Don't-Miss E3 Stories
Dell had high hopes for the Alienware Steam Machine after its delayed released last year, but it wasn't as popular as its twin Alienware Alpha, a Windows-based PC gaming console.
Microsoft brought big tech to E3, with a new Xbox One S console, "Play Anywhere" functionality between Windows 10 and Xbox, and games galore.
With Xbox Play Anywhere, games you buy for Xbox One are available on Windows 10, and vice versa.
Quake is back, baby.
Battlefield 1's wild World War I action is absolutely stunning. We go hands-on.
Prepare for Titanfall once again, but now with 100 percent more grappling hooks. We go hands-on with Titanfall 2.
From Battlefield 1 to Titanfall 2, EA's E3 games showcase focused on heavy hitters rather than new surprises.
Razer's new HDK2 looks like a direct competitor to the Oculus Rift—at least on paper.
After wonderfully successful Doom and Wolfenstein reboots, Bethesda's bringing back the legendary Quake—and that was just the opener for its blockbuster E3 event.
EA kicked off E3 with its first annual EA Play event, and it brought big guns like Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1 along for the action.
Microsoft has the technology. They can make the Xbox One smaller.
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