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TechHive at E3: Day One is over, but the show is just starting

Our summary of the first day of E3 2013 finds us exhausted, ears ringing, and frustrated at Nintendo. But we saw a lot of games!

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Keep your eye on these three great PlayStation 4 indie games

Some of the most exciting games of E3 are hiding in the independent section of Sony's giant booth.

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Microsoft Booth Tour - E3 2013

Microsoft Booth Tour - E3 2013

Drifting down memory lane with Mario Kart 8

Mario Kart 8 for Wii U adds a brand new mechanic to a traditional series, in a move that surprises no one.

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How Sony won E3's kickoff

Sony didn’t just raise the bar: they threw it right back at Microsoft.

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Latest AMD processor runs at 5GHz

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Targeting gaming and multimedia enthusiasts, AMD announced a 5GHz processor at E3 in Los Angeles.

No surprises from Nintendo at E3 2013

Nintendo's software lineup has a lot of big names, but you can't help but feel that you've seen it all before.

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PlayStation 4 vs. Xbox One: What you'll really spend

The prices for the next generation of gaming have been revealed. But what will it really cost to get the most out of your new console?

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Sony PlayStation 4 priced at $399, coming later this year

Sony's PlayStation 4 game console will go on sale later this year the company announced at E3 in Los Angeles.

Microsoft's Xbox One lets gamers record, create their own games

Microsoft detailed its next generation console at E3 in Los Angeles, which includes tighter Smart Glass integration and new ways to record and create games.

12 PC gaming gems hidden among the consoles at E3

The PC has its place at E3, right next to Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The future, it seems, lies in cross-platform titles.

Microsoft Press Conference - E3 2013

Microsoft Press Conference - E3 2013

Ubisoft delivers a meaty game lineup at E3

The games on display at Ubisoft’s 2013 E3 press event Monday looked great, including Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Rayman Legends, The Crew, Watch_Dogs and more.

EA sticking to the franchises it's famous for

There may not have been anything new under the sun for Electronic Arts at E3 Monday, but the company's press conference was packed full of hot games such as Battlefield 4, Need for Speed Rivals, and Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare.

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