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Submitted by Pozzle 75d ago | opinion piece

Pre-E3 2014 - Sony & Microsoft

Shaun and Johnny begin their 2-part look at what they hope and expect to see from Sony and Microsoft at E3 this year. (E3, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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BattleN  +   75d ago
Off Topic: I'm scared I shared something with a chick on Facebook but were not friend's will her entire FB friends see what I sent? I'm thinking that she must confirm if she wants to share the post right? I hope someone can help lol
steve30x  +   75d ago
We will see some pre rendered videos of upcoming games which doesnt have any gameplay in them and the games will look different than the pre rendered games. Then we will see games played live (Maybe) but when the actual games get released they wont look the same as what is showed. Also we will get a big fanfare and long speeches as usual instead of giving us all of the news

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