Tashaun Brown writes: "YOU HAD ONE JOB MICROSOFT! Show us the games. We as a gaming collective didn’t want to see or hear anything that wasn’t dealing with a game we will end up playing in the near future. Apparently the message was well received, because Microsoft spent 90 minutes showing a plethora of titles. Some were expected, some were unexpected. Some were well received, some weren’t. None of this is really the point. The biggest takeaway from this conference was that Microsoft is no longer content with their usual approach. They are no longer going to watch Sony amass a diverse library of titles without doing everything they can to keep up. They are no longer going to put the “battle for the living room” first. They finally got it through their thick skulls that the games come first, and everything else comes second. Everybody clap for competition! It’s a beautiful thing."