No TV Talk From Microsoft At E3
Let’s face it, I can defend the Xbox One reveal until I’m all sorts of colours in the face, but even I can’t deny the fact that there was a tad too much talk about TV and what features would accompany during the event. Despite the fact that fifteen, that’s right, fifteen exclusives were confirmed, as well as 8 brand new IP’s, this rather important news was drowned out by the media chatter, leading many to believe Microsoft had taken their focus elsewhere. That’s not the case, and E3 is the place Microsoft will prove it.
According to Microsoft spokesman Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb, all the talk about Xbox One and it’s TV capabilities was done at the reveal, leaving the company with a good hour and a half to focus on what’s really important to the gamers out there. Replying to fans, and trolls, on Twitter, Nelson had this to say.
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“I can confirm that we will have TV’s (or similar) on stage to show the games. That should be the extent of TV talk in your #E3”
If that wasn’t enough, Geoff Keighley also took to Twitter to express his excitement for both Sony and Microsoft keynotes, saying that this could very well be the most entertaining E3 in years.
“10 days until E3. Based on what I’m hearing both the Xbox and PS4 press confs will be the strongest in years. Lots of games and surprises.”
It’s only 10 days to go folks, what are you most excited to see?