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E3 2014

E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, highlights the latest in interactive games.

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Nintendo at E3 2014: Fighting from behind

The 3DS might be successful, but the Wii U certainly isn't. What will it take for Nintendo to find some extra life?

By June 4, 2014

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Nintendo bails on E3 press conference yet again

Opting for a change of pace in the way the company delivers news to its fans, followers and partners, Nintendo will not hold a traditional E3 press conference for the second year in a row.

By April 29, 2014

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Nintendo: Don't expect a big event at E3 this year

The company says that it will "not host a large-scale presentation," but has confirmed that it'll hold smaller events to showcase its products.

By April 25, 2013

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E3 2014: Heavy on games and toys, light on hardware

Check out the highlights and big trends at this year's video game industry confab, from Halo to Amiibo to the Destiny demo.

By June 13, 2014

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6 things we learned at E3 2013

E3 2013 was, if nothing else, a thorough learning experience. Here are six things we didn't know before but are now privy to.

By June 13, 2013

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E3 2013: Predictions and prognostications

CNET editors offer various and sundry opinions on what to expect at this year's E3 gaming show.

By June 7, 2013

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Sony still has a lot to prove at E3 2013

Despite Microsoft's messaging missteps of late, E3 won't be an easy win for Sony. Here's what it needs to communicate next week.

By June 7, 2013

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Wii Fit U announced at Nintendo's E3 keynote

Nintendo's E3 keynote was home to the announcement of another popular Wii title, Wii Fit U.

By June 5, 2012

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Halo 4, SmartGlass lead underwhelming Xbox E3 event

At Microsoft's annual media briefing, the audience was less than impressed by a ho-hum set of announcements. The company unveiled no new hardware, and only a few new games.

By June 4, 2012

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Nintendo puts Wii U front and center at E3 (live blog)

At E3 event, Nintendo shines the spotlight on its Wii U device. It will support two separate tablet game pads and "asymmetric gameplay," two players playing the same game, but in different ways.

By June 5, 2012