Microsoft didn't have any new hardware at E3 2014, but there were plenty of Xbox One games to play.
12 June 2013 3:07 am BSTUpdated: 12 June 2013 5:18 pm BST
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Warm-ups in front of the Kinect in Microsoft's living room-like set.
Indie gaming at Microsoft's booth.
Finding your way on the show floor takes patience or an entertaining phone app.
Steering in an impressive Forza Motorsport 5 racing simulator.
Halo and its upcoming remastered collection for Xbox One became one of Microsoft's biggest E3 show stories.
The McLaren P1, in real life.
The Xbox One under glass, for those who haven't seen one.
In Microsoft's world, there's a whole lot of green.
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