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Metal Gear Solid 5

Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain features Kiefer Sutherland as the voice of Snake. The trailer opened with a scene on horseback reminiscent of Red Dead Redemption and detailed gameplay elements such as "deeper stealth action" and "tactical espionage."

Find more in-depth coverage of Metal Gear Solid 5 on Gamespot.

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Ryse: Son of Rome

Crytek's Ryse: Son of Rome is a first-person sword-and-sandal epic set in ancient Rome.

Find more in-depth coverage of Ryse: Son of Rome on Gamespot.

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Killer Instinct

Fighting game Killer Instinct was originally released by Rare in 1994. Microsoft executive Phil Spencer announced today that an updated version will be coming exclusively to the Xbox One.

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Killer Instinct

Killer Instinct has been confirmed as an Xbox One exclusive.

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Dead Rising 3

"It's close to midnight. Something evil's lurkin' in the dark." Dead Rising 3 was announced as an exclusive title for the Xbox and will make use of Microsoft's SmartGlass technology when it comes out later this year. Check out our sister site Gamespot for more details on the zombie game.

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Dead Rising 3

Dead Rising 3, an Xbox One exclusive, stars a "Sons of Anarchy"-type protagonist named Nick and features open-world gameplay and "no load times." The game has destructible environments and "hundreds" of improvised weapons.

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Forza Motorsport 5

Featuring a new AI dubbed "Drivatar," the game is being developed by longtime series heads Turn 10 and will be released at the launch of the next-generation Xbox One.

Find more in-depth coverage of Forza Motorsport 5 on Gamespot.

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Minecraft

Xbox executive Phil Harrison revealed that the popular creation game will launch on the next-generation platform as Minecraft: Xbox One Edition. No release date or price for the game was provided.

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Project Spark

Project Spark is a first-person world-building game that incorporates fantasy and sci-fi elements and is cross-compatible with Windows 8. It is part open sandbox and part game-design tool with real-time terrain morphing.

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Project Spark

In Microsoft's demo, a character built a cliff bridge in real time to attack a swarming army.

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Crimson Dragon

From the makers of Panzer Dragoon comes Crimson Dragon, a dragon-based flight sim featuring dragon-on-dragon combat with an arsenal of fireballs at your disposal and boss battles galore.

Find more in-depth coverage of Crimson Dragon on Gamespot.

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Witcher 3

Witcher 3 is a sequel to the popular franchise and an Xbox One exclusive.

Find more in-depth coverage of Witcher 3 on Gamespot.

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Battlefield 4

Battlefield 4 features a brand-new single-player campaign.

Find more in-depth coverage of Battlefield 4 on Gamespot.

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Halo: Xbox One

A new (as-yet untitled) Halo game will be exclusive to the Xbox One and is slated for 2014.

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Titanfall

The final Xbox One game announced was a hybrid FPS named Titanfall, which also features mech-based combat. The Microsoft press conference featured an extended demo of frenetic, gun-based gameplay, and it appeared that switching between being on foot and the mech was seamless.

Find more in-depth coverage of Titanfall on Gamespot.

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Titanfall

The game comes from ex-members of the team behind the Call of Duty franchise, and it will be available later in spring 2014 for the Xbox One as well as the Xbox 360 and PC.

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