Overview

Microsoft didn't have any new hardware at E3 2014, but there were plenty of Xbox One games to play.

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Hey, look at me!

Warm-ups in front of the Kinect in Microsoft's living room-like set.

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Don't wreck

Indie gaming at Microsoft's booth.

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All of the people

Finding your way on the show floor takes patience or an entertaining phone app.

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Drive faster

Steering in an impressive Forza Motorsport 5 racing simulator.

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Halo

Halo and its upcoming remastered collection for Xbox One became one of Microsoft's biggest E3 show stories.

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Nice ride

The McLaren P1, in real life.

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So that's what it looks like

The Xbox One under glass, for those who haven't seen one.

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Xbox green

In Microsoft's world, there's a whole lot of green.

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