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The stage

The Microsoft E3 press conference introduced two new consoles, a new Gears of War and much more. Click through to see what was on offer on the show floor.

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Piracy

Pirates, you say? They must be there to spruik the new buccaneering MMO made by Rare, the company behind classic titles like Banjo-Kazooie and Perfect Dark.

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Sea of Thieves

Sea of Theives also got a gameplay premiere at the Microsoft press conference.

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Forza

Forza Horizon 3 had a typically subtle centerpiece. Just kidding. But the latest instalment in the racing franchise is introducing PC and Xbox cross-platform cooperative play to various Australian tracks. Speaking as an Australian, it looks pretty realistic.

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We Happy Few

Players could try out the creepy stealth shooter (with a healthy dollop of BioShock) at E3 this year. We hope it made them happy.

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Cuphead

The notoriously difficult platformer Cuphead was ready to infuriate fans with a new boss fight.

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ReCore

ReCore on the big screen. The upcoming action-adventure game for the Xbox One and PC was first revealed at last year's E3 and got a swanky new trailer this time around.

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The most wonderful time of year

After it was announced at the press conference on Sunday, Dead Rising 4 was playable at the Xbox booth. Get ready for Yuletide zombie mayhem.

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Take control

Microsoft announced a new controller to go along with its slimmed down Xbox One S console.

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Pinned down

The new controller isn't quite that small, but it does feature textured grips and improved wireless range.

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Queue Queue

It was a bit of a wait to get hands-on with demos on the show floor.

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Good Dog

There was a statue of the robotic dog from ReCore, the upcoming Xbox and PC exlcusive from the makers of Metroid Prime.

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Pipes

It just wouldn't be a show floor without some public Rock Band performances.

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