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Forza Motorsport 5 is planning to innovate the way you play racing games, and games overall.

Using the power of Xbox One and cloud processing, a player can implement their driving style into the game. Opponents and enemies follow your driving style. They replicate the player's habits involving speed and handling. This means the "end of artificial intelligence," according to Forza's creators.

Greater graphics and McLaren cars were also boasted at the Microsoft conference. Those nice cars are going to look even nicer on the advanced hardware.

Forza Motorsport 5 is exclusive to Xbox One. It is a launch title for the console.

UPDATE: The trailer is live! View it after the jump.

Crimson Dragon, initially revealed as a Kinect-enabled Xbox 360 exclusive from the creators of the Panzer Dragoon series a few years back, has resurfaced at long last after a veritable dead zone of information. It's still going to be Xbox-exclusive... but on a new system. Crimson Dragon will be soaring on the Xbox One.

It was initially announced as a rail shooter, and we have yet to hear if this original plan has been deviated from. A trailer was shown, and we plan to upload the footage as it comes out.

Stay tuned for further updates, especially if you're interested in games where you can launch fireball assaults from the back of a dragon (i.e. everyone).

UPDATE: The trailer is live! View it after the jump.

In a move that shocked probably nobody, Minecraft is making its way to Microsoft's newest console. It seems mostly the same as all the other versions, but just look at those next-generation graphics!

In all seriousness, though, it's nice to know that you won't have to leave Minecraft behind if you upgrade from your 360. I think it's pretty commonly held that the PC version is superior, however, and it's not like you need a high-end PC to run it. Still, it's nice.

UPDATE: The trailer for the game is here, courtesy of GameTrailers! Take a look at it after the jump!

The classic fighter series from Banjo-Kazooie developer Rare, Killer Instinct, is making a dramatic return as an exclusive title for the Xbox One. A snippet of footage was shown during Microsoft's E3 press conference utilizing the graphical capabilities of the new system, but no more concrete details have yet been shared.

Get ready to return to the arena of Ultimate Combos and crazy characters for this first time since 1995 sometime in the coming season.

We'll be sure to update with further information as the day goes on.

UPDATE: The trailer is now live! View it after the jump.

Combining art, science, magic, and Kinect, Swery65 has just announced D4 for the Xbox One. The short trailer and more information should be available soon. Swery65 is the name of Hidetaka Suehiro, creator of a few games such as Deadly Premonition.

UPDATE: The trailer is live! View it after the jump.

Today during Microsoft's E3 Press Conference, new footage for Dark Souls II was released, and it looks absolutely gorgeous. Huge bosses, great designs... This is shaping up to be great. The game will be released March 2014.

Stay tuned for more as it comes.

UPDATE: The trailer is now live! Check it out after the jump.

Ryse: Son of Rome was shown at Microsoft's E3 Press Conference. The game, coming from Crysis publisher Crytek. The gameplay trailer showcases fast-paced third-person combat, brutal, quick-time-driven finishing moves, as well as formation fighting amidst a Roman legion.

The game is coming exclusively to the Xbox One at Launch.

UPDATE: The trailer is live! View it after the jump.

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood has been announced for the Xbox 360. The game is a Tim Burton-styled 2.5D side scrolling platformer from developer Press Play. As shown in the trailer, the protagonist is a boy named Max. He wishes for his younger sibling to no longer exist, which causes his brother to be pulled into another world. In an effort to save him, Max follows.

The game is set to launch exclusively on Xbox 360 later this year.

UPDATE: The trailer is now live! Check it out after the jump.

For the first time ever, World of Tanks is coming to a home gaming console. And that console is Xbox 360. This version is being built specifically for Xbox 360, and will be an action packed tank-fest! The game will feature team-based 15-on-15 battles.

The game's control scheme has been re-worked for Xbox 360's controller, and you can download the game for free this summer! World of Tanks's console release will be exclusive to Xbox 360!

At the Microsoft press briefing today, a brand-new title out of Insomniac Games was announced for Xbox One. This title, called Sunset Overdrive, is an open-world shooter game that is hyper stylized and marks another instance of Insomniac Games coming to a Microsoft console.

Game play shown at the event showed the player controlling a character who actively used parkour and fought against zombie-like creatures. The weapons were interesting, like a gun that shoots vinyl records. The trailer can be viewed inside!

UPDATE: The trailer is now live! Check it out after the jump.

Microsoft announced a new Xbox One title at its E3 briefing today, entitled Below. We saw a trailer with some neat top-down gameplay that looked pretty sweet.

The game is being developed by Capybara Games, an indie developer that produced Superbrothers.

Are you looking forward to the title?

UPDATE: The trailer shown is now available! Check it out after the jump.

Microsoft talked more about their new exclusive Xbox One game Quantum Break today at their E3 briefing. Although they did not share any gameplay footage, they did show a cutscene from the game and gave us plenty of new details!

The game is being produced by Remedy Entertainment, the team behind Alan Wake and Max Payne. The game is an action game that will be linked to a television show; by watching the show, it impacts the way that you play the game and creates your own personalized version of the show. The cutscene showed us that the main character is Jack Joyce, who is living in a world where time has seemingly broken down.

Are you looking forward to Quantum Break?

Project Cars is a beautiful racing game coming to PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U in the second Quarter of 2014. The team also has plans for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One releases once they can get the necessary extra funding. The game is in development by Slightly Mad Studios, and the game's producer, Ian Bell, has expressed an intriguing idea for the game's Wii U version. As he mentions in an interview regarding Project Cars, Bell hopes that Slightly Mad Studios' racer can become "the Forza" equivalent for Wii U owners:

"On the Wii U, there's an opportunity there for us to 'be the Forza' on that platform. The Wii U is a great machine and the gamepad holds lots of possibilities so it's really exciting to bring a title like Project CARS to that platform and let Nintendo fans finally get their hands on a realistic car game." -- Ian Bell

Would Project Cars be enough to satisfy your racer cravings?

Following a short and ambiguous teaser video, it was revealed that Square Enix was developing Deus Ex: The Fall as an iOS application, a strange choice given the full-scale PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC releases of Deus Ex: Human Revolution in 2011 and the upcoming release of Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut for Wii U. Deus Ex: The Fall, in development by Eidos Montreal and being published by Square Enix, has just gotten its first game play trailer.

Even though The Fall is releasing on a completely different platform than its predecessor, it looks like it will still retain a similar structure to that of Deus: Ex Human Revolution, with first person exploration and shooting, switching to an over-the-shoulder perspective while in cover, and allowing players to take a stealthy approach to combat.

Check out the new game play trailer for Deus Ex: The Fall after the jump!