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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?

Microsoft has unveiled the price point for the Xbox One, and when they plan to release the console.

To get the brand new console in your living room, you will need to shell out 499 US dollars. If you live in the UK, the price is 429 pounds. Europeans get the console for 499 euros. The Xbox One is set for a release in November 2013. You can preorder the console right now.

Will you be picking up the Xbox One at launch? Waiting for a price cut? Sound off in the comments.

Today's Microsoft E3 Press Event revealed that the Xbox One is able to stream live gameplay to Twitch. This way, you can share what you play with everyone that wants to see. You can activate this with a simple voice command, and the stream will start. This is just like PlayStation 4's ability to share gameplay via the "share" button on its new DualShock 4 controller. Certainly an interesting addition, if this is something you've been wanting.

If you would buy an Xbox One, would you use this feature?  

Microsoft announced that the old Xbox Live currency system, which involved purchasing points that can be spent in the service, is being replaced. Instead, transactions will involve real local currency, rather than virtual currency.

SmartGlass will continue Xbox integration into the next generation with new features and technology.

With the new SmartGlass technology, you will be able to look at achievements, tips, check on your friends' gaming experience, and even join in on games like Ryse and the newly announced Killer Instinct on your Xbox One.

All these features are also compatible with not just the SmartGlass, but with other Microsoft tablets also!

The Xbox 360 will now have a new feature for Gold members.

Members will now be receiving 2 free games a month, of their choosing! The promotion includes games such as Assassin's Creed 2 and Halo 3. This feature is similar to one offered by PlayStation, PS+, where paying members are given free games.

These games offered by Microsoft will be yours to keep. New titles should be announced as we begin to learn more about the new program.

What do you think of this promotion? Sound off in the comments.

At their E3 briefing today, Microsoft shared details about a newly redesigned Xbox 360. The new model looks a lot like the Xbox One, possibly trying to make the Xbox brand look more uniform.

The new model is small, sleek, and quiet, according to Microsoft. Want to know when you can get yours? Well, it's available today!

Are you going to be picking up a remodeled 360?

The Electronic Entertainment Expo begins tomorrow! Well, technically it doesn't start until Tuesday, but four big companies are holding press conferences tomorrow to unveil their plans for the next year. Microsoft, Electronic Arts, Sony, and Ubisoft will square off one after another. Of course, the coverage doesn't stop after those four! On Tuesday, Nintendo is airing a Nintendo Direct to coincide with the Expo! After the hour-long pseudo-conference, the Big N is releasing a series of interviews and videos throughout the day.

The show floor also opens on Tuesday, and our very own Managing Editor Colin McIsaac will be present. Mr. McIsaac will be playing demos and writing down his impressions in exclusive previews. You can see his E3 plans in more detail right here.

Of course more news will be flooding our data banks throughout the entire week, but those are the main events. Now, what time can you watch them? Where can you view the news unfold live? The E3 schedule is after the jump.

Plants Vs. Zombies is a nice and colorful little tower defense game available on a plethora of different online stores as well as a few other venues. But apparently the franchise is going to be getting a shooter title, with a name similar to that of Modern Warfare none the less. Promotional material for Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare has been showing up at the Los Angeles convention center which will be holding E3 2013.

Kotaku had a source claim to them that a mystery project from PopCap, the developer of Plants Vs. Zombies, was going to be a "cartoony, mechanically-novel and possibly multiplayer-oriented 3D action game for consoles," and since then has been informed that EA's Black Box Studios was working on a Plants Vs. Zombies console title "in the vein of Team Fortress 2."

Adding further evidence to this story is that, as pictured to the left, PopCap has been posting parody images of various shooters with Plants Vs. Zombies makeovers onto their Facebook page.

Add it all up and you get "Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, a comical shooter similar to Valve's Team Fortress 2." Now, who besides me is excited at that prospect?

Head past the jump to see an image of the promotional materials for Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare posted by!

Microsoft announced last week that game publishers would have the option to block games from being bought and installed secondhand onto consumers' Xbox Ones, and the announcement has apparently left a number of publishers uncertain as to how they should respond. GameSpot reached out to many companies to ask what each publisher planned to do regarding used games on Xbox One; few publishers have yet given anything resembling a conclusive answer, and those who have mainly share Bethesda's sentiments: "We haven't had time to fully understand and evaluate their policy." Several, such as EA and Activision, have yet to even respond.

Personally, I think it's unlikely that most publishers will block used games as word-of-mouth advertising is, especially for the companies not as large in the U.S. as EA or Activision, an important part of spreading the word, in turn bringing higher sales for a sequel. And that word-of-mouth advertising often comes long after a game is released, in other words while it is selling used rather than new. But what do you think? Will any publishers end up blocking used games?

Just days ago, Lionhead Studios announced Fable Anniversary, an HD remastering of Fable: The Lost Chapters, which was in-and-of-itself a rechristening of the first entry in the Fable franchise. However, unlike Fable: The Lost Chapters, Fable Anniversary is not currently having a PC version developed to coincide with its release on Microsoft's current game console, in this case Xbox 360. While this announcement does not rule out the possibility for a future PC release, if it does happen, it likely won't be released simultaneously with the Xbox 360 version.

"We have also heard lots of players asking about a PC version and all we can say is right now is that we’re only developing this for Xbox 360. We’re not ruling out a PC version, however nothing is in development at this time." --