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June 16th 2014, 1:10 pm PT

One Last Look at E3 2014

E3 is a lot like a theme park ride – a long buildup of anticipation followed by a non-stop, exhilarating rush excitement. Then, before you know it, it’s all over; though there’s plenty to talk about for months to come.

As we look back on everything E3 2014 one last time, we thought we’d take it a step further, sharing an inside look on how the whole show comes together, from the press conference, fan events, and the experience of being on the show floor with hundreds of unreleased games. Take a look:

Our friends at Xbox Wire (follow them on Twitter!) spent the week of E3 checking out dozens of great games that will be coming to Xbox in 2014 and beyond. Here’s an exhaustive list of stories you’re going to want to catch up on:

Sunset Overdrive Is 8 Times Crazier With Friends

Halo: The Master Chief Collection Puts More Than a Decade of Halo on One Disc

Forza Horizon 2 Takes Racers Off the Beaten Path

Crackdown Returns With Even More Mayhem on Xbox One

Killer Instinct: Season 2 Reveals T.J. Combo, Combines Classic with New

Fable Legends Pits One Villain Against Four Heroes

D4 Brings the Bizarre to Life, David Lynch-Style

Super Ultra Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix Hyper Edition EX Plus Alpha Is Actually a Thing

Ori and the Blind Forest Combines Beauty and Skill

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege Brings Tactical Intensity to Xbox One

Far Cry 4 is Not the Himalayan Vacation You Planned For

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Leaps into Action with Futuristic Combat

Batman: Arkham Knight Puts Fear into Your Enemies

Work as a Team or Suffer a Grisly Death in Evolve

Dead Island 2 Promises the Zombie Apocalypse of Your Dreams

Alien: Isolation Mixes Survival and Scares

Dance Central Spotlight Brings Its Best Moves to Xbox One

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is A Beautiful, Butt-Kicking Ballet of Death

Fight to Survive in Dying Light

Mortal Kombat X is Extra Gross, Extra Fun

Homefront: The Revolution Aims to Take the Power Back

Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved Sprinkles Some Pixie Dust on the Rhythm-Game Genre

Waiting for the Snowdrop in Tom Clancy’s The Division

Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! Shoots for the Moon

Character Rules in Dragon Age: Inquisition

Battlefield Hardline Brings Cops, Robbers, and Collateral Damage

Assassin’s Creed: Unity Places Players Amidst the Bloody Bourgeoisie

We Can Be Heroes in Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes

Hyper Light Drifter: An Homage to the Classics

Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime: A Fun Date With Evil Aliens and Bunnies

Homefront: The Revolution Developer Crytek UK Opens Up About Igniting an Uprising

Metro Redux Beckons Brave Players Back Underground

The Evil Within Brings the Goosebumps

June 16th 2014 at 1:10 pm | E3 | 26 comments

June 13th 2014, 8:35 am PT

Xbox One July Update Preview

Hey folks…we’re here in Los Angeles at E3 2014, and it has been a packed house all week long. We filled the Galen Center on Monday for our annual E3 show and rolled out an incredible line-up of blockbuster exclusives for this holiday and next year. And directly after our show, we held a great panel discussion with Phil, Yusuf and others – for 200 of our biggest Xbox fans. This was the first event of its kind for us… and we loved it. You can also read Phil’s thoughts on the past week at E3 here.

As we pack up our booth, we end E3 just as we started: Our focus is on you. You’ve shaped Xbox into what it is today, and we can’t thank you enough. We look forward to hearing more from you over the coming weeks – now, officially on Xbox Feedback – a dedicated channel for all your thoughts and recommendations. From what we’ve seen this week, your feedback continues to be amazing. As of today, more than 65,000 fans like you have suggested more than 4300 ideas and contributed over 180,000 votes. 

We can’t wait to dig into your ideas and explore what may be possible for the future of Xbox. What better way to keep this momentum going than to share what’s coming in July? Here’s a shortlist of features rolling out in the next few days to folks getting early access to the Xbox One system update.

  • Snap Mode for Achievements. As we showed at our E3 Green Carpet event before the show, we’re offering an easier way to track and view your achievements in the moment. With Achievement Snap, you can track your achievement progress in real time without ever leaving the game. You can also ‘Get Help’ on any Achievements you’re struggling with. Xbox will scan the web for you and deliver relevant tips and strategy content right to your TV.
  • Double-tap to Snap.  Double-tap the Xbox button on your controller to bring up Snap Center, where you can launch Achievements or any other snap-able app, without leaving your game. Already have an app snapped? Double-tap quickly switches between your game and the snapped app.
  • Choice of Spoken Language. Folks in New Zealand, Ireland and Austria, with this update in July, will be able to select voice control using the English or German voice models from other countries. And if you’re an expat in an English-speaking country, you, too, can choose any of the other English language models that fit you.
  • Future Digital Bundles and Compilation Discs. We’re doing some work now so that publishers will have options for great digital bundle and disc compilation offerings in the future. As we test this feature, we’ll be seeing more flexible combinations of game titles and game content.
  • ‘Like’ Game DVR clips. We’re adding the ability to ‘Like’ all your favorite Game DVR clips as well as activity feed items in SmartGlass.

Once again, thank you for your incredible support. You’ve helped us make E3 2014 a memorable one. But we have no intention of letting our foot off the gas. We can’t wait to roll out these new features in July as we pave the way for an amazing line-up of blockbusters and exclusives this holiday.

June 13th 2014 at 8:35 am | E3, System Update, Xbox One | 262 comments

June 12th 2014, 6:29 pm PT

E3 2014 Binaural Audio Experiment

Pop the headphones on and listen to this special Binaural audio visit the the E3 Show Floor

 

Update: I’ve seen a lot of questions about how I captured this audio. Here is the equipment list:

Recorder: Zoom H1
Microphones: In-Ear Binaural Mics

Yup..pretty simple. I  record as WAV and upload to Soundcloud as a WAV. You want to avoid compression as much as possible to ensure maximum Binaural effect.

June 12th 2014 at 6:29 pm | E3, Gaming | 27 comments

June 11th 2014, 9:21 am PT

Play Sunset Overdrive Tonight in LA

Unless you managed to win your way in, E3 is closed to the general public. That’s why Insomniac Games is taking the Sunset Overdrive E3 show floor experience outside of the LA Convention Center for tonight only! Join us at the Century City Microsoft store to be among the first gamers to go hands on with this upcoming Xbox One exclusive’s newly revealed Chaos Squad. Attendees will also have the chance to meet the Insomniacs that make Sunset Overdrive as well as Xbox Live’s Major Nelson.

As with any Xbox event, we’ll be raffling off Xbox One consoles and other fun giveaways in the store, including cans of ice cold Overcharge Delirium XT! (Yes, seriously)

Sunset Overdrive for Xbox One

What: Sunset Overdrive Event at Century City Microsoft Store hosted by Major Nelson

Where: Microsoft retail store at Century City10250 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90067

When: Wednesday, June 11th – 6 to 9pm (this means TONIGHT)

Bonus: Pre-order Sunset Overdrive at the Microsoft Store Century City Event and get a limited edition poster you can get the Insomniac devs to sign! Plus, get a $10 Microsoft Store gift card, 2 exclusive melee weapons and secure your copy of the Day One Edition, which includes a bonus gun, outfit and the Hardcore Hammer.

Oh, and because we know the only thing worse than a town full of violent, Overcharge-powered mutants is LA traffic, we’re setting up a ride on the baddest bus ever to hit Santa Monica Boulevard.

The Sunset Overdrive bus will make a visit to the West Hollywood Gamestop location (7100 Santa Monica Blvd #115, West Hollywood, CA 90046) today from 4-5pm, then roll over to the Century City event (return drop-offs at 730pm and 9pm). It only seats 40 people, so you’ll want to be at Gamestop early enough to grab a spot.

More details on the Facebook event page here. Any questions? Ask away in the comments.

See you tonight!






June 11th 2014 at 9:21 am | E3, Events | 31 comments

June 9th 2014, 2:55 pm PT

Xbox Feedback: Tell Us What You Think

Xbox fans are great at letting us know what they like about Xbox, and what they’d like us to do better.  Whether on MajorNelson.com, NeoGAF, Reddit, Twitter, forums, or in person at events, we are always listening to what our fans have to say. Your passionate feedback has been a key factor in many of our decisions over the course of the last year.

That’s why today we’re rolling out a new fan feedback portal: Xbox Feedback. It’s a place where Xbox fans from around the world can submit their ideas for Xbox – any idea – and have people vote on it. Because everything will happen on one site, we’ll be able to get a better idea of which ideas are truly the most important to Xbox fans. The best part: the ideas, comments, and votes will be tallied up and presented to the Xbox design, engineering, and operations teams on a very regular basis.

Ready to contribute? Head over to Feedback.xbox.com to submit your idea, or vote on others. Be sure to read the FAQ and Posting Guidelines before you get started. With your help, we’ll continue to make Xbox the best place to play.

June 9th 2014 at 2:55 pm | E3, Feedback, Xbox.com | 104 comments

June 9th 2014, 2:20 pm PT

Every Xbox E3 Announcement In One Place

The first day of E3 is always a big one for everyone here at Xbox, as it’s our chance to finally show off some of the great games we’ve got in our development pipeline. This year was no different, as our Xbox: Game On media briefing (watch it again here!) was chock full of great games coming in 2014 and beyond. Naturally, we thought you’d appreciate being able to check out all of our announcement in one place:

Xbox Delivers Winning Lineup of Exclusive Games for this Holiday Season – Want all of the info on everything that was shown this morning? Here’s the place to find it!

Halo: The Master Chief Collection Puts More Than a Decade of Halo on One Disc – Landing just in time to celebrate Halo 2’s 10-year anniversary on November 11 of this year, this fan-pleasing package contains Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, and Halo 4 on a single disc for $59.99. Is this the best deal in gaming?

Crackdown Returns With Even More Mayhem on Xbox One – That’s right, Crackdown is back in a big way! Original creator Dave Jones has returned to bring a brand-new Crackdown experience to Xbox One and it looks like this one will be crazier than ever. Also, orbs!

Forza Horizon 2 Opens Up a Whole New World for Racers – This might not have been a big surprise if you’ve been following the game’s reveal on IGN over the last week, but we’re glad our friends at Turn 10 can finally show this game to the world.

Ori and the Blind Forest – This gorgeous new platformer from Moon Studios tells the tale of Ori, a Forest Guardian that must save his home from a sudden blight. This is one to keep a close eye on.

Top Independent Creators, New ID@Xbox Games Storm E3 – Are you ready for some awesome independent games? We’ve got you covered. Be sure to check out extended montage that shows off all 36 titles mentioned in this article!

Test Your Racing Mettle on Forza Motorsport 5’s Nurburgring – One of the world’s most famous tracks is available right now in Forza Motorsport 5. Not only do you guys this amazing track, you also get five new cars!

We’ll be bringing you more on some of the biggest and best Xbox One games throughout the week of E3, so check Xbox Wire often.

June 9th 2014 at 2:20 pm | E3, Xbox 360, Xbox One | 106 comments

June 9th 2014, 6:24 am PT

Watch Xbox: Game On Live, Then Get Your Questions In

Today is the day – in a few short hours, Xbox: Game On will show you why Xbox is the best place to play in 2014 and beyond. As E3 kicks off from the Galen Center in Los Angeles, we want you watch along with us – and to tell us what you think as it unfolds.

First things first – the Xbox E3 Media Briefing launches with our Green Carpet Pre-Show at 9am Pacific on Xbox.com and Xbox Live. Then stick around for Xbox: Game On at 9:30 AM Pacific (also viewable on Spike TV in the U.S. and Canada).

When the lights come up, the show rolls on. New this year, Xbox will broadcast a fan-centric “post-game show” exclusively on Twitch. The Xbox: E3 Briefing Post Show will feature Xbox leaders and developers answering questions from Twitter and the live studio audience. Submitting questions is easy – just Tweet at one of our panelists and include the #XboxE3 hashtag:

What they talk about is up to you, so be sure to get some great questions in during the briefing!

For everything Xbox at E3, make sure to return to xbox.com/e3 all week long.







June 9th 2014 at 6:24 am | E3 | 160 comments

June 4th 2014, 2:04 pm PT

Major Nelson’s Pre-E3 Event at Century City: Know Before You Go

Last week, we detailed all of the ways that you can join us at E3. Today, we want to follow up with some more details about the Microsoft Store event this coming Sunday where we’ll be raffling off access to the Xbox E3 2014 Media Briefing.

Xbox E3

By utilizing a raffle system, we’ve optimized the event to minimize waiting for fans – there’s no reason to spend your whole weekend camping out. Everyone who arrives by 11am will have an equal chance of gaining entry to Monday’s big event. Additionally, we’ll have a number of ID@Xbox titles for attendees to play at the Microsoft Store, including the innovative Fru and #IDARB’s 8-player madness. Of course, it wouldn’t be a fan event if we didn’t raffle off some other goodies as well. OK, here are all the relevant details:

What: Major Nelson’s Pre-E3 Event at Century City

Where: Microsoft retail store at Century City – 10250 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90067

When: Sunday, June 8th – Raffle starts at 11am, in-Store event from 1 to 3pm.

Xbox E3 Media Briefing ticket raffle details (read carefully!):

The line for the Xbox E3 Media Briefing ticket raffle opens at 11am in the courtyard on the side of LensCrafters near the Microsoft store at Century City mall (there will be signs directing you from the Microsoft Store). Camping is not allowed (or necessary!). Every person who enters the line beginning at 11am will receive one raffle ticket for a chance to win an Xbox E3 Media Briefing pass.

100 winners will be selected via raffle for a pass to the E3 Media Briefing:

  • We will have a raffle drawings every 15 minutes after the line opens at 11am until 12:45pm.
  • First raffle: 11:15am
  • Last raffle: 12:45pm

IMPORTANT NOTE: You must be 18 to attend the press briefing. No exceptions – ID will be checked!

What happens if I do not win an E3 Media Briefing pass, may I still attend the event?

Customers who do not win the E3 briefing passes will be encouraged to come to the store for the event from 1-3pm with Major Nelson. We will have new and unreleased ID@Xbox titles to play, and other fun giveaways in the store for customers to participate in.

More details on the Facebook event page here. Any questions? Ask away in the comments.

We look forward to meeting you on Sunday!






June 4th 2014 at 2:04 pm | E3, Events, ID@Xbox | 33 comments

May 30th 2014, 11:33 am PT

Here’s How to Join Xbox at E3 2014

With E3 less than two weeks away, the Xbox team is hard at work getting ready to show the world what we’ve got in store for the future. We can’t wait to share more with those of you watching from home or the office, but we also realize that some fans might want to do more than just watch. Although many E3 events are closed to the public, we know that a lot of our fans live in the greater Los Angeles area and would love to take part in celebrating all things Xbox. To that end, we’ve put together a number of great events taking place throughout the week of E3, both in LA and online. We hope to see you there!

E3 show view

Microsoft Store Pre-E3 Event (Sunday, June 8 from 1-3pm, line opens at 11am)
Have you always wanted to attend the Xbox E3 Media Briefing? This is your chance! One hundred people who attend this event at the Century City Microsoft Store will be granted access (via raffle) to Monday’s Xbox E3 Media Briefing event and Xbox: E3 Briefing Post Show. While you’re at the Microsoft Store, go hands on with ID@Xbox titles as a sneak peek of what’s on the E3 show floor – before E3 even gets underway. We’ll share more specifics next week.

Pre-Show/Green Carpet (Monday, June 9 at 9am PT)
New this year, we are inviting fans to be part of the excitement at the Galen Center in the final minutes before the show kicks off. Tune in to our live stream on Xbox.com or Xbox Live for an exclusive pre-show featuring sneak previews and interviews with our development partners and celebrity fans as they arrive at the Galen Center and walk the green carpet.

Xbox E3 Media Briefing (Monday, June 9 at 9:30a PT)
Details on this post from earlier in May.

Xbox: E3 Briefing Post Show (Monday, June 9 at 11:15am PT)
Tune over to Twitch.tv/xbox immediately following Xbox: Game On for a live, fan-centric “post-game show.” Xbox leaders and developers seen on the Media Briefing stage will talk more about what was just shown and will answer questions from Twitter and the live studio audience. Guests include Phil Spencer (Head of Xbox), Chris Charla (ID@Xbox), Yusuf Mehdi (Microsoft Devices & Studios), Ted Price (Insomniac Games), and Bonnie Ross (343 Industries). Details on how to submit questions for the Post Show will be revealed soon.

Sunset Overdrive Event at Century City Microsoft Store hosted by Major Nelson (Wednesday, June 11 from 6 – 9pm)
Insomniac Games is taking the Sunset Overdrive E3 show floor experience outside of the LA Convention Center for one night only! Join us at the Century City Microsoft store to be among the first gamers to go hands on with this upcoming Xbox One exclusive. Attendees will also have the chance to meet the Insomniacs that make Sunset Overdrive and Xbox Live’s Major Nelson. Ice cold Overcharge Delirium XT awaits! (Yes, seriously)

ID@Xbox on Twitch (Tuesday through Thursday during E3 show hours)
While the Xbox E3 booth is open, we’ll be broadcasting what you want – straight gameplay. Every day, we’ll focus on two different ID@Xbox titles, with many of the developers stopping by to chat with viewers. We’ll also be taking many other titles over to the Twitch E3 booth throughout the week, so keep an eye on the main Twitch channel as well. The full broadcast schedule will be revealed at the beginning of E3 week.

Xbox.com/E3 is also a great place to catch up on the latest news.




May 30th 2014 at 11:33 am | E3, Events | 72 comments

May 6th 2014, 7:00 am PT

Here’s How to Watch the Xbox E3 2014 Media Briefing

Another May is upon us, which can mean only one thing: E3 is just a few short weeks away. Today we’re confirming that Xbox: Game On, the Xbox E3 2014 Media Briefing, will take place Monday, June 9 beginning at 9:30 AM PDT.

E3 show view

During the briefing, you’ll be treated to everything from in-depth looks at previously announced games to trailers for our unannounced games coming in 2014 and beyond. You can stream Xbox: Game On live beginning on June 9 at 9:00 AM PDT with our pre-show coverage on Xbox.com, Xbox Live, and Windows Phone globally. You can also watch Xbox: Game On on Spike TV in the U.S. and Canada at 9:30 AM PDT.

We’re also planning a number of fan-centric events both before and after Xbox: Game On for those fans that are in LA and for those who are watching around the world. Stay tuned for more details on those activities as we get closer to E3!







May 6th 2014 at 7:00 am | E3, Events | 150 comments

March 10th 2014, 9:08 am PT

Enter the Microsoft Stores Titanfall E3 Sweepstakes and you could join me in LA

To celebrate the Titanfall launch, Microsoft Stores want to send you to the next huge event in the industry: E3.

From today through March 16, all Microsoft retail stores will host an online and in-store contest where fans can enter for a chance to receive a trip to the most exciting event in the gaming industry, the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles June 10-12, where I’ll show you some of the highlights. 

A total of five winners will receive a VIP prize package including round trip airfare for them and a friend to LA, two nights’ hotel stay, a $3,000 Microsoft store gift card, admission to the Xbox press briefing where all the latest Xbox news is announced and new trailers are revealed.

Here’s the fine print: Rules and eligibility. Customers in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico can enter for their chance to win on MicrosoftStore.com, in-person at Microsoft retail store locations, or via mail. More information on the E3 Sweepstakes can be found here, including official rules and eligibility.

Good luck!

March 10th 2014 at 9:08 am | Contests, E3 | 11 comments

June 26th 2013, 6:23 am PT

Conan Visits E3 2013

At E3 I had the chance to spend some time with Conan O’Brien and tell him about Xbox One when he dropped by the show to check out the new consoles and games at the show. Sadly, they cut most of our conversation out and focused on Games which is really what E3 is all about…right?

   

June 26th 2013 at 6:23 am | E3 | 23 comments

June 19th 2013, 11:11 am PT

Xbox @ E3 – LIVE coverage from the show VOD

The live shows we hosted from E3 last week are now available on YouTube – or you can watch them below. We hope you enjoyed them.

 
 

June 19th 2013 at 11:11 am | E3 | 64 comments

June 11th 2013, 11:22 am PT

Watch our Xbox @ E3 Live Show this week

 The hosts of Xbox @ E3 – LIVE coverage from the show

(From L to R  @aceybongos @MorganWebb @MajorNelson Tina Wood @kpereira  @Jessica_Chobot
@blairherter  and @theblairbutler)

We’ve rounded up some familiar faces in the gaming industry to join me for our "Xbox @ E3" Live Coverage that will happen this week. Sign into Xbox LIVE on your console and join us Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week for a live one-hour show each day from the show floor. During each hour we’ll take a closer look at some of the announcements, interviews with developers, game play and more.

Show Day Time Where watch
Xbox @ E3 – LIVE coverage from the show June 11 7p – 8p ET Xbox LIVE (Silver and Gold)
Xbox @ E3 – LIVE coverage from the show June 12 7p – 8p ET Xbox LIVE (Silver and Gold)
Xbox @ E3 – LIVE coverage from the show June 13 7p – 8p ET Xbox LIVE (Silver and Gold)
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June 11th 2013 at 11:22 am | E3, Events, Xbox 360, Xbox Live, Xbox One | 707 comments

June 3rd 2013, 12:01 pm PT

Xbox Meet up in Los Angeles

 

Update: Today we announced “Killer Instinct” is coming to Xbox One.
We will have it to play tonight at this meet up!

Also: The first 300 people there tonight will get a limited edition “Sunset Overdrive” t-shirt

If you are in the Southern California area, we’ve got a special Xbox Community meet up scheduled for Monday, June 10th at the Microsoft Store in Century City. Join me and members of the Xbox team as we show off Xbox One to the public for the first time. Plus we’ll also have hands-on time with the new Xbox One controller.

I may have one or two other surprises there as well ;)

Here are the details:

Where: The Microsoft Store, Westfield Century City in Los Angeles (Directions)
When: Monday, June 10th from 7:30pm – 9:00pm
Why: Come meet members of the Xbox team and see the Xbox One with your own eyes, plus take the Xbox One controller for a spin and see (and feel) for yourself the improvements we’ve made to one of the best controllers in gaming.

The event is free and open to the public but we expect a crowd, so I recommend getting there there early.

June 3rd 2013 at 12:01 pm | E3, Events, Xbox One | 194 comments

May 31st 2013, 2:11 pm PT

How to watch the Xbox E3 2013 Media Briefing

E3 is almost here, so I wanted to let you know how you can watch the Xbox E3 2013 Media Briefing show
“Xbox: A new Generation of Games Revealed.”

Watch the main event live at 12:30p ET/9:30a PT/16:30 GMT via the live global stream that will be available on Xbox LIVE and Xbox.com. If you are in the US or Canada, you can also watch the broadcast on Spike TV. 
The show will be 90-minutes and be presented without commercial interruptions.

The full show will be available later in the day for viewing via video on demand on Xbox.com and Xbox LIVE.

PLUS That Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday I’ll be hosting a live one-hour show from the show each day. During each hour we’ll take a closer look at some of the announcements, interviews with developers, gameplay and more.

Show Day Time Where watch

Xbox: A new Generation of Games Revealed

June 10 12:30p – 2p ET Xbox LIVE Xbox.com &
Spike TV (US/Canada)
Xbox @ E3 – LIVE coverage from the show June 11 7p – 8p ET Xbox LIVE (Silver and Gold)
Xbox @ E3 – LIVE coverage from the show June 12 7p – 8p ET Xbox LIVE (Silver and Gold)
Xbox @ E3 – LIVE coverage from the show June 13 7p – 8p ET Xbox LIVE (Silver and Gold)
  Click for local time  

Update: Here is a trailer showing some of the hosts I’ll be working with for the Xbox @ E3 shows

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May 31st 2013 at 2:11 pm | E3, Events, Xbox 360, Xbox Live, Xbox One | 637 comments

May 28th 2013, 9:16 am PT

Win a pass to see the Xbox E3 2013 Media Briefing

If you are in the LA area and you want to attend the Xbox E3 2013 Media Briefing on Monday, June 10th at The Galen Center on the campus of USC this is your chance. I’ve got 250 tickets to giveaway so you can watch the show and see for yourself the games we have planned for the Xbox One and Xbox 360.  

Hit this link if you are in the LA area and want to enter to win.

Who: You
What: The Xbox E3 2013 Media briefing
Why: Be the first to see our line up of Xbox One and Xbox 360 Games
Where: The Galen Center on the campus of USC (directions)
When: Monday, June 10th,  2013. Briefing begins at 9:30am, but you’ll need to check in by 8:30am.
How: Enter using this form I have set up on my SkyDrive.

Deadline to enter is Monday June 3rd at 12n PT. If you are chosen, an email will be sent to you after this time with information on how to obtain your pass. Due to the way the registration works you’ll only win one pass.

Some details:
Winners will be chosen randomly and notified via email.
If you are randomly chosen, you’ll win a single pass to they event. You must be able to be in Los Angeles on the morning of June 10th by 8:30am. Winners will not receive tickets to E3 show floor or any other related events. Winner must be over 18 due to the M rated content that will be shown at the briefing.

Update: The contest is now over. Check your email, winners have been notified!

May 28th 2013 at 9:16 am | E3, Events, Xbox 360, Xbox One | 389 comments

January 2nd 2013, 8:51 am PT

Countdown to E3 2013

And it’s on…

http://www.e3expo.com/

January 2nd 2013 at 8:51 am | E3, Events | 369 comments

May 30th 2012, 9:51 am PT

Where to Watch the Xbox E3 2012 Media Briefing

On Monday, June 4th at 12:30p ET/9:30a PT we’ll kick off E3 2012 with the Xbox 360 Media Briefing. For the first time ever you’ll be able to watch the briefing streamed directly to your Xbox 360 over Xbox LIVE. In addition, Spike TV will also be airing the briefing live. If you are hanging out on Facebook, you’ll be able to watch the stream over there as well. Won’t be near your PC? Then point your mobile browser to Xbox.mobi where they’ll have a mobile version of the stream hosted.

If you are near your computer, you’ll also want to hit up Xbox.com/e3 where you can watch the stream as well as participate in an interactive chat with other viewers that I’ll be hosting along with Julie Alexandria.

Regardless of how you watch it, it will be presented live and commercial free. Plus if you miss it…you’ll be able drop by Xbox.com/e3 after the briefing to watch a replay.

Following the briefing, watch the Xbox 360 dashboard for video coverage directly from the show floor.

Update: The streams will be available in all regions.

An Xbox LIVE Gold membership will be required to watch the stream on the console. Anyone can watch it via Xbox.com/e3

I’ll also be posting from the show floor to Twitter and Google Plus:

Twitter:

Google Plus:

May 30th 2012 at 9:51 am | E3, Events, Xbox 360, Xbox Live | 71 comments

May 3rd 2012, 9:00 am PT

Spike TV to present “Xbox: Entertainment Evolved” From E3 2012

Today Spike TV announced that they’ll be carrying our 90-minute E3 Briefing ‘Xbox: Entertainment Evolved’ LIVE from LA next month. Tune in to Spike TV on Monday, June 4th at 12:30p ET/ 9:30a PT to catch all the news .

In addition, for the first time ever you’ll be able to watch the event on Xbox LIVE.

Promo video below:

SPIKE  
E3 All Access Live Preview
www.spike.com
Spike Full Episodes Spike Video Clips Spike on Facebook

May 3rd 2012 at 9:00 am | E3, Events, Xbox 360, Xbox Live | 50 comments

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