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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare gameplay demoed at E3

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare gameplay demoed at E3

This year's E3 began with the Xbox One showing of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare in an impressive display of machine-heavy action and futuristic fighting. This Call of Duty demonstration suggested that we'd no longer be just a soldier on the ground with machine guns and grenades. Instead, it's time to get used to working with an Iron Man array of oddities.

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Zombie game H1Z1 gameplay trailer pushed pre-E3

Zombie game H1Z1 gameplay trailer pushed pre-E3

The biggest week in gaming has begun with a new trailer of the MMO H1Z1, ready to freak you out with zombies and oddities galore. This game is set to be a massive online multiplayer game where you’re not only aiming to fire upon other players, but zombie forms as well. Here you’ll find the first glimpse of good and evil.

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Here’s how to tune in to E3 2014 Live video feeds

Here’s how to tune in to E3 2014 Live video feeds

This week the folks at E3 2014 running events are ready and willing to bring you their presentations straight to you at home. You’ll be able to watch presentations on your Xbox One or PlayStation 4, you’ll be able to engage with Twitch, and you’ll be able to roll with the punches here on SlashGear as well! This is one E3 that you’ll not want to miss - but better yet, one you won’t have to miss either!

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E3 2014: Five games we’re anticipating most

E3 2014: Five games we’re anticipating most

There will be ups and there will be downs to this year’s E3, with games that look fantastic and release dates that will make you cry. Most of the AAA titles we’ll see appearing at E3 2014 will be set to release in the year 2015, while - by the looks of it - the whole lot will be well worth the wait. This show begins next week, while we’ll certainly see more action this whole weekend as well.

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The Xbox One is NOT getting an (instant fix) graphics upgrade

The Xbox One is NOT getting an (instant fix) graphics upgrade

Despite what you may have heard from some odd forums and other major publications, the Xbox One is not getting a graphics upgrade with the dawn of the Kinect-free model. In other words - you will not get a sharper image if you disconnect your Kinect now, nor will you see more frames per second. This update will bring a tiny bit more GPU power to developers - they are the ones that will have to take advantage of it.

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Kinect for Windows v2 hits preorder as Microsoft crows potential

Kinect for Windows v2 hits preorder as Microsoft crows potential

Microsoft may be offering the Xbox One without Kinect for motion-uninterested gamers, but it's also counting on plenty of Windows users and developers being interested in the Kinect for Windows v2 sensor. Up for preorder today, the new sensor bar - effectively the same hardware as for the Xbox One, but designed to work with the updated Windows SDK - is expected to ship in limited numbers from July.

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Rabbids Kinect interactive TV show summoned by Ubisoft

Rabbids Kinect interactive TV show summoned by Ubisoft

Rabbids Invasion is the name of the game, and the name of the genre is Interactive TV Show. What you’ll be doing in Rabbids Invasion is taking part in 20 episodes of a TV show, becoming "both an actor and a spectator." This will be the first in a series of interactive TV show releases from Ubisoft should the first prove to be a success.

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