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E3: Flagging Games Industry Pins Hopes on Xbox One and PS4

E3: Flagging Games Industry Pins Hopes on Xbox One and PS4

The world's biggest video game expo, E3, opened to the public on Tuesday. A slowing industry is counting on the stars of the show - Microsoft's Xbox One and Sony's PlayStation 4 - to boost demand.

http://archive.marinecorpstimes.com/VideoNetwork/2475082193001/E3-Flagging-Games-Industry-Pins-Hopes-on-Xbox-One-and-PS4 http://archive.marinecorpstimes.com/VideoNetwork/2475082193001/E3-Flagging-Games-Industry-Pins-Hopes-on-Xbox-One-and-PS4 http://cdn.newslook.com/4c/4ce9970255d4fde81ac27c11da626f5f/images/frame_0046.jpg E3: Flagging Games Industry Pins Hopes on Xbox One and PS4 The world's biggest video game expo, E3, opened to the public on Tuesday. A slowing industry is counting on the stars of the show - Microsoft's Xbox One and Sony's PlayStation 4 - to boost demand. 11 Scott RohdeCaliforniarich taylorMICROSOFT CORPORATIONtechnologyDavid DufournewslookUnited States of AmericaMSFTSony Computer Entertainment Of AmericaLos Angeles 01:57
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