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  1. The E3 Show Floor Is Open! Get All Your Live Coverage Here

    Just watch it all at once and let pure gaming invade your brain.

    The E3 show floor will be open for attendees to play games and bring us even more news today, and you can watch all day on Twitch or on Spike All Access Live. Individual companies will also be running their own dedicated streams, so we've got Microsoft's, Sony's, and Nintendo's streams for you here, as well.

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  2. Here’s What You Missed From Sony’s E3 Press Conference

    Mostly lots of dudes, shooting, and explosions.

    Sony and Microsoft went all out on showing games this year, so if you missed Sony's show last night, I'll help you catch up on what you might not have seen. Sony's show clocked in at just under two hours, so I'll give you the abridged version of the boring parts to keep things moving.

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  3. Watch Sony’s E3 2014 Press Conference Live at 9PM ET

    Can we get more passive-aggressive digs at Microsoft this year?

    What will we see from Sony tonight? Microsoft focused entirely on games, but Sony's big elephant in the room is their VR headset that we all got a look at earlier this year. How will they split the time between hardware and software, and how much emphasis will be put on Project Morpheus? We'll find out at 9PM ET.

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  4. You Can See Sony’s E3 2014 Press Conference Live in Movie Theaters for Free, Tickets Available Now

    So when can we expect Microsoft to announce they'll be doing it, too?

    While Nintendo is dropping out of the press conference running for the second year in a row, Sony is investing deeply in theirs. When the presentation happens on June 9th, viewers in theaters across North America will be able to experience the show in theaters just like they're on the floor at E3—for free.

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  5. PlayStation 4 Is on Track to Make More Money Than the PS2, Time to Repurpose Your “It Prints Money” Wii GIFs

    Last console generation is starting to just feel like a weird dream—involving lots of waggle.

    You'll remember the PlayStation 2 as the best selling video game console of all time. For that very reason, claiming that the PS4 will exceed its profits would be pretty strong words, and Kaz Hirai, Sony's President and CEO, said just that in a recent briefing.

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  6. Sorry Miles Morales, Amazing Spider-Man 2 Producers Say Peter Parker Will Always Be Our Cinematic Spider-Man

    Oh Really?

    Well that's a blow for diversity if ever I heard one.

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  7. Sony Finally Unveiled Their PlayStation Virtual Reality Headset: Project Morpheus, Look out Oculus Rift

    It will presumably ask if you'd rather take the red pill or the blue pill.

    Last night at Game Developers Conference, Sony made the announcement that we all knew was coming and revealed the virtual reality headset for the PlayStation 4. It's not ready to go on sale yet, but Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony Worldwide Studios, showed off a prototype and explained their strategy for making VR more than just a peripheral.

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  8. The Final Amazing Spider Man 2 Trailer Is Here

    Although by final, they probably mean the last one this week.

    Sony just premiered what they claim is the "final" Amazing Spider Man 2 trailer on their Facebook page. Check it out for web-based puns/Gwen Stacy anxiety/surprisingly epic choir music.

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  9. Sony To Release A Spider-Man Film Every Year, Assumes Anyone Cares

    My Spidey Sense Is Tingling

    Also: A new trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and confirmation that director Marc Webb will be returning to direct a third Spider-Movie. Hopefully he won't pull a Raimi and turn in something completely awful. But even if he does... seriously, does anyone care about this series?

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  10. PlayStation 4 Closing in on Wii U Sales Numbers, Looks to Be King This Generation

    Cue the angry fanboys (and girls).

    After the fastest-selling console launch in history back in November, the PlayStation 4 has continued to rack up impressive sales numbers, and Sony has just announced that the console has topped 5.3 million units sold worldwide. For comparison, the Wii U's sales numbers in December, more than a year after its launch, were at 5.86 million.

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