E3 2019: Complete Coverage

The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is one of the largest annual gaming events in the world, thrown by the Entertainment Software Association every summer in Los Angeles. Gamers everywhere eagerly await announcements about the following year’s game and hardware releases from major players like Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, EA, Ubisoft and Bethesda, along with countless smaller developers and publishers. Stay tuned all week for announcements, interviews, and hands-on impressions for the games you’ll be craving in the next year.

E3 organizer apologizes after sharing article about ‘games for women’

The ESA account took down the post for "perpetuating a harmful stereotype" about female gamers
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Xbox One X review: Still the most powerful console

Xbox One X is the most powerful console, but should you get it?
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E3 leaks personal information of thousands of journalists

The details of thousands of journalists has been leaked by the organizers of E3. The Entertainment Software Association had a publicly accessible document on its website showing names, phone numbers, and home addresses of journalists.

E3 2019: The games you can play right now

Although most of the games unveiled at E3 this year won't be seen for at least a few months (if not years), there were some surprise releases. We've corralled the games and expansions shown at E3 that you can play right now.
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