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Over the last few days, the biggest companies of the games industry have got together in LA to show what's ahead for the next few years. If you don't have a full day to catch up on all the conferences, here are the ten biggest announcements that came out of E3.

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Is it that time of year already? In a little under a week, the world's biggest games publishers will be taking to the E3 stage to hype their latest products. For those planning to watch live in Australia, here are the dates and times for the show's heaviest hitters - including Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Bethesda and EA!

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If you're a gamer, E3, or the Electronic Entertainment Expo is your event of the year. If you're an obsessive gamer, you'll want to get up at ridiculous times in the morning and get all the gaming news as it happens. Here's how to watch E3 live and free in Australia.

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The best part of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is the action-packed trailers for upcoming games. Some show gameplay, some show ultra polished cinematics and some are nothing more than a five second tease. But they all get the blood racing if you're a die-hard gamer. Here are the best trailers - from Bioware's Anthem to Star Wars: Battlefront II.

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Microsoft's super console finally has a price and a release date - along with a new name. The newly christened, the "Xbox One X" (clunky title) will be out in November - and for once, Aussie gamers aren't getting slugged with an Australia Tax. Here are the pricing, specification, release date details and other frequently asked questions.

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The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is set to kick off in Los Angeles next week. Here's how to watch all the major announcements live in Australia from Sony, Nintendo, Microsoft, EA, Bethesda and the rest. (Warning: This will involve some early mornings!)

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With so much coming out over the next few days from the Electronic Entertainment Expo, perhaps the biggest annual event in gaming, it can be hard to keep up with the flow of information. But you don't have to lose yourself in the visual and aural smorgasbord -- if you just want the highlights, look no further.

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E3 is now mostly over, at least for those of us watching along at home, and we've been following both from afar and through Lifehacker editor Chris Jager who has been on the floor in LA for this year's E3. Here's our roundup of the top tech and gaming news to come out of this year's event.