What You Need to Know From Xbox's Massive E3 Show
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Microsoft opened the show with an image of Xbox hero Master Chief, but 'Halo' was nowhere to be seen. Xbox

The $500 Xbox One X, 'Anthem,' the return of 'Crackdown', backwards compatibility and more

When Xbox boss Phil Spencer took the stage at Microsoft's E3 spectacular it was clear the company wanted to focus on games. It got the details of its brand new console out of the way quickly, branding it with its new name – Xbox One X – and giving a release date of November 7. Then he promised 42 games, including 22 games with (various levels of) console exclusivity on Xbox One. There was certainly a lot to see, but here are the top things you need to know about.