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Action-heavy games go big at the E3 expo

7:48 PM, Jun. 24, 2013
If the thought of climbing into a 24-foot tall 'mech in a war-torn future sounds like your idea of a good time, then you'll no doubt want to play 'Titanfall,' currently in development at Respawn Entertainment and to be published by Electronic Arts next year.
If the thought of climbing into a 24-foot tall 'mech in a war-torn future sounds like your idea of a good time, then you'll no doubt want to play 'Titanfall,' currently in development at Respawn Entertainment and to be published by Electronic Arts next year.
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Fans of action games have a lot to look forward to this fall.

Along with the focus on the heated "console wars" -- especially between Sony's PlayStation 4 (out this "holiday" for $399) and Microsoft's Xbox One (available in November for $499) -- action-heavy games garnered a lot of attention at this year's E3 gaming expo.

The massive trade show serves as a glimpse into the future of the multibillion dollar interactive entertainment industry. Nearly 50,000 industry-only attendees from 102 countries swarmed the Los Angeles Convention Center to play games debuting over the coming months. ...

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