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As is now tradition, Microsoft will be the first of the big three platform holders to get E3 up and running, with Sony to follow and Nintendo to get started on 14th June.

Microsoft comes into this E3 on the back foot in the current generation, with the Xbox One still seemingly lagging behind PS4. In any case it'll look to show what it's made of in this live conference, so we can expect an emphasis on any console exclusive games that it's got pegged for 2016 and beyond. In addition the Xbox One Slim is set to be detailed, which will also include 4K media playback functionality.

Naturally it's not our domain here at Nintendo Life, so head on over and join our colleagues at Pure Xbox to catch all of the action with a live blog and comments.