Collected coverage for every console.
While next-gen may be temporarily off the table, this year's E3 promises the introduction of innovative new hardware. The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 may be mid-way through their life cycles, but updates and additions to their services prove they're not out of the game yet. The Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita show promise in their infancy, while the world waits for the full unveiling of the Wii U. There's lots of change coming down the pipeline.
Polygon has you covered when it comes to your console of choice. All coverage for individual consoles will be provided in streams, collecting the news for each console in one convenient place. So if you're only tuning in to E3 this year for details on say, the Wii U or the Xbox 360's new features, you can find it all with just a click.
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