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  • E3: Nintendo Direct style of presentation falls flat for Nintendo

    E3: Nintendo Direct style of presentation falls flat for Nintendo

    Nintendo decided to buck the trend of giving a live presentation at this year's E3 by trying something new: they took to their Nintendo Direct service, a video stream they use throughout the year to announce new games and features … Continue reading → More »

    Tue, 11 Jun, 2013
  • E3: PlayStation 4 takes direct aim at Microsoft, and lands a headshot

    You almost had to feel bad for Microsoft. After Sony's presentation at E3 this evening, it was clear that the PlayStation 4 was being sent in with a mission: to take down Microsoft, and capitalize on all the snafus the … Continue reading → More »

    Tue, 11 Jun, 2013
  • E3: Xbox One’s gaming side finally unveiled at Microsoft’s keynote, but is it enough for g …

    Microsoft kicked off the first day of E3 with a proper gamer’s welcome to the Xbox One, its next-generation console. The tech giant offered up a host of exclusives and a wide range of games for the Xbox One – … Continue reading → More »

    Mon, 10 Jun, 2013
  • Quintana takes the high road en route to Tour

    By Julien Pretot PARIS (Reuters) - Nairo Quintana has flown under the radar in the build-up to the Tour de France and although his team manager has cautioned against his inexperience, the Movistar rider could become the first Colombian to win the Grande Boucle. The 25-year-old spent about six weeks in his home country training at altitude while other big guns were checking out Tour stages and racing in the Tour de Suisse or the Criterium du Dauphine week long races. It was a programme that suited Quintana well in 2013, when he finished second overall on his Tour debut before going on to win the Giro d'Italia a year later. More »

    18 hours ago
  • Cycling-Quintana takes the high road en route to Tour

    By Julien Pretot PARIS, July 1 (Reuters) - Nairo Quintana has flown under the radar in the build-up to the Tour de France and although his team manager has cautioned against his inexperience, the Movistar rider could become the first Colombian to win the Grande Boucle. The 25-year-old spent about six weeks in his home country training at altitude while other big guns were checking out Tour stages and racing in the Tour de Suisse or the Criterium du Dauphine week long races. It was a programme that suited Quintana well in 2013, when he finished second overall on his Tour debut before going on to win the Giro d'Italia a year later. More »

    18 hours ago

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