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E3 2012: what to expect from this year's showE3 is the games industry's most important yearly conference - and also a reminder each year about how huge the industry is getting. Despite the double-dipping depths of the recession, the big three console manufacturers - Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo - have been in perpetual war since the launch of the Xbox. We've gone into their E3 plans in more detail over the previous days, but this is a overview of what they and the other game publishers are likely to be up to - and what we're likely to see from the increasingly important Indie and mobile sectors.Microsoft's main concern is to avoid cannibalising the sales of the Xbox 360 and Kinect, which is making lots of money, so it's unlikely to make any hardware announcements this year - indeed, it is likely to further extend the 360 brand into cheaper units before it announces the 720 for Christmas next year. (We'd bet that it will be announced early in 2013 - after the holidays so the 360 keeps selling, but early enough

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