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I'm still recovering from E3. If I look a little tired in this week's Tell GameRevolution video, you know why. Gaming's biggest week requires tons of running around, writing, talking, and admittedly, yes, a little partying. Regardless, it's good to be home and in front of you revolutionaries once again.

This week, we want you to grade the big three publishers and their performance at E3. Can Microsoft's software, including a brand new Killer Instinct, make up for the bungled communication of Xbox One's feature set? Does Sony get a free pass on their press conference and software showing just because they allow gamers to play used games on PS4? Nintendo, has anyone seen Nintendo? Dammit, they're always wandering off.

Rate each of the big three with an A, B, C, D, or F. Don't be afraid to be harsh or unforgiving. This is Tell GameRevolution, where all we wanna know is your honest opinion.

Grade Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo at E3.
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