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Posted on Tuesday, August 20 @ 17:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Today proved to be yet another big day in the world of video games, as gamescom brought with it many exciting announcements from the industry's biggest players. While Microsoft didn't have a formal presser, the Xbox One manufacturer dropped a news bomb full of announcements early this morning. Fable Legends anyone?!

Electronic Arts followed soon after with an actual press conference, providing a bit more detail about its games that were first shown at E3. Yes, Titanfall still looks incredible. Then Sony took the stage shortly thereafter with plenty of important bits of news including a release date for the PS4 and a much needed PS Vita price drop.

Now that the dust has settled, it's time to decide a victor. So...

Who won gamescom 2013?


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