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Sony Not Intimidated by Microsoft, Says Head of Xbox

Posted on Wednesday, June 4 @ 09:07:26 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
Phil Spencer, the newly-crowned Head of Xbox, doesn't think Sony is all that intimidated by the competition. In fact, the Microsoft exec went so far as to say that he's confident that the PlayStation manufacturer is sure to have an incredible showing at E3.

He threw the kind words Sony's way in a response to an inquisitive follower on Twitter, saying, "I don't think Sony is intimidated. Sony is great brand and strong team. Competition is good, they'll have a good E3." 
 

There's no denying Microsoft has been trailing Sony when it comes to the next-gen console race, but perhaps the tides will shift at E3. Which company do you think will come out on top when the press conference dust settles next week?
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