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Next generation of consoles to be revealed in June

Next generation of consoles to be revealed in June

Both the Xbox 360 successor and a follow up to the PS3 will be shown at E3 2012.
The LA show tease will come as Wii U launch details are locked in – and should ensure no ground is lost between competing consoles.
It will mark the very first time in the show’s 17-year history that three fresh, rival console formats will be so directly comparable.
Microsoft has long been rumoured to detail its next-gen plans at E3 2012, and recently signalled to partners this will happen, according to MCV. 
Sony executives have made it clear to third-parties that they will not be left behind this time, they aren’t expecting price or launch details for the new Xbox or PlayStation. But their unveiling could be a perfect spoiler to the pre-Christmas launch date and price that will be revealed for Wii U in June.

Elsewhere in console news, Nintendo have asked London based developer, Icon Games to remove Wii Ware sales figures from Icon Games’ blog.
Previously, Icon had listed a break down of units sold on each of its platforms, but has now had to remove the numbers for Wii digital retail.
In a post explaining the move, Icon has made clear that, whilst it’s fairly common policy for platform holders to frown on the publishing of figures by developers, Nintendo has so far been the only company to ask for their removal.

Sources: MCV,

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