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Xbox 720 to make history: How you can be a part of E3 2013

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This upcoming summer is going to be a major time for the gaming industry, at least that is the way things are setting up, and for everyone who wants to be a part of the memories, you can register to do so now.

According to the official E3 2013 website today, industry officials, members, media, public relations members and any members of the public who are lucky enough to be admitted to the event, can now register to be a part of the E3 2013.

This year's E3 is setting up to be what could turn out to be one of the biggest conventions in the history of the industry.

With systems like the Xbox 720 and PlayStation 4 scheduled to make their debuts and be the focal points of the show, everyone is in for a real treat this June.

Not only will systems from both Microsoft and Sony be focuses of the show, but Nintendo's Wii U will also be looking to bring its best titles to the event.

As most everyone would agree, competition brings out the best in people and companies, so this summer may demonstrate just how competitive gaming is about to get.

This June is looking like it will not only be about the next-generation systems, but also about the next-generation games that are going to be announced and available for industry members to experience.

With everything people may have been expecting from last year's show and ended up being disappointed, this year's show could make up for that in spades.

E3 2013 will take place at the Los Angeles Convention Center and will run from June 11th through June 13th.

Will you be there to witness history at E3 2013?



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