Microsoft Push Up E3 Keynote For "Surprize"

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Microsoft have today just announced that they are going to be pushing their E3 Keynote to five minutes earlier.

The reason that they have given is that they have included some sort of last minute ‘surprize’. Now, 5 minutes isn’t a lot of time, but is usually more than enough to make a big announcement or show something off.

Is this surprize going to be something special, or are Microsoft going to announce something indescribably lame but are just pulling an attempt to hype up their speech.

The Keynote will be streamed on the internet Live at 18:25 local time, so if you can, and have the bandwidth, you can check it out.

If not, the fear not, because we will have full reports up for you tomorrow!

Last Updated: June 1, 2009

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Nick De Bruyne

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