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USA: PS4 and Xbox One go head to head at E3

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M/S Sony's new PlayStation 4 console and controllers in display case M/S PS4 console and controller C/U PS4 controller M/S PS4 controllers W/S Guests of E3 at the PlayStation info booth M/S PS4 with controllers M/S PS4 with controllers M/S Gamers queuing to play PS4 games M/S Gamer checking out the new PS4 M/S E3 Attendees snapping photos of PS4 C/U Microsoft's new Xbox One console M/S Xbox One console C/U Xbox One controller M/S Xbox One fans playing games M/S Press snapping photos of the Xbox One M/S Fans inspecting the Xbox One M/S Press snapping more pictures of Xbox One W/S E3 attendees hanging out SCRIPT USA: PS4 and Xbox One go head to head at E3 New consoles from gaming giants Sony and Microsoft debuted at Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, in Los Angeles on Tuesday. Gamers from of all ages got a chance to try out both consoles for the first time during the biggest gaming event of the year. The two consoles will compete for gamer dollars during the upcoming holiday season. Although Microsoft showcased the design of its new console three weeks ago, the Seattle tech company debuted the Xbox One, allowing fans to play. Xbox One will hit the shelves in November costing $499 and will restrict the market of used games. Additionally, players will need to connect to the Internet every day to verify data with Microsoft. Sony announced its next-gen console PlayStation 4 (PS4) in February. However, the company revealed the design of the console for the first time at E3. The new PS4 is slimmer and smaller, comes with a redesigned controller, and an add-on Eye camera for $59. Sony has not announced an official release date for the PS4, but has already set the price to $399.