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Here is some news from Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, which just wrapped up in L.A.: a completely re-mastered "HALO" series is hitting stores this fall and "Zelda" is coming to Wii U.

This year, E3 unveiled a slew of titles for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, including Grand Theft Auto V, which re-launches on those systems and PCs this fall.

Laptop Magazine's Sherri Smith was at E3 and had the low down on all the big developments:

"HALO 5: Guardians" doesn't come out until 2015 but if you get the "HALO Master Chief" collection this November you can try out "HALO 5" in December.

"Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six" is back with a new way to compete against your friends in "Rainbow Six Siege."

On the Nintendo front, "The Land of Hyrule" is getting a major facelift.

"Legend of Zelda" is coming to Wii U and it looks fantastic

E3 had a sneak peek at the fourth and final "Uncharted" game, "A Thief's End." Nathan Drake is back for one more adventure and looking sexier than ever with those spiffy PS4 graphics.

 

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