The official E3 2011 announcements about Microsoft's plans for the future of Xbox 360, Kinect and PC gaming are almost here, yet this doesn't stop those persistent pre-E3 rumours from appearing – with the latest news that Microsoft looks set to announce Fable: The Journey, Kinect Sports: Season 2 and a number of other new Kinect titles in LA tomorrow.
Some confusion in the Microsoft Xbox PR camp this week with conflicting reports about Peter Molyneux's impressive-looking Milo and Kate for Kinect.
Microsoft's Xbox PR chief Aaron Greenberg has said that Peter Molyneux's Kinect-controlled virtual boy Milo is a tech demo, and that Microsoft has no plans to release it as an Xbox 360 title.
Lionhead boss Peter Molyneux has revealed that Milo & Kate, the studio's Kinect project that features realistic AI children that you can interact with – and which wowed crowds at E3 2009 – will be revealed again at TED Global in Oxford next month.
Peter Molyneux's Kinect title, Milo and Kate, which wowed the crowds at E3 2009 was notable by its absence at this year's event, although the British games development legend insists that it is being demoed, only behind closed doors and only to celebrities.