E3 2013: Gamers follow expo action, chime in with opinions on Twitter

June 10, 2013 | 6:19 p.m.

Attendees await the start of Microsoft's Xbox E3 2013 media briefing in Los Angeles on Monday. (Robyn Beck / AFP / Getty Images)

Microsoft Vice President Phil Harrison speaks about the Xbox One console during the company's media presentation ahead of E3 in Los Angeles. (Michael Nelson / EPA)

Phil Spencer, vice president of Microsoft Game Studios, speaks during the company's media presentation on Monday, ahead of E3 in Los Angeles. (Robyn Beck / AFP / Getty Images)

Bonnie Ross, general manager and studio head of 343 Industries, introduces the upcoming "Halo" game during Microsoft's Xbox media briefing on Monday ahead of E3 in Los Angeles. (Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images)

A scene from an upcoming "Halo" video game, shown during Microsoft's media briefing on Monday. ahead of E3 in Los Angeles. (Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images)

Attendees of Microsoft's news presentation watch a demonstration of the upcoming Xbox One game "Ryse: Son of Rome" on Monday ahead of E3 in Los Angeles. (Michael Nelson / EPA)

Attendees of Microsoft's media briefing watch a presentation of "Battlefield 4" on Monday, ahead of E3 in Los Angeles. (Jae C. Hong / Associated Press)

Phil Spencer, vice president of Microsoft Game Studios, speaks during the company's media press presentation on Monday ahead of E3 in Los Angeles. (Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images)

Yusuf Mehdi, a senior vice president at Microsoft, speaks during the company's Xbox media briefing on June 10, 2013, ahead of the E3 expo in Los Angeles. (Robyn Beck / AFP / Getty Images)

Dan Greenawalt, developer of the video game Forza Motorsport, speaks during Microsoft's news presentation on June 10, 2013, ahead of E3 in Los Angeles. (Robyn Beck / AFP / Getty Images)

Attendees of Microsoft's media briefing watch a presentation on "Dead Rising 3" on June 10, 2013, ahead of E3 in Los Angeles. (Jae C. Hong / Associated Press)

Wargaming.net CEO Victor Kislyi introduces the next installment of "World of Tanks" for the Xbox 360 during the Microsoft's media presentation ahead of E3 in Los Angeles. (Michael Nelson / EPA)

Attendees listen to Microsoft's media presentation on June 10, 2013 ahead of E3 in Los Angeles. (Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images)

Attendees exit Microsoft's news presentation on Monday, ahead of E3 in Los Angeles. (Jonathan Alcorn / Bloomberg)

The annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) doesn’t officially begin until Tuesday, but by Monday afternoon big news from Ubisoft and Microsoft already had gamers buzzing online — expect to see lots more voices join Twitter soon when Sony holds forth on the PS4.

Here’s an early roundup of what some of the most outspoken had to say about the new products so far:

– Dana Ferguson

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