The biggest week in gaming is here. While the 2013 edition of E3 in Los Angeles was focused primarily on the impending launches of the Xbox One and PS4, 2014 is more about games than hardware. Microsoft will try to show why a Kinect-free console is still compelling, while Sony will be intent on improving its lead in the early days of the console race. Nintendo, meanwhile, is out to prove there's still a place for the struggling Wii U. Add in the burgeoning field of virtual reality, an increased focus on indie games, and there's a lot to look forward to in LA. You can keep up with the latest right here.