Well, E3 2012 has come and gone, and like anyone who followed it, I have quite a few opinions on it. But that’s no surprise; E3 is where most companies show you what they want you to see the most (for that year), and I’m sure that these companies want you to talk about their achievements, developments, reveals, and the like. So I’ll be happy to oblige. First off, we’re starting with Microsoft, a company that has failed to really impress at E3 the past few years. And this year happens to be more of the same, though with a few twists.