Microsoft announced that it would be bringing a variety of new services to its Xbox 360 consoles.
At its E3 briefing in Los Angeles, the company peeled the curtain back on its SmartGlass feature, letting gamers use their tablets and smartphones in conjunction with the Xbox 360.
A demo of the feature saw a Microsoft executive watch Sherlock Holmes on the big screen, while the tablet showed information and trivia about the video. Additionally, users can seamlessly switch video between devices.
SmartGlass will also be used for the newly announced Internet Explorer for Xbox, with consumers able to use the SmartGlass functionality to navigate
SmartGlass will be available on Windows Phones, Windows 8 devices and a variety of other platforms.
The Redmond giant then unveiled its Xbox Music service, essentially a rebranded version of its Zune feature, for streaming and downloading.
In addition to music streaming, Microsoft has also courted more video providers, with ESPN now getting 24/7 coverage.
On the gaming side of things, Microsoft showed off new Halo 4 gameplay trailers, Nike+Kinect Training, Dance Central 3, Forza Horizon and Gears of War: Judgement.
The company revealed no major surprises however, with all eyes on Nintendo's briefing later today.