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Xbox 360While Microsoft is spending most all of its E3 showing promoting the new Xbox One, the company wants you to know that it's still committed to its existing Xbox 360 platform.  Microsoft has redesigned and refined the Xbox 360  to be smaller and quieter in a new case meant to imitate the style of the Xbox One.  It's available right now, too, for the same prices as the existing Xbox 360 bundles.  Moreover, Microsoft is copying Sony's PlayStation Plus service by offering free downloadable Xbox 360 games to Xbox Live Gold members.  Two games will be available each month starting July 1 through the release of the Xbox One; the first freebies out of the gate are Assassins Creed II and Halo 3.  While the Xbox 360 is clearly headed into the sunset as everyone involved with the Xbox brand shifts to focusing on the Xbox One, it's nice to see the system get a solid send-off with a new shape and some free games.