Wondering what exciting things will be happening at the upcoming E3? While it hasn’t been officially confirmed yet, word is going around that Hulu and Microsoft’s Xbox 360 will be cozying up at the event. As the rumor goes, Microsoft is set to unveil Hulu as an Xbox Live service at the event, similar to how Netflix is integrated into the Xbox 360 dashboard. Details aren’t available yet, but considering that Hulu’s subscription-based model was delayed before this, it could be a great platform for the company to kick start a subscription service, possibly allowing users to pay using Microsoft Points. We’re looking forward to seeing what Microsoft and Hulu will be able to offer consumers, and since E3 is about two weeks away, we shouldn’t have to wait too long.
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