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Discussion in 'Video Games' started by jessestylex, May 28, 2009.
uh. Yeah, sure. I suppose every conversation is a debate in that case...
When I was in Japan recently, I went looking for video games, pokemon cards of the like to bring home as suvineors for my 8 year old boy. And you know what? I couldnt find hardly anything. Granted, I wasnt in Tokyo, but most of what I saw was Mickey Mouse stuff, and other American Products that the Japanese LOVE. They also love their Arcades man.....they are HUGE!!
Looks like Microsoft are set to sell a few more 360's.:wink2:
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i would really like to see it in person. that all was cgi. microsoft could never make a product that good.
IGN.com tested it and said it does work like the video.
Heres a on Stage Live Demo of it.
Xbox Live Awarded with Guinness World Record for the Most Popular Online Console Gaming Service
June 2nd, 2009 - Los Angeles- Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition's editors Gaz Deaves and Matt Boulton attended the Microsoft party at The Standard Hotel in downtown Los Angeles on Monday evening, to award XBOX Live with the official record for the Most Popular Online Console Gaming Service, with 20 million active subscribers, representing 67% of the total install base as of May 2009. The certificate was presented to XBOX Live's Director of Programming, Major Nelson and General Manager, Mark Whitten.
XBL to Offer Full Retail Games on Demand
Microsoft had too much news for the keynote, so they're taking care of the spillover now: First up, full Xbox Live games on demand. That's right, you can download Mass Effect, Bioshock and more. Using a real credit card—no Xbox Live points—with retail-like pricing. They're coming in August.
Not every game, but it is a mix of third-party stuff: Sonic, call of Duty 2, Crackdown, Bioshock Mass Effect and more. Dodged whether games will be downloadable the day they're released to retail.
They're making a lot of moves... they knew they had to. And just like that it looks like PS3 is the one needing to be innovative again.