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Submitted by Recnef 1173d ago | news

Gaming Update: Winds of Change: Microsoft Charts a New Course

Over a bowl of E3 Ramen Gaming Update's CM Boots-Faubert learns that in addition to dropping the major industry events this year and increasing its presence at fan-centric events, Microsoft is planning invitation-only presentations at its regional campuses and offices. (E3, Microsoft, Xbox 360)

Dlacy13g  +   1173d ago
Hmm... its an interesting change in direction for this year. My only question is, aren't Gamescon and TGS not only industry events but open to the public as well? Kinda goes against what they are saying about moving away from industry specific events.
dubt72  +   1173d ago
They probably wanted those samller events so that the entire focus is on them, not split in all different directions. Shrewd...
Redgehammer  +   1173d ago
Well when your making clandestine hardware, i guesss you have to cut back a little. ;D

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