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Submitted by Karooo 746d ago | interview

Interview: Xbox India Chief talks about competition with PlayStation, Windows 8, Next Xbox And More

GamingBolt: We talked to Anshu Mor, who is the category lead of interactive entertainment business at Microsoft India, about a lot of things concerning the Indian gaming market and the Xbox brand as a whole. He had a lot to say, so grab a cup of coffee and give it a read, it will take a while. (Industry, Microsoft, Xbox 360)

bladesofagony  +   746d ago
this article is so damn ridiculous

being an Indian myself i truly don't agree to what the Chief says, all he talks about kinect(made for kids, obsessed and lazy people) online service(which is a paid one) and Halo(the only game holding off xbox from a downfall), i guess that's what xbox is left with, and you call that innovation ?? - what rubbish
wtf RUBBISH??!

agreed.

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