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Submitted by DiRtY 1123d ago | news

Microsoft London Studio Named, Help New Studios Grow

Microsoft announced at a press briefing that it has named its Soho-based studio Lift London and the studio will help other studios to grow. The studio was originally suppose to concentrate on tablets, but has since grown to cloud services. (Industry, Microsoft)

IAMERROR  +   1123d ago
*yawn
Let's see some game reveals! :)
Hingle_Mcringleberry  +   1123d ago
Bit premature don't you think? Revealing next gen games before next gen console is even announced?
But I suppose your comment is alot more tolerable than the obligatory "more kinect studios" comments that every article about a new Microsoft Studio spawns in these parts.
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IAMERROR  +   1123d ago
I know, I'm just saying I'm excited. :)
MS are developing some interesting games
JoGam  +   1123d ago
Not to start trouble but no where in his comment did he mention next gen games. I'm just saying. ;-)

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