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Submitted by Cyrus365 2049d ago | preview

GeneralGames: 1 vs 100 Exclusive Canadian Beta: Preview

GeneralGames writes: "Almost a year ago Microsoft announced Xbox Live Primetime then went silent about it. There was precious little news about it. Many began wondering if it had died a quiet, lonely, death. Then, late last month it was announced that Canada would be getting an exclusive beta for it and 1 vs 100 would be the first playable title on the new scheduled gaming platform. Yesterday Xbox Canada gave us and other media (including our friends at Toronto Thumbs and NextGen Player) the opportunity to preview this new feature for Xbox Live and tease out a little bit of information. Now that the embargo has lifted we can finally share what we've learned." (1 vs 100, Xbox 360)

KionicWarlord222  +   2049d ago
LOL

i cant stop commenting about this game...

I cant wait... hopefullly at e3 09 it will be shown
KionicWarlord222  +   2049d ago
you know it will be fun...

wait you are the xbox 360 right?

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