Why 2009 Will BeThe Year Of The Xbox 360 (Chapter Four: The Ally)

In this chapter, we will be unfolding a new reason known as the Ally. This reason will reveal all the support that Microsoft will be receiving, this year, from their partners including Square-Enix, Namco Bandai, Ubisoft, Bethesda, Epic Games, Valve, and Capcom.

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Master Samo3493d ago

To all the readers, I thank you in advance for reading this article. I would like to present to you some of the Bits Of Information (BOI) that I was not able to include in this article. They are as follow:

BOI 1 ) Tecmo: in March of 1981, a U.S. division was inaugurated as U.S. Tehkan, Inc. A month later, in April of 1981, Tehkan released in Japan its first arcade video game titled Pleiads (which was distributed in America by Centuri). When it was still called Tehkan, the company also released such classic games as Bomb Jack and Tehkan World Cup. On the 8th of January 1986, Tehkan officially changed its name to Tecmo

BOI 2 ) Capcom: was founded in 1979 as Japan Capsule Computers, a company devoted to the manufacturing and distribution of electronic game machines.

I hope everyone enjoyed the Information provided

God Bless You All

Master Samo

MURKERR3493d ago (Edited 3493d ago )

why not write why they were exclusive? because of the ps3 install base back then,most of the sequels to those game are ps3 bound,3rd party support like take two,ubisoft sega,EA,konami have confirmed they made most of their money on ps3 last year 2008 so 3rd party support is cemented.

square are the only ones who really have gone to microsofts side this gen (is it coincidence their games and reputation havent been good lately?),as for DLC this week has highlighted thats not as exclusive as gamers thought,still dont care for DLC though i want exclusive games and

ps3 has the best 1st party support i have seen by any gaming company for years and 'TRICO' was the cherry on top for me

360s year was 2007 an amazing year for games but times move on


HHG you fail again

Kamikaze1353493d ago

Square-Enix - None of their current gen games scored well.

Namco Bandai - Tales of Vesperia heading to PS3...the complete version with exclusive content - making the 360 version seem incomplete and leaving 360 owners in the dark.

Ubisoft - Same as Square Enix

Bethesda - All DLC heading to PS3 starting in June. No exclusive support here.

Epic Games - Gears was awesome....but nothing in 2009

Valve - They barely support the 360 versions of their games. These guys are a PC brand =P

Capcom - They're releasing 20-40 PSone classic. Dead Rising 2 and Lost Planet 2 were already confirmed for the PS3.

KionicWarlord2223493d ago

Very nicely put. Im amazed at the writer made it so detailed. I thank you master samo. Also the article explain third party support which is very true that the xbox 360 does have alot of third party support .

qface643493d ago (Edited 3493d ago )

wut? .___. does not compute

anyways years already half way through and nothing unbelievable has really come out for the 360 in that time and i don't really think in the next 6 months they will release a bunch of stuff for it at least not huge exclusives that make everyone go ga ga

sure they will release more games and DLC this year but will it really be enough to say that 2009 will be the year of the 360?

TrevorPhillips3493d ago

keep on coming samo your doing a very good job :)

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