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Fox joining Xbox family

Microsoft has signed up Fox as the newest partner for its Xbox Live Video Marketplace, and the two are launching with "Family Guy," a show aimed squarely at the service's young male gamer demo.

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power of Green 3735d ago

NBC I believe has joined the other day and folks can DL the first Heros in HD for free. I know I know all of you know this already.

Jeremy Gerard3735d ago

thanks, as for this news, xbl just continues to get better, MS should really make some noise about this, it is really catching on, i used to be a huge family guy fan, until they got all political and anti Christian, 5 Jesus jokes per episode and not one Mohammad joke, they are literally afraid to poke fun of Islam but think they are rebels because they poke fun of Jesus, p*ssys.

power of Green 3735d ago

I have a gut feeling we don't know the half of it on all Xbox fronts this should make for an interesting next 6 months.

Close_Second3735d ago

In New Zealand we still have nothing close to the Xbox Live service they get in the US. We only get the same MI:III trailors and Robbie Williams artist of the month dribble!

When will NZ get all this fantastic content!?!

power of Green 3735d ago

Isn't MS bringing the full package to Europe (or over there)in a few months?.

psychotic_duck3735d ago (Edited 3735d ago )

Bill O'Reily and Microsoft in one place. What more could I ask for?!

power of Green 3735d ago

Just kidding its only fair. As long as Fox news continue to keep Ann Culter of the show I'm in Sean is all I can handle on that side of the fence. I agree with what you said because some of the other Networks and studio's recently acquired.

That would be very intresting to see Fox news and comedy central in one place and both parties using XBL to spew the same kind of nonsense we do to eachother on this site.

Jeremy Gerard3735d ago

Are they keeping Ann off the network, i didnt know that, too bad i like her, now SHE is a rebel. ;)

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