Microsoft Delivers More Fun, More Experiences and More Choices to Its Ever-Expanding Games Library

At the opening of the show doors for the 2007 Games Convention in Leipzig, Germany, Microsoft Corp.'s booth was set to supply gamers with access to more than 130 playable game stations spanning more than 40 titles for Windows, Xbox 360 and the premier online gaming service, Xbox Live®. Attendees had a chance to try out upcoming releases that are poised to top the Xbox 360 and Xbox Live Arcade charts, such as "Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent," "Viva Pinata" and "Texas Hold 'em," as well as playing soon-to-be-released Windows games including "Flight Simulator X," "Hellgate: London" and "Crysis." The show floor also provided playable action for numerous other titles from first- and third-party publishers:

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USMChardcharger5376d ago

it is good to be a owner of a xbox360.

Say's you5376d ago

alot of those games were [email protected] knowing that out of 130 playable Xbox 360 games were absolute! crap! like a flight simulator who cares? about that and Hell gate London that goe's to show that not all of those 130 playable Xbox 360 games weren't all that good.