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Tom Crago, the chairman of an agency that includes all developers from Australia, accidentally announced that the mysterious title LA Noire will also be released for the Xbox 360. In addition, he was able to report that the game will remain in development at Team Bondi for another year. According to Crago, it is arguably the biggest budget game on the planet, and that’s possible given that the game has been in development for years. The game was announced as a PS3 exclusive in 2006, and has since almost completely disappeared from the map. LA Noire is a classic detective…

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Id Software has had to review its strategy regarding the delivery of Rage on the Xbox 360, because the console is tied to DVDs and its storage capacity. Originally the plan was to develop 5 to 6 large levels in which the game takes place, but now the game will consist of 2 large levels. Due to the DVD capacity, the levels are each supplied on a disc. This measure only applies to the Xbox 360. Lead designer Tim Willits explains why: “The PC is limitless in the amount of data you can put on it. The PS3 has about…

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Recently, Microsoft decided to provide the Xbox 360 with a price drop in Europe as well, but they already have good news to bring out. The Xbox 360 has already reached the mark of six million consoles sold in Europe. Chris Lewis of Microsoft stated “We’re very excited that more consumers in Europe are joining the ever-growing Xbox 360 community. We’re now the best-value next-gen console on the market with an entry-level ERP of €179, and consumers have clearly responded to that offering.” “We’re supporting this momentum by putting launch-level investment into a European advertising campaign, launching this week, which…

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It’s been about a year and a half since the Wii first hit stores, and some 26 million units of the white console have been sold since then. This makes the Wii the best-selling console of this generation worldwide: 14 million copies of the Playstation 3 have been sold and 20 million of the Xbox 360. Nintendo therefore has no plans for the time being to lower the price of the Wii from 250 euros. According to Stephan Bole, director of Nintendo France, the Wii is selling so well because it appeals to a wider audience, including women and seniors.…

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Although Alone in the Dark has already been released, we still haven’t been able to download a demo of the game. However, Atari has said that they are currently working hard on a demo version of the game. The development of this is so advanced that we can expect the demo this or next week. A PC demo is probably also planned. The PlayStation 3 demo will have to wait a while, as that game will only follow in a few months. As soon as the demo can actually be downloaded, it will of course be posted on GamersNET.nl. So…

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Don King Presents: Prizefighter will soon have you stepping back into the ring to turn the fight in your favor. The game is slated for September, but we’re getting a taste of it right now thanks to a demo on Xbox Live. One or two players can play a three-round match at Madison Square Garden in this demo. The boxers in question are Joe Calzaghe and Luis Collazo. 2K Games has announced a new boxing game and recruited none other than Don King to gain extra brand awareness. The game was subsequently christened Don King Presents: Prizefighter. Legendary boxing promoter…

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The August issue of the American games magazine Electronic Gaming Monthly states that Microsoft may soon want to lower the prices of Xbox 360 consoles, just like they did in Europe in April. The prices of the Xbox 360 packs in the US are now at the same price level as we were before the price cut, so $279 for an Arcade Bundle, $349 for a Premium Bundle and $449 for an Elite Bundle. With us, these packages cost €199, €259 and €349 respectively. This price cut was made to keep up with the PlayStation 3 in the run-up to…

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Microsoft recently denied making more Xbox consoles, but it could easily be the case. Last October, Microsoft first spoke about the concept of Project xCloud, a cloud-based service that lets you stream games to virtually any device. It would have seemed logical to come up with such a version for the next-generation Xbox, but there was no indication of this at this year’s E3, and Phil Spencer recently stated that they only focus on Project Scarlett, the previous plural actually being the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition. …or not? Now there is a rumor that Microsoft is still working on…

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Microsoft has announced the expansion of games on the Xbox One and PC in July. 8 new games will arrive in the Xbox Game Pass in July The title expands to 5 on Xbox One and 7 on PC Of course, we won’t stay in July either Xbox Game Pass without an update, and Microsoft recently announced the titles that will be added to the subscription service in the coming weeks, which is now available for PC in addition to Xbox One. The first swallows are arriving today, including games like Middle-earth: Shadow of War or Undertale. And more games…

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We already knew Marc Ecko’s Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure was coming for the Playstation2, but now Atari has announced that this graffiti game will also be coming to Xbox. In this game you take on the role of Trane, whose voice is provided by hip-hop Talib Kweli (who doesn’t know him?). To improve your tags skills, you must successfully complete quests, where you have to put tags and pieces in the most impossible places. For example, to reach the location you will have to punch security people in the mouth, hitch a ride on the roof of a train…

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