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Which game are you looking forward to the most?

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 Written by John Scalzo  on May 26, 2005

News: Microsoft has kindly posted up some high-definition E3 trailers for download.



Microsoft is offering up some interesting new items in the MS Download Center: High-Definition (720p) trailers of 15 Xbox 360 games, along with a special EA compilation trailer. These are the games you'll be drooling over:

Call of Duty 2
Condemned: Criminal Origins
Dead Rising
Demonik
Final Fantasy XI
Frame City Killer
Full Auto
Kameo: Elements of Power
Madden NFL 2006
NBA 2K6
NHL 2K6
Quake 4
Saint's Row
Test Drive Unlimited
The Darkness
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 3

They range in size of 67 MB to 178 MB and the system requirements for playing 720p video won't be met by everybody:

Microsoft Windows XP
Windows Media Player 9 Series
2.4 GHz processor or equivalent
384 MB of RAM
64 MB video card
1024x768 screen resolution
16-bit sound card with attached speakers.

But, if you can handle that, happy downloading.

Download the High-Def E3 trailers here



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