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Will you buy an Xbox One X on November 7?


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 Written by Patrick Mulhern  on January 08, 2008

News: Microsoft brings nine more titles under the Games For Windows brand

Microsoft updated the CES crowd yesterday with news of nine titles being labeled under the firm's Games For Windows brand. Unfortunately none of the titles are new to the scene.

Alone in the Dark (Atari)
Bionic Commando (Capcom)
Conflict: Denied Ops (Eidos Interactive)
Empire: Total War (SEGA)
LEGO Indiana Jones (LucasArts)
Microsoft Train Simulator 2 (Microsoft Game Studios)
Sins of a Solar Empire (Stardock)
Space Siege (SEGA)
Tomb Raider: Underworld (Eidos Interactive)

The massive software/hardware corporation also reiterated that it has a handful of high-profile titles launching for the brand in 2008 including Borderlands (2K Games), The Club (Sega), Fallout 3 (Bethesda Softworks) and Frontlines: Fuel of War (THQ). In true Microsoft form, the company also managed to gloat a bit, explaining that 20% of last year's PC titles came from the Games For Windows brand.

Sounds like someone is begging for some competition.

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