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Posted 2003-05-13 by Tony Walsh
 
 
     
 
A big fat handful of titles for the Xbox has been officially announced, including sequels "Halo 2," "Conker: Live and Uncut," and "Project Gotham Racing? 2." Other titles this year: "Kameo : Elements of Power," "Grabbed by the Ghoulies," "Fable," and a version of the venerable "Counter-Strike." Also of note is the new XSN Sports imprint, integrating Xbox sports games with an online component, wireless gadgets and PCs.
 
     
 
   
 
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Comment posted by Mash
May 13, 2003 @ 1:02 pm
     
 
Ugh, talk of Xbox makes me physically ill. I wish gamers would not support Microsoft's move to control the gaming industry. There are enough good games on the PC, PS2 and Gamecube to satisfy any gamer. Why be a party to MS's monopoly in another sector? Cnet is reporting today that their Xbox division's loss has doubled in the 3rd quarter, year to year, to $190 million. A mere bag of shells to them though as their operating system division had a profit of $1.99 billion(yes, with a "b") in the same quarter. So, they're happy to throw a few hundred million down the drain for a few years flooding the market with products. Soon Nintendo will fade away and PS will be left with a token marketshare. Then MS will start making a profit in gaming...and we will all be paying for it.
 
     
 
     
   
 
Comment posted by Tony Walsh
May 13, 2003 @ 1:11 pm
     
 
Agreed on most points, Mash. Xbox is not my favorite platform. To Xbox's credit, though, the barrier to entry for developers is a lot lower than for PS2 or Gamecube. It's also (as far as I understand) easier to develop for the Xbox since it's really a PC inside. I can't see the Playstation fading away. Nintendo, maybe.
 
     
 
     
   
 
Comment posted by Orneryboy
May 13, 2003 @ 4:21 pm
     
 
And Nintendo will fade away because of their own stupid laziness, and their habit of screwing their customers again and again.
 
     
 
     
   
 
 
     
 
     
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