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Microsoft's Conference AfterParty and Call of Duty 4 38

Posted by Zonk
from the booze-and-shmooze dept.
In the wake of yesterday's Microsoft conference, there are further details and updates on what was discussed. Moore dropped the statistic that there are 7 million users on Xbox Live, and mentioned an August 24th release date for the Elite SKU in Canada and Europe. Call of Duty 4 seemed to be the most popular game of the event, with the single-player demo going over very well and news of a multiplayer Beta coming soon raising the eyebrows of FPS gamers. There was, of course, a party afterwards; Dean Takahashi gives us a sense of the event, while Kotaku has some beer-fueled comments from Peter Moore and Shane Kim. N'Gai Croal has the final word, with a point-by-point breakdown of the event.
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Microsoft's Conference AfterParty and Call of Duty 4

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  • by Anonymous Coward on Wednesday July 11, 2007 @01:01PM (#19827053)
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  • If that includes people with silver accounts, let's not kid ourselves...

    I, for one, only have a silver account so I can play Final Fantasy XI. It requires an Xbox Live account for some reason even though Square has their own servers for FF XI. There's no such external account required for the Windows and Playstation 2 versions.

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