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Big Microsoft first-party title canceled

1up - November 10, 2007


Submitted by -THE-RAY- (19) at 4:21AM PST on November 11, 2007


1up Yours this week (11/09/07) mentions a couple of "hot rumors" near the end of the podcast. Here are the transcripts from the relevant segments in the podcast
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Rumor Xbox Sports Network Returning

xboxfamily.com - December 7, 2007


Submitted by -THE-RAY- (19) at 3:58AM PST on December 8, 2007


Weve heard rumblings throughout the week and have yet to get confirmation, but we hope its true. Two major companies are working together to bring back XSN. More after the jump: XSN was the original sports line for the Xbox brand. The short lived line of sports games ran from 2003 to 2004 with the face of the line being Peyton Manning who was the cover athlete for NFL Fever.
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Michael Bay: Microsoft is the Real Problem

blu-ray - December 4, 2007


Submitted by -THE-RAY- (19) at 2:39PM PST on December 4, 2007


Outspoken director Michael Bay has once again posted a note on his website in regards to the format war, this time calling out Microsoft. He pointed out, similar to what many insiders have been saying for a while, that Microsoft was only trying to destroy both formats in order to usher in digital downloads. Mr. Bay called Blu-ray the "superior" format and hinted that Microsoft was behind the now infamous Paramount payoff.
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Bungie Actually Leaving Microsoft?

Game Informer - October 2, 2007


Submitted by yamaro (40) at 3:27PM PST on October 2, 2007


Rumors are floating abound that Halo masterminds Bungie will be leaving Microsoft. While the majority of Internet denizens are stating that this could never happen and that it's not true, we've heard the opposite. From a source close to Bungie, Game Informer has learned this rumor has some merit. It looks like with Halo 3, Bungie really is finishing the fight. Our source stated that Bungie is "tired of making Halo, and didn't want to do future Halo games." For an unstated, but significant amount of money, Bungie shareholders bought the studio name back from Microsoft. Our source also revealed that even though Microsoft will retain the rights to Halo, Microsoft also has "the right of first refusal on future games." This means that Microsoft has the first shot at publishing Bungie's future titles.
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INTERVIEW: Microsoft and GamesIndustry

gamesindustry - December 11, 2007


Submitted by -THE-RAY- (19) at 10:57AM PST on December 11, 2007


To find out why it took to long to leave US boundaries, and what the future holds for the service, GamesIndustry spent some time with Stephen McGill, Microsoft's head of Gaming and Entertainment UK, and Robin Burrowes, Xbox Live marketing manager for the UK.
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