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Tuesday, 26 June 2007 21:48

Halo 3 comes back to school

Written by Nermin Hajdarbegovic

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DCC 2007: Microsoft Central Europe VP confirms


During his keynote, Microsoft's Central and Eastern Europe VP, came out with some interesting XboX news. Vahe Torossian confirmed that the highly anticipated Halo 3 will be out by the back to school period.

On top of that, he also announced Vole's plans to have 300 XboX 360 games out till the holiday season.

This means you can expect your kids to start hiding their report cards pretty soon, unless you bought them a Playstation 3 instead.

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