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Wednesday, 11 January 2012 06:08

XBLA House Party 2012 titles confirmed

Written by David Stellmack

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Microsoft confirms that it will start February 15t

In what has nearly become an annual event, Microsoft has confirmed that they will be kicking off their Xbox Live Arcade House Party 2012 promotion starting on February 15th.

While Microsoft has not yet released the actual pricing of the titles or in which order the titles will be released as part of the House Part Promotion, they did come clean and tell us what titles to expect. The titles include:

Alan Wake’s American Nightmare – Microsoft Studios
I Am Alive – Ubisoft
Nexuiz – THQ
Warp – Electronic Arts

Those attending CES can get a sneak peak at these titles in the Microsoft booth. Additional information on the specific release dates and pricing is expected to be announced before February 15th; but sources tell us that we should expect the majority of them to go for 1,200 Microsoft Points, or $15, which has become the norm these days.


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