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 Feb 24, 2006 - 11:00 AM - by Michael
* 360's second wave

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Businessweek got some juicy tidbits from Shane Kim regarding Halo 3 and the next wave of Xbox360 titles:

With the first generation of Xbox we waited a year before launching Live; this year everything went out together. It would have been better to have more time with the development hardware. But this is not a trivial undertaking. It's very challenging to create this hardware and a network like this.

But I look at the quality of the launch games that came out and that is how to analyse the platform's success. Call of Duty is a great game, and Perfect Dark, Gotham, Kameo, Need For Speed are all great games. The launch portfolio was full of good games. There wasn't anything quirky that might hurt the platform or anything that really rose to the top. It was a level playing field for everybody.

 

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