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 Mar 15, 2007 - 11:04 AM - by Michael
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1up's got some interesting stuff in an interview with Shane Kim:

With the success Halo 2 enjoyed at retail, would Microsoft even entertain shipping the game outside of the oft-expected November timeframe? According to Kim, it's not really up to Microsoft: "We don't tell Bungie when they have to ship Halo 3. If they can get out before GTA4, they probably feel like that's better, sort of like Xbox 360 coming out before PlayStation 3." But would Bungie and Microsoft actually ship Halo 3 outside of the November window? As Kim pointed out, they've had success shipping titles outside of November before: "What happened in September of 2004? In September of 2004 we released Fable, Fable got big sales and then in November got big sales again," Kim said. "I just believe great titles can get the double bump and I think Halo 3 is going to be that."


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