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Old May 13th, 2005, 12:10 PM   #26
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Perfect dark zero will blow everyone away it will be what halo was for xbox 360 and then some, just watch and see.
Well after seeing it on MTV I can honestly say I was MUCH more excited when I saw the first Xbox/Halo videos back during that E3. Hell I was excited about Halo when they showed the 3rd person PC version at least a year or two before that.

PDO sounds like it has a long ways to go before it can be compared to what Halo was for the first Xbox. sub-par graphics, and word that the framerate is downright awful isn't going to blow anybody away.

Anyway, I'm eager to see more about the Xbox 360 now, at E3. I'm pretty interested in some of the titles they've already mentioned, and the system specs, and some of the stuff we'll be able to do with the console, sounds great. I will say I wouldn't mind the release being another year away, but a new poweful console will be cool... and from the sounds of it it doesn't seem like games will suddenly stop flowing, on Xbox, once 360 releases. Hopefully that's true, and for those not ready to spend the cash, they can still get new titles on their original Xbox
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