Episode 12: Games for Windows and Xbox 360

Episode 12 – Games For Windows and Xbox 360

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Games For Windows and Xbox 360 (June 2, 2006)

To close out the last dedicated E3 episode Jenn gets guided tours through Crysis, Obsidian Edge, Flight Simulator X, and talks with a Microsoft Rep about things to watch for on the horizon including the presently ethereal ‘Live Anywhere’ service. (12:48)

NOTICE: These almost as old as dirt OpenAlpha episodes have the original show notes below meaning plenty — if not all — of the links have been broken thanks to the decay of time and souls. Be warned!

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Proper show notes to come. Before I get the e-mails accusing me of being a Sony hater I have to confess that I wasn’t able to borrow a cameraman during my visit to their booth. Sony has gotten plenty of love from OA through all the PSP coverage when I was accused of being a Nintendo and Microsoft hater anyway ;)

Thanks again to Darren Kitchen from Hak.5 for editing job and Ashley Witt for the OpenAlpha theme.

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The author

Jenn Cutter created OpenAlpha to share her love of gaming, tech, accessories, and all things geeky with the world because her friends were, frankly, sick to death of hearing her going on and on about it. You can follow her @JennCutter, twitch.tv/JennCutter, or be old-fashioned and e-mail jenn @ openalpha.tv, if you want to totally make her day.