Xbox Singapore Media Showcase Wrap-Up
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- Sep 9, 2012
GameSpot Asia's Randolph Ramsay and Jonathan Toyad dish out their two cents on the recent Xbox Singapore media showcase, featuring Resident Evil 6, Black Ops II, Dead or Alive 5, Halo 4 and Dance Central 3.
Excellent, another week full of evidence to confirm that I am missing nothing by not having an XBox.
Don't want to issue a fanboy comment, but there is really isn't much to showcase from Xbox front. It is sad for them as initially at the start of the generation they had the most exclusives.
@Gamer_4_Fun yea! you're right! Microsoft is killing the Xbox360 slowly!
@Gamer_4_Fun totally agreed. i thought there would be japanese exclusives but i think they totally gave up on asia, or asia gave up on them. well at least its still really strong in u.s.
@Gamer_4_Fun At least there was Halo 4 and Dance Central 3 which look really good IMO. And I'm sure many will be playing COD Blops 2 on Xbox 360, I know I will be.