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All Microsoft-themed articles this week must feature at least one Halo: Reach image With TGS upon us it's time for the companies to begin the show and tell process. Thankfully, Microsoft has just released the full list of games which they'll have available at this week's show. It's quite a hefty dollop of stuff indeed, and gamers should be very pleased with all that's being offered. Hit the jump for the full list. Read More


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Hudson Soft Doesn't Announce New Bonk, Bomberman, and Rooms Titles

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