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 Written by John Scalzo  on November 14, 2005

News: Microsoft announces the official launch day lineup. Move along, no surprises here.



Micorsoft has finally dropped the official launch day lineup for the Xbox 360. And it comes with no surprises or delays. But if you've been living without Internet access for the last few weeks, here it is:

Amped 3
Call of Duty 2
Condemned: Criminal Origins
FIFA 06
Gun
Kameo: Elements of Power
King Kong
Madden NFL 06
NBA 2K6
NBA Live 06
Need for Speed Most Wanted
NHL 2K6
Perfect Dark Zero
Project Gotham Racing 3
Quake 4
Ridge Racer 6
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 06
Tony Hawk's American Wasteland

We'll see you on the other side.



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