Microsoft announcement at CES 2010: Game Room

Last week at Microsoft’s press conference in CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2010 highlighted a couple of announcements surrounding the Xbox 360. One of which was a real time arcade game room would be coming later this year for the Xbox 360. The game room would compile of several floors filled with none other then old school arcade games (atari 2600 etc.) that can be bought and put into your own game room space. Players will be able to face each other over 2 player matches with games that support it, real time leader boards and experience authentic arcade originals. Games can be bought on cross platform, PC and Xbox 360 for $5, just on one platform for $3 or rented out for $0.50 giving you 2 sessions much like tokens. Each room can be customizable and you can even invite your friend to your game room. We’ll have more as it comes in.



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