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A Tale of Two Xbox 360s

Season 4, Ep 30, Aired 8/26/05
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  • Episode Description
  • Last week, Microsoft released their pricing details for the Xbox 360. Gamers got a surprise in that they get to choose between the standard version and a suped-up premium version for $100US more. That's why we tracked down Peter Moore, Microsoft Corporate Vice President of Global Publishing and Marketing, to call in and tries to give us some answers on the decision, the reaction competitors may have, and most importantly, what this means for gamers. Then, we catch up with ex-graffiti artist turned fashion designer, now game desinger Mark Ecko, on his block party being revoked. Plus, Amer Ajami visits the studio to talk about the next Lord of the Rings game: Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth II.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Geoff Keighley

    Host

  • Laura Foy

    Host

  • Tina Wood

    Host

  • Peter Moore

    Himself

  • Marc Ecko

    Himself

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (7)

    • Marc Ecko: In 5th grade, I must have been 10 years old. I don't know how old you are in 5th grade. Laura: Tina was 17.

    • Geoff: You guys do lots of Lord of the Rings games, you ever gonna sorta run out of these things? Are we gonna see Lord of the Rings, you know, DDR?

    • Tina: Oprah's giving away a car with every Xbox.

    • Peter Moore: This is the software business, there are no guarantees.

    • Caller: Whats up with Xbox 360 pricing? Come on, I sat here and priced it out. Gonna cost me $700 if I want a memory card, an extra controller, just to get on and play some games. That is a lot of money.

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    Notes (1)

    • Flame Wars Nintendo DS (Tina) vs. PSP (Geoff) Message Board results: Nintendo DS - 75% PSP - 25%

    Allusions (1)

    • Title: A Tale of Two Xbox 360s The title is a reference to the book "A Tale of Two Cities", written by Charles Dickens.

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