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Microsoft today officially launched its new brand of sports video games, XSN Sports. XSN Sports video games will feature technology that will for the first time link the ...

Quang Hong

August 28, 2003

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Microsoft today officially launched its new brand of sports video games, XSN Sports. XSN Sports video games will feature technology that will for the first time link the Xbox, Xbox Live, and PC. XSN Sports offers gamers the ability to set up leagues, build tournaments and analyze scouting reports on a centralized Web site, XSNsports.com. XSNsports.com allows players to battle each other in a personalized and password-protected 16-game user-created season. Players can also challenge top-ranked online competitors in a worldwide tournament and settle scores with their rivals. XSNsports.com provides users with their own virtual sports page chronicling their exploits and broadcasting up-to-date statistics, standings, tendencies and trade proposals every 15 minutes. The first XSN Sports title is Microsoft's NFL Fever 2004, which hits store shelves today to coincide with the launch of XSNsports.com and the XSN Sports brand. In addition to NFL Fever 2004, other XSN Sports titles coming this fall include: Top Spin, Amped 2, NBA Inside Drive 2004, Links 2004, and NHL Rivals 2004

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