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Microsoft has announced that this year it will again "bring home" the E3 Media & Business Summit via its Xbox Live service with high-definition videos of its first- and third-party Xbox 360 content like Assassin’s Creed and BioShock.

Brandon Boyer

July 2, 2007

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Microsoft has announced that this year it will again "bring home" the E3 Media & Business Summit via its Xbox Live service with high-definition videos of its first- and third-party Xbox 360 content like Assassin’s Creed and BioShock. Starting Tuesday, July 10 through Friday, July 13, Microsoft will release the content through the Xbox Live Marketplace for its second "E3: Bringing It Home," campaign. This year, Microsoft promises trailers, themes, gamer pictures and demos of games including: Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation, Assassin’s Creed, BioShock, Blue Dragon, Burnout Paradise, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, FIFA Soccer 08, Guitar Hero III, Lost Odyssey, Madden NFL 08, NCAA Football 08, Need for Speed: ProStreet, Project Gotham Racing 4, The Simpsons Game, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 and WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2008. In May of last year, Microsoft said that over 1.5 million consumers connected to Xbox Live for the first Bringing It Home campaign, downloading over 5 million pieces of content during the seven days of E3, which then included the first Halo 3 trailer and Konami's initial Lost Planet demo.

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