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First-party DLC soon - Microsoft

PGR3, PDZ, Kameo stuff.

Microsoft says that we can expect a new wave of downloadable content for its first-party launch titles Project Gotham Racing 3, Perfect Dark Zero and Kameo: Elements of Power before spring is out.

It also reiterated that Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting, Uno and Texas Hold 'Em Poker will be out on Xbox Live Arcade - given the "this is our spring line-up ZOMG" style of the press release, presumably quite soon.

On the DLC front, cars and achievements are mentioned for PGR3, multiplayer maps for PDZ, and co-operative gameplay and costumes for Kameo (something we've heard about before, over and above the co-op included in the game itself).

Microsoft also painted a broader picture of the games we can expect during the spring on Xbox 360. Don't get too excited - the only actually new one is 2006 FIFA World Cup, which isn't exactly earth-shattering. Otherwise it's a mix of stuff that's out or nearly out - take a look and make a note of anything you're into.

Microsoft's spring line-up, which prompted Peter Moore to declare, "there has never been a better time to own an Xbox 360" - something those ebay sods from last November probably disagree with.

  • 2006 FIFA World Cup (EA Sports)
  • Battlefield 2: Modern Combat (EA Games)
  • Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII (Ubisoft)
  • Burnout: Revenge (EA Games
  • Dynasty Warriors 5 Empires (KOEI)
  • Far Cry Instincts Predator (Ubisoft)
  • Final Fantasy XI (Square Enix)
  • Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter (Ubisoft)
  • Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend (Eidos)
  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (2K Games)
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth II (EA Games)
  • The Outfit (THQ)
  • Top Spin 2 (2K Sports)
  • Rockstar Games Presents Table Tennis (Rockstar Games)
  • Rumble Roses XX (Konami)
  • X-Men: The Official Game (Activision)
  • Football Manager (Sega)
  • MotoGP 2006 (THQ)
  • Test Drive Unlimited (Atari)

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