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Posted at 11:07 AM ET, 02/21/2011

Microsoft to make Xbox announcements this week?

By Hayley Tsukayama

Thumbnail image for kinect.jpg Will Microsoft make an announcement about the Xbox this week?

Ahead of the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco next week, WinRumors speculated that Microsoft's press conference later this week might see the announcement of a second wave of Kinect games. WinRumors said that the GDC announcements might be related to the Kinect rumors about a Gears of War or Forza Motorsport 4 title. Microsoft is also expected to release a PC software development kit for the Kinect.

Director of Programming for Xbox Live Larry Hyrb told his podcast listeners to expect "cool news" this week, adding, "You're going to be really happy when you hear all the news, that's all I can say."

By Hayley Tsukayama  | February 21, 2011; 11:07 AM ET
Categories:  Gaming, Windows  
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i'm keeping my fingers crossed for an announcement about HuluPlus. It's been "coming soon" for months now.

Posted by: kickabout | February 21, 2011 5:24 PM | Report abuse

Sony's PS3 Move blows away the kinect from Microsoft.

Posted by: PennyWisetheClown | February 21, 2011 5:43 PM | Report abuse

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