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Very Interesting Article

I didnt realise Microsoft demanded so much equality between cross platform games. Sure this Sony exec is bound to dislike this MS policy... But seriously, isnt MS taking this a bit too far?

Quote 'Should content not be shipped simultaneously with competing platforms in all regions where the content is available, or should the content and features available on the Xbox 360 not be in parity with versions on competing platforms, then Microsoft reserves the right to not allow that content to be published for Xbox 360 or released on Xbox Live marketplace.'

I wonder how Sony was able to get all those recent EA games "Dead Space 2, Battlefield 3 etc"to have extra content, and did EA just refuse to listen to Microsofts policy? Would be very interesting to find out about all this. I can understand EA's stance with Battlefield 3 as Microsoft is very much backing COD, and also with its much higher sales on the Xbox.

But then again, would MS seriously back this policy up, if lets to say, a publisher released a AAA game that was far superior on another platform and refused to have it equal on all, would MS honestly refuse this game to be published on the Xbox?

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