Microsoft has promised to extend its Xbox 360 Platinum Hits series to Europe, and plans to unleash a volley of new games next month.
The next round of titles in the Xbox 360 Platinum Hits library will be available on 16 March in North America, Latin America, Japan and Asia-Pacific.
Gamers throughout Europe will be able to get their hands on Call of Duty 2, Dead or Alive 4, Project Gotham Racing 3, Rockstar Games presents Table Tennis, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter, and Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend this month at an estimated retail price of €29.99.
Next month's Platinum Hits releases, starting at an estimated retail price of US$29.99, will include Battlefield 2: Modern Combat, Burnout Revenge, Fight Night Round 3 and Top Spin 2.
"Platinum Hits lets gamers enjoy a broad portfolio of titles at an amazing price and ensures that gamers can get the most from their Xbox 360 with a great library of blockbuster hits," said Jeff Bell, corporate vice president of global marketing at Microsoft's Interactive Entertainment Business.
"So if you missed playing a game the first time around, now there is a great reason to pick it up."
European Xbox 360 gamers go Platinum
By Clement James on Feb 27, 2007 7:54AM