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05.25.10
J Allard and Robbie Bach officially exit Microsoft
05.25.10

J Allard and Robbie Bach officially exit Microsoft

Xbox department head Robbie Bach and "Chief Experience Officer" J Allard (considered by some to be...

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01.12.10
Bach: 70-80% of publishers working on Natal-based games
01.12.10

Bach: 70-80% of publishers working on Natal-based games

In an interview with Financial Post, Microsoft president of entertainment and devices Robbie Bach s...

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01.06.10
Alan Wake will stay up late with post-launch DLC 'episodes'
01.06.10

Alan Wake will stay up late with post-launch DLC 'episodes'

Remedy's Xbox 360-exclusive Alan Wake, described as "the TV show Lost, as written by Stephen King,...

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01.06.10
'Xbox Game Room' and 2010 Project Natal launch leaked in CES interview
01.06.10

'Xbox Game Room' and 2010 Project Natal launch leaked in CES interview

[Update, 5:30pm: And off comes the rumor tag! Microsoft may have pulled the post but the original v...

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10.15.09
Microsoft discusses Wii-esque Project Natal branding strategy
10.15.09

Microsoft discusses Wii-esque Project Natal branding strategy

digg_url = 'http://www.joystiq.com/2009/10/15/microsoft-discusses-wii-esque-project-natal-branding...

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10.07.09
Robbie Bach unsure about the future of handheld gaming for Microsoft
10.07.09

Robbie Bach unsure about the future of handheld gaming for Microsoft

When questioned about the possibility of a dedicated gaming handheld vs a phone with multimedia fun...

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10.07.09
Project Natal price to launch with room to drop
10.07.09

Project Natal price to launch with room to drop

Speaking at the First Annual Microsoft Open House in Manhattan yesterday, E&D Division prez Rob...

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10.06.09
Microsoft: Avatar clothing changed 150 million times
10.06.09

Microsoft: Avatar clothing changed 150 million times

Speaking at the First Annual Microsoft Open House in NYC, Robbie Bach, president of the company's e...

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01.12.09
Robbie Bach on casual gaming: 60 million songs downloaded from Live
01.12.09

Robbie Bach on casual gaming: 60 million songs downloaded from Live

Speaking to Variety, Microsoft's Robbie Bach discussed Microsoft's performance during 2008, specific...

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