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Posted on Monday, June 4 @ 10:39:58 Eastern by Sebastian_Moss


While Microsoft's conference so far has mostly been focused on media features, the platform holder has also announced a trio of new games for Xbox Live Arcade:
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  2. LocoCycle from developer Twisted Pixel.
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