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With Microsoft nailing out several films in the Halo universe and announcing Xbox Entertainment Studios to create premium television experiences, the publisher is looking through its catalogue for candidates for a one-time spot and/or series on television.

Jordan Levin, Vice President of Xbox Entertainment Studios, said in a statement last week that it was looking at various self-owned franchises as those that "most immediately come to mind": Forza Motorsport (which is difficult to think as a series, maybe Cars-like?), State of Decay (oh, now you're talking), Gears of War (it certainly has the following), Fable (has all the makings of a traditional fantasy myth), and Age of Empires (lots of freedom there).

As for myself, I would love to see an animation series based around Banjo-Kazooie, if just to jump-start the franchise and in part because I think that kids even today would be enraptured in its bright, shiny, honeycomb universe.

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