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New Trailer From Microsoft Claims "The Best Games Are On Xbox One"

Posted on Monday, August 19 @ 13:18:44 PST by Alex_Osborn

In an effort to generate as much excitement for the launch of Xbox One as possible, Microsoft has released a new trailer that teases the console's upcoming lineup of games. Give it a look above.

Not all are exclusive and not all are coming day one, but there sure is a lot on the way for gamers to be excited about. With games like TitanfallForza 5, and Dead Rising 3, there is certainly some compelling content that won't be available on PlayStation 4.

According to the video's title, "the best games are on Xbox One."  Do you agree with this bold statement? Let us know why or why not in the comments below. For me, the promise of more Halo is reason enough to be super excited about the console's future.
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