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Nintendo to Debut New Game Machine Next Year (thanks HomeLAN Fed) reports: "Nintendo Co., the world's biggest maker of hand-held game players, plans to introduce a new video- game machine in Japan next year to stem losses and defend its share of an $8 billion market for hardware and software. The device will be unveiled at the Electronic Entertainment Exposition next May in Los Angeles, Senior Managing Director Yoshihiro Mori told reporters in Osaka. He didn't say whether it will be a new GameBoy hand-held or a version of the Kyoto-based company's GameCube home-use console." Also, "Microsoft Game Studios today announced that NBA Inside Drive 2004 for Xbox® has gone gold and is scheduled to slam dunk into stores in North America on November 18 for an estimated retail price of $49.99 (U.S)." Meanwhile, this report and this one on Halo.Bungie.Org and this one on Gamesindustry.biz emphatically quash speculation on places like Gigex, clarifying that reports of an imminent Xbox Live! enabled version of Halo, or even Halo 2, are completely false (thanks Pat & Frans).
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