Xbox LIVE coming to Windows Phone 7

Microsoft Corp. announced that Xbox LIVE is coming to a Windows Phone 7 this holiday and also reveals the first wave of game titles from famous publishers such as Gameloft, Konami, Namco Bandai, PopCap and THQ.  As they said “Windows Phone 7 Marks a New Era in Mobile Gaming.”

Windows Phone 7 featuring Xbox LIVE , allows you to connect and play games with your friends and as well on your Xbox360 you could create a Xbox LIVE profile to access your avatar, gamerscore, achievements, friend lists. Also share scores and earn recognition for your accomplishments across the phone, web, and Xbox, and even earn achievements on Windows Phone that add to your Xbox LIVE gamerscore.

Xbox Live on Windows Phone

Popular Xbox LIVE gaming and community features:

  • Be omnipotent: View, access, and launch your full game library from one easy-to-navigate hub.
  • Get mad props: Earn, view, and track achievements, view Xbox LIVE leaderboards and build your gamerscore every time you play an Xbox LIVE title.
  • Personalize your mobile experience: Connect to your Xbox LIVE profile and avatar, or easily create a new one right from the phone.
  • Get tricky: Access Spotlight feeds, including the latest game titles, breaking news from Xbox LIVE, game tips and tricks, and more.
  • Play before you pay: Easily find, try, and buy the games you want, either in the Marketplace or Games hub.
  • Flaunt your skills: Invite, connect, and play against friends on other Windows Phone 7 phones or PCs with turn-based (asynchronous) multiplayer gaming.

“We believe that no matter where life takes you, the best in gaming and entertainment should follow,” said Marc Whitten, corporate vice president of Xbox LIVE at Microsoft. “Windows Phone 7 takes a different approach to handheld gaming, utilizing Xbox LIVE, Microsoft Game Studios, leading game publishers, and innovative indie developers, to create powerful, shared experiences for everyone.”

Check the full list of games:

  • “3D Brick Breaker Revolution” (Digital Chocolate)
  • “Age of Zombies” (Halfbrick)
  • “Armor Valley” (Protégé Games)
  • “Asphalt 5” (Gameloft)
  • “Assassins Creed” (Gameloft)
  • “Bejeweled™ LIVE” (PopCap)
  • “Bloons TD” (Digital Goldfish)
  • “Brain Challenge” (Gameloft)
  • “Bubble Town 2” (i-Play)
  • “Butterfly” (Press Start Studio)
  • “CarneyVale Showtime” (MGS)
  • “Castlevania” (Konami Digital Entertainment)
  • “Crackdown 2: Project Sunburst” (MGS)
  • “De Blob Revolution” (THQ)
  • “Deal or No Deal 2010” (i-Play)
  • “Earthworm Jim” (Gameloft)
  • “Fast & Furious 7” (i-Play)
  • “Fight Game Rivals” (Rough Cookie)
  • “Finger Physics” (Mobliss Inc.)
  • “Flight Control” (Namco Bandai)
  • “Flowerz” (Carbonated Games)
  • “Frogger” (Konami Digital Entertainment)
  • “Fruit Ninja” (Halfbrick)
  • “Game Chest-Board” (MGS)
  • “Game Chest-Card” (MGS)
  • “Game Chest-Logic” (MGS)
  • “Game Chest-Solitaire” (MGS)
  • “GeoDefense” (Critical Thought)
  • “Ghostscape” (Psionic)
  • “Glow Artisan” (Powerhead Games)
  • “Glyder 2” (Glu Mobile)
  • “Guitar Hero 5” (Glu Mobile)
  • “Halo Waypoint” (MGS)
  • “Hexic Rush” (Carbonated Games)
  • “I Dig It” (InMotion)
  • “iBlast Moki” (Godzilab)
  • “ilomilo” (MGS)
  • “Implode XL” (IUGO)
  • “Iquarium” (Infinite Dreams)
  • “Jet Car Stunts” (True Axis)
  • “Let’s Golf 2” (Gameloft)
  • “Little Wheel” (One click dog)
  • “Loondon” (Flip N Tale)
  • “Max and the Magic Marker” (PressPlay)
  • “Mini Squadron” (Supermono Limited)
  • “More Brain Exercise” (Namco Bandai)
  • “O.M.G.” (Arkedo)
  • “Puzzle Quest 2” (Namco Bandai)
  • “Real Soccer 2” (Gameloft)
  • “The Revenants” (Chaotic Moon)
  • “Rise of Glory” (Revo Solutions)
  • “Rocket Riot” (Codeglue)
  • “Splinter Cell Conviction” (Gameloft)
  • “Star Wars: Battle for Hoth” (THQ)
  • “Star Wars: Cantina” (THQ)
  • “The Harvest” (MGS)
  • “The Oregon Trail” (Gameloft)
  • “Tower Bloxx NY” (Digital Chocolate)
  • “Twin Blades” (Press Start Studio)
  • “UNO” (Gameloft)
  • “Women’s Murder Club: Death in Scarlet” (i-Play)
  • “Zombie Attack!” (IUGO)
  • “Zombies!!!!” (Babaroga)

Additional titles in the launch portfolio will be released between now and the Windows Phone 7 launch this holiday season; once the phone launches, new Xbox LIVE titles also will be added to the games portfolio every week.

Related posts

Sharp reveals 10.1-inch business tablet

On March 27 this year the Japanese company Sharp will launch a new 10.1-inch business oriented tablet that will come under the product name RW-T110. The new business tablet measures 259x180x99 mm, weighs 640 grams and sports a 10.1-inch display that works at 1280x800 pixel...

PlayStation Network Video Delivery Service now available for Europe

Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) further expanded its PlayStation® entertainment experience today with the launch of the PlayStation®Network video delivery service for Europe. Now available in France, Germany, Spain and the UK, with other countries to follow in 2010, the service allows...

AMD prepares Radeon R9 390 with 4 GB VRAM

AMD prepares Radeon R9 390 with 4 GB VRAM

AMD is getting ready to launch a cut-down version of its high-end Radeon R9 390 video card that will feature “just” 4 GB of GDDR5 memory, instead of the 8 GB found in the current crop of R9 390 cards. By doing this AMD will try to be more competitive in the market segment below the GeForce GTX...

Leave a comment