Microsoft E3 Rumors: MSG4 For Xbox 360, Xbox Fluid Motion Sensor, Richter Game

Posted: May 14 2009, 11:40am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:23pm CDT, in News | E3


Microsoft E3 Rumors: MSG4 for Xbox 360, Xbox Fluid Motion Sensor, Richter Game
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A man claiming to be a well-placed gaming journalist has been leaking Microsoft rumors via his twitter account. The journalist, who goes by "Game Fork" on twitter, has an awful lot of information about Microsoft's E3 line-up, and what he says seems to gel with what we've already heard confirmed. We won't know if "Game Fork" is on the level until E3, but we've got his whole list of rumors here, to keep you up on the latest E3 info.

-The Xbox 360 motion sensor from 3DV will be marketed under the name "Xbox Fluid".

-Metal Gear Solid 4 is finally coming to the Xbox.

-A 360-only downloadable expansion episode for Grand Theft Auto IV, supposedly entitled "Blood and a Four Leaf Clover."

-A new Peter Molyneux (of Fable fame) game, going under the name "Richter" right now.

-Forza Motorsport 3 will be revealed, and full playable demos will be on the expo floor.

-Two new games. One is set to be a GTA-type game, and the other is supposedly a "graphically stunning, massively open" horror game.

-Lost Planet 2, Assassin's Creed 2, BioShock 2, Halo 3: 0DST, and Splinter Cell: Conviction will all be making appearances.

Officially, Microsoft won't confirm or deny any of this. Personally, this all smells pretty real to me. Nothing Game Fork's told us sounds particularly outlandish, and much of it is perfectly in line with what we already know. The only thing here that sounds somewhat iffy is the MGS4 port, but that still has months of rumors behind it.

We'll know the truth come E3, but I won't be surprised if every bit of this turns out to be 100% true.

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