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The Xbox 360 Release List until the end of 2007

The Xbox 360 is on the receiving end of an incredible lineup of games for the latter half of 2007. Here's a list from IGN; I'm not even sure if it's a complete list, and it doesn't cover those surprises like Xbox Live Arcade games or Downloadable Content:

October 23, 2007 Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation
October 24, 2007 Battlestar Galactica Sierra Action
October 28, 2007 Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock RedOctane Music
October 28, 2007 Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock (game only) RedOctane Music
October 29, 2007 Avatar: The Last Airbender -- The Burning Earth THQ Action
October 29, 2007 Cars Mater-National THQ Racing
October 30, 2007 Bee Movie Game Activision Action
October 30, 2007 Chessmaster: Grandmaster Edition Ubisoft Board
October 30, 2007 Naruto: Rise of a Ninja Ubisoft Adventure
October 30, 2007 Simpsons Game, The Electronic Arts Action

October 30, 2007 TimeShift Vivendi Games Shooter
October 30, 2007 Virtua Fighter 5 SEGA Fighting
October 30, 2007 Viva Pinata: Party Animals Microsoft Party
November 5, 2007 BlackSite: Area 51 Midway Games Action
November 5, 2007 Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Activision Shooter
November 5, 2007 Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (Limited Collector's Edition) Activision Shooter

November 6, 2007 Bladestorm: The Hundred Years' War KOEI Strategy
November 6, 2007 Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2008 Activision Hunting
November 6, 2007 F.E.A.R. Files Sierra Shooter
November 6, 2007 LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga LucasArts Action Compilation
November 6, 2007 Scene It? Microsoft Trivia
November 13, 2007 Assassin's Creed Ubisoft Action
November 13, 2007 Assassin's Creed (Limited Edition) Ubisoft Action

November 13, 2007 Beowulf Ubisoft Action
November 13, 2007 Dance Dance Revolution Universe 2 Konami Music
November 13, 2007 Need for Speed ProStreet Electronic Arts Racing
November 13, 2007 Soldier of Fortune: Pay Back Activision Shooter
November 13, 2007 WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw 2008 THQ Wrestling
November 19, 2007 America's Army: True Soldiers Ubisoft Shooter
November 19, 2007 College Hoops 2K8 2K Sports Sports
November 20, 2007 Final Fantasy XI: Vana'diel Collection 2008 Square Enix Compilation
November 20, 2007 Final Fantasy XI: Wings of the Goddess Square Enix RPG
November 20, 2007 History Channel: Battle For the Pacific Activision Action
November 20, 2007 Kane & Lynch: Dead Men Eidos Interactive Action
November 20, 2007 Mass Effect Microsoft RPG
November 20, 2007 Phantasy Star Universe: Ambition of the Illuminus SEGA RPG
November 23, 2007 Rock Band MTV Games Music
November 23, 2007 Rock Band: Special Edition MTV Games Music
November 27, 2007 PopCap Arcade Vol. 1 PopCap Games Compilation
December 4, 2007 Golden Compass, The SEGA Action
December 11, 2007 Madden NFL 08 En EspaƱol Electronic Arts Sports
December 17, 2007 MX Vs. ATV Untamed THQ Racing
December 18, 2007 NCAA March Madness 08 Electronic Arts Sports

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