Microsoft's Arcade House Party Kicks for Xbox Live

With Microsoft's "House Party" set to start next week, Microsoft has reveled what titles are coming out and at what time. They've also decided to divulge the going price for each new game. There are expected to be five new titles being featured at this years event. The event is scheduled to run for a full month beginning February 16th. The first event will showcase "Hard Corps: Uprising" which was developed by the author Konami. Next up will be "Bejeweled Blitz Live" expected to include a 16-player party mode and that is expected to release on February 23rd. The third title to showcase will be "Beyond Good & Evil HD", a remake of the classic Ubisoft title and that will arrive to fans March 2nd. The fourth title will be "Torchlight". A title which to date has sold over 800,000 for the PC alone and it is expected to go live on March 9th. Finally "Full House Poker" will be the fifth title to showcase at the event which will showcase on March 16th thus wrapping up this years Microsoft Arcade Party House.

This years House Party by Microsoft kicks off in February

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