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Fable III, Halo: Reach to be showcased at X10

27 Jan 10

An invite-only press event in San Francisco on February 11 – Microsoft’s X10 – will see Lionhead Studios’ upcoming RPG Fable III showcased for the first time.

Other impending Xbox 360 exclusives understood to be showcased at the event include Halo: Reach, Alan Wake, Crackdown 2, Splinter Cell: Conviction, Left 4 Dead 2’s DLC and Microsoft’s Game Room.

Stay tuned to Game Console for any coverage as it unfolds from February 12 NZ time.

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