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Images: Games line up for Xbox 360

Microsoft is gathering game titles to be ready for the launch of Xbox 360 on Nov. 22.
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Perfect Dark Zero

Microsoft is filling out its lineup card for Xbox 360 games that will be available when the console launches on Nov. 22, 2005. The company expects 15-20 games at the debut although only eight games are definite right now.

Perhaps the most interest so far has been on game developer Rare's first sequel to the bestseller "Perfect Dark"--called "Perfect Dark Zero." Agent Joanna Dark returns in this first-person shooter.

Gamespot has more information from Microsoft's press event.

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Kameo: Elements of Power

Kameo, the heroine of "Kameo: Elements of Power" must transform into various monsters to save the world in another Rare game.

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Madden NFL 06

Another title, Madden NFL 06, is widely anticipated for the Xbox 360 even though versions of it have been around since August on all the current game console systems.

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NBA 2K6

A different kind of shooter hits a three in 2K Sports "NBA 2K6." This will be ready at launch.

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Project Gotham Racing 3

Another game on the definite list, "Project Gotham Racing 3" by Bizarre Creations features supercar racing in HD.

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Tiger Woods

You can reserve tee time with Tiger Woods as your partner in Electronic Arts' "Tiger Woods PGA Tour '06" on Nov. 22.

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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter

Ubisoft's tactical shooter series finds Xbox 360 with "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter." It's on the potential list.

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Gears of War

Tactics and survival are key to defeating the Locust Horde in "Gears of War"--developed by the creators of the "Unreal" franchise Epic Games. This game didn't make the launch list but is expected in 2006.

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Quake 4

Id Software brings one of the video game classics back to life with "Quake 4." Gamers hope this one makes the cut.

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