Xbox Live Community Games to get a name change

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 11 June 2009 19:44 GMT

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Microsoft has decided to change the name of its Xbox Live Community Games to Xbox Live Indie Games, reports Gamasutra.

The company’s reasoning is so that gamers can have a better “understanding and discoverability” of independent titles via the service.

Makes more sense really.

Expect the change to occur sometime after July.

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