Xbox World 360 details GoldenEye piece

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 26 February 2008 06:25 GMT

Following reports yesterday that Microsoft had rubbished Xbox World 360’s hints that GoldenEye was coming to XBLA, the mag in question has come out of the closet and admitted what it does have on the game in its next issue, out tomorrow.

It’s four pages of screens and some quotes from Microsoft, and it sounds as though they got to play it. Let this be a lesson to you, Xbox World 360 magazine from the UK: unless you speak with absolute clarity your words will be torn apart and you will be destroyed by teh internets. You’re probably sitting there shouting, “But we never said it was coming to XBLA!” You’re probably stamping your little feet. Teh internets don’t care. Happy to help.

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