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Mad Catz officially signs on to make Xbox 360 games


10:45 AM on 07.08.2011
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Not controllers. Games. 

Mad Catz, the guys behind all many of third-party controllers and accessories out there, announces today that they've entered into a Publisher License Agreement with Microsoft. This agreement allows Mad Catz to submit games to be published on the Xbox 360.

What are they working on? I heard something about a flight sim MMO awhile back, but I'm sure they have more up their sleeves than just a flight sim MMO. Not that a flight sim MMO isn't cool or anything.  

Darren Richardson, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. stated, "The execution of the Xbox 360 Publisher License Agreement marks an important milestone as we pursue our longer term goal of expanding our participation in developing, publishing and distributing games."






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