[i]Texas Hold 'Em Poker[/i], the Xbox Live Arcade game announced by Bill Gates and Peter Moore earlier this year, was supposed to come out this summer season, and was scheduled to be a free game. However, for reasons unknown, the game now has no release date, and no confirmed price. The only thing that we do know is that it will no longer be free.
However, that's not to say that Microsoft's Xbox Live Arcade schedule is empty. The service is getting [i]Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting[/i] next week, with [i]Pac-Man[/i] coming the week after.
We'll have more info on [i]Poker[/i] and other Live Arcade games in the future.
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