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Any 360 third party not multi platform?

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    I went up to the local video store to hire a game and blu-ray movie (and none were there).

    Anyway I noticed Saints Row is coming out for PS3 and now I was just wondering whether any x-box third party games that are not going cross platform?

    I am meaning the good games that are out, the ones you'll brag about :brow:
    We all know Oblivion is coming out, as is Saints Row, plus Guitar Hero is 360 as well.
    So I am just curious.
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    Off the top of my head, I can mention Gears, Lost Planet, Dead Rising, Bioshock and Mass Effect.

    I wasn't impressed at all with Lost Planet and Dead Rising, but they have been very popular for the 360. The last two look promising. Bioshock might actually make its way to the PS3 later on.
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    isn't Gears Mircosoft made?
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    Nope... it was developed by Epic Games, the creators of the Unreal Engine.
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    That's what I don't get.

    Gears is a massively popular game, why not multi-platform it and milk it for what it is worth
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    http://www.gamesindustry.biz/content_page.php?aid=23676

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    Quite a few exclusives.
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