5 New “Must-Have” Games Coming to Windows Phone in February

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At CES this week, Microsoft is previewing 5 new Xbox LIVE games that will be coming to the Windows Phone Marketplace in February. Some of them we’ve seen previewed before and have been waiting quite a while to see released. We don’t know exactly when each of these will come out just yet, nor do we know the prices, but which ones are you going to plan on dropping a few dollars for next month?

First up is Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction from Gameloft. This is an action stealth military style shooting game and looks pretty similar to the iPhone version of the same name.

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Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit from Electronic Arts is also on its way. This will be the second “Need for Speed” game for Windows Phone.

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Toy Soldiers: Boot Camp from Microsoft Studios will be a Windows Phone exclusive that brings a version of the popular Toy Soldiers Xbox game to the small screen.

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BulletAsylum by Microsoft Studios is a faster upbeat version of the old “Missle Command” with cooler graphics, sound effects, and more firepower.

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Chickens Can’t Fly from Microsoft Studios is another game that we actually got to see at Comic Con NY last year, but hasn’t been released yet. The game is about performing experiments on chickens, but it will also support a few cool features such as multiple live tiles and unlockable ringtones.

Source: Windows Phone Blog

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