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September 11, 2007: NFL Play Action Football 2008 was released for the GameCube X, as the first title that was developed by the Phoenix-based office of Angel Studios.

September 11, 2007: Zoey 101: Field Trip Fiasco was released for the Nintendo DS and Sega Gizmondo by THQ.

September 17, 2007: Stuntman: Ignition was released for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3 and the GameCube X.

September 24, 2007: Vivendi Games began offering pre-orders for a video game adaptation of the upcoming Steven Spielberg-directed film Tyson: The Man and His Dream, to be developed by Swordfish Studios.

September 25, 2007: Balls of Fury was released for the GameCube X, Nintendo DS and Sega Gizmondo.

September 27, 2007: NBA Courtside 2008 was released for the GameCube X by Microsoft Game Studios.
 
September 17, 2007: Eternal Sonata, the JRPG made by Baten Kaitos co-creators Tri-Crescendo is released for the GameCube X.

October 2, 2007: Metropolis Steet Racer 3 is released exclusively for the Sega Galaxy

October 10: The Orange Box Is released by Valve to the Gamecube X and PC, later on would be ported to Galaxy and PS3

October 16: Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation, is released by Namco Exclusively to the SEGA Galaxy, Being the first Pure HD Ace Combat become a big deal and thanks to SEGA special Fly Stick becomes a hit, showing was a good move,
 
October 22, 2007: Metroid III: Defenders of the Conspiracy was released for the GameCube X, and became the system's best-selling titles. Originally scheduled for September 25, 2007, but it was delayed a month.

October 22, 2007: The Sims 2: Castaway was released for the Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Sega Galaxy, GameCube X and Sega Gizmondo.

October 28, 2007: Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock was released for the PS2, PS3, GameCube X, Sega Galaxy, Macintosh and Windows.

October 30, 2007: The Simpsons Game was released for the Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Sega Galaxy, GameCube X and Sega Gizmondo.

November 12, 2007: Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Burning Earth was released for the GameCube X.

November 14, 2007: Radar Scope X3: Corruption was released for the GameCube X, developed by Retro Stuidos. Originally scheduled for August 27, 2007, the title was delayed to four months.

November 14, 2007: The video game version of Tyson: The Man and His Dream was released for the GameCube X, PlayStation 3 and the Sega Galaxy, developed by Swordfish Studios for Vivendi Games.

November 16, 2007: Tyson: The Man and His Dream opened to theaters by DreamWorks Pictures. Directed by Steven Spielberg from a screenplay by Peter Morgan, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, the film stars Jamie Foxx as Mike Tyson, the film is an autobiography on Mike Tyson's boxing career, notably the Tyson-Holyfield fight. Critics were praised for superior acting and John Williams' musical score.
 
Nice original movie @Duc4AlternateHistory

November 5: Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is released for GALAXY, GCX,PS3, WIN and DS. The DS version developed by n-space, the game become the first massive CoD mainstream game and a new massive franchise for Activision

November 18: Super Mario Galaxy is released for the Gamecube X the First HD Mario become a massive hit, needed for the holiday season rush.

Novemeber 27: Mass Effect, Bioware first HD RPG is released exclusively for the GCX by Microsoft Games Studios
 
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November 27, 2007: Geometry Wars: Galaxies was released for the GameCube X and the Nintendo DS.

December 4, 2007: Alvin and the Chipmunks was released for the Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, GameCube X, Sega Galaxy, Windows and Sega Gizmondo, by Brash Entertainment as the company's first title.

December 11, 2007: The Orange Box was released for the PlayStation 3, and the Sega Galaxy.

December 18, 2007: Nights: Journey of Dreams was released for the Sega Galaxy and Sega Gizmondo handheld.
 
December 2007: Another Year, Another holiday season that SEGA ended up as a winner thanks to the cheaper pricetag than his competitors, but Nintendo and Microsoft were able to close the gap thanks to their exclusive games and HD-DVD popularity pushing the GCX onward, even with the SEGA Galaxy with HDMI Port launch in November. seems SEGA might take either offer for a high definition optical format next year. With Sony Being relegated to a third-place mostly the massive price tag of the Blu-ray Drive and lack of massive Killer App exclusives. Meaning next year Is now or never for Blu-Ray. Toshiba did enjoy a massive boost thanks the GCX integrated HD-DVD and might be able to increase the HD-DVD lead next year.

January 8, 2008: Kingdom under Fire: Circle of Doom is released Exclusively for the Gamecube X by Microsoft Games Studios, the game keep their real-time Strategy elements mostly at Nintendo insistence that those elements were very popular in Japan and make the game being more unique than a more common hack and slash game, the game success put Blueside to work on a sequel Kingdom Under Fire II, to be released in 2010.

January 21: Advance Wars: Days of Ruin is released for the Nintendo DS

January 22: No More Heroes, a unique Hack and Slash is released for the SEGA Galaxy and GameCube X, becomes a niche hit and starts a franchise
 
January 31, 2008: Super Smash Bros. Brawl was released for the Japan for the GameCube X. It introduces many new characters from Microsoft and Nintendo IPs, such as Croc (OTL, it was Sonic the Hedgehog), R.O.B., the crew of Radar Scope X, Joanna Dark and Banjo-Kazooie.

February 5, 2008: Turok was released for the PlayStation 3, Sega Galaxy and GameCube X.

February 12, 2008: Jumper: Griffin's Story was released for the PlayStation 2, GameCube X and the Sega Galaxy.

February 14, 2008: Threshold was released for the GameCube X by Argonaut Games and Microsoft Game Studios, based on the television series that started in 2005, and now in its third and final season, airing on CBS.
 
February 5, 2008: Devil May cry 4 is released for the Galaxy, Gamecube X AND PS3, the HD sequel of DMC3 become a hit get the franchise rolling forward

February 19, 2008: Fire Emblem Radiant Dawn is released for the Gamecube X. The first HD Fire emblem got the hype of being the first Dual-Layered HD-DVD games mostly as Nintendo Reworked the game to expand the plotlines with is prequels and the massive HD Cutscenes. the game is able to become a minor hit to work on the next console fire emblem.

February 28: The Idolmaster is released for the Gamecube X
 
March 4, 2008: Army of Two was released by Electronic Arts for the PlayStation 3 and the Sega Galaxy.

March 9, 2008: Super Smash Bros. Brawl was released in North America for the GameCube X, and featured the introduction of new characters like Joanna Dark, Croc and Banjo-Kazooie to the Super Smash Bros. franchise.

March 11, 2008: Insecticide was released for the Nintendo DS.

March 18, 2008: All-Star Baseball 2009 was released for the Nintendo DS, GameCube X, Sega Galaxy, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2 and the Sega Gizmondo by Take-Two Interactive under the Acclaim label.
 
March 6, 2008: Ryu ga Gotoku Kenzan is released in Japan for the Galaxy, later on, it would be localized as Yakuza Samurai in the west.

March 18: Condemned 2: Bloodshot is released for the SEGA Galaxy

March 24: Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath is released for PC and GameCube X

March 25: Vikings: Battle for Asgard is released to the Galaxy, GameCube X and PS3, published by Eidos
 
March 25, 2008: Steven Speilberg's newest film Tyson: The Man and His Dream was released on DVD, Blu-ray and HD DVD by DreamWorks Home Entertainment. While Spielberg was initially reluctant as he refused to make HD DVD releases, he opted to change his mind with the box office success of the Mike Tyson biopic.

April 1, 2008: Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 was released for the GameCube X.

April 4, 2008: FlatOut: Head On was released for the PSP and the Sega Gizmondo by Empire Interactive.

April 10, 2008: Mario Kart GCX was released for the GameCube X and came with a new HD Wheel controller.

April 12, 2008: The first new Gizmondo Video Card movie titles from the Sega Gizmondo arrived, with movies like National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets as its launch title.

April 25, 2008: Teenage Zombies: Invasion of the Alien Brain Thingys! was released for the Nintendo DS by Ignition Entertainment.
 
April 22, 2008: Persona 3 FES is released for PS2, Galaxy and GC&GCX.

April 24: SEGA releases their exclusive Action RPG/Strategy game hybrid Valkyrie Chronicles Exclusively for the Galaxy

April 29: Grand Theft Auto IV is released for the Galaxy,GCX ,PS3 and PC.
 
May 2, 2008: Iron Man was released by Sierra Entertainment for the Nintendo DS, PS2, PS3, PSP, GameCube X, Sega Galaxy, Microsoft Windows and Sega Gizmondo.

May 6, 2008: Boom Blox was released for the GameCube X.

May 13, 2008: Donkey Kong ProX, the sequel to Donkey Kong Xtreme was released by Rare, for the GameCube X.
 
May 12, 2008: Geist Zwei is released for the Nintendo DS, following the GC plotline, Geist 2 is a showcase of all the power of the DS and all the features, and make n-space work on a sequel

May 16; Baten Kaitos 3 is released for the Nintendo DS, following a new plotline based on the GC games

May 21: Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness Episode 1 is released for PC, Galaxy, GCX and PS3.

May 27: Enemy Territory: Quake Wars is released for the Galaxy, GCX and PS3

May 30: Race Drive grid is released for the Galaxy,GCX , PS3 and PC.
 
E3 2008: Nintendo and Microsoft announced the development of new titles for the GameCube. Nintendo would gave Too Human, a Silicon Knights game, for August 19, 2008, which would lead up to a trilogy, while the company also gave the three Rare titles Perfect Dark Cubed, Viva Piñata 2 and Banjo-Threeie for a fall 2008 date.

E3 2008: Take-Two Interactive announced the release of NHL Breakway 2009, a revival of the NHL Breakaway franchise, for PS3, GameCube X, Sega Galaxy, Gizmondo and DS under the Acclaim label.

E3 2008: Sega unveiled a September 30, 2008 date for Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood for the Sega Gizmondo, developed by BioWare.

June 3, 2008: Kung Fu Panda was released for the Nintendo DS, PS2, PS3, GCX, Windows, Galaxy and the Sega Gizmondo by Activision.

June 3, 2008: Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy was released by Sierra Entertainment for the PS3, Xbox 360 and GameCube X.

June 5, 2008: The Incredible Hulk was released by Sierra Entertainment for the Nintendo DS, PS2, PS3, GameCube X, Sega Galaxy and Sega Gizmondo.
 
@Duc4AlternateHistory that year E3 was in july, that is why didn't report it yet

Jue 9, 2008: My Pokemon Ranch is released for the Virtual Arcade

June 13: Civilization Revolution is released for galaxy, GCX,PS3 and PC

June 20: Top Spin 3 is released by Microsoft Game studios exclusively for the GameCube X
 
June 24, 2008: WALL-E was released for the Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PSP, Sega Galaxy, GameCube X, Sega Gizmondo and the Windows.

July 3, 2008: Unreal Tournament 3 was released for the GameCube X.

July 15, 2008: Space Chimps was released for the Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, GameCube X, Sega Galaxy, Windows and the Sega Gizmondo.
 
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