This day in Videogame History – November 20th

This day in Videogame History – November 20th

2003 – Microsoft drops the price of the Xbox in Japan from 24800 yen to 16800 yen (about US$155).
2005 – Microsoft hosts a 30-hour “Zero Hour” launch party for the Xbox 360 in Palmdale, California. 500 Xbox 360 systems are available for the over 2000 invited fans to try the eighteen launch titles.
2007 – Nintendo unveils two special editions of its DS handheld gaming unit. One version will be colored gold and come with the epic adventure game The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass while a metallic pink model will come with puppy training title Nintendogs. The new bundles will go on sale in the United States on November 23.
2007 – Square Enix releases the Final Fantasy XI: Revenant Wings video game for the Nintendo DS in the US.
2007 – Electronic Arts releases the Rock Band video game for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in the USA.
2007 – The magazine PlayStation: The Official Magazine first goes on sale in the USA.
2007 – Sony CEA releases the Unchartered: Drake’s Fortune video game for the PlayStation 3 in the US.
2011 – Nintendo releases The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword video game for the Nintendo Wii in the US.
2012 – Sony Computer Entertainment releases the PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale video game for the PlayStation 3 and Vita in the USA.
2012 – Square Enix releases the Hitman: Absolution video game for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in the USA.
2012 – Telltale Games releases The Walking Dead Episode Five: No Time Left video game for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in the USA.
2012 – Atlus releases the Persona 4 Golden video game for the Vita in the USA.

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