Microsoft is giving a preview of five new Xbox Live games today at the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show. No specifics on pricing or in which order these games will be released and some of these titles we've heard mention of before. They all look really nice and as we learn more about these titles we'll definitely pass it along.
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit: The latest installment in the Need for Speed series offers to give you more heart-pounding, high speed chases. The game uses your Windows Phone's tilt controls and touch screen braking to race twenty supercars across twenty-four tracks. Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit also includes forty-eight career events.
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction: We first heard of Splinter Cell Conviction way back when Windows Phone 7 first launched and it looks as if it will finally come to market. You play the role of agent Sam Fisher to fight a corrupt secret agency and rescue your daughter.
Toy Soldiers: Boot Camp: Here's another title we've heard a bit about that has already had success on the Xbox console. In Toy Soldier: Boot Camp you wage war with your tiny soldiers through a series of mini-games.
Bullet Asylum: Yet another title we've been awaiting that reminds us of the old arcade game Missile Command. Bullet Asylum looks like a fast paced game that will keep you on your toes.
Chickens Can't Fly: Chickens Can’t Fly is the Xbox Live sequel to indie hit Chickens Can Dream from developer Amused Sloth. Players steer a falling chicken down a trench filled with all sorts of deadly hazards and tasty corn. It's a reverse jumper game of sorts.