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Percept Picture, Microsoft bring ‘Hanuman Returns’ on Xbox Live

27-October-2007
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Percept Picture, Microsoft bring ‘Hanuman Returns’ on Xbox Live

Percept Picture Company (PPC) and Microsoft have joined hands to make available the trailers and other content of the animation movie ‘Hanuman Returns’ on the gaming console Xbox Live.

An official communiqué from PPC stated that PPC would extend the movie ‘Hanuman’, which was released some time ago, through a series of animation films, and ‘Hanuman Returns’ is their second film in the series. “The movie is all about an entertainment experience, hence the marriage with an apt platform like Xbox Live,” the communiqué further added.

“We are excited to showcase the hugely anticipated ‘Hanuman Returns’ on the Xbox Live service, a next generation platform for complete connected entertainment with an existing community of millions of users worldwide,” said Shailendra Singh, Joint MD, Percept Holdings.

Heralding the arrival of Xbox Live, Robbie Bach, Global President, Microsoft Entertainment & Devices Division (E&D), said, “We have just celebrated the first anniversary of Xbox 360 in the country this year, and it is with a celebratory spirit that we offer our Indian consumers even more entertainment options on Xbox 360.”

Xbox Live is currently available in 25 countries across the globe. India will be the 26th market to launch Xbox Live.

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