In a possible creditability damaging exercise, Microsoft released game images on their website that were fake. Although, it is common for companies to touch up work-in-progress games to enhance their appearance, the shots are usually appropriately captioned.
What’s amusing about the situation, is that Microsoft has recently being making a lot of noise about the revamp of the website and new shots of games in development. Try to pull one off on the gaming community and you will be found out is the message back to Bill.
Microsoft stated "some of the images for Amped released during Gamestock were enhanced."
We all know how powerful the Xbox will be, so why the need to release dodgy screenshots. What is Microsoft hiding? You’ll know when we do.