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Capsized Breaches Land in December on Xbox 360

Posted on Wednesday, October 5 @ 16:20:52 Eastern by

The best graphics are still the beautiful 2D platformers of the day. Limbo, Rayman: Origins, and Kirby's Epic Yarn are emblematic of this phenomenon and Capsized seems to be following suit very closely. The action-indie platformer from Alientrap is getting ported from the PC to Microsoft's Xbox Live Arcade for release this December.

The game has been available since April of this year through Steam and the Alientrap website, but it'll be nice to set yourself down on the couch with an enhanced version of the game. Apparently the game will be on Xbox 360s with enhanced graphics, exclusive levels and DLC.

I don't think I can wait so I might pull the trigger and download the game on Steam now.
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Tags:   Microsoft, XBLA


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