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This Week in XBLA DLC

Posted on Tuesday, December 13 @ 07:53:08 PST by Keri_Honea

Hope you're ready for a chunk of DLC to consume this week on Xbox Live Arcade. And for once, it's not all just map packs for $15 a pop. Pinball FX2 is finally getting the Vengeance and Virtue DLC (800 points), and the Lost Adventures DLC (320 points) for Orcs Must Die! will also be making its way this week. 

In addition, Magic the Gathering: Duels of the Planeswalkers 2012 will be getting a new expansion deck, and The Gunstringer will receive Real Big Shootin' DLC for only 240 points each. If you like slashing fruit in your living room, then you'll be very pleased to note that Fruit Ninja Kinect will be sporting a Holiday DLC FOR FREE. 

No word on what is entailed in a Holiday DLC pack that involves hacking and slashing at fruit, but hopefully it's more creative than slicing at fruit that's wearing Santa hats, slicing up candy canes, or giving you new Holiday-themed backgrounds and swords to choose from.

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