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Friday, 11 March 2011 10:05

XBLA Triple Pack coming

Written by David Stellmack
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Features Limbo, Trials HD, Splosion Man
Microsoft is planning to release an Xbox Live Arcade pack that they are calling “Triple Pack” or “XBLA Triple Pack,” if you will. It is confirmed for North America and Japan at the moment, but it is likely to appear in other regions if it is successful.

The Triple Pack will include three of the most popular recent Xbox Live Arcade releases including Limbo, Trials HD, and Splosion Man. In addition, buyers will get 160 Microsoft Points that can be spent in any way and a 48-hour Xbox Live Gold trial that you can either use yourself or give to a friend that isn’t a Gold Xbox Live member yet.

It is slated to arrive on April 19th and it will cost $29.99, which translates to $10 per game; this isn’t actually bad, given the fact that Limbo and Trials HD is $15 (1,200 Microsoft Points), so you are saving $10 with the purchase of the Triple Pack.

If you happened to have missed all three of these XBLA titles, here is your chance to catch up and get a deal in the process.


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