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Submitted by AkatsukiPain 1018d ago | news

Monaco dev sending second patch to Microsoft

by David Sanchez

A few days ago developer Pocketwatch Games released an update on the status of the Xbox Live Arcade edition of Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine. As it turns out, the console version of the downloadable title had to be pushed back as the studio sent a fix to Microsoft. New details have arisen regarding the matter, and it looks like Pocketwatch is working on creating and sending a second patch to Microsoft.

The bug being fixed up apparently kicks players off of online matches. Considering co-op is one of the major draws of Monaco, it's obvious that this had to be addressed before launch. Sadly, the second patch also means Pocketwatch is still unsure as to when the game will arrive on Xbox Live Arcade. (Monaco, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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