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Submitted by nicholaswrites 1290d ago | news

Amazon Spills the Beans on XBLA Summer of Arcade Retail Bundle - NGLB

Amazon has recently listed a software bundle that includes Limbo, Trials HD and 'Splosion Man in a single box for $30. That is quite a deal considering the trio would cost $40 if purchased separately. (Dev, Limbo, 'Splosion Man, Trials HD, Xbox 360)

OdinFallen  +   1290d ago
Interesting, I would love more details though.
despair  +   1290d ago
good deal I guess but still, those games have been out for a while, you would think at least half off would be nice, plus who hasn't got at least one of those great games already :)
Lubu  +   1290d ago
DAmn! I already have Splosion Man, so I would be paying $30 for two games that normally retail for $15 each. I guess I'm out. I'm really just waiting for Limbo to be a Deal Of The Week for half price to pick it up. Liked the demo but 1200 is a little too steep.
Folezicle  +   1290d ago
I hope we see more bundles in the future

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