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Submitted by IM_A_NINJA 1079d ago | review

The Gunstringer: GamerXchange Review

Thecrapgmer from GamerXchange writes:
The Gunstringer is Twisted Pixel’s fifth game release and their first full fledged retail release. The great thing about this retail release is content and price. The Gunstringer is only $40 and it comes packaged with DLC in the form of “The Wavy Tube Man Chronicles” and Fruit Ninja Kinect, both for free. To those not familiar with Twisted Pixels work, they have done the stellar Xbox Live Arcade hits Splosion Man and the new Ms.Splosion Man, which came out earlier this past year. There was a lot of hype and talk srrounding The Gunstringer the past couple of E3 events and I think all of the positive buzz caused Microsoft to delay the game from its earlier XBL Arcade release and instead go with a full retail release packaged with loads of extras. (Fruit Ninja Kinect, Kinect, The Gunstringer, Twisted Pixel, Xbox 360) 9/10

cliffbo  +   1078d ago
for what it is it looks ok
Bigpappy  +   1078d ago
wow

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