These days it seems all I hear are constant complaints about pricing for Xbox Live Arcade games. It’s always too expensive. We’ve all done it — looked at a game and said “I like it, but not for 1200 MSP!” Maybe it’s the recession we’re in, maybe it’s because we just don’t have extra points to spend, and maybe we’re just stingy. Still, maybe we’re right. But here’s the thing: maybe developers and publishers are right sometimes too. So where’s the middle? Where is that happy hunting ground where companies can make a profit and players can get the escapes they want at the price they’re willing to pay?
This Wednesday June 29, three very different titles will hit XBLA including Backbreaker: Vengeance, a tackle alley football style mini-game (1200 MSP), Galaga Legions DX, an over the top revamp of Galaga Legions (800 MSP) and Half-Minute Hero, an already beloved RPG from the handheld market that has you save the world in 30 seconds or less (no official pricing as of yet, but rumored 800 MSP).
We previously posted that Backbreaker: Vengeance would be coming to Xbox Live Arcade this summer. Now we have the footage to quench your thirst. The game is currently in …