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Check out these sweet Black Friday/Cyber Monday XBLA sales!

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We know you’ve been waiting for them, and here they are! Black Friday sales for Xbox Live Arcade start now, and, assuming you don’t already own them, you will definitely want to take advantage of this opportunity to pick up some of the best games of the outgoing console generation on the cheap. Notable XBLA games include Mark of the Ninja, Bit.trip Runner 2, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon and Battleblock Theater, most of which are at least 66 percent off! Some of these games will only be on sale for 24 hours, so check and double-check the tables below to plan your purchases. Happy Thanksgiving!

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Runner 2 now with The Good Friends

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On Wednesday of this past week, Bit.Trip released The Good Friends Character pack DLC for the Xbox 360 version of Runner 2. In atypical fashion, Xbox 360 users received this …
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XBLA occupies Metacritic’s list of best-reviewed Xbox 360 titles
6 years ago

XBLA occupies Metacritic’s list of best-reviewed Xbox 360 titles

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Metacritic has released its quarterly report on the best-reviewed Xbox 360 games of the year. The list runs from the beginning of 2013, through July 1st, and ranks each …
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Rumor: Steam listing hints at February release for Bit.Trip Runner 2
7 years ago

Rumor: Steam listing hints at February release for Bit.Trip Runner 2

Our sister site, Steam Game Fans, recently spotting a release date of February 26 for the PC version of Gaijin Games’ upcoming rhythm-based platformer, Bit.Trip Runner 2. Whilst no official announcements …
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PAX East: Dancing to a new beat in Runner 2
8 years ago

PAX East: Dancing to a new beat in Runner 2

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Bit.Trip.Runner was one of the best games on WiiWare and it only made sense to make a sequel. However, instead of taking the pixel-art approach, Gaijin decided to change the style, but that’s within the story. Now Commander.Video has arm-bands and sneakers and is ready to keep running in Runner 2.

Gaijin didn’t give too many details on the story at PAX East but showed off Levels 1-1 to 1-19 and it already looked amazing. The look of the game is much more whimsical, almost like a breathing cartoon. But his trademark moves remain the same from running and jumping to springing and kicking. You’ll have to combine moves in order to get through the new levels.
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