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Tuesday, 29 March 2011 09:12

XBLA Triple Pack confirmed

Written by David Stellmack
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North America & Europe to get it
More news has surfaced on the upcoming XBLA Triple Pack that includes Trials HD, Limbo, and Splosion Man for the Xbox 360. We knew that it would be released in North America on April 19th, but we have confirmed that Europe will be getting it, as well, on April 19th.

As we pointed out previously, the package is a good deal if you don’t happen to own any of the three games included, and you save $10 by purchasing the bundle this way. In addition, you get a 48-hour Xbox Live trial and 160 Microsoft Points as part of the deal. From what we hear, the XBLA Triple Pack will likely be released in additional regions if successful in its North American and European releases.


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