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Friday, 04 November 2011 10:00

Joe Danger SE now confirmed for 360

Written by David Stellmack

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Special Edition version to offer more content

The popular PlayStation 3 title Joe Danger will be coming to the Xbox 360 this holiday season, and is now confirmed by developer Hello Games. In addition, the Xbox 360 version will be a Special Edition version, apparently making it different from the PS3 release.

According to Hello, the Xbox Live Arcade Special Edition version of Joe Danger will include over 100 levels to conquer, plus an additional 50 extra levels that are contained within the Laboratory (which is sort of a test bed for new challenges). Beyond that, the Xbox 360 version includes new environments and levels, plus new characters to try out.

The Special Edition version includes so much content that it could take over 30+ hours to finish the game 100 percent, which is a good deal of value for the money. Look for it on XBLA this holiday season.


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