2D action platformer, Capsized, is crash landing on Xbox Live Arcade this December. The game was initially released on Steam in April and developer, Alientrap, has been working with indiePub to bring the game to new platforms. XBLA users are in for a treat. You take control of a stranded astronaut on an exotic, rather dangerous, alien world. Using elements from first person shooters, traditional platformers and physics games, you'll shoot, fly and grapple around this deadly alien landscape.
Once you explore over a dozen non-linear levels in the main campaign there's still plenty left to do with Co-Operative, Death Match and Survival modes. Also included is a Time Trial and an Armless Fighting mode. In case you are concerned about your ability to play the game without any arms, worry not. You just don't get guns, you can keep your limbs. As an added bonus XBLA users get their own exclusive levels, improved graphics and DLC. It's going to be 800 MS Points ($10) and you will thank yourself for spending it.
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