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Capsized is now available on the Xbox Live Arcade

2:00 AM on 07.06.2013

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

It's also coming to the PS3

After a nearly two year gap with the PC version, Capsized is finally out on the Xbox Live Arcade today, with a PS3 release to follow later this summer. It's launching at a standard 800 MSP ($9.99), which is the exact price it's going for on Steam.

This new port comes along with some enhanced features, including three exclusive levels and online multiplayer. The original launched to some pretty solid review scores, and since I can't get enough 2D platformers in my life, I'm looking to at least check out the free demo on Xbox Live. I can also easily see this as a free PlayStation Plus offering somewhere down the line.

Capsized [Xbox.com]


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