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Microsoft talks Summer of Arcade 2012 prices and dates


1:30 PM on 06.19.2012
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While the line-up for this year's Summer of Arcade had previously been announced, we weren't quite so sure when the games would release and for how much. Microsoft's Larry Hryb has the scoop:

Having kept myself from hearing too much about it, Deadlight is what I'm most eager to see. Between the 1980s Pacific Northwest setting and zombie theme set against a puzzle-platformer backdrop, I'm already in. Note: if you grab any three of these games, you'll get 400 Microsoft Points back. That's doable.

Summer of Arcade dates and prices [Major Nelson]






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