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NinjaBee's Nutjitsu sneaks to Xbox One this Thursday


1:30 PM on 05.07.2014



The second game in Microsoft's ID@Xbox program is set to release this Thursday. NinjaBee's Nutjitsu is a stealth-oriented title, where you try to sneak around guards to collect nuts that are scattered about the map. It gets a bit more complex, as different power-ups will change the dynamic of the game.

The remarkable thing to note is that Nutjitsu will be available for $6.49, making it the first Xbox One title to cost less than $9.99. According to NinjaBee, it's filling an under-served content niche on the new platform. In my opinion, friggin' ninja squirrels are the under-served niche that's more important here.






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