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On XBLA this week: Dead Rising: Case West, Raskulls


9:00 PM on 12.27.2010
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Chuck Greene and Frank West are joining forces in Dead Rising 2: Case West which was released today on Xbox Live. The standalone expansion immediately follows the events of Dead Rising 2 and sees the two heroes searching for the truth at Phenotrans Facility on the outskirts of Fortune City. New zombies, new weapons and new Combos all await you in this 800 MS Points expansion.

Also officially out later this week is Halfbrick's Raskulls featuring Mr. Destructoid! I say officially as you could have downloaded Raskulls through World of Keflings or llomilo prior to this week. Be sure to tune into Destructoid Live later this week as we'll be playing through Raskulls and doing some giveaways too!






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