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PSA: The Bridge crosses over to Xbox Live Arcade today


12:45 PM on 11.13.2013



I've heard there's a whole lot of hullabaloo right now surrounding fancy schmancy next-generation systems. If you're a console gamer that's not wrapped up in that hot fuss, there's a title that's landing on Xbox Live Arcade today that looks like it might make your remaining time with your Xbox 360 a bit more enjoyable.

Midnight City's The Bridge is the game in question, and it's had some good buzz around it since its February PC release. Patrick reviewed it at the time and put it in the upper echelon of indie puzzle games, alongside the likes of Braid and The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom. Certainly not bad company to be in.

Frankly, XBLA has seemed a bit barren lately, so The Bridge is a welcomed addition. It can be downloaded for $10, or if you're the tryin' before buyin' type, there's also a demo available.








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