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War of the Worlds set to hit XBLA October 26th

6:00 AM on 10.14.2011

Brett Zeidler

Contributor and Engineer

Other Ocean recently announced through their Facebook page that their upcoming Patrick Stewart-narrated sidescrolling adventure, The War of the Worlds, will be hitting the Xbox Live Arcade on October 26th. PlayStation 3 and PC players will have to wait a bit longer, as it appears to have been pushed back for said platforms.

I really can't contain my anticipation for this game. A gritty re-telling of H.G. Wells' timeless novel that, again, is featuring Patrick Stewart as the narrator for the game that has me exploring a 2D Martian-invaded world? This is exactly the sort thing I've always wanted.

The War of the Worlds takes over our minds on October 26 [XBLA Fans via Joystiq]


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