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XBLA's House Party kicks off today with Warp

6:30 PM on 02.15.2012

Brett Zeidler

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Today is the start of Xbox Live Arcade's House Party promotion, which is the winter equivalent to the yearly Summer of Arcade program. Today's title is Warp, a strategic, stealth-action puzzle game. What makes it different than other puzzle games is the fact that you can either choose to kill all the scientists or do an all-stealth run.

The trailer shows this off in all its gruesome detail. I think I'd personally be hard-pressed to choose whether or not I'd go for the stealth or to just entirely clear the room of scientists. I mean, I'm all for stealth and everything, but getting rid of the scientists just looks so fun. At any rate, Warp looks like a great puzzle game at the very least. It's out now on Xbox 360 for only 800 Microsoft Points, and it should be arriving to PSN and PC on March 13th.

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