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3 pack - LIMBO, Trials HD, Splosion Man - Xbox 360

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Xbox 360
Teen
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (88 customer reviews)

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  • Includes three of the highest independently rated Xbox LIVE Arcade games available in 2009-2010
  • Three games bundled on a single Xbox 360 disc designed for players that don't normally download games from Xbox LIVE
  • Bundle of games offers significant savings over buying the three separately
  • The three games all utilize the platforming game mechanism, but each in a uniquely different way
  • Single player and multiplayer options supported in select games

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  • ASIN: B004QIY0Y4
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 1.3 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 19, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (88 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,680 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

Three complete and critically acclaimed hits are now together on one disc! Experience what fans from around the world have been talking about as you defy gravity in the big air thrills of Trials HD, solve the mysterious world of LIMBO, and become an uncontainable force in Splosion Man.

Trials HD
Trials HD is a full-featured, physics-based motorcycle racing game with over 50 mind-boggling tracks in two unique game modes. Race Mode emphasizes balance, skill, and control as you tackle indoor obstacle tracks.  Skill Mode features extreme stunt tracks in which explosions, crashes, and injuries cannot be avoided. A level editor enables players to create, share and download an unlimited number of free tracks. The game features stunning full HD graphics, rider customization, unlockable bikes, global rankings, all new in-game friend scores, and many other fun features.

LIMBO
Experience the hauntingly beautiful world of LIMBO, and take a journey of exploration with a boy uncertain of his sister’s fate. An Independent Games Festival award-winning title, LIMBO is both hauntingly beautiful and philosophically provocative.

Splosion Man
This action-packed adventure takes you through 50 unique single player levels, and 50 unique multiplayer levels (2-4 cooperative play), at a blistering pace! Easy to play, and fun for all ages, Splosion Man will have you sploding off the walls, and other players with familiar, yet innovative gameplay. Splosion Man is a life form made entirely of splosions! He was created in a laboratory by the careless corporation Big Science, who are now doing anything they can to stop Splosion Man and escape his splosive abilities.

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The Xbox LIVE Arcade Triple Pack: Trials HD, LIMBO, 'Splosion Man is a game compilation for play on Xbox 360 that brings together three of the best and critically received games released on Xbox 360's Xbox LIVE Arcade online service in 2009-2010. Trials HD, LIMBO, and 'Splosion Man each utilize platforming game mechanics, making them simple, and simply superior gameplay experiences, running the gamut from Racing and Platforming, to Action-Adventure. Games are supplied on disc specifically for Xbox 360 players who don't often connect to the Xbox LIVE service.

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Unique mind-boggling motocross platforming.
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Trials HD

Trials HD is a full-featured, physics-based motorcycle racing game with over 50 mind-boggling tracks in two unique game modes. Race Mode emphasizes balance, skill, and control as you tackle indoor obstacle tracks. Skill Mode features extreme stunt tracks in which explosions, crashes, and injuries cannot be avoided. A level editor enables players to create, share and download an unlimited number of free tracks. The game features stunning full HD graphics, rider customization, unlockable bikes, global rankings, all new in-game friend scores, and many other fun features.

Key Game Features

  • The initial game included on disc includes over 50 versatile tracks which will test your racing and stunt riding skills.
  • Post your best time as you roar through 35 race levels, graded at levels of six difficulty, in Race Mode and 12 specific skill games available in Skill Mode.
  • The level editor allows you to create your own levels and share them with other racers on your Xbox LIVE friends list.
  • With success, unlock new bikes as you ride, and make your rider your own.
  • Trials HD features a new type of in-game friend scores and global rankings for Xbox LIVE Leaderboards.
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An explosive Action-Platformer with single and multiplayer support.
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'Splosion Man

'Splosion Man is an action platformer in which you take on the role of 'Splosion Man, a life form made entirely of splosions, and join him in his quest to elude the scientists of The Big Science Company, who created him, and the robots who serve as their henchmen. The goal is to clear as many levels as possible, as fast as possible, while scoring as many points as possible. The game contains 50 unique single player levels and 50 unique multiplayer levels (2-4 cooperative play). It is played at a blistering pace, is easy to play and is fun for all ages. So, join the fun with 'Splosion Man and he will have you and your friends sploding off the walls in no time at all.

Key Game Features

  • Play through 50 single player levels split into three environmentally different chapters as 'Splosion Man escapes the underground Big Science Labs where he was created.
  • Jump into 50 multiplayer levels supporting up to four player co-op split into three different chapters.
  • Stuck at a certain point you just can't get past? 'Splosion Man lets you skip the level via "The Way of The Coward" and come back to it later. Of course you will suffer some minor humiliation and have to wear a tutu afterward... but at least you can keep on playing.
  • Get free unlockable premium dashboard theme, gamerpics, and avatar accessories.
  • The personality and humor shine through in film-like cinematics and hundreds of in-game animations. Vivid and colorful graphics advance character animation and emotion.
  • The original music score is from award-winning composers Joshua R. Mosley (single player levels) and John DeBorde (multiplayer levels).
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Hauntingly beautiful side-scrolling platforming.
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LIMBO

Experience the hauntingly beautiful world of LIMBO, and take a journey of exploration with a boy uncertain of his sister's fate, or in fact, his own.

An Independent Games Festival award-winning title, LIMBO is unique single player 2D Puzzle-Platform/Side-scrolling game. Dreamlike and created entirely in black and white, LIMBO has often been spoken of in terms of game art. Yet while hauntingly beautiful, it is also philosophically provocative. The game features a gameplay mechanic that has come to be known as "Trial by Death" in which the player must die in-game in order to discover the solutions to the puzzles set before him. In the event of this, the player spawns at the last save point and must use what he has learned if he hopes to find his sister and get closure on the events set before him.

Key Game Features

  • Unique 2D Puzzle-Platform/Side-scrolling gameplay.
  • Provocative "Trial by Death" gameplay mechanisms requiring the player to die in-game in order to discover solutions to problems.
  • Bargain savings by purchasing as part of this bundle rather than buying separately.
  • Video game art style often compared to European Expressionist art.

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51 of 53 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Lot of Splosion for your buck. April 30, 2011
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
If you're like me, you might be one of the few people who don't use Xbox Live. Gasp! That's right, I'm a hardcore gamer, and I don't use Xbox Live. Not because I don't like it, it's just I've never much cared for online gaming, and prefer single player.So I wouldn't get much use out of the service. However, a bad side to this is I am missing out of some great downloadable games, but fortunately, Microsoft has thrown me and others like me a bone, and included three fantastic Live games on one disc at a great price. I just got this disc four days ago and have been having a blast with these games. I'll go over each one to give you an idea of how they play, and why this collection is worth the money.

Limbo: For me, the star of the show. Limbo is unlike anyhing else out there right now. This is a full blown sensory experience. From the graphics, to the sounds, and the gameplay, everything is top notch, extremely polished, totally absorbing, and an absolute joy to play. I can find nothing wrong with this game. So what is Limbo? Well, it's haters describe it as a simple 2-D style puzzle platformer with an interesting art style. And to tell you the truth, they're right. The platforming is great, but you won't need fast reflexes to get through it. The puzzles are challenging but never hair pulling hard. But the haters are missing the point. This game was never designed to test your gaming skills, it was created to absorb you in it's world. Everything was masterfully designed to keep you engaged. Sure the puzzles aren't too hard, but they are challenging enough to make you stop and think about what to do. Sure the platforming isn't hard, but you still have to be careful and time your jumps just right.

The graphics are simply spectacular.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Review for Limbo August 1, 2011
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Since i couldn't find a single directory for limbo, ill create my review under this heading. I have not played the other two games in this pack yet, so this one is just for the game limbo.

Let me start off by saying i have played quite a few downloadable XBL and PSN games, some are engagning, but yet still lack alot of substance to be a great game.

Limbo is a game some people will shortly be referring to as not just a great game but a true accomplishment. And it is. The story of this grim, gorgeous puzzle platformer is one of the most addicting, satisfying and yet oh so rewarding games ive ever had the experience to play. This game is simply a work of art. To be more precise, there is no color, absolutely none. The eery yet disturbing monochromatic style of black and white visuals, or shades of grey is what sets it apart from other games but it really fits a game like limbo. The design and starkly minimalist visual style create a short but indelible experience that deserves to appear before a lot of eyes.

In the simplest terms, Limbo is a side-scrolling action game featuring a little boy looking for his sister in the big dark forest. Beyond the menus, the game itself uses no words (written or spoken) to communicate any sort of story. It doesn't even have real music, just a sublimely rendered ambient soundscape. And it doesn't need any of that stuff. You wake up in the woods, and off you go into an increasingly weird, oppressive, sinister dream world. Your sole occupation is to run left to right and try to avoid all the myriad ways this awful wilderness is trying to kill you, and the game focuses all of its efforts on enabling that single objective.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Limbo is worth the price alone August 17, 2011
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Limbo is one of the most satisfying games I have played in the puzzle or platform genre in a long time. The graphics are beautifully simple, the sound is chilling, and the game play and physics are appropriate for the environment. As with most games I love to play it seems too short. For the money and experience of it, no stars lost for that. I didn't get the 2 other games but would consider those a bonus and would buy Limbo all over again by itself.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Limbo Review (lonelyglow) March 21, 2012
Most gamists have strong opinions when it comes to Limbo. Or should anyway, there's miles of subtext to traverse here, but even if thinking and reflecting isn't really your bag- Limbo is a unique and inspired debut any way you look at it. But lets get the 'givens' out of the way before delving further.

Limbo is a 2D "trial and death" puzzle platformer rendered in black and white. I'll elaborate on this later. You are provided no context for anything you experience in the game, so when you wake up alone as a small boy in a forest at game-start, the strange art style and ambient industrial soundscape instantly and persistently unnerve you, coalescing into a vague, menacing ever-presence. I was entranced from the instant the title screen appeared to the ending credits, my real life now seeming schmaltzy in contrast.

If you followed the title you'll know that PS users were finally treated to it a freaking' year later than the Box- but better a year late to the party than not show up at all.. isn't that a saying? Well it holds true here in any case. I have to say, considering I might have been deprived such a moving experience in attempts to boost Microsoft console sales, (console exclusives drive sales for consoles, Limbo could have been XBOX exclusive) I am mildly disturbed.

As mentioned earlier, Limbo is a trial and death game. This discription was coined by dev PlayDead and describes the gameplay brilliantly, as it's core challenge is finding the only survivable way through the puzzles and *Spoiler Alert* there are hundreds of wrong ways through, which will culminate as a death.

Be forewarned, you will likely have difficulty with the first several puzzles as the logic employed by the developers is suitably alien, and this is nothing to get riled over.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars three great indie games
All the games are very engaging - especially the headliner, limbo.

These kinds of collections are always a fun bet.
Published 2 days ago by James T. Barringer
5.0 out of 5 stars I absolutely LOVE Trials HD
I absolutely LOVE Trials HD. It brings me back to the trials web games we would sneakily play in computer class. Read more
Published 20 days ago by melvin white
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect
Perfect
Published 2 months ago by Didio Rodriguez
1.0 out of 5 stars One Star
Received a blank disc!!!
Published 3 months ago by GG
1.0 out of 5 stars Very disappointed.
The game did not work. Very disappointed.
Published 3 months ago by BRIAN BUSENLEHNER
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent condition.
Nice game
Published 3 months ago by Andy Feliz
5.0 out of 5 stars Get it for Limbo!
Great three-pack for platform gamers. Limbo is a must have in anybodies collection, simply stunning, could play it over and over and never get tired of the Noir style, and... Read more
Published 3 months ago by Connor Turnburke
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Limbo is by far the best game of the three...the only reason I bought this...
Published 4 months ago by T.Fas
5.0 out of 5 stars Limbo!
I love this game. It is very different and challenging for adults as well as kids as the challenges require some thinking. I have had 6 year old and 50 year old who like this game.
Published 5 months ago by A. Singla
4.0 out of 5 stars Worth it just for Limbo and Trials
I wish they made more of these. Not everyone had Xbox live or Internet access. I bough this for my brother who lives in the country, and does not have high speed. Read more
Published 5 months ago by Father of Superman
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