October 31st 2012 6:31 am PT

Arcade: Pool Nation

Pool NationContent: Pool Nation
Price: 800 Microsoft Points
Availability: Check availability in your Xbox LIVE region
Dash Text: Pool Nation is the ultimate pixel-perfect pool game for Xbox, featuring photo-realistic graphics, real-world physics, and a wealth of game modes and rule sets. Slow down and rewind time with the unique replay system which lets you review the action close up. Take on skilled virtual opponents in the extensive career modes, unlocking new balls, locations, and cues. Play other users around the world on Xbox LIVE, with single matches and tournaments. Get hooked on the insanely challenging Endurance mode, a frantic pot-against-the clock game which will keep you coming back for more. Share your times, scores and achievements with friends, family and the world through Facebook.

Add the game trial to your Xbox 360 download queue

Arcade, Marketplace By Larry Hryb, Xbox LIVE's Major Nelson

  • Hugoku

    Pool is always fun. Sidepocket is still #1 for me though.
    Oh, and I’m just glad they didn’t stick Kinect into this one. Will give it a try.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Andy-Maguire/561641520 Andy Maguire

    This game is great .Lovely looking . The only fault would be that they don’t give you the option for red and yellow balls for a nice game of English pool.

  • kingcrusher

    Ok, so after I played the demo (which I liked) it deletes itself? LOL How’s that for brilliance “You don’t buy my game within a few minutes, I’ll delete your trial!” I found that hilarious…. Now I must say that the game is good, and I’ll probably get it… but what is the possible marketing strategy there!? :-P

    • kingcrusher

      Update… it came back! lol

  • http://www.facebook.com/brian.ray.9404 Brian Ray

    great game. no one is playing online tho….

  • Russell Gorall

    Played the trial and it was pretty well done. Some extra touches like the weird slow motion stuff is cool. Just wouldn’t buy DLC tied to an aging console at this point.

  • chiron69

    How about doing just like the “Full House Pokers” publisher did, give the game for free for one day,? (And for gods sake don’t say if before it’s over), since I missed “Full House Poker”. One can do it just to try to get as big as possible community for the game….
    ;-) Pool is great!