May 29th 2013 5:41 am PT

Arcade: CastleStorm

CastleStormContent: CastleStorm
Price: 800 Microsoft Points
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Dash Text: It’s Knights vs. Vikings in CastleStorm, where medieval warfare meets 2D physics-based destruction! Controlling the battle in real time, players will harness the power of medieval artillery, manage a fearsome ground attack, and cast powerful spells! CastleStorm features a story-driven solo campaign, a custom castle editor, online multiplayer, co-op modes, and more. Building castles and knocking them down has never been so much fun!

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

  • Type105x

    360 and the One will run on the same Servers more or less, What I would like to know can you talk to someone who is playing a 360 game from the xbox One as the One will be running a different voice chat system?

    Still to your question, Its like if Steam was turned off, The games are linked to the xbox and the profile but you are only pay for the right to play the full game,

    Button line you-dont-actually-own-the-games-you-buy-on-Xbox live :/

    • TonyLN

      Are you sure that the 360 and the One run on the same Servers — I am guessing that 5 – 10 years from now they take down the 360 servers and leave the One servers in place. What that means for our arcade games I have no idea – but 360 multiplayer will be gone.

      M$ will do this when there are no longer enough people logging in to 360 multiplayer to justify having them up and running.

      • http://twitter.com/dlchief58 Michael Burden

        It means nothing for your Arcade games – they will still play on the 360 with they were purchased on or had the license transferred to it. The only thing lost in the instance of the 360 no longer being able to use Live would be no online multiplayer and possibly the ability to re-download the title.

        Unless they need to do some improvement on the Live infrastructure that requires removing the 360 net protocols for newer ones (such as was the case for the original Xbox Live support) to improve the service, then there is no reason for Live support for the 360 to be discontinued.

        • safdf

          Actually there is a good reason for MS to discontinue the service: The ONE.
          Just like with the original, they will tell us they need to get rid of it to have the cloud working 100% although it will be to force you to change to stay online, just like the last time.

          • mcmax3000

            As I understand it, the reason why they had to take down the Live servers for the original Xbox to make changes is because the Xbox Live features on the original system were coded into the games, meaning that if they changed anything major, they would have to go back, and patch every single original Xbox game to reflect those changes, which for many obvious reasons, was never going to happen.

            On the 360, the fundamental Live stuff is built into the dashboard, instead of being coded into the games themselves, so theoretically, all the 360 should need is a dashboard update to reflect those changes, making it a lot easier to keep the older system online.

            Realistically, there will be a point where it’s no longer worth it for Microsoft to keep doing those 360 dashboard updates to keep it working on the service, but between it being much easier to update, and it having sold WAY more units than the original console, it should have a MUCH longer life span on Xbox Live than the original Xbox did.

  • Boss

    put Forza Horizon rally pack on sale instead

    • ElektroDragon

      That would be awesome.

    • Bennijin

      Instead? Why can’t we have both?

  • http://twitter.com/dlchief58 Michael Burden

    The games will work as long as they are on the console that purchased them initially or have had the license transferred – same way as if you are not connected to the internet with your Xbox. And there should not be an issue worrying about the 360 Live servers as they will be good to at the very least 2017 (the time EA has pledged to support the 360) but probably much longer. The only reason the original Live service was taken down was to improve the network protocols and the old system was holding them back.

    The only thing you would lose by server shutdowns would be the ability to play online and possibly the ability to download the game again, depending upon how Microsoft continues support for the 360.

    • safdf

      That’s the good thing about the original XBOX and the 360, servers out, games OK offline. With the ONE, servers out, the most expensive paperweights.

      • http://www.doblu.com/ Matt Paprocki

        Not true. Digital content on the original Xbox is dead. All of it.

        • safdf

          You can’t get it anymore, but you can still play the games.

        • safdf

          Yes, DLC is gone, not available for re-download, just like the guy in the thread says, but the game, that was on disc, still works, as far as I know, XBLA worked different, according to wikipedia, you paid for the games and they sent you a disc, you didn’t run them from HDD. Do you even have an original XBOX? Have you ever tried everything in your 360 offline? Trust me, they do work.

          • mcmax3000

            I never got to try out XBLA on the original Xbox, but as far as I know, you got the disc, which let you launch XBLA, but you still downloaded the games to your hard drive.

            Think of it more like how Game Room worked on the 360, except instead of downloading the Game Room app, it came on a disc.

            I could be wrong in my understanding of how it worked though.

        • http://twitter.com/dlchief58 Michael Burden

          Any that you already downloaded onto the system are still good and work – I still play Links with the DLC courses from time to time as well as Halo 2 with the map packs. It all still works, just can’t download, play online over Live, buy anything new or patch games.

          • mcmax3000

            Oh man, Links… Such a great game. It’s easily one of the games I played the most on the original Xbox.

    • ElektroDragon

      No, you’d lose more than that. In a two console house, one of the consoles can now never play those XBLA games again.

  • BoA Wrath

    I’m apprehensive in buying any more arcade games for the 360 if I’m not able to play them on the xbox one, come the end of the year. Will wait for E3 to get more information about future support. But don’t really fancy having to start from scratch again with my collection. Am hoping ther will be some form of VM cloud support for titles like this. Some of the best games I’ve played on the 360 in the past few years have been arcade titles, Fez, Dust, Minecraft :).

    • Marcus Roof

      seems silly that the ONE can’t support something as complicated as a “shortcut” to an old title and some kind of 360 emulator or instruction set app loads the old title…from a supposed software GIANT…7 years of digital purchases down the drain (or else keep 2 consoles with 2 completely different interfaces and libraries)…pretty lame Microsoft, pretty lame…

      • BoA Wrath

        I’m hopeful that this will be one of their E3 surprises. If it really is to live up to its xbox one name of one device for all our entertainment needs. Then in my eyes that should include access to a back catalogue, whether that be arcade titles, xbox 360 titles or both powered by emulation in the cloud. I’d be a happy man then.

      • http://twitter.com/dlchief58 Michael Burden

        It comes down to resources versus return on investment. It would be a MAJOR undertaking to do emulation on the library of Xbox games, even just the Arcade titles which for some reason people think they are different than retail disc titles. News flash – they are all written for the same processor (PowerPC) and OS (360) as the retail disc games meaning they are not going to be any easier to emulate. Less than half the original Xbox titles were emulated on the 360 and some did have performance issues or glitches. So there would be a TON of work emulating all the games with almost zero return on that time spent in terms of revenue.

        People are constantly underestimating the power of the PowerPC chipset as well. Though the 360 did a decent job emulating the original Xbox, the One would be pushed in trying to emulate the 360. Any Mac user knows that games run under emulation on their machine will either be severely gimped or not function at all – better to keep the old machine around if you want to enjoy the game properly.

        The only way they could have easily had BC was through a hardware solution, which really isn’t feasible. Including a PowerPC chip in the Xbox One would have dramatically increased the heat generated by the system and increased the power usage. The current generation of PowerPC chips notoriously run hot. The video chipset would not be a major concern since they are sticking with an ATI/AMD video processor. And adding the extra chip would have also increased the box size as well as the cost of the machine. Add to that the 360 OS kernel that would also need to run taxing the system resources, but probably not as big a deal if it ran on its own processor but would be under emulation.

        I would have loved to have BC in the next console but know enough to understand why it was a pipe dream.

        • Marcus Roof

          I’ve heard this argument plenty of times. it’s a techno-”explain it away” un-imaginative argument…why not introduce a new PowerPC chip that is less costly, less hot, etc and simply add an additional SKU for the ONE at a higher price point for people like me. I’d gladly pay extra for backward compatibility. MS was constantly changing out internal components over the 360 life cycle, CPU/GPU at smaller nm, better disc drives, better hard drives, etc..360 OS kernel? it’s a fortune 500 billion dollar software giant. so cook me up some good software MS….

          • TonyLN

            Because then everyone would complain that it was too confusing and that they didn’t think they should have to pay more for BC… Just like they did for the PS3 — just to have nobody care about BC 3 years down the line.
            When the 360 came out I can only imagine how much money was put in to making things BC with the first Xbox (would really have liked to say XB 1, but that name is taken). For a few years they had developers working on making as many titles as possible work on the 360 — and now nobody even cares about those games.
            It’s a waste of resources (both at M$ and inside the One) and money that can be better spent on other things.

          • Marcus Roof

            it would be confusing for the bestbuy high school level intellect employees to try to sell to ‘merica hillbillies yes.

            but 360 b/c with the ONE is more important than Xbox b/c with the 360 because the 360 catalog is larger by an order of magnitude…plus all the titles that have LIVE interactivity that the original Xbox never had…

            Even if there are diminishing returns, it’s what 99% of us want on a wishlist for the ONE…

          • Roberto Merino

            PRobably people would rely on BC during the first year of life of the ONE. Later nobody cares about BC.

          • Z4M0

            I bet microsoft is interested in selling their console during the 1st year of life, specially to those who spend big money on gaming.

          • http://twitter.com/ENich1 E.Nich

            Indeed, besides, at the very least the digital ones should have mandatory b/c.

          • http://twitter.com/dlchief58 Michael Burden

            Spoken like someone who doesn’t have the slightest clue about computer code and compatibility issues between processors that have completely different architecture (RISC (PPC) vs CISC (x86)). Besides the technical hurdles (which are the same as those for a retail disc, being digital makes absolutely NO DIFFERENCE), there is ultimately the return on investment – which would be almost zero return cash wise on an expensive and time consuming venture.

          • http://twitter.com/dlchief58 Michael Burden

            Wow, you blow off the truth and simple logic as an unimaginative argument? Are you that dense and uneducated?

            You realize Microsoft doesn’t make the PowerPC chips, IBM does. And the reason Apple switched from the PowerPC chip to Intel processors was because:

            a) They ran too hot to be used effectively in laptops after the G4 (the chip in the 360 would be comparable to the following generation, the G5 since the first dev kits were PowerMac G5 towers).

            b) IBM was not able to make increases in speed fast enough in that processor line.

            So IBM would be the bottleneck in producing a smaller, more efficient chip and they have not been the fastest in terms of making significant improvements in the processor. This hardware solution would probably add about $100 to the cost of the console easily and introduce the problems I stated above (heat, larger size on an already big case, etc.). There are even other issues I could bring up which makes this solution difficult, but I am afraid it would be too advanced/technical for your mind to handle.

            Emulation is not a viable solution at all for games this generation. Too many differences in each developer’s code, more complex coding and the quantity of games released make this a nightmare. But the biggest problem is economics – very little cash return on a substantial cash and time investment. Better they look forward than back, just keep producing the 360 for a few more years with a less expensive, newly designed model (which is a very possible reveal at E3).

            And I restate, I would have loved for the One to be BC. But once Microsoft confirmed they were switching to an AMD/x86 chip I knew that it was extremely unlikely to happen. Had they remained with an improved PowerPC chip as the main processor, there would have been little problem supporting the old games.

          • Roberto Merino

            They should have done a Sega’s 32X kind of accessory to make backwards compatibility possible, and sell it with some margin for them. They will not sell millions of units, but hell, they earn some money, and retro-tarded people like me would be happy.

          • http://twitter.com/dlchief58 Michael Burden

            Why even go that route? The 32X was a failure in terms of sales (like the Sega CD before it) as most add-on peripherals do very poorly in terms of adoption and sales (Kinect being the obvious exception). And you still have an extra box to deal with. Better to just keep supporting the 360 since they already have the technology developed and production lines in place.

        • Gabriel House

          Bah! You and your … knowledge and reasonable assumptions! Be gone with ye!

      • safdf

        I think it gotta do more with the way the ONE enters the web, since it has to go to many check spots so the crooks won’t use it.

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/Curtis-Isabell/1036013363 Curtis Isabell

          except it has nothing to do with “crooks” unless you mean people who loan games to friends or sell games they no longer want as “crooks”

    • ElektroDragon

      The VM cloud thing will be a PS4 feature only because they are incoporating Gaikai. MS doesn’t understand the need for playing old games when they are busy turning games into TV shows.

      • ikari_paul

        The problem of cloud is that you need a huge bandwidth to stream full XBO/PS4 games…. But theres really not an excuse when it comes to XBLA games. Heck, sony will stream ps3 indie games with gaikai, so theres not an excuse for m$ (heck, even Live Gold is still paid, so its even more mandatory now)

    • safdf

      Let’s say the add BC and you migrate your 360 XBLA games but the authentication every 24 hours stays. Imagine one day for any reason, all servers are closed, that day, your XBO and all of your games, digital and on disc, along with your XBO, become trash. That day you go look for your 360 you didn’t get rid of, plug it and it works, but it is no longer allowed to use your XBLA because is no longer the machine the games are linked to. If only you kept them in the 360…

      • http://twitter.com/ENich1 E.Nich

        They still work on the 360 if you don’t connect it again online just before doing the migration, since no one would tell it that it no longer has the licences. But you won’t be able to play online on that 360, of course.

    • ikari_paul

      Feel your pain. We know that sony will use gaikai to stream ps1-3 content to the ps4. Its not asking m$ much to have the same service available trough m$ cloud… Heck, Live Gold is still paid, so theres not an excuse. But common sense is not m$ forté, im afraid…

  • Dennis Crosby

    I was wondering if anyone knows if state of decay is gonna support co-op

  • Time Will

    come on larry we want news on the used games issue on the new xbox one and are we able to unplug Kinect instead of turning it off. this is what we the gamers want to know

    • mcmax3000

      The second part of your question has already been answered… You have to have the Kinect sensor plugged in, but it can be turned off.

      Also, I fail to see what any of this has to do with CastleStorm, the actual topic of this post.

  • Time Will

    I just like it when Microsoft comes out with news that p isses off gamers and says more details coming later or in waves

  • TonyLN

    Game looks cool, but I stopped buying games for the 360 back in November knowing that the next Xbox would not support them. I’ve been buying everything on the PC and for the WiiU (not many on there) — with the announcement of no BC (which is fine) it just justifies my decision and I will that much extra money saved up to my games for the PS4/One later this year.

    • Time Will

      with Microsoft being quiet now about the used games now its just hurting them more I guess their waiting on ps4 see what they do on the used game issue

      • TonyLN

        They are waiting for E3 — just like Sony is — and they are both going to be doing something similar with reg-codes and online activation and publishers getting a piece of the pie.

        • Time Will

          ok let me say this if xbox one goes with the dmr and the game is linked with your account. lets say you have 20 games for the xbox one and one day you wake up and your account is hacked and or banned. you are out of 20 games

          • TonyLN

            Even if you get banned from Live now; or from Steam; or wherever you still are able to access all you games. If they decided not to support that you could demand you money back and you would get it – or you could take them to court and win.
            If your account is hacked you contact M$ and they work with you just like they do now if you get hacked. Welcome to the 21st century; the tech is only going to get better and be more in the cloud.

    • Clattus

      You’re missing out, never buy a next gen console first year, overpriced, few as well as usually crappy games, and don’t know what you’re getting. Early hardware is also prone to failure.

      • TonyLN

        Missing out – on what — Last game I bought was Halo 4… What has come out since then (exclusive to the 360/PS3) that would be worth playing and or not waiting to see if the PS4/One get’s it?

        Also, I could care less about spending more money on a system the 1st year; I care more about the hassle involved with having 6+ consoles hooked up in my living room in order to play all the games I want to play. If I don’t buy something, I wont miss it.

        • Clattus

          A console just launching has very few games and fewer still that are any good. It is not until the 2nd even 3rd year that it actually starts to pick up. On the 360 for the first year which game was played the most? Halo 2 on regular old xbox.

          Not only that this upcoming generation is the shakiest and most marginally improved from previous consoles possibly being further diluted down by non-gaming media and features. Granted if you get all consoles there is a little more selection but it’s an extremely high price to pay for so little. Meanwhile missing out on all the discounts on the current gen saving up for the next.

  • Time Will

    ok let me say this if xbox one goes with the dmr and the game is linked with your account. lets say you have 20 games for the xbox one and one day you wake up and your account is hacked and or banned. you are out of 20 games?

    • ikari_paul

      Im sure there will be some measures in place, to allow you to recover your account. It might take a couple of days, but if you provide documentation, and by checking the ip history of your connections (like, after x date, the connections are made from china or russia), all would be ok. As long as you fill in your correct data, and you provide a valid phone nr, youll be safe no mather what

      • safdf

        Bureaucracy in corporations, that’s the future? So much for winning the cold war.

    • boe2

      Just like with the 360, Steam and ps3: Yes, you lose your games. Don’t get banned.

      Feel free to throw a tantrum anyway, it’s popular these days.

      • ikari_paul

        Feel free to stand up for your rights. That used to be popular too, but i guess the way the cool kids do it nowadays is to say yes to everything the corporations come up with

        • boe2

          You are right. Let’s go smash Valve’s windows. No trading possible and losing all your games when you get banned. It’s scandalous!

          • ikari_paul

            Use your brain for a second, though accute fanboyism might prevent you from doing that. with steam, you get much better prices. So all this comes down to this: if MS wants us to give up used games, bring down the prices. Thats the only reason why people adopted steam. Had valve not given us a great pricing model, the pc gamers would never have adopted the service.
            You say people should “deal with progress” and embrace useless mandatory logins and give up used games. Well, guess what. Everybody should embrace the future, and also embrace cheaper games, no? Still sporting a stupid smirk?

          • boe2

            You do realise that on steam:

            - launch prices as the same as retail prices
            - Deep discounts came AFTER the worldwide adoption of steam

            What I am doing is purely -objective-, factual observation. Arguing with you feels like arguing with a devoted christian: It’s impossible since you refuse to accept any logic and simply resort to namecalling instead.

          • ikari_paul

            After you played the arrogant know-it-all troll card, i just replied back in the same tone. Glad you appreciate it.

            Steam does prevent the user to trade in games, but in return offers great discounts, the only way people accept the loss of used games. So no, were not going to smash their windows, because we got something in return.

          • boe2

            Funny thing is that there is a “remember steam in the first years” thread on reddit right now where everyone complains how hard it sucked: People only used it because HL2 and counterstrike forced you to. 3rd party games only came a few years later. Deals came even later.

            But hey, I am the one trolling and twisting the truth. Why believe me?

          • http://www.jpitta.com PittaMan

            @Boe2 – These kids are hysterical.

          • http://www.jpitta.com PittaMan

            ^ This guy is correct

            And any one is high if they think Sony isn’t going to have a similarly protective slant on used games in relation to developers.

          • John Walker

            oh the pc console comparison. gotta love it.

      • Nate Welles

        How is that throwing a tantrum? Feel free to look up the definition.

    • Does Not Equal

      Yes, CastleStorm.

  • ElektroDragon

    Will this run on my new water cooler?

    • safdf

      It won’t even run on the ONE.

      • ElektroDragon

        Sarcasm is lost on you, I see. :) Or you did not watch the reveal.

    • Time Will

      it wont even run in my Dallas Cowboys water cooler

  • Roberto Merino

    MN should come every day and open a post titled “Xbox ONE”, with a content of “Xbox ONE”, and nothing else, after all, all comments talk about the same in every single post, so, why posting game news or other things?

    • safdf

      Give us straight answers and everybody will stop whining, complaining, commenting and even begging for a change about the XBO.

      • Roberto Merino

        I am with you, we all want answers, but there is already threads related to that matter, we could simply ignore the other threads, like this one, related to games and other stuff.

  • Jaffa Cake King

    “Building castles and knocking them down has never been so much fun!”

    Sounds very similar to what you have done with the Xbox brand.

  • jlh

    The game looks really good. Anyone who hasn’t checked it out yet there is a great video with the developers up on youtube right now.

  • Gábor Tóth

    I highly recommend this game, great fun to play.

  • kingcrusher

    Decent game. Definitely one I will eventually get. Was enjoyable (the demo).

  • http://twitter.com/dlchief58 Michael Burden

    LOL, maybe you should have actually read the link you posted. While it is true you cannot re-download the DLC it remains fully playable on the Xbox. I can still play any Halo 2 maps, Links courses, Splinter Cell maps, Ms Pac-man, or any other map pack I previously downloaded. I just cannot play those games over Live or download the content again (but made sure I did download all pertinent information on my 360 as well before they discontinued the Live service for the Xbox).

    All they were complaining about was the loss of the Live service for the original Xbox games and not being able to download the content to their console again after they shut it down. That was their own fault for not doing this (and patching any games) prior to the service being taken down.

  • callmesteam

    62 comments… three are about the actual game. It’s great! Check it out! The demo just scratches the surface. Controls take a little getting used to…

  • Lee Forbes

    Played the trial and really liked it I’m about to buy it, first time in a while I impulse bought an arcade game.

  • Bennijin

    Hunter’s Trophy 2: Australia is out today too if you wanted to buy a terrible game twice.

  • PSN_IS_GARBAGE

    I wont be buying a single thing untill after E3. I want to know what console brand I’ll be supporting before forking any more money into these consoles. I’m already up in arms an conflicted enough as it is.

  • Time Will

    ps4 has not said a thing yet so im thinking their not going with the DMR like XBOX is it be a smart move for PS4 at this time

  • Time Will

    if Microsoft gets that head out their collective as s, correct some of that DRM BS as well as show some half decent games at e3 I might get “both”….. In time

    Until then I’ll vote with my wallet and I think everyone should do the same….

  • http://www.facebook.com/cleiton.m.santos Cleiton Santos

    Any digital content(Game, DLC etc.) that you have purchased will always play on your X360 even if they shut down the servers. The thing to worry about here is that down the road, you won’t be able to freely re-download digital content due to them no longer being available on the servers. When the servers will be shut down? Only Microsoft knows ofc.

    If your X360 snafu on you down the road and the servers happen to no longer be online for you to re-download your stuff, you’d have to send your console back to Microsoft for them to refresh your content license.

    The X360S seems to be pretty reliable though so I wouldn’t worry too much about it.

  • Time Will

    so i understand why they go rid of the family gold pack so they can dubble dip with the use game fee 4 accounts one game of halo 4 3 fees to get the game working on the other accounts

    • Time Will

      all on different xbox ones

    • jlh

      Both Paul Thurrott and Tom Warren have said that one Gold account will include access for everyone in the household starting next gen so there was no need for a separate Gold Family plan.

      • Time Will

        what about on different xbox ones in the same house like most people have

        • jlh

          That is what they have been saying for quite some time now and their sources inside MS are excellent. They have said that you will no longer need a separate Gold account for everyone in your household the accounts will work as parent-child for everyone in the household which of course works fine on multiple consoles because it is account based not tied to the console.

    • Does Not Equal

      I think you can play CastleStorm with or without a family account.

  • Z4M0

    sooo… anyone else but me loved the game ?

    • jlh

      I really like it though it is definitely posing something of a challenge for me at the moment. I don’t know why I thought it would be easier but it isn’t. Also this is an absolutely beautiful game, I really just love looking at it.

    • Clattus

      Yeah it’s great!

  • ryder4life22187

    I guess it’s a little strange that my friend at work has Halo 2 maps and still plays them with a friend through system link.

  • Clattus

    Game is a lot of fun. Great gameplay and Graphics. Another example of arcade games surpassing regular 360 games in creativity and innovation.

    • DudBug

      Agreed that the game looks a lot of fun but Don Mattrick’s announcement that anybody who worries about backwards compatibility is ‘backwards’ acts as a real disincentive to purchase anything now as it suggests that Microsoft have no interest in the longer-term viability of our purchases.

  • Rodrigo Chaves

    I have lost all interest in XBLA games, Why continue to buy and build a XBLA library when I cant take them with me when I finally decide to upgrade to the X1… The fact that when my X360 dies and I want to play Super Street Fighter, Limbo, Castle Crashers or Trials again I will either have to buy them again for the X1 or buy another X360 really pisses me off…

    • DudBug

      Imagine the outcry if Apple released a new iPad which rendered all previous app purchases void. I really hope that Microsoft do find some sort of backwards compatibility solution – how can the Xbox One claim to be the one box for all our entertainment needs when Microsoft are advising us to hold on to our 360s? If a backwards compatibility solution is impossible, then Microsoft should as a minimum gesture of good will announce at E3 that there will be vouchers / points credited to all Xbox users for each 360 game that they have downloaded as of E3. I would still rather have genuine backwards compatibility but such a gesture would go some way to generating some positive feeling about their new console.

      • Rodrigo Chaves

        Exactly.. this attitude of theirs of “Just keep your 360″ is a slap in the face of anyone who has invested money into building a XBLA library, hell I have gone through 3 X360′s and still went back for more, but now I’m just going to focus my spending to my Steam account, eventually at some point maybe in 2 – 3 yrs Ill pick up the X1 but only if they have a few exclusives I really want to play, even then I will no longer purchase anymore XBLA or Games on Demand from them, because they dont bother to make their current customers happy..

  • http://www.jpitta.com PittaMan

    This game is dope!

 
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