Arcade: Monkey Island 2 and Blacklight: Tango Down

 

Monkey Island™ 2 Special Edition: LeChuck's Revenge™Content: Monkey Island 2 Special Edition: LeChuck’s Revenge
Price: 800 Microsoft Points
Availability: All Xbox LIVE regions
Dash Text: More Pirates! More Adventure! More Monkeys! Relive the second hilarious swashbuckling misadventure of the wannabe pirate Guybrush Threepwood as he searches for the lost treasure of Big Whoop, attempts to win back the beautiful Elaine Marley and takes on the now evil zombie pirate, LeChuck! Monkey Island™ 2 Special Edition: LeChuck’s Revenge™ faithfully re-imagines the original classic in signature special edition detail. Plus, interact with the world of Monkey Island™ like never before with new direct-character controls, an interactive object highlight system, behind the scenes art viewer and creator commentary featuring the original developers of Monkey Island™ 2: LeChuck’s Revenge™! There are no refunds for this item. For more information, see www.xbox.com/live/accounts.

 

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Content: Blacklight: Tango Down
Price: 1200 Microsoft Points
Availability: Not available in Asia, Australia or New Zealand
Dash Text: Unlock the full version of Blacklight: Tango Down and experience the bleeding edge of advanced warfare. Fight tomorrow’s conflicts with or against your friends in the gritty Blacklight universe. Make your stand across seven game modes with 12 different maps in intense online battles supporting up to 16 players. Or fight through four intense Black Ops missions co-operatively or alone; all the while gaining experience, collecting stats, and unlocking items. Earn new weapon attachments and items, improve your abilities, and engage your Hyper Reality Visor to locate enemies and take them out. Customize your character and weaponry from among millions of combinations to become the soldier you always wanted to be. There are no refunds for this item. For more information, see www.xbox.com/live/accounts

 

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64 thoughts on “Arcade: Monkey Island 2 and Blacklight: Tango Down

  1. I can’t find a better place to post this, but here it is.

    This is regarding Xbox Original Games. This is my experience with the New Xbox 360 S. Regarding Xbox 360 HDD transfer. DRM is CRAP! Especially since you bring out a NEW Console AFTER THE FACT OF XBOX LIVE V1 IS DISCONTINUED! I bought the new Xbox 360 S. I used a TRANSFER CABLE to transfer the data from my old Xbox 360 Elite (Black) to the New Xbox 360 S (250GB). The GAME SAVES along with applicable DOWNLOADABLE CONTENT is no longer recognized after the transfer. You can still see the data on the HDD, but the game (if it sees it at all) tells you in most cases that the data may be corrupted and is no longer usable. This may or may not include DLC depending on the game. Here is a list of my Xbox Original Games. Buffy the Vampire Slayer 1 and 2 game saves were not transferred. Dead or Alive 3 is ‘Unknown Game’. Halo: Combat Evolved GAME SAVE appears intact. Halo 2 GAME SAVE appears intact, DLC inaccessible. Star Wars: Battlefront 1 and 2 GAME SAVES appear intact, DLC inaccessible. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic GAME SAVES unknown, XBOX 360 S will not read the disc or freezes shortly after it tries to load. Star Wars: KOTOR DLC unknown if intact. Star Wars: Republic Commando GAME SAVES inaccessible, DLC inaccessible. Star Wars: Episode III GAME SAVE partially intact, shows game not completed, but it was before transfer. Star Wars: Jedi Academy GAME SAVES appear intact, DLC not applicable. Lego Star Wars 1 GAME SAVE appears intact. SSX 3 GAME SAVE appears intact. All previous games mentioned are retail purchased games. That means I have the discs. Max Payne 2 was downloaded from XBLA Games on Demand (Xbox Originals). Max Payne 2 GAME SAVES inaccessible. I understand the you discontinued Xbox Live v1 back in April, however, you should have at least allowed the DRM to STAY so we could continue to use our original Xbox titles. Poor judgment on your part! This issue is not listed anywhere that I can find. It should be. MICROSOFT I THINK YOU SHOULD FIX THIS ISSUE! Feel free to leave feedback regarding how you feel about these issues!

  2. I was not impressed with Blacklight: Tango Down. Graphics weren’t up to snuff, the 2 levels I played both had the same drab, gray textures and it was hard to tell what kind of gun response there was, specifically between bursting and spraying, if any. The customization options were plentiful and the lobby system was functional. The overall package though, not enough to keep a loyal player base. Then again… it’s only $15.

  3. Odd that Blacklight aint available here in Australia. But I have to admit, it looks very generic; I can’t see myself buying it. Bad Company 2 and RDR has set the FPS bar very high for me.

  4. Blacklight was pretty decent.. But there was just something about that Unreal Engine rag doll physics that made killing people not fun.

  5. It’s all a matter of opinion of course. I personally feel in love with Blacklight: Tango Down. I loved the generally darker maps i thought the graphics were very good for a arcade game. The only thing i wish there was more of is the Black Ops maps. So i hope they have a DLC with more of those maps cause running around with friends shooting enemies in a unique environment is fun. I don’t see how people find this game generic. Plus, if your only playing two games that’s not enough to get a good feel for the game. You have to play several times while winning and losing and experimenting with the different weapons. It was a no-brainer for me i went straight to the store and got more points for Blacklight. Then again like i said it’s all a matter of opinion

  6. i didnt like blacklight: tango down. The Gameplay is kind of boring…nothing new. I have a FPS like Blacklight already so i dont need to spend 1200 points for this. Will wait for better stuff or i will spend it on the DLC for RDR cuz each pack will cost 800 MSP.

  7. hey, I dont want to be a bother and it could be an isolated insident, but I also cant download blacklight. It gets to 99% then it shows the status code 80073302 and I cant play it. I live on the east coast, North Carolina, and dont know why its happening are you guys in austalia getting that code??? If anyone does plz tell me tnx!!!

  8. Blacklight was probably made by a small team that didn’t have the time or the money to deal with the Australian ratings board and the fees that probably entails. Aslong as they hit America and Europe they’re selling to the two biggest gaming areas. It may just be as simple as that. If Blacklight becomes a phenomenon then any sequel will probably come to OZ and NZ. When launching a new and unproven IP these companies have to keep costs as low as possible and shoot for the biggest pot of gold.

  9. I tried the demo but didn’t really get into it. It doesn’t do anything new, different or better compared to games like Halo or COD. There’s nothing wrong with it but if I’m going to spend time playing a multiplayer FPS then it’s probably going to be one of the bigger and better made titles. It’s worth a try though.

  10. I ended up playing the Blacklight: Tango Down (trail). Before actually spending my MSP on the game. Oh boy. Was I happy afterwards. The game isn’t what I thought it would be. Its much less attractive after you’ve played 2-3 games.

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