Another World 20th Anniversary Edition is Now Available on Xbox One

Another World 20th Anniversary EditionContent: Another World 20th Anniversary Edition

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Game Description: Also known as Out Of This World, Another World is a pioneer action/platformer that released across more than a dozen platforms since its debut in 1991. Along the years, Another World has attained cult status among critics and sophisticated gamers alike. An immersive adventure with unique storytelling, Another World chronicles the story of Lester Knight Chaykin a young scientist hurtled through space and time by a nuclear experiment that goes wrong. A remastered presentation: a joint effort between visionary game-designer Eric Chahi and developer Martial Hesse Dreville, Another World is back in its 20th Anniversary Edition with Full High Definition graphics faithful to the original design.

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46 thoughts on “Another World 20th Anniversary Edition is Now Available on Xbox One

    1. The game tells a story of Lester, a young scientist who, as a result of an experiment gone wrong, finds himself in a dangerous alien world where he is forced to fight for his survival.

      The original played like an early version of Shadow Complex…we talking way early…but who knows what this one brings to the table.

  1. WOW….I loved this game on the computer way back when. Too bad it’s not available on the 360. Man everyday that goes by there seems to be another reason for me to buy an X1.

  2. Found a trailer on it and it looks like the same game basically. Those that are not familiar with it will be surprised that it’s a 20 year old game that hasn’t been revamped, at least from what I could tell on the trailer.

    Well played X1

  3. the 20th edition was released on pc like 3 years ago? this is basically the same game without any updates and it is expensive and very short (3 hours max)

      1. ah so it is 1 year old my bad. Well maybe you love this game cause you played when you were young, I was still 2 years old when it released lol

      1. And if $8 is the breaking point, you need to find a less expensive hobby. Complaining about a $60 game is one thing, but $8 for a new release is a little ridiculous to be whining about – especially when most indie/arcade titles are going for $15-$20 on the One.

  4. 20th Anniversary? its three years late then. Anyway, so much cheaper to buy on android than the xbox one. Is this available in the UK as so far most the games released seem to be USA only.

      1. Flashback (original) was better but OOTW was still fun. I remember it taking me ages to get past that first enemy… evil (brilliant) people turning gaming conventions on their knees.

      2. You are correct it was originally developed for the Amiga and Atari ST however it had/has a cult following on the PC where it became popular and sold way many more copies.

      3. either way i agree its a classic without a doubt. i remember me and my friends running around the school playground imitaiting the game voices. i think one sounded like ‘mah crowbar’ lol dont want to replay it because games and my taste has changed so much that i might not like it now. I want to keep the good memories i have of it.

  5. Seriously now, why is this not on the 360? I’m pretty sure that the 360 can run a 23 year old game… seeing as how I bought this from GOG for the PC a year ago I actually know the 360 can.

  6. i remembering buying this (all games had cool box art) and being like wtf. games were so hard back then to kids. every game was like dark souls difficulty. only crying and gritting teeth got you through it and the occasional broke controller. i won’t be getting this game again. still have the original.

      1. You first, get Microsoft to while you’re at it. Or go on XE dot com.

        DLC pricing model, pre-November 2013 prices in brackets.
        $19.99 = £15.99* (£13.49)
        $14.99 = £11.99 (£9.99)
        $9.99 = £7.99 (£6.75)
        $4.99 = £3.99 (£3.39**)
        *£14.99 on PSN
        **Sometimes £3.19 on PSN

        Conversions correct at the time of writing according to XE.
        Rounded to two decimal places.

        USD to GBP
        US DLC pricing model
        $19.99 = £11.90
        $14.99 = £8.92
        $9.99 = £5.95
        $4.99 = £2.97

        GBP to USD
        Current UK DLC pricing model
        £15.99 = $26.87
        £11.99 – $20.15
        £7.99 = $13.42
        £3.99 = $6.70

        Previous UK DLC pricing model (before November 2013)
        £13.49 = $22.66
        £9.99 = $16.79
        £6.75 = $11.34
        £3.39 = $5.70

        UK tax is 20%, however digital transactions are handled in Luxembourg where the tax rate is 15%. The UK Government want to close this loophole by next year, and even if they do Microsoft are still price gouging us for having the audacity to live in a different region.

        In this instance £4.71 + 20% VAT is £5.65. That is the absolute maximum this should cost. The extra charge is completely baseless in this day and age.

  7. Would it have killed them to put a darned checkpoint after the water escape sequence? Jeez, talk about frustration. Take 100 tries to get past the bloody thing just to get insta vaporized by an alien 2 screens later… and YAY I get to the water thing again! But wait… I get through it again after 20 tries… and I get vaporized again! Ugh….

    1. Ha. I was struggling at that part the first time I got here after originally playing it years ago. Check out a video guide as you have to do things in a certain order which should give you a check point.

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