This week's deal from Microsoft lets you run about with the kids of South Park as Stan, Kyle, Kenny, and Cartman battle it out against waves of enemies, including Ginger Kids, Professor Chaos, and Scott Tenorman! Also, Deadliest Warrior and DeathSpank are available from tomorrow, plus Summer of Arcade begins on the 21st of July.
- South Park Let's Go Tower Defense Play 800 400 Points
If you've played any of the other tower defense games then you'll know that you'll have to defeat your opponents by using strategically placed offensive and defensive towers, and taking control of a character on order to take the fight to your foes. This is really a game for South Park fans as there's nothing really new to whet your appetite, but running around the animated landscapes of South Park is great fun, especially when you get a couple of friends to join you, which you'll want to do because the single player isn't that great.
Summer of Arcade
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On the 21st of July the Summer of Arcade begins with the release of five games (one per week) until the 18th of August, starting with Limbo, then Hydro Thunder Hurricane, followed by Castlevania Harmony of Despair, with Monday Night Combat hot in its heels, and ends with Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light. Each game costs 1200 points, which is a little on the pricey side of things, but if you order all five you'll get 1200 points back to soften the blow. We'll be keeping you abreast of things as per usual to help you decide where to drop your MS Points over the coming month.
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Price: 1200 Points
DeathSpank provides you with a hilarious RPG adventure, which you can play alone or with a friend, as you charge around dungeons and traverse the mysterious terrain whilst looking for a powerful treasure aptly named The Artifact. Not only are the environments pretty big, but you'll also find that they're littered with humorous items for you to collect.
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Price: 800 Points
Deadliest Warrior is every military historians dream come true, as it allows you to pick from a range of well known historical warriors, outfit them with a small arsenal, and then pit them against one another in some messy battles. I want this game not only because of the five game modes, and the chance you get to hack your enemies head or limbs off, but because you can actually earn experience points for taunting your vanquished opponent's lifeless body.