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This weeks Arcade offerings revealed!

This Wednesday is set to be another busy Arcade day on Xbox LIVE as both Battestar Galactica and Exit will be making their debut as well as new content for both Bomberman Live and Pinball FX.

As reported right here last week, Battlestar Galactica (800 Microsoft Points) from Sierra Online and developer Auran Games gives gamers the opportunity to choose to side with either the Humans or Cylon forces as they pilot iconic ships from the Viper II to the Heavy Raider through intense space action in either single-player campaign or online multiplayer modes.

Developer Taito will be delivering gamers some great Arcade action themselves with Exit (800 Microsoft Points), a new stylish and addictive puzzle game where players must utilize their decision-making skills and quick wit to escape numerous obstacles while rescuing people from emergencies.

As if that weren’t enough, you’ll also find 2 new content download packs on Wednesday as “Bomb-Up Pack 3,” for Bomberman Live as well as new Pinball FX content will both be available.

Last, but certainly not least, Microsoft has announced that an update for the classic UNO is available now which will add the following:

* Big Button Pad Support – The Big Button Pad takes its inspiration from the buzzers used by contestants in countless game shows throughout the years, making it easy for players of all ages and skill levels to get in the game. Four Big Button Pads are included with each copy of Scene It? Lights, Camera, Action, a social and engaging movie trivia game launching this November. Players will also be able to use the Big Button Pads to play UNO on Xbox LIVE Arcade.
* Concentrated Camera Matchmaking – Xbox LIVE Vision Camera support is better than ever, providing the ability for camera-enabled players to match with other camera-enabled players and maximize the social experience!
* Direct Access to Privacy Settings – Xbox privacy settings are now displayed in-game. With a single button press the Xbox privacy settings launch right to the dashboard.

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October 22, 2007 - Posted by | Games, Xbox LIVE

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