Ms Splosion Man will cost a very reasonable $10

With $15 the standard price these days, here's one game that isn't out to splode you wallet

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Remember when Geometry Wars launched Xbox Live Arcade and cost a mere $5/400 MS points? Those days are long gone, as the prices for XBLA%26rsquo;s original content continues to climb, with your average game costing $15 and the fancier titles going for $20. That%26rsquo;s why next week%26rsquo;s XBLA release Ms. Splosion Man is newsworthy, as the pricing harkens back to a simpler time, an era when charging 800 points for a marquee game wasn%26rsquo;t considered a rare treat. Yes, Twisted Pixel%26rsquo;s Ms Splosion Man will only set you back $10!

Available next week on the 13th, Ms. Splosion Man is the sequel to one of our favorite XBLA titles of all time. Splosion Man was a fun and challenging new spin on classic 2D gameplay with hilarious musicand some of the best post-modern use of FMV we%26rsquo;ve ever seen. Splosion Man also retailed for 800 points, which was a great deal considering how much content was packed in. Ms. Splosion Man promises a similar numbers of levels and additional, brand-new modes, so logic says the sequel will be an even better deal, but let%26rsquo;s wait for our review next week just to be safe.

Jul 5, 2011

Available next week on the 13th, Ms. Splosion Man is the sequel to one of our favorite XBLA titles of all time. Splosion Man was a fun and challenging new spin on classic 2D gameplay with hilarious musicand some of the best post-modern use of FMV we%26rsquo;ve ever seen. Splosion Man also retailed for 800 points, which was a great deal considering how much content was packed in. Ms. Splosion Man promises a similar numbers of levels and additional, brand-new modes, so logic says the sequel will be an even better deal, but let%26rsquo;s wait for our review next week just to be safe.

Jul 5, 2011

Available next week on the 13th, Ms. Splosion Man is the sequel to one of our favorite XBLA titles of all time. Splosion Man was a fun and challenging new spin on classic 2D gameplay with hilarious musicand some of the best post-modern use of FMV we%26rsquo;ve ever seen. Splosion Man also retailed for 800 points, which was a great deal considering how much content was packed in. Ms. Splosion Man promises a similar numbers of levels and additional, brand-new modes, so logic says the sequel will be an even better deal, but let%26rsquo;s wait for our review next week just to be safe.

Jul 5, 2011

Available next week on the 13th, Ms. Splosion Man is the sequel to one of our favorite XBLA titles of all time. Splosion Man was a fun and challenging new spin on classic 2D gameplay with hilarious musicand some of the best post-modern use of FMV we%26rsquo;ve ever seen. Splosion Man also retailed for 800 points, which was a great deal considering how much content was packed in. Ms. Splosion Man promises a similar numbers of levels and additional, brand-new modes, so logic says the sequel will be an even better deal, but let%26rsquo;s wait for our review next week just to be safe.

Jul 5, 2011

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