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XBLA Today: Walking Dead Episode 5, Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D, Kinect Sports Gems
Telltale has finally reached the end of the first season of their adventure game adaptation of The Walking Dead. The final episode, “No Time Left,” is available to download from the Xbox Live Arcade today for 400 Microsoft Points ($5):
The final episode of a five-part game series set in Robert Kirkman’s award-winning zombie apocalypse. With time running out and the odds stacked against you, Clementine’s fate is in your hands. The culmination of your choices leads to the stunning conclusion of this first season of The Walking Dead. Purchase of this DLC requires The Walking Dead – Episode 1: A New Day.
Also available today is Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s Decade Duels Plus, a video game adaptation of the collectible card game. It’s been priced at 800 Microsoft Points ($10) and also includes the option to purchase additional card packs in-game:
Based on the popular Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s animated TV series Includes the latest cards from the official Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s Trading Card Game Complete against the most popular Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s characters during the finals Battle through Single player or compete in 4 player tag duels with text and voice chat ability.
Finally, a trio of Kinect Sports Gems, bite-sized motion-based sports titles, have been added to the XBLA. Each game is very accurately titled (3 Point Contest, Ski Race, and Darts vs Zombies) and has been priced at 240 Microsoft Points ($3) apiece.