If you’ve been browsing the Xbox Games Store recently, you might have noticed that two new Xbox One games were added to the virtual shelves today.
Guns, Gore & Cannoli is a side-scrolling shooter set in the fictional city of Thugtown, circa 1925. Thugtown has a serious organized crime problem, but godfather and goon alike are about to discover the city’s serious zombie problem. Just give ’em the “Moe Green Special” and everything will work out, capisce?
Also available this week is Fermi’s Path, a game that lets players take control of a subatomic particle forced to navigate a neural connection. That’s a very science-y way of saying that Fermi’s Path mashes together a rhythm game with the ring-collecting from Sonic the Hedgehog 2‘s Special Stages.
More information on both of these games can be found right here:
Xbox One Games
Guns, Gore & Cannoli ($9.99)
The game tells the story of Vinnie Cannoli and his mob family, set in the fictional Thugtown circa 1925, the height of prohibition. Beneath the city overrun by zombies, there’s a dark story of conspiracy and betrayal. Unravel the sneaky mafia ways and government conspiracy while you try to look for your lost pal and for answers about the zombie-outbreak. Lose yourself in an exciting, elaborate tale of the underground and underworld. Experience friendship, betrayal, vengeance, and witness first hand the rise and fall of a criminal mastermind.
Fermi’s Path ($9.99)
In this action-loaded arcade game you play the role of Fermi, a particle on a terrific trip through subatomic space. Driven by the music you have to avoid obstacles and eliminate incoming particles on ever-accelerating levels to crack the top score! After mastering each level you can play it in infinity mode in an open-end highscore.