Xbox Store Today: Serial Cleaner, Fatal Fury Special, DeadCore

It’s Friday, and Microsoft has added a trio of new games to the Xbox Games Store for the Xbox One.

First up is Serial Cleaner, an overhead action/stealth that asks players to take control of “The Cleaner,” a Tarantino-esque character who disposes of bodies for the mob.

Also available to download today is Fatal Fury Special, a fighting game that was originally released for the NeoGeo in 1993. Fatal Fury Special is actually a “powered-up” version of Fatal Fury 2, and it includes more characters, more speed, and the unique two-lane arenas the franchise is known for.

Finally today, Xbox One owners will have the chance to download DeadCore, a first-person platformer that blends “exploration, speedrunning, and puzzles” in a futuristic world.

You can learn more about all three of these titles after the break.

Xbox One Games

Serial Cleaner
Step into the polished shoes of The Cleaner, a professional crime scene cleaner for the mob. There’s no business like the cleaning business, and right now business is booming… Sneak around crime scenes avoiding detection from the guarding cops as you vacuum up blood, hide bodies, and remove evidence in this 70’s styled, fast paced, 2D action/stealth game.

Fatal Fury Special
Fatal Fury Special is a fighting game released by SNK in 1993. Fatal Fury Special is a powered-up version of Fatal Fury 2 which brings a faster game speed, introduces combo attacks for the first time in the Series, and welcomes more returning characters for a total of 15 fighters. Clear the game with specific conditions and Ryo Sakazaki from Art of Fighting will appear.

DeadCore
DeadCore is a first-person platformer blending exploration, speedrunning, and puzzles. Following the successful release on PC in 2014, DeadCore is now coming to Xbox One! After falling endlessly through powerful magnetic storms you wake up in a desolate world. Your memory erased, you start exploring this place surrounded by void as cryptic messages appear around you. Suddenly, you spot a gigantic Tower emerging from the mists. You soon understand that in order to find the answers you need, you must climb all the way to the top.

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