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The Xbox Live Arcade always receives an influx of heavily promoted titles at least once a year to instill awareness about Microsoft’s much-appreciated Xbox Live service. In 2008, the Summer of Arcade debuted with Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved, Castle Crashers, Braid and many others. In 2009, Microsoft brought back the same program with Marvel vs. Capcom 2, Trials HD, Shadow Complex and a... Read Review

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