Monday 19th – Wednesday 21st April 2010

The Xbox Live Marketplace has been updated with some new content over the past three days, including two new Xbox Live Arcade titles, Rock Band content and new game trailers. Here is the full Xbox Live Marketplace update for Monday 19th – Wednesday 21st April 2010:

Xbox Live Arcade
Full Game – After Burner Climax
Price: 800 Microsoft Points (Trial available)

Full Game – Puzzle Chronicles
Price: 800 Microsoft Points (Trial available)
Size: 533 MB
Enter the dark and savage lands of the Ashurin Empire as you battle to avenge the atrocities the Empire brought upon your tribesmen. On your heroic quest to topple the Empire you will fight fierce beasts and battle hardened warriors in this new Puzzle RPG hybrid game. Featuring an active puzzle combat mechanic, deep story, and robust character development Puzzle Chronicles will bring you into the next era of Puzzle RPGs. There are no refunds for this item. For more information, see

Game Content
Rock Band: Coheed and Cambria Pack 01
Price: 440 Microsoft Points
Size: 109 MB
Build your Rock Band library by purchasing this song game track pack: Coheed and Cambria Pack 01. This pack includes “Here We Are Juggernaut,” “The Broken,” and “Guns of Summer” by Coheed and Cambria. PLEASE NOTE: Rock Band game disc is required to play song game tracks. This song game track pack includes three song game tracks at a discounted rate over individual purchases. Many Rock Band songs are available as both a multipack and as a single game track. These songs are exactly the same (unless expressly noted as a special version or remix). Be aware that it is possible to download the same song twice so please carefully consider your purchases.

Rock Band: “The Broken”
Price: 160 Microsoft Points
Size: 32 MB

Rock Band: “Here We Are Juggernaut”
Price: 160 Microsoft Points
Size: 30 MB

Rock Band: “Guns of Summer”
Price: 160 Microsoft Points
Size: 47 MB

Rock Band: “American Music”
Price: 160 Microsoft Points
Size: 27 MB

Rock Band: “Sun Hits the Sky”
Price: 160 Microsoft Points
Size: 37 MB

Rock Band: “Peek-a-Boo”
Price: 160 Microsoft Points
Size: 23 MB

Game Videos & Trailers
Crackdown 2: Nothing is Sacred – Video (HD)
Price: Free
Size: 97 MB
“Nothing is Sacred” features commentary about one of the biggest attractions in “Crackdown 2”: the fusion of spontaneity and humor with the chaos that surrounds. In this video documentary, the team from Ruffian Games discusses the undercurrents of humor found in any situation, whether you’re tearing up bus shelters, using vehicles as projectile weapons or dropping in on your foes from high above. The can-do attitude of “Crackdown 2” will have you ripping through Pacific City and creating the most memorable experiences ever, whether solo or with your friends. (Not Rated)

Red Dead Redemption: Gameplay Series: Life in the West Part II
Price: Free
Size: 143 MB
While the first chapter of Life in the West merely touched on some of the dangers of frontier life in the world of Red Dead Redemption, Life in the West: Part II contains more depth and detail on the atmosphere of revolutionary turmoil and social unrest that was prevalent during the time period, with gangs overrunning decrepit towns and roadside bandits a constant threat. (Not Rated)

Zeno Clash Ultimate Edition Gameplay Trailer (HD)
Price: Free
Size: 79 MB
Get an up-close view of the visceral first-person combat that makes up Zeno Clash: Ultimate Edition. Start with a series of punches, kicks, and grabs, follow up with a knee to the enemy’s face, and hit him with a finishing move that’ll send him flying yards away. Guns and melee weapons offer additional power and tactical options. In the land of Zenozoik, the city of Halstedom is ruled by a powerful clan, one which Ghat has betrayed by killing Father-Mother, the clan’s leader. As Ghat, you’ll fight your way through your former brothers and sisters, crazed individualists, and worse in order to escape in this unique first-person puncher. The bare-knuckled brawl to reach the truth has just begun. (Not Rated)

David Wriglesworth

David Wriglesworth is a Northern lad with a passion for gaming, who graduated from the University of Lincoln with a BA (Hons) Journalism degree. If you can drag him away from the consoles, you can probably find him Tweeting or watching Coronation Street.

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