Revolver 360 On Xbox Live Arcade Has A “25 Window Mode”

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At 240 Microsoft points, Revolver 360 by Cross Eaglet is a bit more expensive than the other Xbox Live Indie Games we’ve been covering this week, but it also looks considerably more impressive with its constantly-tilting screen and crazy features like 25 Window Mode.

 

The game also has its own trophy system, global rankings and looks gorgeous in screenshots. Here, take a look:

 

 

As per usual, Revolver 360 has a free demo on Xbox Live Arcade, which you can try before you buy. You can also find more screenshots on Cross Eaglet’s website.


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