Fruit Ninja Kinect getting a little stale? Add some more punch to your game with the new DLC!
Details after the jump.
Halfbrick has created an all-new set of DLC for Fruit Ninja Kinect entitled ‘Storm Season’. The DLC will add a new ‘Storm Castle Background’, ‘Rain Man Shadow’ silhouetter, and Lightning Bolt Blade. The DLC also adds 3 new achievements worth 5o Gamerscore for all you achievement hunters out there.
‘Storm Season’ is available for download on Xbox Live Arcade for 160 Microsoft Points ($2) and if you haven’t bought it already, Fruit Ninja Kinect is available for 800 Microsoft Points ($10).
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