Like hitting and shooting things? The Xbox Beat ‘em Up Shoot ‘em Up Sale is here to help with discounts of up to 70% on a range of Xbox One games.
This week’s new Xbox sale for North America and Europe is discounting a wide selection of (mostly) indie games from the beat ’em up and shooter genres.
Highlights include a 50% discount on The Game Bakers’ heady combination of hack ‘n’ slash combat and twin-stick shooting, Furi. There’s also a 40% drop for Lienzo’s Mulaka, an excellent action adventure game that explores the indigenous culture of the Tarahumara.
Art in Heart’s Gonner is also discounted by 30%, and the standard edition of Brawlout is reduced by 50%
The sale is available via the Xbox One Digital Store and Microsoft web store, and runs until November 12, 2018. Here’s the full list of included titles.
Xbox Beat ‘em Up Shoot ‘em Up Sale
- Air Guitar Warrior Gamepad Edition
- Atomic Heist
- Battle High 2 A+
- Beat This Bundle: Kung-Fu & Beatsplosion
- Bloody Zombies
- Brawlout Standard Edition
- Cannon Brawl
- Circuit Breakers
- Demon’s Crystals
- Die for Valhalla!
- Drunk-Fu: Wasted Masters
- Dungeon Punks
- Gonner – Blueberry Edition
- Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition
- Guns, Gore and Cannoli
- Hyper Sentinel
- Lovely Planet
- Mr. Shifty
- Moonfall Ultimate
- Neon Chrome
- Next Up Hero
- Nine Parchments
- No Time To Explain
- Overdriven Reloaded: Special Edition
- Riddled Corpses EX
- Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn
- Solar Shifter EX
- Steredenn: Binary Stars
- Super Hydorah
- Time Recoil
- Tiny Troopers Joint Ops
- Tesla vs Lovecraft
- Vicious Attack Llama Apocalypse
- Way of the Passive Fist
- We Are The Dwarves
- Worms Battlegrounds
- X-Morph: Defense & Zombie Driver Bundle
- X-Morph: Defense
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