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Is the XBL version only 1 episode or all 4?

posted by Jynks on - last edited - Viewed by 827 users
I am confused .. in the demo it says you get all for but the game in the download thing says it is only episode 1?

So.. um... If you get the full version are you getting episode 1 or all 4?

Thanks.
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  • The episodes sell separately on XBLA (and right now only the first is available).

    It isn't possible to do season bundles on Xbox Live Arcade so in the demo we were looking for ways to make sure people understood that there would be four games total.
  • Emily;145283 said:
    The episodes sell separately on XBLA (and right now only the first is available).

    It isn't possible to do season bundles on Xbox Live Arcade so in the demo we were looking for ways to make sure people understood that there would be four games total.
    Isn't the first season from Sam & Max bundled on the XBLA?
    IIRC it was 1600 MS points.
  • They're all released...Wallace and Gromit aren't.
  • Flapperbol;145427 said:
    Isn't the first season from Sam & Max bundled on the XBLA?
    IIRC it was 1600 MS points.
    Yea this is why i was confused as Sam and max all came down in a single thing.
  • Flapperbol;145427 said:
    Isn't the first season from Sam & Max bundled on the XBLA?
    PariahKing;145442 said:
    They're all released...Wallace and Gromit aren't.
    What about "Hasbro Family Game Night" has anyone downloaded the xbox live trial for that? It's basically loading up a menu like Sam and Max Season One but the individual games have to be downloaded seperately as add-ons. Telltale could do the same thing right? Release a main program and then release the episodes as add-ons with a similar launcher style system as "Hasbro Family Game Night" on xbox live arcade.
  • Nath5000;171539 said:
    What about "Hasbro Family Game Night" has anyone downloaded the xbox live trial for that? It's basically loading up a menu like Sam and Max Season One but the individual games have to be downloaded seperately as add-ons. Telltale could do the same thing right? Release a main program and then release the episodes as add-ons with a similar launcher style system as "Hasbro Family Game Night" on xbox live arcade.
    A system like that would work GREAT for episodic releases, but I think that the reason Hasbro got it was due to their insanely popular and accessible brands. I'm going to guess such an option isn't open to everybody, but I can't possibly be sure. If it's possible, I'd say it is a great idea.
  • that would be great like a pre game loby.:D
  • Rather Dashing;171625 said:
    A system like that would work GREAT for episodic releases, but I think that the reason Hasbro got it was due to their insanely popular and accessible brands. I'm going to guess such an option isn't open to everybody, but I can't possibly be sure. If it's possible, I'd say it is a great idea.
    It should be available to everybody, they can release add-ons for any XBLA game, and it'd essentially just be a game that you buy add-ons (episodes) for.
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