Exit 2 enters XBLA catalog

Professional rescuer Mr. ESC has dusted off his trademark fedora, as Microsoft today added the brain-teasing action game Exit 2 to the Xbox Live Arcade catalog. Originally released on the Japanese PSP in 2006, Exit 2 requires players to help innocent people escape from buildings in peril across 240...

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Professional rescuer Mr. ESC has dusted off his trademark fedora, as Microsoft today added the brain-teasing action game Exit 2 to the Xbox Live Arcade catalog.

Originally released on the Japanese PSP in 2006, Exit 2 requires players to help innocent people escape from buildings in peril across 240 different stages. Players who find the time limits on each level too lenient will also be able to measure themselves against the rest of the world using leaderboards.

New additions to the game include 10 additional challenges and a greater variety of skilled companions, including the simply named "Macho" and "Dog." If that's not enough escaping action, players will also be able to download an additional 30 stages for the game.

Like the first game, Exit 2 sells for 800 Microsoft points ($10). For more on the series, check out GameSpot's review of the original Exit on the Xbox 360.

Discussion

12 comments
edubuccaneer
edubuccaneer moderator

It's a great game, and the price is well worth it.

flyingteddy
flyingteddy

yeah im also still on the first game, it gets tough!

cooldude03
cooldude03

I bought the first one but it gets frustrating getting through some stages. So I'll pass on the second one until I complete the first.

Lum_Yatsura
Lum_Yatsura

Exit 2 came to PSP in Europe, but never USA. So it's about time we got it. =)

mjc29
mjc29

Is this really what people were asking for? Anyhow, I believe next week's addition will be an updated version of King of Fighter 98. I'm really looking forward to this release.

HellaStoned
HellaStoned

The first one has so many levels, I'm still not finished it yet! It was the best money I spent on an XBLA game.

great_rulo
great_rulo

Liked the first game, but don't see why should i buy this game other than to get more of the same.

imperial_agent
imperial_agent

The first one was okay. It just got tedious with all the platforming. The animation, while good, was just too long. It'd take him like 20 seconds just to jump. UGh. I got up to the third stage (flooded mall) but just couldn't take it anymore.

halo_wars86
halo_wars86

yea give us watchmen and dishwasher samurai enough with those puzzle games

nickythenewt21
nickythenewt21

Okay, now give me Watchmen: The End is Nigh! I have my midnight ticket and my Rorschach costume ready to go, now all I need is the game!

Polybren
Polybren

Professional rescuer Mr. ESC has dusted off his trademark fedora, as Microsoft today added the brain-teasing action game Exit 2 to the Xbox Live Arcade catalog.

Originally released on the Japanese PSP in 2006, Exit 2 requires players to help innocent people escape from buildings in peril across 240 different stages. Players who find the time limits on each level too lenient will also be able to measure themselves against the rest of the world using leaderboards.

New additions to the game include 10 additional challenges and a greater variety of skilled companions, including the simply named "Macho" and "Dog." If that's not enough escaping action, players will also be able to download an additional 30 stages for the game.

Like the first game, Exit 2 sells for 800 Microsoft points ($10). For more on the series, check out GameSpot's review of the original Exit on the Xbox 360.