Wallace & Gromit chase Battlefield 2: Modern Combat onto XBL

Xbox Live Update: Telltale rolls out final three episodes in detective adventure series, while DICE's console FPS mobilizes onto Games on Demand.

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More so than any other episodic game developer, Telltale Games has made good on its promise to deliver bite-sized gaming series on a regular basis…for the most part. Though the PC edition of Telltale's adventure series Wallace and Gromit has seen a steady release schedule since the first episode premiered in March, the Xbox 360 edition of the game has been in limbo after its maiden installment debuted in May.

However, that changes this Wednesday, as Telltale and Microsoft will be releasing the three remaining Wallace and Gromit episodes through Xbox Live Arcade for MSP800 ($10) a piece. All three episodes--The Last Resort, Muzzled, and The Bogey Man--have been available for the PC since July. The episodes continue the adventures of the man-and-mutt detective duo that were created by Nick Park and Aardman Animation.

The worst kind of Mexican stand-off.

As for feature-length titles, the Xbox 360's Games on Demand service picks up EA DICE's Battlefield 2: Modern Combat this week. Having debuted to positive reviews in 2006, the contemporary military shooter is available for $19.99.

Discussion

14 comments
mrtweed2
mrtweed2

no, it's not "Modern Warfare", but its still a great game. I've logged more hours on this game than CoD4!

Samuz
Samuz

What ?? You guys in the U.S. only pay $19.99 for Games on Demand on XBL ? In Norway (Europe ....) we have to pay a flat price of $51 for each game ........ How unfair is that !?

benboz
benboz

I still have Battlefield Modern Combat on disc. But I don't play it anymore.

Fusion_Master
Fusion_Master

lol battlefield 2 modern combat. doesnt sound at all like modern warefare 2.

metalkid9
metalkid9

where the hech is battlefield 3?

dennis8
dennis8

am i like the only one hu actually enjoyed 2142? :p

zakkess
zakkess

battlefield 2 for the PC was alot better :D

athenian29
athenian29

Yay, Battlefield! I like Wallace and Gromit, but the games are pretty meh. Disappointing, really. Anyway, I love Battlefield. One question, though: What's the difference between the Xbox 360 version and the PC version?

tony382
tony382

Nice, BF 2 is the only Battlefield game I never played.

SecularSage
SecularSage

I wish they'd put Battlefield 2 out on PSN... Bad Company and 1943 are great, but more Battlefield is always better!