Every Extend Extra goes Extreme

XBL version of the game coming that will let players use their own music.


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Q Entertainment has announced that legendary designer Tetsuya Mizuguchi's game Every Extend Extra is coming to Xbox Live Arcade. The new version of the game, called Every Extend Extra Extreme, will feature a variety of enhancements, including 5.1 surround sound.

E4--as the game is being called--also lets players choose one of their own CDs to use for the in-game music, in a mode called S4, Wiz ur Muzik. There will also be online multiplayer, along with online leaderboards, achievements and Gamer Scores.

Every Extend, the original game in the series, was released in 2004 as a PC freeware game. The game was then updated and revamped as Every Extend Extra for launch on the PlayStation Portable in November 2006 (February 2007 in Europe).

The aim of Every Extend Extra Extreme is to create a series of chain reactions by defeating enemies. It is the latest trippy title from Mizuguchi, who created Rez, along with puzzle games Lumines and Meteos.

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