Crackdown 2 Toy Box DLC, Sonic Adventure and more dated for XBLM

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 31 August 2010 18:32 GMT

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Microsoft’s listed some of the goodies coming to Xbox Live Marketplace in September, with offerings ranging from Crackdown 2’s Toy Box DLC to full games like Sonic Adventure.

Microsoft is billing the upcoming additions as The Game Feast, and starting on September 29 and running through October 20.

Here’s what you’ll get:

  • September 29: Hydrophobia, 1200 MSP
  • October 6: Comic Jumper, 1200 MSP
  • October 13: Pinball FX 2, Tables purchased individually, free import from original Pinball FX
  • October 20: Super Meat Boy, Pricing TBD

Here’s what’s hitting Xbox Live Arcade next week:

  • September 8: Plants vs. Zombies, 1200 MSP
  • September 8: Dance! It’s your Stage, 800 MSP
  • September 15: Sonic Adventure, 800 MSP

Deals of the week

  • September 5
    • Select Resident Evil content
  • September 13
    • BUST-A-MOVE Live!, 400 MSP
    • Gyromancer, 800 MSP
    • Tower Bloxx Deluxe, 400 MSP
    • Puzzle Chronicles, 400MSP

Xbox Game Add-Ons

  • September 2
    • Crackdown 2 Toy Box available at no cost to Crackdown 2 owners; 560 MSP for additional content and available worldwide
  • September 7
    • Mass Effect 2 Lair of the Shadow Broker , 800 MSP
    • Dragon Age: Origins Witch Hunt , 560 MSP
    • Rock Band Snoop Dog 8 Single Tracks, 160 MSP for each and available worldwide

Also, from September 17-20, Silver members can take advantage of multiplayer, along with access to movies, TV shows, music and friends via Netflix, Last.fm, Facebook, etc.

These Gold-only features will be available all weekend long for the whole XBL community.

Sounds lovely.

Major Nelson has more details.

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