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Microsoft’s annual Xbox Live Summer of Arcade kicks off August 7th this year, with four fresh titles lined up.

First out the gate is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, a 4-player co-op brawler based in the latest TMNT TV series on Nickelodeon (the one that “updated” Michelangelo’s catchphrase from “Cowabunga!” to “Booyakasha!”). After that comes Flashback from Ubisoft, a 2.5D remake of the 1992 SNES/PC platformer.

The third title will be Starbreeze Studios’ Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons followed by Charlie Murder by the developers of The Dishwasher.

At least, that’s the order the games are seen in the trailer (embedded below) released by Major Nelson today. Microsoft has yet to confirm the order of their release, nor has the company detailed their respective prices.

Xbox Live Summer of Arcade 2013 Kicks Off August 7

By | 06/12/2013 03:11 PM PT

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Microsoft’s annual Xbox Live Summer of Arcade kicks off August 7th this year, with four fresh titles lined up.

First out the gate is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, a 4-player co-op brawler based in the latest TMNT TV series on Nickelodeon (the one that “updated” Michelangelo’s catchphrase from “Cowabunga!” to “Booyakasha!”). After that comes Flashback from Ubisoft, a 2.5D remake of the 1992 SNES/PC platformer.

The third title will be Starbreeze Studios’ Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons followed by Charlie Murder by the developers of The Dishwasher.

At least, that’s the order the games are seen in the trailer (embedded below) released by Major Nelson today. Microsoft has yet to confirm the order of their release, nor has the company detailed their respective prices.

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