Microsoft is popping exclamatory siblings Destroy All Humans! and Intellivision Lives! on Xbox Live Originals this coming Monday, 15th September.
Destroy All Humans!, which appeared on Xbox 1 back in June 2005, puts us in the space-boots of alien invader Crypto, who embarks on a rather comic rampage across Earth after his saucer crash-lands here.
It's certainly charming, we concluded at the time, but also let down by rather bland run-and-gun (and then get in a saucer and fry people) gameplay. Our Destroy All Humans! review can tell you much more.
Incidentally, THQ has a PS3 and 360 follow-up - Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon - planned for later this year.
Intellivision Lives!, the other - and equally surprised - Xbox 1 game on offer, cobbles together a bunch of 60 games that appeared here in 1982. Good year, that.
Both games cost 1200 Microsoft Points (GBP 10.20 / EUR 14.40), as do all the Xbox Originals released so far.