Moon Diver gets Xbox 360 release date

Square Enix side-scroller goes multiplatform.

Frenetic co-op platformer Moon Diver arrives on Xbox Live Arcade on 4th May priced at 1200 Points, publisher Square Enix has announced.

Originally released on PlayStation Network last month, it's a four player side-scroller from Koichi Yotsui, the creator of Capcom's classic 1989 arcader Strider.

"Moon Diver is one of those divisive little numbers that you'll either love because of its repetitive, twitchy bombast, or want to drown in its own spittle," wrote Eurogamer's Kristan Reed in his 7/10 review. "It's here. It's queer. Get used to it."

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