Microsoft will be offering brilliant fighting game Soulcalibur on Live Arcade tomorrow for 800 Points (GBP 6.80 / EUR 9.60).

This first appeared on Dreamcast back in 1999 and proved so popular that it will soon get a fourth outing on Xbox 360 and PS3.

The Live Arcade version of Soulcalibur is said to be "fully remastered" so that it makes use of high definition graphics and looks fancy on your expensive telly. There doesn't appear to be online head-to-head battles, but local multiplayer is in. Leaderboards and Achievements are present, too.

Also on Live Arcade tomorrow is an update for shonky outing Wits & Wagers. This includes lots more questions and fun facts, which result in around 10 extra hours of excitement.

Only it's not exciting, so you're better off saving your 320 Points (GBP 2.70 / EUR 3.85).

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