Turtles in Time remake price dropped

Out next Weds for less than expected.

Ubisoft has cut the price of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time Re-Shelled from 1200 Microsoft Points to 800.

The game's due out on 5th August as part of the Summer of Arcade marketing ruse, whose high prices have already convinced Microsoft to offer US gamers a 400-MSP rebate if they buy all five expensive titles.

Well, now Turtles is a bit less expensive, according to IGN. 800 Microsoft Points equates to Ł6.80 or €9.60.

Turtles in Time Re-Shelled is an update of the early-nineties 16-bit scrolling beat-'em-up, and if you're getting a sense of deja vu then it's probably because you're aware of the other TMNT game on Live - a port of the 1989 arcade release.

Look out for our review of Re-Shelled on Wednesday. PSN and WiiWare releases will reportedly follow the XBLA launch.

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