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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:26am 02/06/15 | 1 Comments
A new indie console bundle exclusive to Australia from Microsoft is set to offer up some seven indie titles out of the box for Xbox One, including the Aussie-developed (and awesome) Hand of Fate.

Available now from the Microsoft Store online in Australia for just $499, the bundle features a number of exciting titles released through the ID@Xbox self-publishing programme for independent developers on Xbox One.

In addition to an Xbox One console, Xbox One controller, 14 day Xbox Live trial and HDMI cable, the bundle also includes seven great titles: #IDARB, Warframe, Jackbox Party Pack, Threes!, Never Alone, Smite and, Australian developed, Hand Of Fate from the team at Defiant Development.
"Independent games are something we are incredibly passionate about here at Xbox, and we know many of our fans feel the same," said Jeremy Hinton, Business Group Lead for interactive entertainment at Microsoft in Australia via press release. "The ID@Xbox bundle offers Australian consumers the opportunity to enjoy an incredible Xbox experience with an outstanding line-up of independent titles available on the console in 2015, including several available first on Xbox One.”



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Whoop
Posted 08:20pm 02/6/15
First Xbone and now ID@? Spells IDat, which is close enough to 'idiot' for me. They're mockin' us.

Oi, you 'avin' a giggle m8?
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