As revealed today at Comic-Con, The Behemoth's old-school side-scrolling shoot-‘em-up [i]Alien Hominid[/i] is going to grace the Xbox 360, in the form of a downloadable game over Xbox Live Arcade. You may remember [i]Alien Hominid[/i] as a current-gen console game (including an Xbox version) that was based upon a hugely popular Flash game at Newgrounds, but the Xbox Live Arcade version promises to deliver more content and extra features than its current-gen counterpart. [i]Alien Hominid[/i] for Xbox Live Arcade will be playable in a widescreen format, as well as in high-definition, to better take advantage of those aspects of the Xbox 360, but as far as what else will be included, no details have yet emerged. We can expect the little alien to blast his way onto Xbox Live Arcade sometime in the fourth quarter of this year.
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