E3 2015: Rare Replay Announced

Monday, June 15th, 2015

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rare replay Rare Replay, a collection of games from the beloved developer for the Xbox One, was revealed at Microsoft’s E3 conference. Rare is celebrating its 30th anniversary, and Microsoft has given the studio’s fans quite the way to celebrate. In keeping with the number, Rare’s collection of 30 classic games from the Rare library will retail for $30. Rare Replay‘s lineup ranges from old-school NES classics to more recent Xbox 360 titles, including such well-known games as Banjo-Kazooie, Battletoads, Conker’s Bad Fur Day, Perfect Dark, Pro AmKameo: Elements of Power, and Viva Piñata. In addition, the collection adds new achievements and over 10,000 Gamerscore points. This looks to be a great deal, as well as a great retrospective. rare replay Rare Replay will release on August 4, 2015, exclusively on the Xbox One. You can check out the trailer below.

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