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Xbox Announces Exclusive Rare Replay




Rare Replay will include 30 of developer Rare's greatest titles on one disc for $30

Rare Replay will include 30 of developer Rare’s greatest titles on one disc for $30

At the Xbox E3 2015 conference Microsoft has unleashed an unbelievable flurry of exclusive titles. Everything from a Gears of War remaster to a slew of indie titles, but there’s one setting classic gamers excitement ablaze and that is the Rare Replay. A triumphant return of the greatest games from a legendary studio that introduced millions of us to the world of gaming.

This Xbox One exclusive game collection will help us all relive those glorious early days of our gaming careers with titles like Blast Corp and Battle Toads. The Rare Replay will bring together 30 separate Rare Ltd titles on one disc (see a full list below) to celebrate the developers 30th anniversary. That will include the infamous Battle Toads so places like GameStop will have to gear up for all new prank calls.

Tough as that will be for workers at GameStop the Rare Replay is still among the biggest reveals to come out of the Xbox E3 conference. The collections price is just as exciting as what it has to offer, gamers can pick it up for only $30. An impressive price that will catch gamers who were expecting the rumored collection to cost $45 or more.

The Rare Replay price tag isn’t what makes it the stand out of the Xbox E3 conference though, over 700 hours of gameplay and a gamerscore over 10000 points is what made it the toast of the show. No other game collection has offered gamers so much content originally from so many different consoles.

The only thing we have to worry about with the Rare Replay is if the collection will work the way it should. After the miserable launch of the Master Chief Collection it’s tough not to question if this game collection will work any better when it first launches.

Rare Replay game list:

1. Jetpac

2. Atic Atac

3. Lunar Jetman

4. Sabre Wulf

5. Underwurlde

6. Knight Lore

7. Gunfright

8. Slalom

9. R.C. Pro-AM

10. Cobra Triangle

11. Snake Rattle N’ Roll

12. Digger T. Rock

13. Solar Jetman

14. Battletoads

15. R.C. Pro-AM II

16. Battletoads Arcade

17. Killer Instinct Gold

18. Blast Corps

19. Banjo-Kazooie

20. Jet Force Gemini

21. Perfect Dark

22. Banjo-Tooie

23. Conker’s Bad Fur Day

24. Grabbed by the Ghoulies

25. Perfect Dark Zero

26. Kameo: Elements of Power

27. Viva Pinata

28. Jetpac Refuelled

29. Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & bolts

30. Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise

Just like most other people are here, Ryan is very passionate about gaming and technology. When he's not writing about video games, you'll likely find him talking about the latest gadgets.


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