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Play Gun World 2 and Grand Prix Rock 'N Racing on Xbox One today

Both Gun World 2 and Grand Prix Rock ‘N Racing are now available to download and play on Microsoft’s Xbox One video game console.

Gun World 2 is a sequel to the first retro-inspired platformer and features equally crude graphics but is enjoyed by many for its gameplay. Here’s the official description:

The sequel no one asked for, to the game that nobody liked! The Exaction Faction, an intergalactic troupe of super heroes, has come to arrest President Eagle! Explore GunWorld to level up, collect new gear, and hunt down the Faction members in this retro-inspired action/platformer/RPG hybrid.

Grand Prix Rock ‘N Racing on the other hand has much more modern graphics in 1080p resolution and is a racing game that supports up to 4 players at once, has a rock and roll soundtrack, and races with up to 20 rivals. Here’s the official description:

Get ready for some speed with your family and friends!

Grand Prix Rock ‘N Racing gives you the fastest, most exciting races. You can evolve your car, improving the engine, brakes, tires and more until you’ve achieved the perfect evolution to win the Championship!

Online leader board where you can compare your best times with those of your friends and players from around the world.

Another Xbox One game, Super Night Riders, is also available on the Xbox One today but only as a pre-order and pre-download. The game will release on May 18th and is also a racing game but with a much more anime and retro vibe than the modern-looking Grand Prix Rock ‘N Racing. Here’s its description:

Super Night Riders is a modern arcade racing game inspired by the retro classics. You are Alice, a beautiful and talented motorcyclist known as the red rider. In this game, your position in the race does not matter. It’s all about traveling as far as possible while dodging the rival riders, and reaching each checkpoint before the timer goes down to zero. The gameplay is fast and responsive similarly to the best retro racers, while the low-poly style is inspired by the early 3D arcades.

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