Land It, MXGP2 and Carmageddon: Max Damage are now available in the Xbox Store

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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It seems that the Xbox Store has been refreshed with some new titles: Land It, MXGP2 or Carmageddon: Max Damage.

Land It!

In Land It!, you will try your skills as an air traffic controller and direct planes to safe landings. Things quickly get very crazy and you will need to be a good organizer but also focus to make sure all the planes stay safe. Test your air traffic controller skills and show us what you got!

“Land It!” can be purchased for $13.99 on the Xbox Store.

MXGP2

If you like motorcross, then you should try MXGP2. The game comes with 18 official tracks direct from the 2015 season of the MXGP championship along with four awesome indoor tracks. You will be able to create your own rider and team, improve your bike’s performance, and much more.

The MXGP2 can be purchased from Xbox Store for $49.99.

Carmageddon: Max Damage

Did you have a bad day at work and want to relax when you get back home? Well, Carmageddon: Max Damage might be one of the games that will allow you to chill and have lots of fun. In this game, you’ll be able to choose from over 30 metal mangling vehicles and use it to wreck other cars, kill pedestrians and cause chaos.

The Carmageddon: Max Damage can be purchased from the Xbox Store for $39.99.

What are your thoughts about these three new games added to the Xbox Store? Which one of them do you want to purchase for your console?

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