Disponibili sul Marketplace di Xbox Live i primi contenuti scaricabili per Bullet Witch, titolo esclusivo Xbox 360. I contenuti prevedono una nuova missione, chiamata Dynamite Beauty ed un nuovo costume per la protagonista del gioco Alicia. Sucessivamente verrano rilasciati nuovi contenuti per il gioco. Per maggiori informazioni leggere il comunicato stampa di seguito (in inglese):
Atari today announced the first downloadable content for Bullet Witch available now on Xbox Live® Marketplace. Launched in February for the Xbox 360™ video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, Bullet Witch is published by Atari in partnership with Japanese publisher AQ Interactive Inc.
The first set of new downloadable content includes a free brand new White Witch costume for the game's stunning heroine Alicia and a Bullet Witch Xbox 360 Theme pack. In addition, for 20 points each, players can download one brand new mission "Dynamite Beauty" and two enhanced versions of the "Clad in Streaming Black" mission featuring ‘Great Spells' unlocked and a heightened level of difficulty respectively.
Over the coming weeks, more free costumes for Alicia will be available free of charge - Mummy, Schoolgirl, Secretary and Pixie. Additional new missions ‘Caterpillar City', ‘Endless', ‘One Shot Kill' and ‘Geist Search and Destroy', plus enhanced editions of the missions ‘City of Screams', ‘Up in Flames at 10,000ft', ‘Down in the Valley', ‘The Bound Soul' and ‘The End of Chaos', will be available for 20 points each.
Developed by Japan-based Cavia, Bullet Witch is set on a bleak planet earth in the year 2013 with human kind on the brink of extinction and hideous demons creating a tidal wave of destruction and havoc. All hope of mankind's survival rests with Alicia, a beautiful witch blessed with magical skills and a swift trigger finger. Players take control of Alicia on her heroic quest to prevent the decimation of mankind by using her fearsome weaponry and spectacular powers with which she can manipulate natural phenomena in her environment.
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