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Betray your friends with the latest Xbox One digital games bundle

by Neil Watton (neil363)November 24, 2017

If you quite fancy checking out The Living Dungeon or Dead Exit and wish to save a bit of money in the process, then you should be grabbing the latest bundle to hit Xbox One.

Available for £13.59, the Betray Your Friends bundle on Xbox One brings together two games of strategy and cunning. The Living Dungeon will send you off into a dungeon based tournament as the board game sees you battle it out in a winner takes all test of wit, luck and skulduggery. When you combine that game with Dead Exit, a card based title which requests you to play your cards right, breaking alliances wherever possible then you’ll quickly understand what the bundle delivers.

The price is great too, as the £13.59 price tag represents a £6.39 saving over purchasing both games individually. That is certainly a decent amount that shouldn’t be ignored.

If you want to get involved, then the Microsoft Store will deliver the goods. Make sure you check out our review of The Living Dungeon too.

Bundle Description:

The Living Dungeon Bring the excitement of playing a dungeon tournament board game to your screen, in beautiful gruesome detail. There really is nothing quite like The Living Dungeon. Up to 9 players can take part in a battle of wits, luck and skulduggery. Survive other adventurers, monsters, and the dungeon itself through combat, agility or dungeon manipulation. Only the strongest, fastest and smartest survive. Dead Exit Dead Exit is an undead apocalypse, base management, card game. Ok, it’s possibly the only undead apocalypse, base management, card game. Each player controls a base and tries to outmanoeuvre their opponents and survive the evacuation of a city. Play your cards right. Make alliances. Break alliances. Betray sworn allies at the worst possible time and leave them to get eaten by the hordes. It’s up to you how you play it, just make sure you get out of the city with enough resources to survive! You don’t have to screw everyone over, you could play cooperatively and try to make sure everyone gets out alive in multiplayer. Or you can play on your own in solitaire mode which has plenty of settings for a casual quick game or an intense skin of your teeth undead fest. It’s really up to you. Features: Original card mechanic with multi-function, two sided cards. Everything is undead if you aren’t careful 1 – 8 players locally or online Solitaire mode with full difficulty customisation.

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About The Author
Neil Watton (neil363)

An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360’s life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One. A massive racing fan, Forza 4 was the daddy of all Xbox titles but Forza Horizon 3 now trumps that. Online first person shooters are my hell….probably because my reactions are so poor, but give me a little Indie title and I’ll be in heaven.
Gamertag is neil363, feel free to add me to your list.