The DLC features the Super Retro Land background, Game Man shadow and Pixel Love blade - not to mention a complete graphical overhaul as Sensei and his beloved fruit receive a serious downgrade. Releasing this Friday, August 31st for 160 Microsoft Points, the 8-Bit Cartridge pack is the first of many more DLC packs planned for Fruit Ninja Kinect throughout the remainder of 2012.
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