'Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath HD' receives Move update, other enhancements

Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath received a Move support and several other free new features today.

Oddworld Stranger's Wrath HD received Move support and several other new features today in a free update, according to a press release from developer Just Add Water.

In addition to Move support, which allows players to use Move controllers like a crossbow, the update also includes 3DTV support, in-game video recording that can be watched on the XMB or uploaded to YouTube, new video settings, updates and fixes for audio, and quick save enhancements.

"As we work on new HD Oddworld titles, we will continue to update the currently released games to make sure that our fans are having the best gaming experience possible," said Stewart Gilray, CEO of Just Add Water. "Lorne [Lanning, creator of the Oddworld series] and I are both committed to ensuring that all of the releases live up to the Oddworld standard for creativity and quality."

Stranger's Wrath was originally released for Xbox in 2005 as the fourth installment in the Oddworld Inhabitants series. Its downloadable makeover, which retails for $14.99 on the PlayStation Store, has sold over 100,000 units.

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