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Takedown: Red Sabre hits XBLA after delay

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Takedown: Red Sabre, the tactical first-person shooter from developer Serellan, is now available on Xbox Live Arcade after a five-month delay.

The studio originally aimed to launch Takedown on both Windows PC and XBLA in September, but only the PC version ended up launching back then. Serellan announced in November that the XBLA version had failed to make it through Microsoft's certification process, and that the studio had decided to hold back the game's release so it could include the improvements it was making to the PC version.

Takedown launched on XBLA today for $14.99, the same price as on Steam. The XBLA version comes with the eight patches Serellan has put out for the PC version, as well as the extra content that was released for free on PC: a few maps and weapons.

You can check out Takedown: Red Sabre on the Xbox Games Store. For more, read our impressions of the shooter from last summer.