Fruit Ninja Kinect DLC “Storm Season” released today

Fruit Ninja Storm Season

Not long after Fruit Ninja Kinect for the Xbox 360 was released, it looks like we’ve already got some downloadable content for the game. Available today, the latest DLC for the game called Storm Season is now up for download. The update brings a new “Storm Castle” background, “The Rain Man Shadow” silhouette, and the “Lightning Bolt Blade”. For folks who love rain and lightning – this DLC is definitely for you. Who need swords when you have electricity flowing out of your hands?

The DLC is available for 160 Microsoft Points ($2) and will also add three new achievements to the game (worth 50 Gamescore points). Head over to Xbox LIVE Arcade to download it now. If you haven’t gotten Fruit Ninja already, it’s available for 800 MSP ($10).

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