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Orcs Must Die!, NBA Jam and Dreamcast games added to Xbox LIVE Arcade

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Xbox LIVE Arcade was updated with four new games this morning, October 5. Xbox 360 owners have their choice between an orc-filled tower defense game, an updated NBA Jam or two updated Dreamcast games.

Orcs Must Die! is a tower defense game where you are actually defending the inside of a tower (fortress actually) from a horde of orcs. Lay a variety of deadly traps and use a collection of weapons to slay the green-skinned foes across twenty-four different fortresses. Orcs Must Die! is 1200 MS Points ($15) and is a 1.65 GB download. You can check out the launch trailer for the game in our video gallery.

NBA Jam: On Fire Edition updates the rim-shaking arcade sim from last year with bigger rosters, more unlockables, and more online modes. The game is also 1200 MS Points and weighs in a 851 MB. You can check out the launch trailer for the game in our video gallery.

Sega Bass Fishing found a home on the Dreamcast and returns once again for the Xbox 360. The game features eight different fishing locations and four tournaments to compete. It's not a particularly deep game but a decent old school arcade fishing game if that's in your wheelhouse. Sega Bass Fishing is 800 MS Points ($10) and tips the scales at 294 MB.

Space Channel Five Part 2 busted a move on the Dreamcast in a limited Japanese release but returns to the Xbox 360 complete with Ulala and a bunch of funky aliens who have taken thousands of hostages and forced them to dance. Players must copy the moves of their opponents in a rhythm-action game to free innocents from getting burned out by dancing. Space Channel Five Part 2 is 800 MS Points and 1.66GB in size.

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