Polaris Live Streams the Xbox Live Summer of Arcade (Plus 1-month Xbox Live Gold Membership Giveaway!)


Every Wednesday throughout the Xbox Live Summer of Arcade, YouTube gaming personalities Lisa Foiles, JesseCox, Raychul Moore and GameGrumps will be hosting a live stream gameplay session for the current week’s new XBLA release. The series began last week with the release of Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons and will continue on August 14th with a gameplay stream of Charlie Murder, followed by showcases for Flashback on August 21st and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows on August 28th.

Subscribe to www.youtube.com/Polaris to keep up to date with the latest videos. If you missed the previous episode, you can watch the Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons gameplay showcase below along with an intro trailer with more details about the live stream event.

Need some Xbox Live Gold subscription time to check out these new Summer of Arcade titles? Xbox PR hooked us up with a couple 1-month Gold Membership codes to give away. If you want one, drop down to the comments and chat us up. Leave a comment by this Wednesday, August 14 at 12 PM EST, and you’ll be entered into the drawing to win one of the membership codes.

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