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What’s this? Do thine eyes deceive thee? Nay! Nay, I say! The deal doth not lie! Own a piece of video game history with the High On Life and High On Knife Game Pass Bundle - after all, history is determined by the winners and today, my friend, you are a winner! Sure, you’ve got High On Life on Game Pass, but isn’t the point of life to own things? First of all you’re getting a copy of High On Life, and it ain’t going anywhere. You remember High On Life, don’t you? The action-packed comedy-adventure FPS filled with unhinged talking guns, an evil alien drug cartel selling humans on the black market, and an impressive variety of gorgeous and seedy spacefaring locales to explore. The game where you can buy goop from a back-alley salesman, tell some construction workers that their dad will never love them, and rescue a talking knife from a bunch of a gang of ant clones. That’s just some of the things you can do (or did) in High On Life, on top of so much more. I didn’t even mention a lot of the other stuff you can do! And then there’s High On Knife, the meaty DLC centered around that talking knife I mentioned earlier. Knifey. His name’s Knifey, and this is his big adventure. He’s gonna find out all about the dark(?) mysterious(?) secrets(?) of his past as you take him and Harper, a brand new talking gun, to a salt-planet filled with dying slugs. And then from there maybe you’ll meet a giant guy, race some slow-as-hell slugs, or go for the high score in Peroxosquash with B.A.L.L., another new talking gun. We really packed this DLC full of new stuff, trust me. And we didn’t even get to the spooky parasite-filled shipping warehouse run by a ruthless, monstrous CEO. Did I mention that this bundle features an all-star cast of comedic voice talent guaranteed to put the “funny” back in “wouldn’t it be soooo funny if you bought this bundle right now?” We’ve got JB Smoove, Tim Robinson, Betsy Sodaro, Sarah Sherman, Michael Cusack, Gabourey Sidibe, and so many more who are now mad at me because I didn’t put their names in here but, look, I’ve got a word limit I’m working with. I can’t just put all the names in here. Blame the storefront. It’s their fault, not ours. Just heed this, Game Pass users: buy the bundle and own your copy of High On Life and High On Knife. It’s the right thing to do.


What’s new in this version

-Holy crap, it’s High On Life and High on Knife together? In one affordable bundle? Don’t mind if I do! -Name one other game bundle with this many talking guns. I dare you. We’ve kind of got this market covered, pal. I don’t see any talking guns in Tears of the Kingdom, do you? That’s what I thought. -The only way to really find out what this bundle has to offer is to buy it. Please. I’m saving up for a Miata.

Additional information

Published by

Squanch Games, Inc.

Developed by

Squanch Games, Inc.

Release date


Approximate size

10.11 MB

Age rating

For ages 18 and over


Install on your home Xbox One console plus have access when you’re connected to your Microsoft account.

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