Both titles are slated to arrive in the console's online Xbox Live Marketplace next Monday, April 21. As with previous Xbox Originals releases--including Dreamfall, Ninja Gaiden Black, Halo and Psychonauts--the games will each sell for 1200 Microsoft Points ($15).
While Ubisoft Montreal would eventually create other titles, such as Assassin's Creed, Metal Arms was the only game to emerge from Swingin' Ape Studios.
After Blizzard Entertainment and original StarCraft: Ghost developer Nihlistic parted ways, Swingin' Ape was brought on to bring the ill-fated action title to life. Though Blizzard purchased the studio outright in 2005, the game was later placed on indefinite hold.