Posts Tagged ‘Xbox Live Arcade’
Posted by Lady SAGA on October 10, 2012 under Paws Button
Gamers are well acquainted with revenge narratives and collection tasks, but it’s rare for the two to be combined. Hell Yeah! marries the pair off with style as anti-hero Ash tours a side-scrolling cartoon underworld in search of one hundred monsters who stole compromising photographs taken by a paparazzo of the rabbit when pleasuring himself in a bath. Each scoffer must be murdered and ticked o... more.
Posted by 360informer on August 12, 2012 under News
Yes, another zombie game has arrived in a gaming world already overly infested with the damned brain-munching undead monsters. But Deadlight for Xbox Live Arcade is a bit different from your typical zombie shooter game and is definitely worth sinking into if you can put up with some curious design choices. By now, you pretty much know the drill: They never sleep or get tired, so you’d bett... more.
Posted by 360informer on June 26, 2012 under News
Sega's legendary 3D fighting series returns in the digital download exclusive Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown. Out now via PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade, Final Showdown brings back the five-year-old fighting game classic with new content and enhancements and the most exquisite online hand-to-hand competition the genre has to offer. Ultra combos and tag-team attacks? Pfff, who need... more.
Posted by 360informer on May 29, 2012 under New Releases
Only Suda51 and his crazy team at Grasshopper Manufacture could come up with Diabolical Pitch, an Xbox Live Arcade Kinect game that has you in the role of a pitcher tossing balls at demonic carnival critters. But does this wacky concept actually make for a good game? Diabolical Pitch is like that wild ‘n’ crazy rookie pitching prospect, the guy with the sick breaking ball that no batter c... more.
Posted by 360informer on April 18, 2012 under News, Xbox 360, XBox 360 Spotlights
Are you tired of the same old tower defense game? 11 bit studios has heard your cries for change, releasing Anomaly Warzone Earth to Xbox Live Arcade and bringing with it a complete role reversal to the traditional tower defense formula. Check it out! Tower defense games. They’re everywhere these days, streaming onto every machine capable of playing a video game in waves just like those fac... more.
Posted by 360informer on April 14, 2012 under New Releases
Powered by CryEngine 3, the tech behind Crysis 2, Nexuiz brings classic multiplayer FPS deathmatch from the classic days of Quake Arena and Unreal Tournament into the modern world on Xbox Live Arcade. But is this game living too much in the past to stand out in today's crowded FPS genre? Read on to find out! It’s time to party like it’s 1999 in Nexuiz, a multiplayer shooter that manages t... more.
Posted by Scott Grant on March 18, 2012 under Best Games
We all know the success of Alan Wake and it's innovative strategy to bring real suspense and problem solving to video gaming caper crackers everywhere. What's the deal with the extra content? Let's find out: The original Alan Wake was a long time in coming so instead of making us wait until Alan Wake 2, Remedy are giving us our survival horror fix in the form of the downloadable title A... more.
Posted by 360informer on February 24, 2012 under Featured, News
Remedy Entertainment's Alan Wake returns this week in American Nightmare, an Xbox Live Arcade exclusive spin-off title that sees the troubled writer chasing after his evil twin in a pulp sci-fi action romp that extends the Alan Wake story in a bold new direction. How'd it turn out? Read on to find out! By now I think everyone knows about Alan Wake’s long and winding development cycle. Reme... more.
Posted by Scott Grant on February 24, 2012 under News
What is the deal with this game? Rythm Party from Konami makes little if any sense. Our friends at The Controller Online have the full story: Made exclusively for XBLA Kinect, Rhythm Party has fun graphics and special effects and is good to get your blood pumping. Although Konami is no stranger to the dance genre, this is only their second attempt at a Kinect dance game. With such a poor so... more.
Posted by Scott Grant on February 17, 2012 under News
What better way to end the week than discussion of an age old passtime such as pinball. Being a collector of actual pinball machines myself, it was definitively a pleasure getting the full scoop of the latest Epic Quest Pinball FX 2 review from our partners at TheControllerOnline. Details below: After releasing over 20 tables for Pinball FX 2, Zen Studios needed something fresh to kee... more.