All posts tagged "xbla"

  • Transcripted Treated to a New Website

    Topware Interactive have today announced the creation of a website for upcoming twin-stick shooting/colour matching game Transcripted, offering a hugely updated version of the 2...

  • Mediatonic’s Baron Dashforth Promises To Be A Showstopper

    Announced today for Xbox Live Arcade comes a brand new side-scrolling brawler, FOUL PLAY: The Perilous and ENTIRELY ACCURATE adventures of Baron Dashforth! Billing itself...

  • The Worms Collection – Incoming!

    Mastertronic’s Worms Collection hits shelves next month. The collection will feature Worms, Worms 2: Armageddion and Worms: Ultimate Mayhem, titles that have previously only been...

  • Pro Evo 2013 Demo Hits Xbox360 Today and PS3 on July 31st

    Konami today announced an all-new trailer, featuring cover athlete, Cristiano Ronaldo, to announce the first playable demo of its eagerly-awaited game, Pro Evolution Soccer (PES)...

  • Obsessive Collecting Disorder hits XBLA

    Indie developers “Super Smith Bros” have just released their first game onto XBLA. Playfully titled “Obsessive Collecting Disorder”, the platformer casts you as a stickman...

  • Microsoft Respond to Polytron in Fez Debacle

    Last week Polytron, developers of the XBLA exclusive game Fez stated that they would not be fixing a game-breaking bug in the game, due to...

  • Remake of Retro Romp Double Dragon to Hit in September

    Double Dragon: Neon – a love letter to side-scrolling beat-‘em-ups of the past, under development by WayForward – has today received its release date and...

  • Review – On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 3

    Based on the Penny Arcade webcomic, Penny Arcade’s On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 3 is the third instalment of the series, set just a...

  • Dollar Dash Stole E3 and It’ll Steal You Too

    Kalypso Media Digital and Candygun Games invite you to grab your swag bag and head for the cash in Dollar Dash, the fast and frenetic...

  • Review: Duels of the Planewalkers Brings Magic Back

    Magic the Gathering is, without doubt, the daddy of Trading Card Games. It feels as if it has been around since the dawn of time...