Super Meat Boy 90's Inspired Trailer
8 years ago

Super Meat Boy 90's Inspired Trailer

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It wouldn't be a Game Feast unless it had a main course. Super Meat Boy looks to fill that void. We are beyond pumped to get our hands on the platformer next week. In the mean time, check out this awesome fan created video. If you were alive in the 90's this video has invoke a bit of nostalgia within you. Just think poorly rendered VHS, over the top announcers, and pure gaming goodness.

It makes us hungry…

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Outrun Online Arcade Now an XBLA Exclusive

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Sega have apparently pulled their awesome port of Outrun 2 SP from PSN without previous warning, essentially turning it into an Xbox Live Arcade exclusive.

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Dead Space Ignition… ignites onto XBLA!
8 years ago

Dead Space Ignition… ignites onto XBLA!

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That's right, the prequel to January's Dead Space 2 is coming soon, October 13th soon! The unusual thing? The game actually isn't a game, but an interactive comic!

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A treasure trove of Spelunky screenshots
8 years ago

A treasure trove of Spelunky screenshots

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Developer Mossmouth has released four more screenshots from their upcoming platformer. If you have been following the title you will recognize how much of an improvement these are.

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Main Sources of Inspiration Behind Costume Quest

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I'm sure you've heard of Double Fine by now. The main figure behind the studio is none other than Tim Schafer. The game designer responsible for classics like Monkey Island, Full Throttle, Grim Fandango and more recently, Psychonauts and Brütal Legend.

With such an acomplished and obviously talented leader at the helm, saying expectations for the studio are high is certainly an understatement. So when Double Fine reveals its sources of inspiration for their newest downloadable title Costume Quest, we pay attention.

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X-Men Arcade Announced for XBLA

Back in April, we lamented the top ten games we wish were on Xbox Live Arcade. Well, welcome… to die! Konami has heard our prayers and announced that our favorite 1992 side-scrolling beat-em-up is headed to XBLA.

The announcement came as part of Marvel's videogame panel at this weekend's New York Comic Con. There is not yet information regarding release date or price, but Marvel did indicate that the game would have drop-in online multiplayer for up to six players, custom match-ups, and variable difficulty. Local multiplayer seems inevitable, but is not yet announced. You can get a glimpse of the shiny HD gameplay in this trailer…

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