Rocky and Bullwinkle was developed by Zen Studios. It was released on April 16, 2008 and costs 800 MSP.
Rocky and Bullwinkle is a mini game super fest with the whole cast from the beloved children's show. You play through seven distinct worlds, each with there own set of amusing levels, giving you a total of 105 different mini-games to play. You can play through all the levels by yourself or with up to 11 friends locally for a quirky experience that only Rocky and Bullwinkle can provide.
Super Meat Boy took 18 months to develop, and through out that year and a half many changes were made to this meaty game. Nothing was set in stone until the very end of this journey. Everything went through close examination to decide if it was the best it could be, including unlockable characters, the levels, menus, and even Meat Boy himself. Find out why some of these things where changed and why others were axed all together.
Sad news everyone, the Xbox Live Arcade favorite TMNT: Turtles in Time Re-Shelled is heading for the chopping block. The delist is due to a license expiration, a common …
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TIC: Part 1 was developed by Red Candy Games. It was released on June 21, 2011 for 240 Microsoft Points. A copy of the game was provided by the developer for review purposes.
TIC: part 1 is an stunning example of what the Xbox Live Indie Marketplace was made for. This simple, beautiful game is amazing from one end of the spectrum to the other. It's got bright vivid colors, a simple story line, a unique art style and most of all it's tons of fun. You control TIC, a robot who needs to save the world from oil stealing aliens. To do so, you must fly, collect and drill your way through the stages.
A few months back we brought you word and a trailer, that a new four player co-op brawler, by the name of Lucha Fury was on its way to the XBLA. The guys over at Punchers Impact have given us a new teaser trailer, allowing us to have a little insight from one of the henchmen in the game. As you can clearly see, life isn't all glitz and glamour. Oh, they were also nice enough to toss us a few new screenshots, which you can check out after the break.
Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team is an upcoming XBLA title tie in for Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine, unlike many digital game tie-ins though, this one is actually designed to be good. The standard formula of death and weapons is still here, and you must actually have completed one game of Kill Team in order to actually receive the 'power sword' in Space Marine.