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Tales from the Borderlands – Episode 2: Atlas Mugged trailer and release date

KeyArt_TalesFromTheBorderlands_Ep2_FinalWhile the regular Borderlands series from Gearbox Software is hilarious in its own right Telltale Games took that humor to a completely higher level with the Tales from the Borderlands: A Telltale Game Series. It has been almost four months since Episode 1: ZerO Sum was released (XBLA Fans Review) and gamers have patiently been awaiting the next episode.

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Shiftlings stretches onto Xbox One on March 4


Question: What is Shiftlings?

Shiftlings is a puzzle platformer set in an intergalactic reality show featuring two space custodians traveling the cosmos completing complex challenges.

Their special ability is their connection to each other via one hose. That hose allows them to pass gas instantly between them allowing for one to become massive in size and weight which lowers mobility but offers new ways to solve puzzles.

Shiftlings will offer over 50 levels across five worlds and will offer both single player and two player local or online cooperative gameplay.

All this and more coming soon on March 4.

Check out Sierra’s Orientation video for Shiftlings after the jump.
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Meet Resident Evil Revelations 2 new Claire and Barry

Resident Evil Revelations 2 Claire

Resident Evil Revelations 2 is right around the corner and gamers around the world are anxiously waiting to get their hands on the episodic game.

Two of the main characters in the game are former Resident Evil alumni Barry Burton and Claire Redfield, both of which have not been in a Resident Evil title in some time.

As years go by, characters start to evolve and become updated in their appearances and attitudes. Capcom has released a video featuring the development team’s update process for Barry and Claire showing off these changes. Take a look at each video after the jump. You might find out things that you didn’t even know about the character.

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Badland: Game of the Year Edition coming to Xbox One


Frogmind is brining their award-winning mobile game to Xbox One with Badland: Game of the Year Edition, a new release that expands and improves an already amazing physics-based sidescroller. The entire game has been revamped for current-gen consoles, featuring an expanded control scheme and enhanced HD graphics. It includes four times as much content over the original release, including a 100-level single-player campaign that takes around 15 hours to complete. Local co-op will allow up to four players to work together through 100 co-op levels or fight for supremacy across 27 deathmatch stages.

Badland: Game of the Year Edition is coming to Xbox One this spring. Check out the announcement trailer below.

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Take a look at the Game of Thrones: The Lost Lords launch trailer


Did you like Episode 1 of Game of Thrones: A Telltale Game Series? Can’t wait for Episode 2? Well, you won’t have to wait for much longer.

Episode 2: The Lost Lords arrives in the Xbox marketplace for both Xbox 360 and Xbox One tomorrow, February 4, 2015. In the meantime, here’s a launch trailer for it. Enjoy.

For XBLA Fans’ previous coverage of Episode 2, take a look here.


White Night descending on Xbox One March 6


Independent developer OSome Studio have announced that their eerie 1930s noir adventure, White Night is set to release on Xbox One on March 6 for $14.99. Set in a shadowy mansion after a near-fatal car crash, White Night makes players search for aid whilst unearthing the secrets of the manor’s past. The game is said to be a narrative-driven survival horror title blending third-person action with exploration and puzzle-solving.

White Night’s moody black and white art style may be what first catches the eye, but it’s not just for show, playing a pivotal part in the game mechanics with light providing sanctuary and a resource to be managed. White Night was first spotted on last year’s famous E3 ID@Xbox montage video, but now has its very own launch trailer. Catch it after the jump.

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Pneuma: Breath of Life coming to Xbox One first on February 27

Pneuma: Breath of Life

Pneuma: Breath of Life is set to be released for a price of $19.99/£15.99 on February 27 and is a timed console exclusive to Xbox One for 30 days, developers Deco Digital and Bevel Studios have announced.

Pneuma is a first-person puzzler designed with the power of the Unreal Engine 4 engine to deliver a visually beautiful world. Pneuma, voiced by award-winning voice actor Jay Britton, is a god that delivers comical inner monologues while taking the player through a journey of puzzles in his world.

Unique lateral thinking will be required to overcome puzzles based on perception, observation and attention that will keep the player occupied as the type of story that can only be told in a video game unfolds.

Seeing is believing, so continue on to see Pneuma: Breath of Life in action.

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Blue Estate shows up guns blazing on Xbox One on February 18

Blue Estate pic 1

Sometimes, ordinary isn’t enough.

If that is something you find yourself saying when playing a game, how about fighting against “the most absurd and dangerous enemies” that Blue Estate has to offer, such as scar-covered champions, your character’s own hair and some very happy Chihuahuas?

Blue Estate is an upcoming rail shooter arriving February 18 on Xbox One for $12.99. Its story is about Tony Luciano, the homicidal manic son of an LA mob boss, and Clarence, who is a broke ex-Navy Seal out to clean up Tony’s mess. Tony sets out to rescue his dancer, Cherry Popz, from the Silk Brothers’ gang, and Clarence is out to stop gang war.

Developer HESAW has stated that the game was designed from the ground up to fully integrate the Xbox One Kinect for motion detection, but the game can also be played with a controller. Blue Estate promises dark and funny humor to go along with gameplay based on the Eisner Award-nominated Blue Estate comic books from Viktor Kalvachev. The game will also feature a local co-operative mode, so a second player will be able to join in on the fun.

HESAW adds that “All Xbox Live Gold members can also take advantage of a special discount of 20%!” But it’s unknown whether $12.99 is the price before or after the discount.

Continue below to check out a teaser of Blue Estate in action.

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XBLA Fans GOTY Twitch streams (Update)


We at XBLA Fans are incredibly excited about the state of indie games on the Xbox One moving forward into 2015. In the next two weeks you’ll see an article from us highlighting some of the fantastic games we are anticipating. In the meantime, though, we highly suggest looking at some of the great games that released in 2014. We posted our Game of the Year awards yesterday. In honor of those games, we have a week full of streaming for you over on our Twitch channel. Make sure to give us a follow (or subscribe if you are feeling super generous).

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Project Root coming to Xbox One


Argentinian indie developer OPQAM wants to give gamers some classic arcade-style shmup action, and that’s exactly what they’re doing with Project Root. Recently announced by OPQAM and Reverb Triple XP, Project Root is an overhead shooter with free-roaming open environments. You play as Lance Rockport, a rebel pilot attempting to end the Prometheus Corporation’s plans for world domination. Taking flight in an advanced F-72 Zonda fighter, you’ll fight enemies both on the ground and in air across eight distinct levels. Players fighting in this revolution can also look forward to upgradable firepower, special weapon drops, and crazy boss battles.

Project Root is coming to Xbox One in early 2015. Check out the reveal trailer after the jump.

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