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The much anticipated game, Marvel vs. Capcom Origins, is now available on XBLA. The compilation of Marvel vs. Capcom Clash of the Super Heroes and …
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Earlier this year, the folks over at NinjaBee held a contest where fans decided which kingdom in their game A World of Keflings. …
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505 Games have announced that Naughty Bear Panic in Paradise, will make its debut on XBLA October 10 for 1200 MSP. The original …
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Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams began as an indie project which re-imagined the '80s sidescroller Great Giana Sisters. Developer Black Forest Games was previously calling the …
Starbreeze Studios and 505 Games officially announced today the first game to emerge from a partnership deal between the two companies. Brothers — A Tale of Two Sons will …
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Telltale Games' The Walking Dead has been the subject of many a thrilling conversation in the past few months. With each episodic release …
Announced mid-August, Special Forces Team X didn't have any clear platforms listed out of the gate. This morning a listing snuck (sneaked?) onto Xbox.com, which with games like these usually indicates an Xbox Live Arcade release. If the gameplay looks mildly familiar, that's because it's Zombie Studios latest project. They're the team behind Blacklight:Tango Down and its non-XBLA sequel Blacklight: Retribution. But Xbox Live Arcade has already seen its fair share of multiplayer shooters. Blacklight: Tango Down, Breach, Counter Strike: Global Offensive and most recently, Hybrid. What sets this apart?
Apart from its cel shading and third-person focus, Special Forces allows players to play dynamically generated levels. Each round players vote for one of a number of tile combinations for a given map. It's like Halo's Forge maps, except as near as we can tell you don't get the opportunity to customize the maps yourself. That may be a slight downer, but no other XBLA shooter has dynamic map generation, meaning that the replay value here is likely to be huge. Zombie Studios boasts over 100 different combinations between the game's maps. Player characters can be customized, too. Weapons, appearance, player skills and taunts will all be at your leisure to modify.
Hit the jump for a general list of features and screenshots. Oh, and don't worry about the CENSORED tags in the trailer. Zombie says they were just for fun. They won't be in the game.
The biggest and most highly anticipated feature from Minecraft's 1.8.2 update is Creative Mode. Creative Mode will give players unlimited amounts of every object in the game, plus the ability to fly. Players can build to their heart's content, with their imagination no longer limited to how much supplies they can find. A new preview, courtesy of 4J Studios, shows the mode running on Xbox 360 for the first time. The new creative interface is reminiscent of the crafting menu, a far cry from the PC's giant scrolling list.
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Pinballs fans have a bit of a battle on their hands. In one corner of the ring you have Pinball FX 2, which …