Title Update 9 is now available for Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition. Along with a bunch of add-ons and fixes including climbable vines, tweaks to crafting recipes and the ability for sheep to re-grow their wool, the update also brings with it The End, a new area where players can take on the Ender Dragon monster and hordes of Endermen enemies. For the full list of updates hit the jump.
If you scroll to the Games page on your dashboard, you can find a panel for "Microsoft Studios Sale" that includes a plethora of big XBLA Games. Some of our favorites like Dust: An Elysian Tale and Mark of the Ninja can both be picked up 600 MSP (50% off). You might also want to jump on the Trials bandwagon, because both the original Trials HD and Trials: Evolution can be picked up for 400 MSP and 800 MSP respectively.
The sale will be available until April 8th Here is the complete list of games, including a few extras that you won't find in the dashboard (like Retro City Rampage). Here is the full list of what's on sale:
After quietly appearing in February on a Xbox Marketplace listing, Microsoft has officially announced Doritos Crash Course 2 from Behaviour Interactive, the follow up to 2010's popular advergame by the same name. In the sequel, "run, jump, slide and wall jump your Avatar through four new worlds of irreverent obstacles, traps and pitfalls." As players make their way through the course, they will compete for the best completion times and collect stars to unlock further progress. While no online multiplayer is mentioned, a player can "compare your best time against up to three asynchronous games clips of your friends."
Like the first game, Crash Course 2 will be free to play, but this time around gamers will have the option to buy coins, giving them the ability to "unlock new courses, power-ups and vanity items." While no exact release date has been announced, the game will hit virtual shelves this year. In the mean time, hit the jump to make your way through this obstacle course of screenshots.
It's been a long time coming, but Minecraft's ninth update is almost here. TU9 has passed Microsoft certification and is going to drop Friday, April 5. While the update will contain a slew of new features, it is most notable for the long-awaited arrival of the The End, home of the Ender Dragon. The boss fight has been made more difficult for the Xbox 360 Edition of the game, but the adventure to The End still remains the same. If you're not already familiar with the process, 4J has kindly created a trailer showing how to reach The End step-by-step.
Check out the full list of changes of changes after the jump.
Farcry 3: Blood Dragon has been on XBLA Fans' radar since Marketplace art leaked online last month, and now Ubisoft has made one of its worst-kept secrets a reality. A teaser trailer for Blood Dragon appeared alongside a Geocities-esque website today, which portrays the game as an '80s sci-fi action movie. The teaser doesn't reveal much outside of reinforcing the 80s-inspired aesthetic, though we captured a brief flash of what appears to be in-game footage. If anything can be gleaned from it, it looks as though Blood Dragon will keep with Far Cry's FPS lineage.
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