Some may have noticed a few new entries pop up in the achievement list for Ubisoft's beat-em-up Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game, which may point to the impending release of long-awaited and much-anticipated DLC for the popular title. Four achievements worth a total of 50 gamerscore have been added to the game and appear to be from the "Online Multiplayer and Wallace" pack.
A screenshot of the achievements, courtesy of @lifelower, outlines what you'll need to do to nab that gamerscore:
Undead Labs' zombie sandbox survival simulator State of Decay is on track for release early this year. Unfortunately, until the outbreak starts, there's nothing to do but scavenge for every sustaining morsel of …
Microsoft Studios announced today that World Series of Poker: Full House Pro will be coming to Xbox Live Arcade in Spring 2013. The game will offer cross-platform play across XBLA …
If you can't wait to get your hands on The Behemoth's long-awaited platformer Battleblock Theater, now's your chance to give it a try. Announced today by The Behemoth on …
Originally reported to be coming in January, Double Fine's The Cave now has a solid release date. Announced today by publisher Sega, and by creator Ron Gilbert via …
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Hollywood doesn't like pirates. The movie industry continues to use the full firepower of its impressively financed and outfitted armada to sink skull and crossbones banner-flying sites sailing through the dark waters of the internet; sites which it claimed as recently as January of last year to be responsible for costing the U.S. economy $200–250 billion per year and for killing 750,000 American jobs.
Though the Government Accountability Office has since reported those numbers to be bogus, no one can deny that internet pirates are plundering at least some of the movie business' potential earnings. That's why the Motion Picture Association of America was hopeful in November over the prospect of President Obama's re-election helping it make progress in its war on pirates.
But Portland, Oregon — home to Minecraft: The Story of Mojang documentary maker 2 Player Productions — is most certainly not Hollywood. Still, one approach studio founders Pawl Owens, Paul Levering and Asif Siddiky have taken to promoting their film about original Minecraft creator Mojang is unorthodox to say the least.
They pirated it.
Call it a case of the student surpassing the teacher – Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition sold more copies in 2012 than its older, beefier PC counterpart, developer Mojang announced last week. According to a post over at EuroGamer, the XBLA edition of the world-building adventure goliath sold 5,002,370 copies last year, compared to 4,177,843 sold on PC; not bad, considering the game's been out for less than a year on XBLA.
Telltale Games are to offer a free copy of The Walking Dead XBLA version to players suffering severe hitching and freezing with the Xbox 360 disc version. After collecting reports from players, …
NeocoreGames, the developers behind upcoming action-RPG The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing, have announced a special contest for fans to become a character in the game. The winner, who …