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Valiant Hearts: The Great War Trailer and release date


The team at Ubisoft that created Rayman Origins and Rayman Legends is creating a sidescrolling adventure puzzle game. Valiant Hearts: The Great War tells the story of five characters and how they are brought together by the events of World War I.  Between Karl the German soldier, Anna the Belgian veterinarian, and a playable dog, players will experience the first World War from a variety of perspectives.

The trailer (below) is much more story-driven than one might expect from the Rayman developers. The art-style seems to point towards a stylized news-strip comic reminiscent of the period, and the haunting piano melody that bookends the trailer is both absolutely beautiful and at once memorable. This is one to watch as time draws ever closer to E3. Valiant Hearts: The Great War launches on June 25 for both Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

Source:  UbiBlog


Peggle 2 available now for Xbox 360


Peggle 2 has bounced its way onto the Xbox 360. Originally released as a timed exclusive shortly after the launch of the Xbox One, the colorful and addictive puzzle game is now available for a wider audience. 

The original Peggle delighted gamers of all dispositions across pretty much every current platform in existence. This sequel offers an additional 60 levels, 60 trials, 180 objectives, a multiplayer mode called Peg Party, as well as four new Peggle Masters to accompany the lovable unicorn Bjorn. New for the Xbox 360 release is another multiplayer mode, entitled Duel Mode, and a much welcomed colorblind option.

The game is priced at $11.99 and is available on the Xbox Live Marketplace.


YouTube update on Xbox One simplifies uploading


An update releasing today will make uploading gameplay clips to YouTube a seamless process. Content can now be captured with the Game DVR app, subsequently edited in Upload Studio, and once finalized, shared directly with a linked YouTube channel. This simplification now allows more users the wherewithal to reach a larger audience in an easier fashion.

In addition, the update brings with it the ability to view YouTube videos in Snap Mode. Aside from the countless strange juxtapositions possible, like Titanfall and keyboard cat for example, this feature can be useful in watching game walkthroughs while simultaneously playing that game. Finally, users can now pin favorite YouTube channels to the One Guide for easy access, making it quicker to get to subscribed content.

Source: Xbox Wire


The Xbox 360 gets an update

Xbox Dashboard

As many users have noticed, an update rolled out for the Xbox 360 earlier this week. It is a fairly small update without many obvious changes since it takes care of “mostly back end stuff,” according to a tweet from Major Nelson. The only noticeable change allows videos rented through the Xbox Video app on the Xbox 360 to be accessed and played on other devices such as a smartphone or laptop. Previously, movies rented through Xbox Video on the Xbox 360 could only be watched on the Xbox 360.

An update to the Xbox One should also release this month.



New apps arrive for Xbox 360 and Xbox One

MLG App 2

A post on the Xbox Wire website reveals both new and updated apps for Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

The lion’s share of the coverage details the Major League Gaming (MLG) app’s release on Xbox 360.  With this app, Xbox Live Gold subscribers can view live streams of gaming tournaments, access an eSport report, as well as take in other original programming.  The most recent broadcast was for the Call of Duty Championship, which included a $1 million prize for the winning team.  Development of an Xbox One version is currently in progress.

Also on its way to Xbox One is MLB.TV.  Previously released and refreshed on Xbox 360, users who subscribe to both Xbox Live Gold and MLB.TV premium can watch all out-of-market regular season games for the 2014 season.

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Bound by Flame coming to 360 on May 9

Bound by Flame, an upcoming fantasy RPG by Spiders Studio, will be released on Xbox 360 May 9, 2014. The game was originally slated for late 2013 but suffered from a delay so it’s great to finally have a solid release date. Six new screenshots and a trailer featuring unedited gameplay were released to help fans wait until the game’s release. Click ahead for the new screens.

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Ska Studios talks Charlie Murder patch

Charlie Murder battle of the bands

Ska Studios revealed the state of the next Charlie Murder patch via a quick little Facebook post on its page. The studio says that all of the “easy” fixes are complete but it is “waiting on some things that are out of [its] hands.” There is still no expected release date for the patch but Ska hopes it will be soon and can’t wait for players to get their hands on it. Charlie Murder is by no means unplayable without the patch and is still an amazing game, so don’t let a few bugs squelch anyone’s interest.

Source: Facebook


World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition free to play this weekend


This weekend, World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition is free to play for all Xbox Live members, no Gold membership needed. The free weekend is rather timely, as well, since all players will get to enjoy obliterating tanks in the last stretch of the Map Madness campaign on the final map, Prokhorovka, which was also released today.

The free weekend ends this Monday, March 31st, at 2:59 AM EST, so download the game and go destroy stuff.

Source: Polygon


Halo: Spartan Assault initiates operation price drop on Xbox One and Xbox 360


Halo: Spartan Assault, originally designed for Windows phones and tablets, released mere months ago for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 but has already received a permanent $5 price drop to $9.99 on both consoles. Spartan Assault was developed by Vanguard Games and left behind the tried-and-true FPS format of the Halo franchise for the overheard camera world of traditional twin-stick shooters. Set between Halo 3 and Halo 4, you can take on 30 single-player missions or bring a friend along for the console exclusive online, co-op mode.

Check out our review for Halo:Spartan Assault and decide if the lower cost of entry makes the game more appealing, but we still suggest the free trial before committing your money.

Source: Xbox Marketplace


Max: The Curse of Brotherhood heading to 360 this April


Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, the 2.5D puzzle platformer from Press Play, is going to be gracing the Xbox 360 on April 9, 2014. This announcement comes via Phil Spencer’s Twitter account and is great news for those holding out for the Xbox 360 version. It will cost $14.99 and we highly suggest picking it up and giving it a go, especially if you missed it on Xbox One. We loved the game when it originally came out and we can’t wait to see more people get their hands on it.

Source: Major Nelson

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