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Jotun: Valhalla Edition review

Thunder Lotus Games’ first outing began life as a Kickstarter dream, like many indie titles in recent years, and after a successful run on the PC, the title has made its transition to console. Y...[Read More]

Slain: Back from Hell launching on Xbox One in October

Prepare for battle against Flesh Hounds, werewolves and other monstrosities with the upcoming console launch of Slain: Back from Hell, from the collaboration of independent game publisher Digerati Dis...[Read More]

Overcooked review

It turns out too many chefs doesn’t ruin the broth; Overcooked proves that the more chefs you have the more fun you can have. But can this delightfully deranged arcade cook-a-thon satisfy your hunger ...[Read More]

Hyperdrive Massacre review

Hyperdrive Massacre offers a pick-up and play local multiplayer experience that’s ideal for relaxed fun with friends, yet has enough depth to entice you into mastering its mechanics for more competiti...[Read More]

Rebel Galaxy review

Rebel Galaxy has a lot of personality. There’s character behind its art style; an aesthetic that’s visually pleasing, impressive, vibrant, and not at all based on reality. And indeed it’s this charact...[Read More]

Clash review

Clash provides an enjoyable arena-based combat scenario for up to four players but is severely limited by its content and local multiplayer focus. Certainly Clash can boast an attractive and charming ...[Read More]

Tachyon Project review

Tachyon Project’s familiar twin-stick shooting action incorporates a few new tricks to make the genre feel little fresher, but a few missteps take its toll to make the fun dwindle quickly. Indee...[Read More]

Xbox One’s Arcade Titles Have 1000 Gamerscore

It was hinted when the Halo: Spartan Assault achievements were revealed that Arcade titles on the Xbox One  could have 1000 Gamerscore when the One launches next Friday. After much speculating, this c...[Read More]

Final Exam Review

Final Exam is a 2D/3D (2.5D?) side-scrolling beat ‘em up much like the classic Streets of Rage developed by Mighty Rocket Studio. I don’t really have much to say about this release. It’s kind of bareb...[Read More]

Sanctum 2 Review

When Sanctum was released on Steam in 2011, it was met with mostly positive reviews. A sequel seemed most likely. So of course, unsurprisingly, in 2012 a sequel was announced for Xbox LIVE. Fast forwa...[Read More]

Below Q&A with Capybara Games

Capy Games’ co-founder and creative director, Kris Piotrowski, and co-founder and president, Nathan Vella, sat down with Xbox Wire to answer some questions about their new project, including its art s...[Read More]

FarCry 3: Blood Dragon Review

You’d be hard pressed to find someone that didn’t enjoy Far Cry 3. It’s totally understandable; the game was a non-stop thrill ride that could keep you entertained for the longest time. So when Ubisof...[Read More]

Way of The Dogg Gameplay Trailer

Entertainment icon Snoop Dogg (aka Snoop Lion) brings his fans the latest news about his forthcoming video game Way of the Dogg from 505 Games releasing today on Xbox Live Arcade.

Capcom Reveal DuckTales: Remastered Trailer

Today at PAX East, Capcom came out with quite the reveal. The beloved NES platformer, DuckTales is being given the HD remaster treatment and is coming out for Xbox Live Arcade this summer. Most likely...[Read More]

The Baconing Review

It seems a little strange to me that I’ve never actually made the acquaintance of ‘The Baconings’ hero before now. Despite the ego laden, self important ‘Deathspank’ alre...[Read More]