In 2008, Microsoft launched the Summer of Arcade promotion in which five Xbox Live Arcade titles were released during the summer. The annual promotion has seen the likes of Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2, Braid, Castle Crashers, ‘Splosion Man, Trials HD, Limbo and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD grace the Xbox Live Marketplace.Continue Reading "Review: Charlie Murder"
Serious Sam originally started as a PC title back in 2001; though its popularity saw the series make the conversion over to the Xbox Live Arcade nine years later. The four Serious Sam titles that have made the jump over to the Xbox 360 have been released at retail as part of The Serious Sam Collection.Continue Reading "Review: The Serious Sam Collection"
Despite being an Xbox Live Arcade title, The Walking Dead was highly praised by critics and gamers alike, so much so that it even managed to pick up a number of Game of the Year awards. As you would expect, there has been high expectations for the follow-up, The Walking Dead: 400 Days.Continue Reading "Review: The Walking Dead: 400 Days"
When Ubisoft unveiled a teaser video and website for Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon on April 1st, 2013, many assumed the title was an April Fool’s joke. Quite surprisingly, fast forward a month and Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is now available to download from the Xbox Live Arcade.Continue Reading "Review: Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon"
I’ll be the first to admit that I used to rock around my bedroom, singing into a hairbrush and strumming an air guitar to Avril Lavigne. In fact, on the odd occasion, I still do.Continue Reading "Single Review: Avril Lavigne – ‘Here’s to Never Growing Up’"
There’s no denying that the Gears of War trilogy was epic. The satisfaction of taking down a Berserker with a perfectly-placed shot to the head and overcoming General Raam are moments that will stay with gamers for years to come.Continue Reading "Review: Gears of War: Judgment"