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  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Special Forces: Team X

    With Gotham City Impostors, Section 8: Prejudice, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and more, XBLA has started offering multiplayer shooters at a steady rate in the last couple of years. Next up in the genre is Special Forces: Team X. It's available now for 1200 Microsoft points, and we're taking... More
  • Blog Post: Reiner And Phil Play Alan Wake's American Nightmare

    Reiner and I were both big fans of the sometimes frustrating, always intriguing dark mystery introduced in the first Alan Wake in 2010. Now Remedy has released a new downloadable game starring Wake in a new setting. Join us for a quick tour of the creepy locale of Night Springs. In this video, we jump... More
  • Blog Post: The Zen Of Twisted Pixel: An Interview With Michael Wilford

    [Photo by Lance Rosenfield] Twisted Pixel Games is a tight-knit studio in Austin founded by ex-High Voltage developers Michael Wilford, Josh Bear, and Frank Wilson. The studio is known for humorous, challenging XBLA games like The Maw, Splosion Man, and the upcoming retail Kinect game, The Gunstringer... More
  • Blog Post: Everything You Need To Know About Summer Of Arcade

    With XBLA's summer promotion now beginning, we take a brief tour of each game to help you decide which ones you'll use to hold off the summer gaming doldrums. 2011's Summer of Arcade begins tomorrow, July 20th, with the release of Bastion. Traditionally, Microsoft has reserved some of the... More
  • Blog Post: Video Interview: Greg Kasavin On Bastion

    Last week I had my first opportunity to go hands-on with Bastion, a beautifully animated and overwhelmingly charming Xbox Live Arcade title in the works from Supergiant Games. After playing for 15 minutes or so, I was joined by Supergiant creative director Greg Kasavin, who answered some of my questions... More
  • Blog Post: The Secret History Of The X-Men Arcade Game

    Did you know the classic arcade brawler was based on a cartoon? Want to watch it right now? PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade recently received a new classic entry. The X-Men Arcade game was a favorite of many arcade-goers in 1992, when it offered up to six-player cooperative brawling with several... More
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