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Even if you aren't a fan of DotA or Smash Bros., take note: Awesomenauts looks like it'll be a good time for anyone who likes
blowing things up, competition, and summoning angry bulls.
Electronic Arts released Shank, a 2D side-scrolling beat 'em up, on PSN
and Xbox Live in August of last year. Since then, developer Klei
Entertainment has been hard at work on a follow up title, Shank 2.
Eric Ruth's infectious 8-bit remake of DJ Hero falls prey to big business.
An eight-pack of Johnny Cash’s greatest hits will be debuting on Rock
Band next week, in addition to nine free songs featured in previous Rock
LucasArts' adventure classic is remade for XBLA and PSN, and Ignition delivers multiplayer shooting on the cheap.
Capcom's DLC experiment is a resounding success, with over 300,000 people on the leaderboards.
David Bowie is bringing five new tracks to Rock Band next week, available as the “David Bowie Pack 02” or as singles.
Marianne Krawczyk plans a "unique story of full frontal revenge" for EA's upcoming downloadable game.
Dance Central DLC keeps on rolling out with tracks from Fergie, Snow,
and N.E.R.D. These new dance tracks will be available in the in-game
store for download starting tomorrow!
Get ready to guard the moneyball and make some big bucks in Uber Entertainment's upcoming XBLA release.
The new subterranean adventure will be available this August.
The online retailer won't be selling XBLA games from now on. Is this another example of Microsoft playing hardball with Xbox Live?