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The incredibly quirky but strangely fascinating downloadable game has a new video in advance of its spring release.
The game blends infectious, beat-driven chip-tunes with simple yet challenging gameplay.
Check out this batch of screens to see the first high definition Contra, even if Konami isn't calling it such.
The developers behind the 360 indie scene have crafted their own Summer
of Arcade-style event. Check out this amazing trailer for 14 sweet
games you may have never heard of.
Though the Backbreaker series got called for a false start with a subpar
effort on consoles, the series found a much more receptive audience
with its Tackle Alley game on iPhone. Now Natural Motion is building on
that base with a new Xbox 360-exclusive title.
The bloody winner of the Making Something Unreal contest has found a
partner, and the game is now on track to release in the coming months.
A surprising amount of folks are on Team Knives, and their loyalty to
the titular character’s 17-year old ex-girlfriend is about to be repaid,
in the form of a playable Knives.
Last week Capcom debuted a trailer showing off some of the new
downloadable costumes for Super Street Fighter IV. Now we know who's
going to be in the first batch and what they're going to look like.
Capcom has revealed its DLC plans for the downloadable game, which include additional color palettes, music packs, and match packs with commentary.
The violent, 2D action game Shank came out on various download services a
little over a year ago to fairly strong buzz. Now EA and developer Klei Entertainment have revealed Shank 2, an equally bloody sequel planned for early 2012.
The online retailer won't be selling XBLA games from now on. Is this another example of Microsoft playing hardball with Xbox Live?
You would think that Rockstar wouldn’t need to keep releasing DLC packs
with all the content on the disc, but they do. You’ll never finish this
game! Regardless, Liars and Cheats has a little something for everyone.