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  • Blog Post: DuckTales: Remastered Releases For Xbox 360

    Capcom and Wayforward's enhanced remake of the NES-era classic is now available on Xbox Live. Wayforward, which has recently had success with retro-style titles like Double Dragon: Neon and Mighty Switch Force, intends DuckTales: Remastered to be exactly what the name suggests: a version of the original... More
  • Blog Post: Massive Xbox Live Spring Sale Starts March 26

    Xbox is welcoming in the warm weather with huge discounts on some high profile games and DLC packs. The Xbox Live Spring Sale starts on March 26, and features discounts of 50 percent off and more on such games as Assassin's Creed III, Dead Rising 2, L.A. Noire, and Just Cause 2. Several major DLC... More
  • Blog Post: Joe Danger 2 Free On PlayStation Plus, Huge Ubisoft Sale

    The recent sequel Joe Danger: The Movie is now available free to PlayStation Plus subscribers. Ubisoft is also offering heavy discount on catalog titles to Plus members. Game Informer's Matt Miller enjoyed Joe Danger: The Movie , so if you have PlayStation Plus you should definitely grab it. Below... More
  • Blog Post: Bayonetta Slashes Its Way Onto PlayStation Network

    Platinum Games' 2009 hit will soon be available for download on Sony's PlayStation Network. For those of you not familiar with the game, it's basically like a Japanese action game on acid thrown into a tornado of violence. We liked it a lot, giving it a 9 out of 10. On January 29, you'll... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Play Brings Xbox Live Arcade Games To Windows 8

    Windows 8 is pushing a more console-style interface to PCs, and soon you'll able to purchase a small selection of Xbox Live Arcade games through your PC. The video below serves as the announcement for the Microsoft Play service, and shows off some of the interface for purchasing games. The service's... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom Celebrates Mega Man's 25th Birthday With New Release And Annoucements

    Today marks the 25th anniversary of the release of the original Mega Man. Can you believe it's been that long? Capcom marked the milestone with the release of the Street Fighter X Mega Man, which is a free PC game that was created by a fan with support and approval from Capcom. Street Fighter X Mega... More
  • Blog Post: Shoot Many Robots To Shoot Many Robots In March

    Are you hankering to shoot many robots? Ubisoft and Demiurge Studios' Shoot Many Robots will let you do that starting in March. The game, a side-scrolling shooter that places an emphasis on carnage and humor, will release for PlayStation Network on March 13 and Xbox Live Arcade on March 14. The game... More
  • Blog Post: Doom Returns To Xbox Live Arcade

    After a three month hiatus, Bethesda today said the classic first-person shooter Doom is now available for download again on Xbox Live Arcade. In October 2011, Doom was pulled from the Marketplace store and no explanation was ever given. One theory is that Doom on Xbox Live was originally published by... More
  • Blog Post: NFL Blitz Hits The Gridiron On XBLA & PSN

    EA's new HD, downloadable only NFL Blitz is now on sale. Get your popcorn ready. NFL Blitz offers up an update on the classic arcade football formula with 7-on-7 action and fast-paced gameplay. Developed by EA Tiburon, the game features full-HD, 60 fps visuals. However, it might not be as wild as... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Opens Door For Larger, More Affordable XBLA Indie Games

    A new announcement by Microsoft's XNA Game Studio Team opens the door for larger XBLA indie games, and allows developers to set lower prices. On the XNA Game Studio Team Blog , Microsoft revealed the size restriction that had limited games on the Xbox Live indue channel to 150MB has now been raised... More
  • Blog Post: EA Pulls Dragon Age II From Steam

    It looks like there's a feud brewing between Electronic Arts and Valve's popular digital distribution service. Continuing a pattern of EA titles being pulled or not made available on Steam, BioWare's Dragon Age II is no longer available on the site. Apparently, Dragon Age II was pulled by... More
  • Blog Post: Good Old Games Adds Classic EA PC Titles To Catalog

    For old-school PC fans, Good Old Games is a treasure trove, offering an impressive selection of classic PC games for very reasonable prices and without the hassles of DRM. Today, GOG announced that it's beefing up its lineup thanks to a new deal with Electronic Arts. The deal will eventually bring... More
  • Blog Post: Report: PlayStation Store To Go Online May 24

    According to a leaked memo sent to developers, Sony plans to restore the PlayStation Store service by the end of the month. A report on Gamasutra details the contents of the memo, which was sent to developers and publishers. The memo also details that Sony will do two "pushes" of content per... More
  • Blog Post: XBLA Triple Pack Offers Trials HD, Limbo & 'Splosion Man

    We'd always hoped that it would come to this. Downloadable games have taken off on platforms like Xbox Live Arcade, and now Microsoft is offering a retail box copy containing three of XBLA's best titles. Limbo, Trials HD (shown above), and 'Splosion Man are coming out in a Triple Pack for... More
  • Blog Post: New The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile Trailer Shows Off Stylish Carnage

    Microsoft's recent press event brought us new looks as several of the company's most high profile titles. However, there was also new information and assets on some under-the-radar titles, like The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile. The sequel to 2009's The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai, the game focuses... More
  • Blog Post: Major Nelson Reveals Top Xbox Live Games of 2010

    Microsoft's blogger in residence Major Nelson has revealed some interesting statistics on the most popular Xbox Live games of 2010, including the most played, best-selling XBLA titles, and best-selling Indie titles. What's the most played game? We'll give you a hint: it rhymes with "Mall... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Genesis/Mega Drive Classics 4 Available On Steam

    Sega continues to mine its proud 16-bit heritage with another compilation release for Steam. The Sega Genesis/Mega Drive Classics Collection 4 features a host of well-loved titles from days gone by, specifically Alien Soldier, Gunstar Heroes, Landstalker, Light Crusader, Shining Force, Shining Force... More
  • Blog Post: Check Out Nintendo's Downloadable Titles For The Week

    Looking for your download fix? Check out the new titles coming to Nintendo's Wii and DSi. Here's a list of the new games that came out today: WiiWare: JellyCar 2 Players: 1-2 ESRB Rating: E Price: 500 Wii Points Soccer Bashi Players: 1-2 ESRB Rating: E Price: 500 Wii Points Art of Balance (demo... More
  • Blog Post: Sidhe Shifts Focus To Downloadable Games

    New Zealand-based Sidhe Interactive joins the list of game developers that are shifting their focus from full retail releases to smaller downloadable titles. You may know Sidhe as the small independent studio responsible for the critically acclaimed downloadable game Shatter. Or, you may know Sidhe from... More
  • Blog Post: Pinball FX2: Preserving An Endangered Species

    If you had asked me last January if a pinball game would have made my Top 10 year-end list, I’d have said you were crazy. However, that’s exactly what happened. Frankly, I wasn’t even familiar Zen Studio’s Pinball FX. All I knew was that, a few days after Pinball FX2 was released... More
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