Posts Tagged ‘xbla

21
Mar
11

“The Arrival” — Mass Effect 2 DLC confirmed

Mass-Effect-2-DLC-BioWare-Unveil-3-ArrivalThe final “Mass Effect 2” DLC, titled “the Arrival,” was confirmed by EA on March 18 and will be ready for download on PSN, XBLA, and PC on March 29. If you have been itching to get back into the Normandy, or if you want to discover more about the reaper’s conspiracies, then you don’t want to miss this next expansion.

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06
Feb
11

Castle Crashers gets cute and compassionate new character

Move over, guys, there’s a new knight in town, and fair warning: he’s precious.  The adorable Pink Knight will be available for “Castle Crashers” on Tuesday, just in time for Valentine’s Day, with proceeds going to help fund Breast Cancer research.

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31
Jan
11

Dungeon Defenders console release delayed, NGP development planned

Destructoid is reporting that the PC, Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network versions of “Dungeon Defenders,” a title receiving accolades for its Android and iPhone iterations, has been delayed according to a recent tweet from Gainesville-based developer Trendy Entertainment.

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22
Jan
11

Help bring unknown terror, Cthulhu Saves the World, to PC

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At the brink of the new year, a horrible dread washed over the Xbox Live Indie Games, ensnaring gamers in its maddening tentacles.  This foul beast is know as… “Cthulhu Saves the World.”  Will you heed its call for additional funds?

“Cthulhu Saves the World” is a twisted creation of classic 2D RPG gameplay writhing with parody.  The game features many gameplay elements from Zeboyd Games previous title “Breath of Death VII: The Beginning,” such as branching level-up paths for characters and a combo system employed during battles.

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16
Jan
11

Capcom Mobile copies ‘Splosion Man, anger ensues

The line between homage and plagiarism can be a tricky one indeed. Major gaming company Capcom discovered this in what can now only be described as the debacle surrounding their release of “MaXplosion,” which is available on the App Store for Apple’s major mobile devices.

 

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15
Jan
11

playBACK Episode Two – Resident Evil 3DS footage, Dragon Age II DLC, Minecraft sales and more!

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08
Jan
11

Torchlight Illuminating XBLA

If you own an Xbox 360, I hope you’re ready to lose hours of your life delving through dungeons. In Spring 2011, “Torchlight” is coming the the Xbox Live Arcade.

For those unfamiliar with “Torchlight’s” initial PC release in 2009, it is a “Diablo” clone in all the best ways, which is unsurprising as developer Runic Games was founded by previous “Diablo” designers. “Torchlight” features three different character classes, each with three skill trees, two different pets, endless random dungeons and hordes of loot to load your backpack up with.

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28
Dec
10

playWISE’s hidden gems of 2010

hidden gems of 2010 - playwisegaming.com In order to celebrate this year in gaming, playWISE will be featuring several articles in the next few weeks detailing the most memorable games of the year. So far we’ve talked about our biggest disappointments of 2010.

With hundreds of videogames being released year after year, it’s difficult to find out about all of them, let alone get a chance to play them. Below are some of our favorite games of the year that were either overlooked by many gamers or were quite literally hidden.

Read onward to learn about the best games of the year that you never heard of.

Check back on Friday Dec. 31 to see our picks for top games of 2010.

 

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23
Dec
10

Trendy Developer Diary — Dungeon Devenders First Wave (iOS)

This is the first in a series of videos playWISE will be producing documenting the features of several games by Gainesville-based developer, Trendy Entertainment.

This video is a brief look at the mobile version of their latest action-RPG tower-defense title, “Dungeon Defenders: First Wave.” Let us know what you think of our video in the comments. Thanks for watching.




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