According to an interview conducted at G4tv, the follow up to one of the most successful XBLA titles, Duels of the Planeswalkers will see a sequel.
If you missed out on this great game back when it was released on the previous generation of consoles, here’s your chance to try (or buy) again!
It’s been a number of years since a new game has been released under the “Dungeons & Dragons” moniker, so this news came as quite a surprise. Publisher Atari today revealed a new co-op action roleplaying game, titled Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale. This game marks the franchises’ first venture onto the current generation of consoles, […]
Shaun of the Dead and Star Trek actor Simon Pegg has agreed to lend his voice for the upcoming EA Bright Light (formerly EA UK) title, Spare Parts. Spare Parts tells the story of two robots, Mar-T and Chip, who are stranded on a planet when mistaken for rubbish. Pegg will voice the duo’s guide, […]
Comic Jumper: The Adventures of Captain Smiley walks the fine line between what is a fun game and a funny but average game. Initially, it veered towards the latter side and that worried me, given how good Twisted Pixel’s Splosion Man was at balancing the two factors. However, the more I played through, the more […]
The classic quarter-eater, X-Men, is coming back, and unlike some recent releases that I dare not mention will remain relatively untouched. The game will remain a six-player ordeal and will support both local and online multiplayer (due to hardware limitations, the Xbox Live Arcade version will be limited to 4 locally, but the remaining slots […]
This might fall under the category of “Hey, 2008 called and they want their game back”, but we have word from The Behemoth themselves (via their blog) that they are in fact knee deep in the submission process for having the game placed on the PlayStation Network.
Thank Crom for the SDCC. Capcom has let it be known that on top of the Street Fighter x Tekken crossover games that are coming out, that they are working on making an online version of Street Fighter III: Third Impact, which is quite possibly one of the finest fighting games ever made. This might […]
Have you considered what Deathspank will be using to dispense justice to evildoers everywhere? Can you fathom the usefulness of Unicorn Poop? Do you also think that the Chicken Gun sounds awesome? If so, the video below is for you.
This is what you get when you mix stop-motion animation and a videogame geek. If you’ve never experienced the awesomeness that is any of the Geometry Wars games, you’re really missing out. For some reason, having the simplistic graphics mixed with the eye melting visual effects just…works.
Independent Games Festival finalist Limbo, created by studio Playdead, will be released this year on Xbox 360, and I can hardly contain myself. We need a good platformer this year to rival the experience that Twisted Pixel gave us with ‘Splosion Man last year.
If I had a time machine, I would venture into the future day by day until I found the exact release date for Magic the Gathering: Duels of the Planeswalkers Duel the Dragon DLC. Sadly, I don’t have such a fantastic time travelling device and I still don’t know when the content will be released. But, the […]
Yesterday, it was announced that the MS Games on Demand service was announced with a list of games that are coming out for purchase through XBLA. Then came the speculation as to what the pricing should be, as of writing this article, the only clue as to what the games will be costing us is […]
The HD remix version of Turtles in Time (Turtles in Time Re-Shelled) has been released today on XBLA for 800 MSP ($10) and has most of the retro fans here at MWN sighing a bit. I think I’ll go home and play my SNES cart of the original game in defiance of admitting it got […]
I’ll admit it, I might have been a little harsh on the Summer of Arcade yesterday. Don’t get me wrong, I’m looking forward to all the games except for Trails HD, and I think that all of them are fairly priced regardless. I was going to buy Turtles in Time Re-Shelled when it was 1200 […]