Call of the Dead is the Black Ops zombie map was released as part of the Escalation Map Pack. It introduced lots of new features including a ‘boss’ zombie, zip lines and much more.
Kinect Adventures offers gamers a decent sampling of gametypes to choose from and best of all it’s bundled with the Kinect itself. While most of the games are simple and there’s not exactly a lot of depth it’s hard to beat the price and if you’re looking for a Kinect but on a budget you’re in luck.
Limbo is a curious game. While the aesthetics create a deep gamut of imagery and atmospheric foreboding, the game itself is let down by an almost fundamental contradiction between thematics & mechanics. Read on for the full review of the Limbo video game on Xbox LIVE Arcade.
Limbo is not any easy game, and that goes for its achievements as well. Most of the games achievements will not be earned if you don’t go looking for them. This guide will help you find all of the hidden achievements.
Finding a unique game mechanic packed neatly into the fabric of a compelling narrative is a great thing. Does this mechanic provide the basis for a novel experience or fall short of the intended purpose, find out by reading this review of Light’s End, an Xbox LIVE Indie title…
Axel & Pixel is a delightful 2D point-and-click adventure game, using cheerful hand drawn designs and photographed backgrounds while placing a heartfelt and superlative ambient soundscape over them, creating one of the best Xbox LIVE Arcade experiences yet. Read on for more analysis and reviewing…
Find out in this review if the newly released Spongebob Truth or Square video game for the Xbox 360, is worth buying, or a title you should just leave behind on shelves. Does Spongebob live up to those great Xbox 360 games for kids that we’re used to or not this time around?
Rated M for mature, and for good reasoning. Fairytale Fights is a blood bath full of ooeey gooey gore filled fun.
Raven Squad promises to blend RTS and FPS for an explosion of violent action as you battle to make it out of the Amazon jungle with your squad intact. So does it live up to the hype? Find out in this review.
Brave a Warrior’s Tale is a plain action/platformer aimed at the younger audience. Part of Microsoft’s Xbox 360 Family Games, Brave tries to be unique, but fails miserably in the graphics and sounds department.