xbla Archive

  • An Ass's Greed.

    NYR: Greed Corp

    An Ass's Greed.

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  • Blind, choking on dust, clutching precious bullets, waving bottles of wine around like a loon: it's Spann with his take on Ubisoft's I Am Alive.

    I Am Alive: Review

    Blind, choking on dust, clutching precious bullets, waving bottles of wine around like a loon: it's Spann with his take on Ubisoft's I Am Alive.

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  • AJ speaks his mind on Ron Carmel's rant about XBLA.

    Has XBLA peaked? A response to Ron Carmel of 2D Boy

    AJ speaks his mind on Ron Carmel's rant about XBLA.

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  • AJ plays Bastion and finds the saying 'hate the game, not the player' is not always correct.

    Bastion: Review

    AJ plays Bastion and finds the saying 'hate the game, not the player' is not always correct.

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  • Crashing and burning.

    Review: Burnout Crash!

    Crashing and burning.

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  • Whether your hobbies include constructing flood barriers or dropping tons of lava onto helpless human beings, <i>From Dust</i> is for you.

    Review: From Dust (XBLA)

    Whether your hobbies include constructing flood barriers or dropping tons of lava onto helpless human beings, From Dust is for you.

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  • Last chance to stick on some nu-metal, baggy jeans and wallet chains: this is retro gaming like it's 2003.

    Review: Beyond Good & Evil HD

    Last chance to stick on some nu-metal, baggy jeans and wallet chains: this is retro gaming like it's 2003.

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  • The continuing adventures of Simon Fightman, Fighting Man extraordinaire.

    You Have Gained A Task: Torchlight Hardcore Mode Adventures Pt2

    The continuing adventures of Simon Fightman, Fighting Man extraordinaire.

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  • Status: playing Torchlight.

    Torchlight is out, again! – it’s Friday!

    Status: playing Torchlight.

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  • Stacking is the latest downloadable offering from Double Fine, and it's an imaginative if very easy-going puzzle game with a whole load of style but not much in the way of substance.

    Review: Stacking

    Stacking is the latest downloadable offering from Double Fine, and it's an imaginative if very easy-going puzzle game with a whole load of style but not much in the way of substance.

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