This is the latest trailer for Capy's Super TIME Force, and while their last one was awesome, this might be even better. Forget expensive cinematics or insomnia-curing developer diaries; this is how you sell a video game.
Who spends $500 to play a $20 downloadable game? I do, if the game's the spiritual successor to the Panzer Dragoon series. Fresh Crimson Dragon screens and a new trailer out of TGS seal the deal.
Self-published indie games may not be only for the Xbox One. The makers of Pinball Arcade say they're clear to self-publish to Xbox Live Arcade beginning in August. That's when Microsoft will have more to say about the program at Gamescom. We've reached out to an Xbox Live representative for comment.
As demonstrate in our recent Man of Steel discussion, I love me some I Fight Dragons. I also love pixel art. So when the Nintendocore band teams up with the makers of Xbox Live Arcade's Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds for a pixel-perfect music video for their song "Move", why it's the best day ever.
Disclaimer: Considering that the game is called Way of the Dogg, I'm gonna go ahead and call the rapper in question Snoop Dogg instead of Snoop Lion. Anyway, the man himself has gone ahead and made a video game, or at least lent his likeness and music to one. While it may lack the production values of that other…
Yesterday, a demo for upcoming Kinect action game Crimson Dragon was accidentally released on Xbox Live in Japan before being swiftly pulled. But not before people could download it and record it being played.
Microsoft announces a renewed trademark for Killer Instinct. Wonder what that means for Rare's cult fighting game?
There's a new Call of Juarez game in town. It's dubbed Call of Juarez: Gunslinger. Here's the game's debut trailer, which features actors. Good thing this is a movie! Oh wait.
It has everything. Gameplay footage from one of the slickest looking games in the pipeline (and it's from the guys behind Sword & Sworcery). A Saturday morning cartoon intro. And dubstep. Plenty of dubstep. Because it wouldn't be a video game trailer without it!
Last year there was a lot of rumbling about Xbox Live someday offering free-to-play video games. Well, that day is coming soon. Happy Wars, by ToyLogic, will be available for free to all Xbox Live Goldmembers this fall.
In June of 2010, 505 Games and developer Behaviour broke my tiny plush heart. Naughty Bear was to be everything I'd ever wanted in fluff-soaked teddy bear gore. Instead, it was simplistic, unattractive and unsatisfying. I wanted Dexter. They gave me Texas Chain Saw Massacre Lite. Can the downloadable Naughty Bear:…
This review of Wreckateer is a little late because last week, I was also under siege from large stones, some of them burning. They were just in my kidneys. While Wreckateer may be more enjoyable than a trip to the urologist, it still involves its own degree of waiting and uncertainty, and likewise requires you to…
Sometimes a video game is like a razor blade. Only millimeters thick, yet sharpened to a fine edge sharp enough to draw blood if you're not paying attention. Once you learn that truth, such a game requires your total attention lest you wind up bleeding a lot. Spelunky comes to the Xbox 360, sharp enough to etch…
You're going to die a lot in Spelunky. The indie platformer hits Xbox Live Arcade tomorrow, bringing with it a roguelike structure that switches everything up each time you play through it. That means you're going to find different traps, monsters and drops in each cave you venture through. A full review will run…
Part of the appeal when Deadlight was originally shown off was how lonely and bleak it looked. Then some trailers came along full of narration and dialogue and it all got a bit too noisy.
Just in case you hadn't yet picked up on the heavy - and welcome - inspiration The Road has had on upcoming Xbox Live Arcade title Deadlight, check out this new trailer.
It's an established part of the current gaming landscape, for some perhaps even their favourite, but in a recent interview Microsoft's Michael Wolf reminds us it won't always be here.
Last week's teaser is now this week's confirmation. Sega will be releasing a revamped HD version of Dreamcast favorite Jet Set Radio for digital download on an as-yet-unspecified date this summer, on XBox Live, PlayStation Network, and PC.
The House of Sonic's dropped a vague but drip-filled teaser that strongly suggests that the beloved inline-skating, graffiti-tagging Jet Set Radio game will be hitting modern consoles soon. The killer soundtrack and high-contrast, brightly colored cartoon art style made developer Smilebit's Dreamcast game a hit, but…
You just know the team at Reverge Games have been giggling to themselves for the past week in anticipation of today's reveal of Nurse Valentine, the Skullgirls fighter with a prescription for pain.