On a Roll was developed by Battenberg Software and released on September 21, 2009 and costs 80 Microsoft Points. A copy was provided by the developer for review purposes.
Not every modern video game needs overzealous protagonists, realistic environments or gratuitous violence to be successful—sometimes all a game needs is a round ball furnished with buggy eyes to supplement an efficient gameplay mechanic. Enter the world of On a Roll.
Gamers usually fall into one of the two following categories: those who sing and praise HD remakes as if they are gold covered in chocolate, and those who compare the HD remakes to the excessive milking of a cow. I tend to fall in the gold category, and for good reason—HD remakes are positive for both the gaming industry and gamers.
Toy Cars was developed by Eclipse Games and released on February 21, 2011 and costs 80 Microsoft Points. A copy was provided by the developer for review purposes.
For anyone that has been gaming since the days of the original Nintendo Entertainment System, the arcade racing title Micro Machines was a game with tiny cars but with a lot of heart, and now the Xbox Live Indie Channel has been graced with a contemporary nod to that game in the form of Toy Cars.
To celebrate 15 years since Resident Evil’s inception, Capcom has put together a video showcasing four of its newest Resident Evil titles, including upcoming XBLA releases Resident Evil 4 …