Explosionade, while causing a stir within the XBLIG developers community, is another release from Mommy’s Best Games. See if I keep reviewing Mommy’s Best Games, or schmups, you are going to start things that I either A. work for Mommy’s Best Games (I don’t) and B. Play nothing but schmups. Though, I am playing this XBLIG title until my xbox screams for me to stop, I might as well tell you why it’s worth the 80 Microsoft Points ($1).
All your friends are storming the Horronym Fortress but Colonel Bouche left you to guard the supply depot. Disregarding orders to clean the toilets, you open the depot to find a gigantic, prototype mech! You jump into the mech, and you head down into the sewers for a little fun shooting things, only to find the Horrornym right at your back door.
SEGA has now given a release date for Crazy Taxi, the second Dreamcast classic title to be re-released on XBLA and PSN. Crazy Taxi will be ready to start earning some crazy money this November.
* High-definition 720p graphics presented in a widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio.
* Achievements and Trophy awards.
* Arcade Mode and Original Mode.
* Crazy Box makes a return, with all 16 mini games.
Shoot’em up developer Cave officially announced today that it will be releasing Guwage on XBLA World wide.
Guwange is a popular Japanese “medieval” bullet hell style schmup that was released in Japanese Arcades back in 1999. It’s a vertical scrolling shooter that has a very retro and classic style about it.
It wouldn’t be a Game Feast unless it had a main course. Super Meat Boy looks to fill that void. We are beyond pumped to get our hands on the platformer next week. In the mean time, check out this awesome fan created video. If you were alive in the 90’s this video has invoke a bit of nostalgia within you. Just think poorly rendered VHS, over the top announcers, and pure gaming goodness.
It makes us hungry…
Back in April, we lamented the top ten games we wish were on Xbox Live Arcade. Well, welcome… to die! Konami has heard our prayers and announced that our favorite 1992 side-scrolling beat-em-up is headed to XBLA.
The announcement came as part of Marvel’s videogame panel at this weekend’s New York Comic Con. There is not yet information regarding release date or price, but Marvel did indicate that the game would have drop-in online multiplayer for up to six players, custom match-ups, and variable difficulty. Local multiplayer seems inevitable, but is not yet announced. You can get a glimpse of the shiny HD gameplay in this trailer…
Mega Man Universe is the new Mega Man game from Capcom that involves a customizable experience with the various Mega Man games. The latest gameplay demo at TGS focused upon the classic Mega Man 2 game and various characters from Capcom’s library of games. The three difficulty options offered in the demo: easy, medium, and hard. Now, to some of the more adept gamers and hardcore Mega Man fans, you may immediately jump into hard or at the least medium. Think again.
Ubisoft released the first screenshots for its XBLA remake of Michel Ancel’s masterful 2003 action-adventure title, Beyond Good and Evil. This sharp upgrade was only recently announced, but it already looks likely to impress fans.