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Microsoft cancels Inside Xbox in U.S. and now Europe
7 years ago

Microsoft cancels Inside Xbox in U.S. and now Europe

Last week Microsoft announced that it would be discontinuing production of Inside Xbox in the U.S. and as a result this content would also no longer be available in Canada, …
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Inside Xbox gives us a look at Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
7 years ago

Inside Xbox gives us a look at Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

The latest edition of Inside Xbox gives us a sneak peak at Valve’s addictive and uber-competitive shooter, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The video (which can be viewed above) shows off …
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New Trials Evolution footage and interview
8 years ago

New Trials Evolution footage and interview

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The Inside Xbox team – spearheaded by Dan Maher – has snagged an interview with RedLynx PR and marketing man Jason Bates. In it, Bates speaks about forthcoming follow-up to hit XBLA title Trials HD, Trials Evolution. Specifically, he doles out information on the new editor, track sharing features and, crucially, what hasn’t been tinkered with.

“We are using the same basic gameplay physics; the exact same controls you’re used too. Everything that was perfect in Trials HD we’re not touching, we’re not messing with that part.”

Reassuring news for fans of Trials HD’s amplified physics and pitch-perfect controls. Better still, alongside returning leaderboard integration Evolution is set to support four-player multiplayer, so no more pass-the-controller type affairs.
Nail gun anyone? More footage from House Party titles and Happy Action Theater
8 years ago

Nail gun anyone? More footage from House Party titles and Happy Action Theater

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Yet more information on the games primed for release in this year’s XBLA House Party event has escaped from CES 2012, as well as additional footage of upcoming Kinect party-game Happy Action Theater. Reporting from the consumer tech tradeshow, Xbox Live’s Major Nelson takes a brisk trip around the Microsoft booth, interviewing developers from the five upcoming XBLA titles and exhibiting new footage of their games. It’s well worth a watch.

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