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XBLA Wednesday plus this week’s sales – October 24
6 years ago

XBLA Wednesday plus this week’s sales – October 24

Only one XBLA release this Wednesday. Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus, the 2D fighter from Arc System Works, is available from today for 1200 MSP. Players can choose …
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Deal of the Week: Kinect Special
7 years ago

Deal of the Week: Kinect Special

This week’s Deal of the Week comes with a Kinect flavour. From 15-May to 21-May, you can chop, dance, balance or strike a pose till your hearts content with …
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Deal of the Week plus a Konami super sale
7 years ago

Deal of the Week plus a Konami super sale

Deal of the Week is back! Ok, so it didn’t actually go anywhere but XBLA games have been curiously missing from the past few, so you’ll be pleased to …
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Weeknd Rant: Why I don’t want another Xbox
7 years ago

Weeknd Rant: Why I don’t want another Xbox

Microsoft’s first foray into the video game business was a risky and expensive maneuver. Despite having Halo as a stellar launch title and hardware capable of feats its competition couldn’t possibly produce, the original Xbox failed to maintain the flash and evolution of its distant brother: the Xbox 360–which is nearly celebrating its 7th anniversary on the market.

Console generations generally don’t exceed the pre-determined life expectancy predicted by its creators, but sometimes an unexpected boom of success prompts the decision makers to reconsider. Last November, Microsoft sold 1.7 million Xbox 360 consoles in the U.S., defeating Nintendo’s Wii and 3DS consoles by a large margin. Profit incites investors, potentially explaining why Microsoft has yet to formally announce a successor to its commercial darling. The last thing Microsoft wants to do is create competition for its own product.

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Leedmees and Hole in the Wall 50% off today
7 years ago

Leedmees and Hole in the Wall 50% off today

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Another winter day, another daily deal for your XBLA loving hands to catch today. This time, you’ll be using your whole body with these Kinect XBLA titles. Leedmees and …
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Leedmees review (XBLA)
8 years ago

Leedmees review (XBLA)

Leedmees was developed and published by Konami. It was released on September 7, 2011 and retails for 800 MSP. A copy of the game was provided for review purposes.

Leedmees is the third game in a string of Xbox Live Arcade releases to utilize the Kinect sensor and given the lack of quality Kinect titles warranting a full release, this looks to be a good move by Microsoft. Developed by Konami, Leedmees is a puzzle game in which you take on the role of a giant who must help tiny creatures called Leedmees on to safety by using your body to form a bridge and avoiding deadly obstacles such as spikes, ghosts and beach balls.

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What we are playing: Week of September 18
8 years ago

What we are playing: Week of September 18

What we are playing is a weekly column that appears each weekend. Various staff members let the world know what games had them hooked the past week and which ones …
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XBLA Wednesday: September 7 overload
8 years ago

XBLA Wednesday: September 7 overload

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We’re up to our eyeballs in XBLA releases this week, so listen up! On the new release side we’ve got Crimson Alliance, BloodRayne: Betrayal, SkyDrift, and if you’re a …
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Leedmees to puzzle XBLA Kinect fans on September 7
8 years ago

Leedmees to puzzle XBLA Kinect fans on September 7

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It looks as though Microsoft will make good on their plans to release an XBLA Kinect game roughly every month in 2011. Hot on the heels of an August …
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Konami combines forces
8 years ago

Konami combines forces

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Today at E3 Konami had a bunch of things up there sleeve for the XBLA market. They announced their first title for the Kinect, Leedmees and the …
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