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I am Bread review: To Bread or Not to Bread
3 years ago

I am Bread review: To Bread or Not to Bread

Bossa Studios’ I Am Bread is a sandbox simulator in which the player controls a lone piece of bread with one mission: become toast. The story of I Am Bread revolves around …
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Update: Big list of features and fixes coming to Minecraft Today!
7 years ago

Update: Big list of features and fixes coming to Minecraft Today!

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Update: The patch will be downloadable Today, June 15th, 2012.

At 2 million units sold, Minecraft is a hit amongst gamers and it’s still continuing to improve over time. With the promise of patches and updates, we’ve got first word of a list of fixes and features coming soon from Play XBLA. To name a few including autosaves, gamertag display in split-screen, and enabling/disabling settings with hints and tooltips. Read the jump to catch the rest of the list and we’ll let you know when this will be available to you crafters alike.
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Minecraft developer commentary shows split-screen crafting

With the recent news of a March release sometime for Minecraft on XBLA, we just got hold of a new developer commentary of the game from IGN. If you’ve …
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Mojang is crazy about Minecraft on XBLA in this new trailer


As today marked the official release of Minecraft for PC, a brand new trailer premiered today for its upcoming trip to XBLA. In the trailer, we see Notch and the rest of Mojang coding away when the XBLA version arrives at their offices. After they excitedly run to the couch, the entire office ride through mines, kill animals for food and watch out for creepers. The game so far looks exactly like what we’ve come to love about Minecraft right down to the great blocky graphics and menu scheme. Keep an eye and a pickaxe ready for this one when it hits in 2012. Catch some new screenshots after the break!
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Ubisoft announces Babel Rising for XBLA with Kinect support
8 years ago

Ubisoft announces Babel Rising for XBLA with Kinect support


Ubisoft has let us play a god before with From Dust but they’re looking for something more biblical and controller-free with Babel Rising. Based on the iOS game, you play as a god preventing towers being built by followers. The game is being developed by Mando Productions and will utilize the Kinect sensor, using motion based controls to simulate the same effects of the iOS game. It’ll be fun to see how you destroy towers with your hands and make crazy motions for catapulting. Catch some screenshots after the break and look out for this title in 2012.
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