Are you an Xbox Live Gold member with a
taste for Japanese shooters? If so, congratulations – you're a target
for Microsoft's latest Deal of the Week promotion featuring
significantly reduced prices on Radiant Silvergun, Hard Corps:
Uprising and other eastern favorites...
Sept 5, 2007
10) Fable 2
It's what we've always wanted out of life - grow a 'stache, embark on epic adventures, bag yourself a lady friend and er... raze entire villages to the ground. After Pete Molyneux shocked the gaming world by revealing a pet dog, he described the potential of a next gen, living, breathing Albion. We bought the dream,
Having trouble keeping track of the info-burst coming from Microsoft's spring media summit? You can find it all here in a condensed, confusion-free lump.
The legendary developer behind GoldenEye, Viva Piñata, and Donkey Kong Country rings in its 25th Anniversary with pure sterility...
The long-rumoured third episode in Rare's Banjo-Kazooie series has indeed made the jump to Xbox 360, with Microsoft announcing the as-yet-untitled game at its X06
Amid rumours circulating the net, Microsoft UK has confirmed that the Xbox 360 edition of Banjo-Kazooie is "still on target" for 2008, and will be out later this year."As announced at E3 last year, the next installment in the popular Banjo franchise is still on target for 2008," a Microsoft spokesperson tells us."We share the excitement of Banjo fans worldwide as anticipation 'builds' for the game's release later this year."The confirmation
UK developer Rare has revealed the first story details of its upcoming Xbox 360 only adventure, Banjo Kazooie. The only problem is, the cheeky monkeys have buried it amongst a load of hoax plotline untruths and we've no idea which one be the real deal!
Friday 29 September 2006
Fresh off Microsoft's X06 trailer reel, here's the first glimpse of how Banjo and Kazooie are brushing up for next-gen - and, as Viva Pinata had suggested, the answer is very nicely indeed. Tap the movies tab above to see them strut their stuff.
While there's no gameplay shown, it's obvious - unless Rare's poking fun at its own reputation - that it'll be a collectathon in fine B-K style, and that you'll need to once again combine the two's unique talents to overcome
Were used to hating bad indie games. What we werent ready for was a game thats bad to the point of being badass. On the surface, Charles Barkley, Shut Up and Jam: Gaiden looks like the usual worthless fan-made Super Nintendo Final Fantasy garbage. But its self-deprecating humor, 16-bit cheesiness, and ridiculous premise gives this title that so-awful-it's-awesome quality usually reserved for things like Mystery Science Theater flicks or the All your Base Are Belong to Us song.
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In a post-cyberpocalyptic world, one b-baller will quest to recover his memories and save the world. If people back this crazy sequel on Kickstarter, that is...