Category Archive: XBLA

Xbox Live Arcade Reviews

Foul Play review for XBLA, PC

With a unique presentation and an interesting concept for a beat ’em up, Foul Play starts out strong but ends up burning out after a short while.

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Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse review for PSN, XBLA

One of the top reasons why I bought a Sega Genesis gets the full remake treatment with this fantastic release!

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Flashback HD review for XBLA

This is one memory I wish I never revisited.

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Mars: War Logs review for PSN, XBLA, PC

Mars: War Logs is proof that there is a video game equivalent of so bad it’s good.

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Charlie Murder review for XBLA

Looking to book a band for your future end of the world party? Then allow me to introduce Charlie Murder, they know a thing or two about playing gigs for the apocalypse.

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Thunder Wolves review for PSN, XBLA

A straightforward arcade-style shooter that is almost as fun as it is frustrating.

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DuckTales Remastered review for XBLA, PSN, PC, Wii U

I’ll forego a witty rendition of the DuckTales theme song here if you promise to just buy the game on whatever platform you have.

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Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons review for XBLA

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons kicks off the Summer of Arcade this year, and instantly becomes one of the best titles released during the entirety of the promotion.

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Cloudberry Kingdom review for PSN, XBLA, Wii U

Cloudberry Kingdom is just a good, old-fashioned platformer. With explosions. And an insane degree of difficulty.

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Capsized review for XBLA

While it doesn’t take the action/exploration genre to new heights, it does offer a nice challenge and good fun despite some small shortcomings.

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Magic 2014 – Duels of the Planeswalkers review for XBLA, PSN

A number of great additions to the well-received series, but Magic 2014 still seems like just another teaser to get you into the paper game.

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R.I.P.D. review for PC, XBLA, PSN

As a result, R.I.P.D. the game is a sort of horrifying exponent of planned adequacy that cuts so many corners and does so many fundamental things wrong I’m frankly surprised it runs on my PC.

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Pool Nation review for PSN, XBLA

Pool Nation is first time in my life I’ve ever played pool in any form and not totally embarrassed myself.

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Storm review for XBLA, PSN, PC

Storm isn’t a game that is going to knock your socks off, but what it does do is provide a nice puzzle game for fans who like their brand of puzzles a little more laid back and thought-oriented.

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The Walking Dead: 400 Days DLC review for XBLA, PSN, PC

Telltale Games attempts to bridge gap between Season One and Two of their Walking Dead series with this DLC featuring five short stories with all new characters.

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The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing review for PC, XBLA

Ravage the Undead as a famous Monster Hunter in The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing.

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Fireburst review for XBLA, PSN

There are fantastic racing games out there, unfortunately Fireburst isn’t one of them.

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