Pizza Hut App Comes To Xbox Live
0 CommentsPosted by H.R. Ennis on April 23, 2013 under Articles & News
Pizza Hut and Microsoft team up to bring you food while you pause your game. The marketing team over at Pizza Hut HQ must either be really savvy, or have it's fair share gamers - I go for the latter, because only a gamer knows that endless gaming can build up an appetite - some more frequently than other, but nonetheless, on April 23rd, Pizza Hut and Microsoft announces plans to release an ... more.
Minecraft Gets Xbox Live Release Date
0 CommentsPosted by Endre on March 22, 2012 under Articles & News, General, News
Insanely popular indie hit Minecraft will finally be coming to Xbox live on May 9th after missing the original mid-March release date. Microsoft's Major Nelson announced the release date, along with a few others, on his blog. Minecraft was officially released for PC last November after what seemed like forever in playable beta. Now fans of the building/platformer can look forward to getting i... more.
Dragon’s Lair Coming To Xbox Live with Kinect
0 CommentsPosted by Endre on March 21, 2012 under Articles & News, General, News
The timeless adventure/platformer Dragon's Lair will be made available on Xbox live in the near future. The PlayXBLA website announced that the game, originally released in 1983 on Laserdisc, will be coming to the Xbox Live arcade and will be compatible with Kinect controls. Dragon's Lair has already been ported to mobile versions on the iPhone and Android markets, causing a resurgence in pop... more.
Capcom Dates/Prices ‘Capcom Digital Collection.’
0 CommentsPosted by Kevin Craig on January 23, 2012 under News
In an announcement made today on their community site capcom-unity.com, Capcom officially announced the release date and price point for their upcoming collection of games. The 'Capcom Digital Collection' will be released on March 27th in the United States and March 30th in Europe at a price point of $39.99. Capcom has essentially taken some of their best selling digital download games that had ... more.
State Police Still Looking For Video Game Thieves
0 CommentsPosted by H.R. Ennis on August 23, 2011 under News
SYLVAN BEACH, ONEIDA COUNTY - The State police are still looking for two suspects that stole 26 games for PSP and Xbox from the Deli Mart on Main Street back in June. A man and woman were seen walking towards the back of the Deli Mart with a small shopping cart, and then walked out of the store. A sales associate later noticed the cart full of video games, and began re-stocking them on the ... more.
Hulu Plus Free Week on Xbox LIVE
0 CommentsPosted by Mike on April 28, 2011 under Articles & News, News
Via the Major Nelson Xbox Blog, Hulu Plus is coming to Xbox Live starting tomorrow and will be free for all Xbox Live member (free or gold). Hulu Plus will remain free for one full week from April 29 - May 6th thanks to Jack Link’s Beef Jerky who is sponsoring this free week. No Hulu Plus subscription or Xbox LIVE Gold membership required for an entire week, but it will only be available t... more.
Kinect Support for Netflix
2 CommentsPosted by Mike on April 14, 2011 under Articles & News, News
Xbox Netflix fans rejoice, today via the Major Nelson blog, Microsoft announced an update for Netflix that will add Kinect support. Netflix fans can now navigate controller-free throughout all the Netflix menus. Users can use the sound of their voice or the wave of their hand to control their Netflix content. Kinect support for Netflix on Xbox LIVE will also feature an exclusive new recomm... more.
A Theory of Many Consoles and One Network
3 CommentsPosted by H.R. Ennis on March 25, 2011 under Original Content
Most people have heard of the Butterfly effect. "A small change at one place in a complex system can have large effects elsewhere." This concept, although just a theory makes perfect sense in the gaming industry; an industry that's dependent not only upon successful releases, but creativity, and the reactions of publishers, developers, and consumers. Everyone is watching everyone else, a... more.
Microsoft Wants You to Unleash Your Avatar!
0 CommentsPosted by Chris Meichtry on March 3, 2011 under Articles & News, News
Xbox Live's Larry Hryb has let us all know that you can now "Unleash Your Avatar" onto the world by spending an obscene amount of cash to have your Xbox Live avatar replicated as either a Fathead, FigurePrint, or Zune Original. I can't imagine wanting to spend $80-$150 for a poster of your avatar or why you would want to bother with an etched Zune, but I have to admit that the statuette would... more.
FREAK OUT! DANCE CENTRAL New Songs
0 CommentsPosted by Mike on February 14, 2011 under Articles & News, News
Today Harmonix announce that new songs would be available for download for the widely popular Kinect dance game, Dance Central. These new dance songs will be available on XBox Live on Feb 15th. Available on Xbox 360 (Feb. 15): Chic – “Le Freak” Missy Elliott – “We Run This” Rick James – “Super Freak” Amerie – “Heard ‘Em All” Price: 240 Microsoft P... more.
Play Breach for Free
0 CommentsPosted by Mike on under Articles & News, News
Atomic Games, the developers behind the FPS shooter Breach, today announced a new update to the game that not only adds new features and fixes bugs, but also gives players who do not own the game yet, a change to play the full version for free on XBLA. On Xbox Live only, not the PC version, Breach will be free to play for 60 mins. Breach now offers a full 60 minutes of playing time for free, ... more.
Bulletstorm and Crysis 2 Demos on Xbox Live
0 CommentsPosted by Tyler Parris on January 25, 2011 under Articles & News, News
Aside from the fact 2011 will be a great year for gaming(again), it is offering many shooters that fans have been waiting for years. Think about it, Duke Nukem will finally be released along with Killzone 3, Gears of War 3 and countless others. Other shooters on the list are Bulletstorm and Crysis 2. Today on Xbox Live Marketplace, we are given our first taste of these two titles as demos. ... more.
Xbox Live Arcade House Party Event
0 CommentsPosted by Gabriel Lopez on January 6, 2011 under Articles & News, News
In the wake of CES 2011, Microsoft has announced their latest "event" on Xbox Live Arcade, Xbox Live Arcade House Party. House Party will include five Arcade games being released weekly the same as thei Summer of Arcade and Game Feast events. The five games announced include Hard Corps: Uprising, Torchlight,Full House Poker, Beyond Good & Evil HD, and Bejeweled Blitz Live. Starting Februar... more.
Dead Space 2 Demo due on December 21st
1 CommentsPosted by Teh on December 9, 2010 under Articles & News, News
On December 21st, Electronic Arts will be revealing their Dead Space 2 demo. It will be accessible from either the Xbox Live Marketplace, or from the Playstation Network. Hopefully this will take care of our Dead Space needs until the release on January 25th. Personally, I’m looking forward to a jaw dropping survival horror, haven’t seen one of those since the first Dead Space.... more.