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Hype-Train Vanguard Arrives at its destination!Bloodborne Release Date!February 6th, 2015My body is ready!
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Tag Archives: Xbox Live
So, in this episode my friends and I make our way through Blood Harvest’s campaign in hopes of reaching safety without getting our arms ripped off. That should be easy….right? Find out for yourselves! Advertisements
Here is my latest and greatest project, a let’s play series starring my friends and I playing Left 4 Dead on Xbox 360! I’ll hopefully be creating an episodes for all of the campaigns, so stay tuned!
Fable III, Defense Grid, Assassin’s Creed 2, Crackdown, and Dead Rising 2. What do all of these games have in common? Well, they’re all part of Microsoft’s “Free Games with Gold” campaign, which was recently implemented this past June and … Continue reading
As far as I’m concerned there aren’t a whole lot of differences between the Xbox One and the PS4 since Microsoft flipped its policies on DRM and online connectivity, but there are a few deal breakers for myself personally and … Continue reading
Released in July of 2010 on the Xbox Live Arcade, Limbo (developed by Playdead) is a 2D sidescroller with intense puzzle elements and horror themes. Since its release it has been highly praised as one of the best indie games … Continue reading
Recently we witnessed something amazing within the domain of the video game industry. Our opinion made a difference. We the consumers (the fuel of big companies like Microsoft) were able to force Microsoft into reversing their policies regarding DRM and … Continue reading