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Just about every retro gamer can all say with pride “I played Lode Runner”. First found on the Apple II, Lode Runner has come a long way since 1983. Tozai and Southend Interactive have resurrected this classic, and packaged it for the Xbox Live Arcade.

All in all, not much has changed, and that’s not a bad thing. Read more… »


We all waited for Capcom to finally announce the release of Marvel vs. Capcom 2 for XBLA and the PSN.  Now that the wait is over, they have unveiled what the new MvsC2 is going to offer, and Sony’s official Playstation blog had a surprise up it’s sleeve.   PS3 owners in North America will be able to download the demo on April 30th, with UK owners given access shortly after.

That’s right, this Thursday you can finally curb that 2D fighting appetite.

Hit the jump for all the information.


Rockstar is giving Max Payne fans, and those that missed out, another shot at playing the gritty slow-motion third-person shooter by releasing both Max Payne titles on Xbox Live.  Each game is priced at 1200 Microsoft points ($15.00).

Hit the jump and tell us what you think. Read more… »

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Achievement rules change
By: | April 27th, 2009

xbox360controllerUnlocking achievements is a fun reminder of progress for some, or a cursing addiction worse than death itself for others. Either way, Microsoft has now made it just a little bit worse. The gamerscore rules have changed.


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Gamer Limit Review: Exit 2
By: | April 24th, 2009


Have you ever wanted to be a fireman, but didn’t have the physical fortitude? What about trying out for the Police Squad, only to find out you didn’t have the dexterity required? I have a dream job for you; become an “Escape Expert”. You see, you don’t have to be a weight-lifter or a sprinter to do be an escapologist (it just sounds fun, doesn’t it?). Exit 2 puts you in the shoes of Mr. ESC, and charges you with various “situations” that require the rescuing of incompetent civilians.

Should you consider signing up for this high-risk career on the Xbox Live Arcade? Read on to find out.



The downloadable 24-person battlefield experience from DICE is going to be shipping out for duty in June, although no specific date has been announced. Battlefield 1943 is set to use the same engine from Bad Company, and take you back to the earlier days of war.



An HD update to the 1983 classic platformer Lode Runner will be arriving onto the XBLA service this week for the hefty price of 1200 points ($15.00).  Among the updated visuals the game will receive Live Co-Op treatment for all of the numerous levels, plus competitive multiplayer and the ability to create your own levels.



It sounds like Sonic’s Ultimate Genesis Collection was not enough for Sega, because achievements have been found for three of their greatest titles that most folks may have forgotten. The folks over at MyGamerCard are to be thanked for the discovery of these achievements.


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Banjo-Tooie finally priced.
By: | April 16th, 2009


The N64 classic being released on XBox Live Arcade at the end of the month has finally received an official price. Even though the price seems a tad steep, I’m sure it’ll be worth it.



The bear with a bird in his backpack is going to be crashing into the Xbox Live Arcade later this month. A lot of people are excited about this due to the fact that the mysterious Stop and Swap feature that was touted for the Nintendo 64 is going to be fully implemented between both Banjo titles that have released on the Xbox Live Arcade.


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Outrun Online Arcade, the visually overhauled version of the classic Sega arcade game, will be hitting the Xbox Live Arcade service this week at 800 Microsoft points ($10.00). Read more… »


As if we didn’t know it was already coming, Konami officially announced today what could potentially be the end of the world. Zombie Apocalypse is coming “sometime soon”. The downloadable title is being developed by Nihilistic. It is a multi-direction shooter in which players use both analog sticks to control movement and aiming. Yes, it’s a game…not the end of the world.