No one expected Arcade Fire to go particularly bare bones in concert, and it looks like the band is living… Read More
For years, developer Dean Dorill poured his heart and soul into the indie action/platforming game Dust: An Elysian Tail, finally releasing in 2012 with a release on Xbox Live Arcade and Steam. Aside from the soundtrack, Dodrill handled every aspect of Dust's development. Two years later, it appears that the effort has paid off.
The Behemoth's humorous platformer BattleBlock Theater will soon shed its Xbox Live Arcade exclusivity with a release on Steam. A final date hasn't been given yet, but a closed beta is tentatively planned for March 24 - 31, 2014, toShow More Summary
Microsoft is reportedly looking to port Xbox Live to Android and iOS, bringing its many functions to the mobile games that run on Google’s and Apple’s mobile operating systems. A recent Microsoft job posting notes ” We will create a modern framework that is open source, light-weight, extensible and scalable across various platforms including Windows... Read More
Zen Studios has already released the Plants vs. Zombies pinball table for Pinball FX2 on the PS3, PS4, Vita, Xbox Live Arcade, and Wii U, but it's coming to the PC on March 6th. It'll drop on Steam and the Mac App store for $2.99, the latter of which supports Zen Pinball 2. I actually enjoyed this table on the PS4, so it's definitely worth picking up if you're playing on PC.
Xbox Live Gold subscribers can download Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution and Xbox Live Arcade title Dungeon Defenders for free this month. The latest two titles for Microsoft's Games with Gold service were announced over the weekend. Show More Summary
International Games System's time-manipulating, gravity-shifting physics puzzler Constant C is getting a worldwide release via Xbox Live Arcade on March 12, Japanese publisher 5pb revealed this week. Constant C stars a rescue robot stranded aboard a...
Pac-Man Museum, released today on Steam, PlayStation Network, and Xbox Live Arcade, caught my eye this morning. It was my first time hearing about the game and the $19.99 price stood out. What could a compilation like this possibly include to warrant charging so much? Pac-Man Battle Royale -- that's what. Show More Summary
For a few weeks in 2012, Trials Evolution was a record-holder. Launched in April that year to roaring success, the last entry in RedLynx's racing series sold quicker than any Xbox Live Arcade title in history. Until the following month, that is, when the console version of Minecraft arrived. Show More Summary
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Arcade Fire, Givers, Dum Dum Girls Song: My Deer - I Wish [download here] What's so good? This past Thursday night at The Stache in downtown Fort Lauderdale, My Deer performed one hell of a show — they played a flawless set for 45 minutes. Show More Summary
While not as outwardly theatrical as U2 or Lady Gaga, Arcade Fire know how to stage an unforgettable live experience. On last night’s Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, the Canadian indie-rockers showed Bono and Mother Monster how it’sShow More Summary
Long-revered shoot-em-up Ikaruga is available now on Windows PC for the first time, after Treasure brought it to Steam this week. The newly tweaked PC version is based on the 2008 Xbox Live Arcade port, so Xbox 360 controller support and screen...
CastleStorm came out for Xbox Live Arcade, PC, and PlayStation Network last year and we overall liked the game. Well now it's coming out for iOS and Google Play devices as CastleStorm - Free to Siege. The mobile version, as you may have guessed by the new name, will be free to play. Show More Summary
Or my bedroom. Or the den. Or the dining room. Wherever, this huge cabinet can fit. It doesn't matter. Read more...
Days after Braid hit Xbox Live Arcade in 2008, we posted a story titled "Why should we care about Braid?" We liked the game and felt the need to explain: It was a simple platformer made by a handful of people, it was pretty and it had solid controls....
After taking out the trash on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network a while back, the Lee brothers have returned to clean house on Steam. Midnight City has yesterday launched Double Dragon: Neon for PC via Steam, for $9.99. Players will fight through everything from neon streets to space stations on a mission to rescue the kidnapped Marian from the vile Skullmageddon.
However small the crowd was, the attendees were rewarded. Pearl Jam and Arcade Fire were set as co-headliners and closed the show by singing Neil Young’s “Rockin’ in the Free World.” This has become a Pearl Jam live staple, but with Win Butler and Eddie Vedder swapping lines, it was a sure crowd pleaser.
The recordings include an interview with Win and Will Butler and three live songs.
A large storefront window in a Belgian designer’s work/live space invites passersby to pause and play an arcade game with a fun interactive installation....
Majesco's indie label, Midnight City, has announced that Blood of the Werewolf is heading to Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network Q2 2014. The Metroidvania-style game was released on Steam last year, and the console release willShow More Summary