Microsoft confirmed today that its new Xbox One console won’t support backwards compatibility for Xbox 360 or original Xbox titles. Digital titles purchased through Xbox Live Arcade will also be... Keep reading ?
Microsoft's minty-fresh Xbox One will be unable to play Xbox 360 discs, nor will your multitude of Xbox Live Arcade purchases transfer to the new machine, our friends at Engadget have learned. The incompatibility is due to the fact that the Xbox One runs on x86 processor architecture, whereas the Xbox 360 ran on PowerPC. Show More Summary
It's true: the Xbox One will not play your Xbox 360 game discs, nor will your Xbox Live Arcade games transfer (not to mention any other content that's dependent on the 360's hardware architecture, anyhow). That Gamerscore you've been...Show More Summary
The Xbox 360 accrued an arguably bad reputation in terms of indie games publishing over the past few years. Many vocal observers - players, mostly - saw Xbox Live Arcade as a closed, unsupportive platform that asked developers for thousands...Show More Summary
Storming castles is the name of the game, quite literally, in upcoming Xbox Live Arcade game, CastleStorm. Players will be able to bring down the house (er, castle?) on May 29 for 800 MSP.
On his blog, Xbox Live’s Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb unveiled some awesome sales on a bevy of arcade titles and DLC that will go live over the next two weeks, including discounts on the Alan Wake franchise — up to 83% off from May 21 to May 27 — as well as Dark Souls and... Read More
Building forts is cool and smashing them is perhaps even better, so CastleStorm is certainly interesting in concept. It'll be storming Xbox Live Arcade next Wednesday, developer Zen Studios--of Pinball FX2 fame--announced today, for you to build and defend the fort of your dreams while destroying other people's. Show More Summary
Cthulhu Saves the World developer Zeboyd Games announced that its series finale Penny Arcade's On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 4 will launch on Friday, June 7 for Windows and the Xbox Live Indie Games service. To mark the occasion, Zeboyd and Penny Arcade are giving away free Steam codes for Rain-Slick 3. Show More Summary
Call of Juarez: Gunslinger will be available on Xbox Live Arcade, Playstation Network and PC in two days. Until we can make a few gameplay videos of the game, here is the launch trailer.
When Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara releases next month on PSN, Xbox LIVE, Wii U eShop, and PC, expect a whole lot more content than you’d get with your typical arcade titles. Not only does Chronicles contain two full games...Show More Summary
GameStop expects Undead Labs' zombie-packed Xbox Live Arcade survival horror game State of Decay to launch on June 5, according to a product listing obtained by IGN. The retailer lists State of Decay at 1,600 Microsoft points ($20),Show More Summary
Indie sandbox success Terraria is finally available to download from the EU PlayStation Store today, following its March release in the US, and it's release on Xbox Live Arcade. Terraria's Minecraft-esque creation systems and Metroid-style adventuring proved to be a big success, earning it a ravenous 9/10 in Eurogamer's Terraria review. Show More Summary
Xbox 360 players have been dealing with Microsoft’s Points system when purchasing Xbox Live Arcade games, downloadable content and anything else the Xbox Live Marketplace has to offer for sale for year. The result of this has caused many Xbox [...] Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
The co-op heist game Payday 2 won't be a digital-only release like its predecessor. Instead, 505 Games plans to release the game through retail stores on both Xbox 360 and PS3.
Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine was finally released on PC and Xbox Live Arcade in the past few weeks and creator Andy Schatz held a Reddit Ask Me Anything session where he answered questions about the game's long development. Schatz revealed that a pair of competitive multiplayer modes dubbed "Thief vs. Show More Summary
The cooperative heist game that has been making waves and causing the underpants of reviewers to become soaked from excitement, has finally launched for Microsoft's Xbox Live Arcade today. You can grab the game for the digital price of 1200 MSP.
At long last, the wait is nearly over. No really. I'm serious this time. Monaco is finally coming to Xbox Live Arcade this Friday, May 10. Despite releasing two weeks ago for PC, a last-minute issue delayed the release of the Xbox 360 version. Show More Summary
Monaco will break out of its Xbox Live Arcade certification holding cell this Friday, May 10. The game, which was supposed to sneak onto XBLA April 24, was delayed due to a bug, which would cause disconnects during online play. The PC...Show More Summary
Snoop Dogg put his name on a rhythm/fighting game? Yeah...
All ya'll hustlaz, Snoop Dogg Corggi Lion is about to show you the Way. His game, Way of the Dogg, is available now on Xbox Live Arcade, priced at 800 Microsoft points. It's coming to the PlayStation Network soon. The game takes Kung...Show More Summary