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Microsoft No Longer Charging Developers For Xbox 360 Game Patches

Microsoft No Longer Charging Developers For Xbox 360 Game Patches Besides the hostility Microsoft has had for indie developers over the years, one of the major obstacles standing in the ways of indie developers developing for the Xbox 360 was the fact that Microsoft would charge a fee to patch games. Such a fee may not be a big deal for a company like EA, but when...
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Microsoft To Cease XNA Support, Leaving Indie Developers In The Dust

Microsoft To Cease XNA Support, Leaving Indie Developers In The Dust Bad news for indie game developers out there. Based on an email that came out of Microsoft last week the company will no longer be supporting the XNA Game Studio. According to the letter, XNA is not in “active development”. For those of you who don’t know, XNA is a series of tools that...
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Minecraft XBLA Getting A Halloween Skin Pack

Minecraft XBLA Getting A Halloween Skin Pack Once again, Halloween is just around the corner, and so it’s time for the Halloween-themed DLC packs to start making their appearances! Starting today you can purchase the Halloween Skin Pack for the Xbox 360 version of Minecraft. The deal is only for a limited time, as it’ll end on November...
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Star Wars: First Assault Listing Shows Up For Xbox Live Arcade

Star Wars: First Assault Listing Shows Up For Xbox Live Arcade A new game has appeared in a listing for Xbox Live Arcade title by the name of Star Wars: First Assault. This is a new LucasArts title that was first uncovered by Fusible earlier this year. Treasure seekers set out on the Xbox.com website and located the listing along with the game’s cover art. From what...
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State of Decay – A Fresh Take On Zombie Games

State of Decay – A Fresh Take On Zombie Games Zombies are everywhere. They’re in movies, games, books, TV shows, and comics. Literally they’re about everywhere you can think of. We’ve gotten some good zombie games like Dead Island, Resident Evil (the early years), and Dead Rising, and while each game takes the approach to zombies in their own...
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Terraria Making The Jump To Consoles Early Next Year

Terraria Making The Jump To Consoles Early Next Year Terraria has some similarities to Minecraft, and no one is shy about pointing them out. It’s a game where you dig holes, collect ore, build structures, and fight off monsters. One of the main differences, however, is that it’s a 2D platformer where Minecraft is a first-person 3D adventure. Still, like...
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Stranger’s Wrath Isn’t Cancelled, Devs Have ‘Given Up On Microsoft’

Stranger’s Wrath Isn’t Cancelled, Devs Have ‘Given Up On Microsoft’ Just Add Water, the developer behind the HD version of Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath has commented on the rumor of the game being cancelled. They’ve let us know that the game wasn’t put up on the shelf, but the developer has “given up on Microsoft” due to the company’s failure to push forward with...
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Ascend: New Gods Confirmed As A Free-To-Play Title [E3 2012]

Ascend: New Gods Confirmed As A Free-To-Play Title [E3 2012]   During Microsoft’s E3 press conference there was a game shown that slipped its trailer into the presentation. The trailer shown was one of three teasers that really didn’t have a great hold on the audience at the time. This certain teaser I’m speaking of is for Ascend: New Gods on the Xbox Live...
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