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Friday, March 31

SkyKeepers Review

    The game of Sword Twin Studios brings us a genre quite forgotten among the big companies, as it´s the Metroidvania, that is to say, platforms of action where the exploration of the mapped ones takes all the protagonism. Of course, we are not before as agile and stylized as the two sagas that give name to this genre, but the shots go closer to Guacamelee!.

    Thursday, March 30

    Four Sided Fantasy Review

      The independent company Ludo Land brings us their first game, Four Sided Fantasy. At first sight, this title, is another typical platform trying to excel. However, there is much more to see in this game, and for that reason here we bring you the complete review.

      Tuesday, March 28

      Punch Club Review

      Punch Club is a mixture of game strategy and management with a life simulator. The premise of the game is revenge, in a manner similar to that of Shenmue.

      Our protagonist is the son of a fighter, who at one point dies under the bad arts of the evil bad guy on duty. Our father already warned us in life, that we would be a better fighter than him, and so he left our training to a good friend of his.

      The game begins in our house, with our character receiving a call from that friend. He comments that we must find a job, but above all that as our father left him in charge, he will do everything possible to help us in the different facets of our life as a fighter.

      Monday, March 27

      Anoxemia Review

        Anoxemia is a disturbing adventure, that unfolds in the depths of the ocean, where we will witness the paranoia that will little by little deteriorate the confidence of the protagonist of this interesting title, Doctor Bailey, who tells in few scenes his adventure in addition to adding important lines to the plot as we go.

        Dr. Bailey is selected among the crew of a huge ship to be sent in a mini submarine to the obscure depths of the ocean, to fulfill an important mission that consists in collecting a specific number of specials marine plants in order to investigate them. Due to a malfunction, much of the submarine is destroyed leaving Dr. Bailey alone with a marine drone, ATMA. Without communication, the doctor will have to carry on with his mission, being guided to his destination by the drone ATMA. Little by little you will have strange presentiments of knowing the areas that you travel, you will suffer from sick hallucinations and you will begin to ask questions that will grow your paranoia and only want to fulfill its mission to return to the surface.

        Saturday, March 25

        88 Heroes Review

          Year 1988, the evil alien Dr H8 wants eight octillions of dollars to the human government, and if they do not give it to him in 88 minutes, it will detonate eight rockets towards earth. It's a dangerous mission ... it's a shame that all the heroes are busy, so they send (by bus) a delegation of 88 useless, abstract, quirky and kamikaze heroes to save the day. This is the argument, and how you can appreciate there is no specific protagonist, in fact the alien is antagonist and protagonist at the same time, always present on screen surrounded by his minions.

          Kona Review

            In Kona, we will put ourselves in the shoes of a private detective hired to do a job that is not too relevant, but we will discover, that there is much more hidden than we will be able to see in the beginning. Accompanied at all times by an omniscient narrator who will explain what is happening and will put us in context from the first moment, helping us to delve into history, much more than staying in what we are seeing.

            Thursday, March 23

            First Look: Yooka-Laylee

            Yooka-Laylee, developed by Playtonic, is an all-new open-world platformer where you will explore huge, beautiful worlds, meet (and beat) an unforgettable cast of characters and horde a vault-load of shiny collectibles as buddy-duo Yooka (the green one) and Laylee (the wisecracking bat with the big nose) embark on an epic adventure to thwart corporate creep Capital B and his devious scheme to absorb all the world’s books… and convert them into pure profit!

            Using their arsenal of special moves, our heroes will tackle a huge variety of puzzles and platforming challenges in their search for Pagies, the golden bounty used to unlock — and expand — stunning new worlds, each jammed to the gills with oddball characters, hulking bosses, minecart challenges, arcade games, quiz shows, multiplayer games… and much more!

            - INTRODUCING OUR NEW BUDDY DUO: Yooka and Laylee boast an awesome arsenal of abilities built for platforming fun and unlocked with added freedom from the serpent salesman Trowzer.

            - CARVE YOUR OWN PATH: Purchase and unlock moves with freedom, choose to expand your favourite worlds into even larger, more complex playgrounds and equip unique Tonic gameplay modifiers to customise your play style. Every player will have a unique experience.

            - A COLLECT-EM-UP FOR THE MODERN ERA: Seek out a roster of shiny collectibles with gameplay progression at their core (as well as other, more valuable materials), such as the dual action Butterfly Energy or tricky Ghost Writers!

            - A CAST TO LAST: Meet (or beat) a huge cast of memorable characters brought to life by the art and audio teams behind legendary platform games, and destined to endure in future adventures as part of Playtonic Universe. Expect all manner of grunts, squeaks and squawks.

            - A DREAM SOUNDTRACK: David Wise and Grant Kirkhope combine for a melodic masterpiece! Seriously, clean out your ears – they’re in for a treat.

            - BUDDY UP: Establish your own buddy-duo and adventure through Yooka-Laylee in co-op mode! Taking control of a unique co-op character, a second player can assist Yooka and Laylee by stunning enemies and helping them tackle tricky challenges. No piggyback required.

            - AND A WHOLE LOT MORE: Discover unique boss fights, mine cart challenges, retro-tastic Arcade games, quiz shows and more than 8 unique multiplayer games!

            Yooka-Laylee releases on the Xbox Store on April 11th
            For more information on Yooka-Layle, check out the official website: http://www.playtonicgames.com/games/yooka-laylee/

            Death Squared Review

               Death Square proposes us, an original puzzle game for the whole family or friends. We can play story mode alone by managing several colored robots or playing it in the company of another person, you know that they say that two heads think more than one, because in this game is fundamental in some levels to be able to cooperate to be able to move forward with more ease.

              The Inner World Review

                The story of this adventure unfolds in the magical and mysterious land of Asposia, a huge and spherical underworld in which its inhabitants rely on three sources of wind to survive. All is well until two of them are extinguished and only remains controlled by Abbot Conroy, who lives in the same monastery as Robert, our character; A young and absent-minded apprentice who lives a quiet life as a court musician. Robert will find himself in the midst of the maelstrom along with the help of Laura, a mysterious thief, and will begin this adventure without any clue to try to discover the secret of the extinction of the wind.

                Wednesday, March 22

                Worlds of Magic: Planar Conquest Review

                Tuesday, March 21

                NeuroVoider Review

                Are you ready for retro gaming? NeuroVoider is a kind of RPG shooter with two sticks with isometric view, generation of random levels and with an undeniable retro dye. The proposal is original, at least. However, Flying Oak Games, the developers of the game, seems to have been inspired by the popular Gauntlet, but in NeuroVoider replace enemy nests by cores and dungeons by laboratories, and technological environments. Heroes and enemies will not be medieval warriors or wizards, but robots armed with two potentially harmful weapons.

                Sunday, March 19

                2Dark Review

                 In 2Dark we will play as the Detective Smith, the veteran member of the police of Gloomywood. He has a dark and dramatic past that haunts and drags to him to a self-destructive vortex by which finishes losing the position. This will not prevent Mr. Smith from resuming a sinister case of disappearance of little kids, after which he will have to enter, to the suburbs of the city, where the worst of his fellow citizens awaits him. There you will be involved in situations that touch the macabre, the visceral (literally) and other perversions.

                Saturday, March 18

                Trulon: The Shadow Engine Review

                Today I put myself in control of Trulon: The Shadow Engine for Xbox One. A game that covers one of those empty holes in the console of Microsoft and that, are their lights and shadows, which help the game to be very accomplished. But first, i will try put you in situation in regards to the history of this good game.

                Friday, March 17

                Xbox Releases of the Day Include KONA, NeuroVoider & More!

                We have a very mysterious Friday, with action, platforms and other elements in two dimensions. Four new releases arrives in most regions of Xbox One today, but other games, like the case of FlatOut 4 remain in Europe or Australia without knowing when we will see this game in America. Check out the rest of the article for more details!

                Thursday, March 16

                Street Fighter IV and More Added to the Backward Compatible List

                Good job Xbox team! Today another four games arrive to Xbox One, among them, one of the saga Street Fighter, that unfortunately, it is not the Games with Gold that they gave us several years ago. 
                STREET FIGHTER IV ($ 19.99 USD), Luxor 2 ($ 9.99 USD), Poker Smash ($ 9.99 USD) and Madballs Babo: Invasion ($ 9.99 USD) add to the backward compatibility.

                Most retro-compatible games in case of being digital, will appear in our library of games in My games and applications from the Xbox One, ready to install. Otherwise, we can only play the game disc, install (or download more), and be ready to play.
                Backward compatibility also allows us to continue our progress (both game saves and achievements and our level in multiplayer), continue to play with our Xbox 360 friends on Xbox Live, take advantage of new features such as Upload Studio or Screenshots. We can even take all our progress in the game.

                Microsoft Introduces "Game Chat Transcription" for Xbox One and Windows 10

                Yesterday, Microsoft presented on its blog a new and ambitious feature, called "Game Chat Transcription" for Xbox One and Windows 10. It is currently in a development phase but can already be used in Halo Wars 2. What is the function of this tool?

                New Games With Gold Now Available!

                Good news! The games with gold from march are already available for FREE on Xbox 360 and Xbox one! Simply search the game in the console or in the website, and when you log in, in your xbox, happy gaming!

                In this case, we have Evolve: Ultimate Edition for Xbox one until April 15 and Heavy Weapon for Xbox 360 until March 31. While Borderlands 2 and Project Cars,they say goodbye to the program, in the same time, Layers of Fear will remain free until March 31 for the Xbox Live Gold members

                Evolve: Ultimate Edition - 34,71 GB

                Evolve is a cooperative video game, developed by Turtle Rock Studios, and published by 2K Games, is a cooperative video game in which, four human players, make the impossible to hunt an alien/monster controlled by a fifth player. Both of them, can use unique abilities during to game for the only reason of survive. In the same time, the monster can kill others smaller creatures to Evolve and be stronger, making the objective more harder for the hunters.

                The ultimate Edition will give us the access to the two season passes of the game, which include new characters and/or monsters, and a good amount of extra content like skins for the hunters or weapons, in this way nobody would be left behind in contents.

                You can download the game via this link:
                Evolve: Ultimate Edition

                Happy hunting!

                Heavy Weapon - 32,62 MB

                Heavy Weapon is a old-school video game developed by PopCap Games, a frantic shoot 'em arcade with almost 19 missions with an insane campaign mode, survival mode and online and local cooperative of up to two players.

                You can download the game via this link:

                Wednesday, March 15

                First Look: Blue-Collar Astronaut

                Blue-Collar Astronaut, developed by Mutated Software, is the only game out there to finally bring together real Newtonian physics-based 2D space flight with the crushing reality of US-census-based working class life! Fly across the cosmos delivering pizza, pulling freight, and paying off your student loans! HOORAY! Explore gender pay gap inequality, student debt hell, and pizza robots all in the span of a few existential hours! But don’t fret. With lightning fast reloads, short varied levels, and a multitude of ways to play each level, you’ll soon put your circumstances aside and enjoy the ride… the SPACE-ride!

                - Experience 40+ diverse levels utilizing 3 distinct space ships
                - Challenge yourself with 6 ways to play each level
                - Feast upon the colorful hand-drawn art and an original soundtrack!
                - Numerous enhancements available with your pizza delivery and truckin' earnings!
                - Receive an authentic Space-Driving Degree and pay an authentic space-student loan!

                Be sure to check out our First Look Video embedded above!

                Blue-Collar Astronaut releases on the Xbox Store on March 17th

                For more information on Blue-Collar Astronaut, check out the official website: http://blue-collarastronaut.com

                First Look: NeuroVoider

                NeuroVoider, developed by Flying Oak Games, is a twin-stick shooter RPG set in a cyber futuristic world about brains shooting around evil robots with nuclear rocket launchers. Battle through the horde of vigilant robots, boost your character with the smoking remains of your victims, and defeat the master NeuroVoider to end this eternal war. Play it coop with up to 4 friends, or go alone in an adventure of hack'n'slash rampage, with a pinch of rogue-lite, and some permadeath.

                - Action packed top-down shooting. May include explosions.
                - Local multiplayer up to 4 players. Total coop rampage.
                - Procedurally generated content and hazards. Hope you don't mind a few game overs.
                - 8736 unique enemies to blow up. Yes, we counted.
                - Tons of loot to customize your character with. Explode your foes with that "double twin-plasma shotgun of father doom" they've just dropped.
                - Gigantic bosses to challenge your bullet dodging skills.
                - May contain explosions

                Be sure to check out our First Look Video embedded above!

                NeuroVoider releases on the Xbox Store on March 17th

                For more information on NeuroVoider, check out the official website: http://neurovoider.com/

                Monday, March 6

                First Look: Sublevel Zero Redux

                Sublevel Zero Redux, developed by SigTrap Games is a first-person roguelike six-degree-of-freedom shooter set in a universe where reality is falling apart. Take control of a lone gunship pilot whose mission is to loot and craft ancient technology. Descend into a vast underground facility, fighting through procedurally generated zero gravity environments to recover the technology you and your clan need to survive.

                Your gunship is free to fly and rotate in all directions. You can attack from any angle, and so can your enemies. Inspired by classics such as Descent and Forsaken, Sublevel Zero’s retro gravity-defying combat is driven by modern looting and crafting.

                No lives. No saves. Fight your way through a different procedurally generated environment every time. Make every shot, every decision count. A wide range of environments stand in your way, from industrial zones to mining caverns. Think on your feet and adapt to each one’s hazards before it’s too late.

                Collect a wide range of randomly-generated weapons, upgrades and game-changing items. Craft them together to equip your gunship for your play style. Unlock more items and blueprints as you play and keep those unlocks across playthroughs.

                Be sure to check out our First Look Video embedded above!

                Sublevel Zero Redux releases on the Xbox Store on March 8th for $19.99

                For more information on Sublevel Zero Redux, check out the official website: http://www.sigtrapgames.com/sublevelzero/

                Thursday, March 2

                First Look: Bloons TD 5

                Bloons TD5, developed by Ninja Kiwi, is a Tower Defense game where you build awesome towers, choose your favorite upgrades, hire cool new Special Agents, and pop every last invading Bloon in the best ever version of the most popular tower defense series in history.

                - Cool new towers – Heli Pilot, Bloonchipper, Engineer
                - Exclusive new Special Agent – Radadactyl
                - All new Monkey Lab – researches unique abilities and tower upgrades
                - Specialty Building Tier 4 Upgrades
                - Exclusive tracks
                - 21 powerful towers with Activated Abilities and 2 upgrade paths
                - 10 Special Agents
                - 40+ Tracks (plus their Reverse versions!)
                - 10 Special Missions
                - 250+ Random Missions
                - New Bloon enemies
                - 3 different game modes
                - Freeplay mode after mastering a track
                - 3 difficulty settings

                Be sure to check out our First Look Video embedded above!

                Bloons TD5 releases on the Xbox Store on March 3rd

                For more information on Bloons TD5, check out the official website: https://ninjakiwi.com/Games/Tower-Defense/Bloons-Tower-Defense-5.html

                First Look: Eekeemoo - Splinters of the Dark Shard

                Eekeemoo, developed by Cogg Games, is an action adventure game where you play as Eekeemoo trying to rescue his friends from the clutches of the evil Dark Shard! Your quest will take you deep into the Dark Shards four corrupted splinter worlds.

                You'll help Eekeemoo solve puzzles, complete tasks, battle monsters, the legions of the undead and hugely terrifying boss monsters!

                Take heart though! As you find and release each of Eekeemoo's friends (there are 4 unlockable characters with different powers) you will be able use their powers to solve next set of problems.

                Be sure to check out our First Look Video embedded above!

                Eekeemoo - Splinters of the Dark Shard releases on the Xbox Store on March 3rd for $4.99
                For more information on Eekeemoo - Splinters of the Dark Shard, check out the official website: http://www.itscogg.com/