Category: Xbox 360

Mortal Kombat’s Scorpion will become a playable character in Injustice: Gods Among Us on Tuseday, June 11. This version of Scorpion will be similar to 2011’s Mortal Kombat from the same studio(NetherRealm Studios), but will play differently due to the different combat engine and gameplay mechanics of Injustice. Scorpion will cost $5 to download. Scorpion…

State of Decay launched on Xbox 360 Arcade & for Windows, this downloadable single player game is available at a sum of 1600 Microsoft Points. Yes this is another zombie based title that’s swirling around the video game market, after journeying into the open World with cautious optimism I have come to absolutely adore what…

Lionhead has announced that they’ll be releasing an updated version of the original Fable game(as well as The Lost Chapters) on the Xbox 360. Fable Anniversary will feature brand new graphics, achievements, improvements to the user interface, loading times, controls and save system, Xbox SmartGlass integration, and leaderboards for a variety of things, including chicken…

After seeing both Microsoft and Sony’s conference for their next generation systems, it’s easy to say they both approached them very differently. On one hand, the ‘Xbox One’ wanted to be the living room hub, with all its apps, TV, and smooth interface. The PS4 however wanted to be a gamers heaven, with games like…

As this console generation winds down to its inevitable ending, it’s becoming more and more clear that to make an impact on the third-person shooting genre, you have to do something special. Whether it’s a nice gameplay hook, addictive multiplayer, or just splendid visuals, if you manage to accomplish one special element, you’ll at least…

With the announcement of Microsoft and Sony’s next gen consoles, gamers worldwide have swarmed the internet with lively debates; digging up the shallow grave of the Playstation vs Xbox dispute. I have always been a defender of the Playstation but never to the point of attacking Microsoft’s choices for their Xbox. Until now. I’m sure…

The Call of Juarez franchise has been one of the oddest franchises this console generation. It all began with the simple, yet appealing original that put you in the boots of Reverend Ray and Billy Candle. Nothing was particularly revolutionary about the game but it got the job done and provided a good eight hours…