There's not a whole lot about Kinect that intrigues me, but Powerup Heroes certainly does. While other motion controlled fighters have opted for realism, Heroes turns your avatar into a superpowered hero out to rescue the world from a series of alien invaders. Each boss you defeat imbues you with their power and, theoretically, the end game could be a lot of fun.
Fittingly, the game has gotten a comic book spin-off. Oddly enough it reminds me of the comics that used to come with kids' Skechers. The art style and the writing are fairly simple, but it seems like it could be fun. We've got some sample pages from the comic and a handful of screens in the gallery along with the new trailer. Like I said, media flash flood.
|5:00 PM on 10.31.2011|
Review: PowerUp Heroes
Like many, I have had my share of superhero fantasies. It seems like a lot of effort to try and save the world, however, and I have been more than happy to enjoy the fantasy through my gaming experiences. Ubisoft's Power...more
|3:19 PM on 05.21.2013|
Here's what the Xbox One dashboard looks like
Microsoft has put out some images of its user interface for the Xbox One, and it's exactly what you would expect given where the Xbox 360's dashboards updates ultimately went and the company's design for Windows 8. I don't lo...more
|2:35 PM on 05.21.2013|
You don't say: Battlefield 4 also coming to Xbox One
Joining other announced titles like Call of Duty: Ghosts, Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Thief, Watch Dogs, and Fora Motorsport 5, Electronic Arts has confirmed that Battlefield 4 will be available on Xbox One. The game wil...more
|1:16 PM on 05.21.2013|
Gallery: Here's a closer look at the Xbox One
Want a better look at the Xbox One? Here's some photos I had to really fight for to get. It was a dogpile to get these! This machine is beautiful, as is the controller. The system itself is glossy as hell, with sharp corners ...more