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Review: Clock 24-7

The Xbox Live Community Games channel empowers budding game developers to create their own blockbuster titles in the hopes of attracting attention and one day becoming the next Shigeru Miyamoto. At least in theory. In practice, it's a place...

 
 
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Destructoid review: The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai

It has been over a year since gamers were given the opportunity to check out the XNA Community Games demo and I think it's safe to say that one game clearly outshined all of the competition. The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai was far and away the...

 
 
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The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai out on XBLA this week

It's been so long since the trial for The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai was released that I can hardly remember any of the specific things that made the game so much fun to play. But, I do recall the feeling of pure exhilaration it caused me to ...

 
 
 
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Destructoid review: Audiball

Before I brewed my cup of coffee this morning, I listened to the sounds of my two cats playing with their toys, my girlfriend grumbling about having to go to work, and rain drops. My cats’ paws thumped on the floor sporadically; howev...

 
 
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XNA game provides orgasmic massage pleasure

Although Destructoid's Community Games challenge is for developers to tell us what we should review, a few titles on the service tempt me to "go rogue" and review them anyway. One of them is Rumble Massage, which Wilbo told me abo...

 
 
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Destructoid review: Weapon of Choice

Weapon of Choice has been held aloft for a while now as an example of what Community Games can be with some development know-how and a lot of effort. It is one of the most professional looking games to have come from the XNA program, and ...

 
 
 
 
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Destructoid review: Hexothermic

There's something inherently satisfying about watching a chain reaction. From the ancient simplicity of Dominos to modern day videogame classics like Peggle, setting something in motion and watching the results is incredibly pleasant, despi...

 
 
 
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Developer criticizes 360 Community Games price structure

Microsoft has come under fire before, especially from indie developers like Jonathan Blow, for the amount of restrictions and inflexibility one finds when making games for the Xbox 360. Joining the ranks of the frustrated is Weapon of Choic...

 
 
 
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Preview: CarnyVale: Showtime

 Last year, the winner of the Dream-Build-Play competition was The Dishwasher: Last Samurai, game that has gone on to become a fully formed Xbox LIVE title, soon to be released. This year’s winner, CarnyVale: Showtime, is a whole...

 
 
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Xbox LIVE Community Games event coverage

The new Xbox 360 Dashboard update is right around the corner, and it isn't just wacky Avatars and March of the Penguins streaming off of Netflix over at the land of Microsoft. No, no, no! Microsoft wants you to remember just what the Xbox 3...

 
 
 
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This tech demo for The Unfinished Swan is mighty impressive

It's not very often that I can get fired up over a maze game, but The Unfinished Swan is unlike anything I've seen before. The indie game is currently being developed in XNA, in case you were wondering. Since this is one of those "se...

 
 
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XNA Game Studio 3.0 hitting later this month

It's been a long time coming, but Microsoft will be releasing the XNA Game Studio 3.0 development tool on October 30. The tool will be made available to the US, Canada, UK, France, Italy, and Spain and hits almost three weeks ahead of the N...

 
 
 
 
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Destructoid interview: Colosseum developer Shortfuse Games

Many gamers got a surprise first-glimpse of Shortfuse Games' upcoming XNA-developed title, Colosseum, during Microsoft's E3 2008 press conference. The inclusion of the multiplayer arena-fighter was a surprise to the developers as well. ...

 
 
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Five XNA games (and developers) to watch for

While Microsoft’s small-developer XNA tools have been available for awhile, it was only recently that the software giant revealed plans to allow creators to get paid for their efforts. Called Xbox LIVE Community Games, this new allows...

 
 
 
 
 




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JcDent

Amazing thread about how everything you know about Sparta at war is wrong

 
Greenhornet214

Just started Uncharted Im a couple hours into Enjoying IT so But downloading 14GB of updates was Then like 5 minutes of load time to even start the game was

 
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I’m actually really excited for I love the concept and I love how nice looking they It’s like PlayStation Allstars but better than the thing it’s shamelessly

 
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Im hearing people say Nintendo Labo is expensive? In the UK the Variety Kit 1 is the same price our Highstreet video game shop sells most games Also unlike most other games no Season pass that we know of Im going to say its not

 
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KingofPangea

Been wanting a full party to finally square off with Anjanath before the beta ends, but the people I hoped to rely on wont bother with my Can anyone out there be of assistance, please?

 
Roager

Ive noticed some animated music videos around qtoid In case this hasnt been posted,

 
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Think Geek (I mean GameStop) is launching the Totaku figurines for They are basically like an amiibo without the They will be priced at Link in

 
 

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