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by John Bardinelli 0
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Xbox One release set for February

Co-Op Twin Stick Shooter Circuit Breakers Teases New Screens

Circuit Breakers is a classic twin stick shooter that belongs in an upright cabinet with a ring of snot-nosed kids yelling at the screen. (That's a compliment.) Since we no longer live in the age of big hair, we get to experience the same arcade awesomeness at home. Where it's quiet. And joysticks aren't covered in unidentified sticky substances.

by Jason Love 0
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You can't make an eOmelette without breaking a few circuits

Arcade Shooter Circuit Breakers Coming to Xbox One

The six player (local) co-op shooter Circuit Breakers will be making its way from the PC to the Xbox One next year. Initially released on Steam last year, this frantic twin-stick shooter lets players choose from one of four characters before proceeding to blast their way through as many bots as they can. Circuit Breakers is cu...

by Jason Love 0
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Get them now while supplies last

32 Songs Will be Removed from The Beatles: Rock Band Store

Licensing agreements are a tricky thing. Releasing licensed songs via some medium typically entails setting term limits for how long those songs can be sold. This is an issue that Harmonix first came across three years ago with content for their games, and it's still an issue today. On May 5, 2016, 32 songs from The Beatles: Rock Band will be removed from the store and will not be available for purchase again.

by John Bardinelli 0
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Someone hit the wrong button.

X-Men Arcade Game Vanishes from PSN, Stays on XBLA

Like one of Gob's little tricks ("They're illusions, Michael."), X-Men Arcade has been pulled from PlayStation Network without notice. The wacky thing is that it's still up on Xbox Live Arcade. Licensing issues? Excess of tachyon particles building up at Sony HQ? No official word has been released, so we're free to speculate and assume the worst!

by Nick Puleo 2
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Civilization V: Brave New World Co-Op Review

Civilization should be a staple of any PC gamer's diet. And with recent flavors of the game on console and mobile platforms, perhaps the franchise created by renowned designer Sid Meier should be on every gamer's menu. Civilization V is the latest game in the franchise and previously has received one expansion pack which added core gameplay...

by Paul Acevedo 2
Review
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Get up and get silly with Kinect

Kinect Party Co-Op Review

Last year's Happy Action Theater wasn't exactly a traditional game, but that's one reason why it succeeded with the Kinec's non-traditional controls. Less than a year after the first installment, Double Fine returns with the more understandably titled Kinect Party. We can safely assume that just about every Kinect owner grabbed it for free oover the holidays, so the question becomes: does Kinect Party provide a better co-op experience and improve on its predecessor's handful of shortcomings?

by Paul Acevedo 0
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More Kinect Party Pricing Details Revealed

As we reported last week, Double Fine's Kinect Party (the follow-up to Happy Action Theater) will debut on Xbox Live Arcade this Tuesday. From that day until December 31 it will be free for anyone to own. But how much will it cost to buy if you don't grab it within that time period? After the game switches to a paid model, it will actually be sold in a fairly interesting way. Read on for the details.

by Paul Acevedo 11
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Things are going to get silly.

Kinect Party, Sequel to Happy Action Theater Free From December 18-31!

Happy Action Theater, Double Fine's collection of Kinect minigames and visualizers for XBLA, is probably the most beloved Kinect XBLA title besides Fruit Ninja Kinect. It really shows off what the Kinect can do and doesn't allow clumsy menus or motion controls to get in the way of the fun. As such, we've been anxiously awaiting the sequel: Kinect Party. Many gamers (particularly parents) would probably have paid 800 MS Points for the second game, but it turns out they won't have to. From December 18-31, Kinect Party will be completely free. Party time!

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