The weekly XBLA sale is the place I like to go to pick up a co-op bargain once in a while. However, it sometimes feels like the same games appear over and over again, seriously what is the problem? There is no problem, as long as it’s the Serious Sam games getting reduced. The man's back catalogue is all reduced by 50% until May 13th. Check out read more for the Serious Sam offers and the rest of the XBLA content incoming.
We must be reaching the end of the current console generation. Why do I say this? Because downloadable games are being offered cheaper than ever before in the hopes that we fill our hard drives with content that will most likely not be transferable. Microsoft reduced a load of games last week, but Serious Sam 3: BFE also got in on the action receiving a permanent reduction to 800 Microsoft Points.
Serious Sam returns to consoles via XBLA to offer a no holds barred romp through history. Along the way, you will "stack" your way to victory by literally stacking guns on top of one another. Does Serious Sam live up to his namesake in this outing, or is it seriously lacking? Read on to find the truth.
The Serious One is back in Serious Sam Double D XXL. The side-scrolling shooter will be coming to the Xbox LIVE Marketplace later this month. This gun-stacking, monster-blasting, run-and-gun, 2D adventure may look familiar, and it should. It's like last year's Serious Sam Double D on PC, only this time it's on the XBLA, there's co-op, three new letters in the title, and a whole lot more.
Imagine a game that is like the fantastic Super Contra, but seen through the eyes of an animal tripping on LSD. This is about halfway to the realisation that is Serious Sam: Double D XXL. This XBLA exclusive 2 player local co-op title (it was out on PC without co-op) is coming to burn your earballs on February 20th. Don't believe me that the game looks insane? Better check out the new trailer for yourself.
Xbox Live's "Deals of the Week" can be hit or miss. Next week is a big hit for fans of old school first person shooters. The Serious Sam franchise isn't fancy, but it gets the job done. This is a meat and potatoes shooter for those of us who enjoy our meat bloody and our potatoes mashed. Wait, that doesn't sound right...
Base humor has been part of gaming ever since Larry first put on his Leisure Suit. In many ways Serious Sam Double D XXL is just trying to keep on this venerable tradition in the form of a local 2 player co-operative shooter. However, rather than dated and tasteless attempts at sleeping with the opposite sex, Double D is populated with giant gorillas, dinosaurs and guns, guns, guns.
Serious Sam 3: BFE publisher, Devolver Digital, is drawing a line in the sand. They're sick of lackluster military shooters. Medal of Honor: Warfighter recently launched to less than stellar reviews, and doing so has earned Devolver's ire. They take offense to the overused tropes of the military shooter genre. "Peeking out from behind a wall" is not something manly men do. Real men circle strafe the crap out of their enemies, like god intended.
Serious Sam 3: BFE has a solid release date for the Xbox Live Arcade. It will be hitting the digital storefront on October 17th. As we reported earlier this week, the game will be sold in two parts. Sam is just too damn big for the XBLA file size limit. The single player and cooperative campaign will make up one digital package, the multiplayer modes and new "Jewel of the Nile" DLC will make up the second. Each will cost 1200 MSP ($15).
Serious Sam 3: BFE will be coming to the XBLA later this month. The old-school first person shooter was a blast on PC and supported four player local co-op and 16 player online co-op. The XBLA version will still feature plenty of co-op, but not on the same scale. According to the game's listing on the XBL Marketplace it will feature two player local co-op and four player online co-op. Not bad.
Serious Sam 3's massive 16 player co-op campaign has just gotten bigger thanks to the Jewel of the Nile DLC. The $9.99 priced pack of content features three "huge" single player / co-op missions, new bosses, new weapons, and of course...more Sam.
Serious Sam 3: BFE doesn't have a specific release date , isn't on the Xbox Live Marketplace (yet), and doesn't have a definitive co-op player count. It does have an Achievement list, so that's something, right? There are specific chievos for co-op play. We're still trying to nail down exactly how many player will be able to partake in the old school gib-fest. Below you'll find a guide to imaginary numbers.
Amazon has a serious deal for Serious Sam fans with the Serious Sam Serious bundle. Seriously.
To prep for this article I read more about Linux than I ever have before (or at all). I've come to the conclusion that Linux is not Windows and not a Mac. Apparently it involves penguins, and Linux users will be getting their very own port of Serious Sam 3: BFE later this year. Huzzah!?
Serious Sam 3: BFE is getting some new missions via DLC. The new content is titled "Jewel of the Nile," and it will be available this October on the PC. The missions are set during the BFE storyline, and follow the Serious One as he attempts to procure a "powerful artifact" which will aid humanity in their struggle against the alien onslaught.
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