As Microsoft's Countdown to 2014 sale on Xbox Live continues on, the daily deals turn towards the competitive sports arena.
Telltale's The Walking Dead may have left us emotionally exhausted, but we've all been craving more of that world ever since the developer announced a second season was in the works. Though it'll be some time until that second wave of episodes comes along, that doesn't mean Telltale can't explore other stories in the universe by way of downloadable content. With The Walking Dead: 400 Days, Telltale has given us all another little taste of moral ambiguity in the face of a zombie apocalypse. Despite only having one episode to get its points across, 400 Days reminds us all just how masterful Telltale's storytellers are.
Disney’s current game development strategy seems to be exactly the same as their game development strategy of the NES/SNES days, which is to say they take one of their IPs and license it out to a more established game developer. In fact, they are giving their IPs to the exact same companies they did in the past. Ducktales went back to Capcom, while Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse went back to Sega. E3 2013 gave us a chance to try out the new Castle of Illusion remake at the Sega booth.
Hinges. I risked Maya's life for hinges to help build the medical tent at our safehouse. It should have been a routine outing. The few homes where it was suspected hinges might be found were just a block away. Maya had been out on tougher missions before, and this seemed like a walk in the park for the military-trained woman I'd met just a few days before. However, in a zombie apocalypse, there's no such thing as a walk in the park any more. Each step forward is the one that could kill you. This is the world of Undead Labs' State of Decay.
Get down with the dwarf in this new trailer for Chronicles of Mystara!
Ubisoft's Far Cry 3 was one of the best games of 2012, so when a pseudo-sequel was announced as a downloadable title, there was reason for excitement. Though the game has little to do with Far Cry 3 proper, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is just as enjoyable as its disc-based counterpart. With a tongue planted firmly in its cheek, Blood Dragon exudes machismo, action, and a sweet soundtrack that '80s fans will enjoy, and gamers will love.
The new Call of Juarez game is now on Xbox Live, and Ubisoft just released a brand new launch trailer.
The sequel to the free Xbox Live Arcade surprise hit Doritos Crash Course is coming out on Wednesday.