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Just in time for the relevant spooky music and scary looking creatures comes this week’s Xbox LIVE Deal of the Week. Seriously, we’re talking haunting music and dead people walking around.
Are your cars still in the drive?
Users with an Xbox LIVE Gold account can pick up Might & Magic Clash of Heroes for absolutely nothing. Well, it’ll cost them storage space on their Xbox 360′s hard drive or memory stick, but you can’t have it all.
Sure, card games may not that be the “it” genre that makes users pony up $60 year after year, but they are a respectable genre of console gaming nonetheless. From now until September 15th, Xbox LIVE Gold users can pick up the latest installment in the Magic: The Gathering franchise completely free.
Nagging. It’s that one thing that at gamers, no matter what creed color or gender, can’t stand. Though we may identify, that won’t stop us from nagging you just this once since there are games involved.
Small developers looking to create their own titles for the Xbox One will finally have a level playing field to so when Microsoft launches ID@Xbox, it’s new program designed to empower independent developers with the tools necessary to create in-depth titles.
By now you’ve already heard the news, after battling it out an untold amount of people on the internet. FEZ developer Phil Fish has decided to cancel the game’s previously announced follow up, Fez 2, and leave game development entirely. Instead of rehashing that same old song and dance, Polygon has published a piece that takes a look at how most game developers have handled finding fame.