Developer(s): Ubisoft Montreal, Ubisoft Shanghai
Platform: XBLA, PSN, PC
Price: $14.99 (1200 Microsoft Points)
Blood Dragon is a stand-alone, downloadable expansion to the critically acclaimed “Far Cry 3″. You don’t have to own Far Cry 3, or even have any prior knowledge of the Far Cry series. Blood Dragon is a self-contained, retro futuristic sibling to the franchise, & it’s full of insanity. Is it worth the $15 price tag though? Hit the jump & I’ll gladly inform you of what I thought about this love letter to 80′s action films. Continue reading
The weapons of BattleBlock theater are useful for more than just killing. In this video I demonstrate how they work. I’ve also got a link to the BattlePedia where you can learn all about their uses and get a checklist to go by when you try for the weapons master achievement.
Something I didn’t immediately realize, is you can select a new weapon for your character mid game. To do this simply head to the pause menu and the option is there. This makes some of the trickier levels a little less tricky. Additionally don’t be afraid to give your heads away in exchange for weapons when trading online. Once you have all of the weapons you’ll continue to collect yarn balls but they become useless for you while remaining valuable to players in need of weapons. This way you can just trade them back for heads later in the game. Here’s the link to the BattlePedia
If you’re a Windows 8 or RT owner you can grab some games and earn some achievements for FREE!!! until next Monday. The games are Monster Island, Gravity Guy and iStunt 2. It doesn’t matter if they’re good or what they’re about. The price is right so you can’t go wrong. Check them out before time runs out.
This one seems a bit tricky to unlock. I went to the arena in single player and started a muckle match so I could keep track of what moves I had tried. Seems like a much easier way to make sure you’re doing them all. I did complete these a few times and it took a little bit to unlock. I’m not sure what I was doing wrong but eventually it popped.
Here’s a quick run down of how to get the Skeet Shoot achievement in BioShock. I tried relentlessly doing this with the Bronco Vigor only to find out online that it’s considered floating and not actually falling. However, with the Undertow Vigor and a shotgun you can quickly pick it up. Enjoy!
Bioshock Skeet Shoot – YouTube.
Starting in April Xbox Live Rewards will have a new program for Arcade lovers like myself. Say hello to My Punchcard. With the punch card you can earn Exclusive bonuses for buying and playing XBLA games. The rewards site will track your stats, playtime purchases to calculate your punches. If you earn enough you get more rewards. For example, you get a punch for every 800 msp game you buy. If you buy 4 you get 800 msp back. You don’t have to purchase anything for one of them but just play 20 hours of Arcade games in April. Check out the Rewards site for full details.
4J Studios tweeted today that they are hard at work on TU9. With that comes a sneak peek at it’s content. The update is confirmed to included spawn eggs.
So what else is going to be in Title Update 9? So far The End will be included and it’s not exactly the same as the Java version of the game. Vines will be climbable and the EnderDragon will have sound according to their answer to another user. Keep checking back and we’ll post the full feature list of TU9 when it’s available. It will not be released this month but they are hard at work. Can’t wait!