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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Taken a month ago, just as it was turning Autumn. These leaves (seen along the canal) were covered in black spots. Some kind of disease? Advertisements
After a huge string of disc only releases, Cave finally brings one of their back catalogue of shmups to the Xbox Live Arcade. Which also means worldwide region-free release, happily. Its a strange beast though. It is pretty unlike any … Continue reading
Okay, so I’ve been downloading a lot of Xbox Live shooters this evening. One reason might be so I can use more of my arcade stick without resorting to purchasing a Japanese/Asian Xbox 360. Please note that the following are … Continue reading
Radiangames did a clever thing adding their name to all their Xbox Live Indie Games. It makes them stand out from the crowd, its good marketing in a crowded and, most often, ignored marketplace. The naming convention reminds me of … Continue reading
Hiding behind a Japanese title on the Xbox Indie Games Marketplace, Crescendo Symphony, as its called on the title screen, is a nicely styled bullet hell shooter from Japan. Unfortunately for me, its horizontally scrolling and I don’t get along … Continue reading