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#1 Posted by quaid78 (21 posts) -

Oh man. I maed a gam3..., Attack of the Zombie Horde, Zombie Square 2, and now THIS!

What do you think? I'd love to play this in co-op, the survival mode is just insane... When will those games support online multiplayer?

 

#2 Posted by quaid78 (21 posts) -

I got it now from GamersGate. Great little RPG, offering everything you need for a good grind! The music is fantastic and absolutely Diablo like.

As I see on IndieDB, they are even continuing updating the game and improve it further. Nice job.

Any more such great grinders on the indie market? And please, don't suggest Torchlight... ^^

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It's great that they gave XBLA and XBLIG an own page and made them more accessible. Internet Explorer is nice, too.

I don't know if they did a good job with these "Recommendation" tiles. "We recommed this game, because you tried out a trial of a completely different game many years ago" ....

#6 Posted by quaid78 (21 posts) -

Lollipop Chainsaw is quite gory. Well, and then there's the fatalities in Mortal Kombat. I'd say they are gory... ^^

#8 Posted by quaid78 (21 posts) -

+1 for Shadow Complex. Just Awesome. As well as a bunch of other XBLA titles (section "Arcade"). Be sure to check out XBLIG (section "Indie"), too! It has a bad reputation because it's covered in low-qualtiy stuff. But that doesn't mean you won't find good stuff there. Just sort on top rating and/or top downloads. Next to some (yeah, a little too much) well done Minecraft clones/spin-offs, there's plenty of nice RPGs and Platformers. You get most of the indie games for just a buck.

#9 Posted by quaid78 (21 posts) -

The updates are shared out randomly to keep the traffic low. A friend of mine received his update just yesterday, I got mine on day one.

#10 Posted by quaid78 (21 posts) -

I found Monday Night Combat was a brilliant online shooter. It's such a pity that they didn't manage to balance out the teams right, or make some kind of lobby. Other than that, I'm pretty sure Halo 4 will be a great experience.

If you don't wanna pay full prize, try Crysis 2, which is available on demand for just $20. It has a rather interesting approach to multiplayer shooting, where you can gain XP during battles and use them to improve on your custom-built class, and it's a great game on its own.

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