Lazy Raiders – Review

Lazy Raiders recently hit Xbox Live bringing a pretty unique twist to a game filled with platforming action and puzzles. In Lazy Raiders you can either play as Dr. Diggabone or as your very own Avatar. The premise of the story is that Dr. Diggabone is on a quest to retrieve 16 Lost Relics that…

Diner Dash – Review

Diner Dash is one of the latest classics to hit Xbox Live Arcade and it is one of those titles that is still fun today. For those unfamiliar with Diner Dash you are the host of your own restaurant and you have to make sure your customers are happy so that they will come back.…

Shadow Complex – Review

Shadow Complex was the last title released as a part of Microsoft’s second annual “Summer of Arcade.” There is the old saying about saving the best for last and Microsoft sure did that this year. Shadow Complex is an amazing title on its own merit, especially for an arcade title. Chair Entertainment and Epic Games…

Bionic Commando Rearmed – Review

Most gamers who grew up with the Nintendo Entertainment System are familiar with the classic title Bionic Commando. After approximately twenty years Capcom has decided to update this title and put it on Microsoft’s burgeoning Live Arcade service. As soon as you start playing this game you will immediately feel at home as Capcom has…

Braid – Review

A couple of weeks ago, Microsoft unveiled their “Summer of Arcade” lineup for the month of August with some high profile titles that people have been waiting to play. One of the titles in that list, Braid, was released last week. Braid is one of those titles where you don’t really know what to expect…

Geometry Wars Retro Evolved 2 – Review

When the Xbox 360 launched back in 2005, Geometry Wars was the breakout hit of Microsoft’s Xbox Live Arcade. Priced at just 400 Microsoft points there were a lot of people who got addicted to it in addition to the title launching the twin stick shooter genre into the spotlight. Well, almost three years later,…

1942: Joint Strike – Review

1942: Joint Strike is a pretty faithful recreation of the arcade classic, although it is not a port. You can either choose to go through the campaign by yourself or hook up with a friend to try and fly through the campaign. The game runs seamlessly with no frame rate issues at all for both…