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Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet Media Released

Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet Media Released 

Fuelcell Games just released a bunch of screenshots and one final trailer for its gorgeous sidescrolling shooter Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, due to hit Xbox Live Arcade this summer.

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Review: Swarm

Review: Swarm 

A review for Hothead Games’ action platformer. A simple summary of the game is that you control creatures known as Swarmites and have to get them to the end of the level while trying to achieve a high score. Sounds pretty familiar, right? Well, the main difference is that you’re controlling 50 of these Swarmites all at once and you’ll find it near impossible to get through a level without a lot of them dying.

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Review: ilomilo

ilomilo is an adorable puzzle game for Windows Phone 7 and Xbox Live Arcade from Swedish developer SouthEnd Interactive, who seems to be capitalizationally challenged, but is there more to this game than just good looks?

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Review: Shank

With the outstanding Scott Pilgrim vs. The World out this week for XBLA, and Castle Crashers making its way over to PSN next week, it’s a fine time for great 2D beat ’em ups. But where does the long awaited, graphically slick and viscerally gory Shank fit into all this? Is it a clunker, or another fine addition to the recent beat ’em up resurgence?

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Review: Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game

Scott Pilgrim is dating Ramona Flowers – but before he can claim her as his true love, he must fight his way past Ramona’s 7 Evil Exes! Based on the cult hit comic book series and out just in time for the blockbuster movie adaptation, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game is a 2D sidescroller jam packed with retro gaming throwbacks, from River City Ransom to Mega Man. Is this retro homage gaming glory or a worthless tie in?

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