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XBL Sale Roundup: January 19th, 2016

This week's Deals with Gold brings us a handful of discounts on a seemingly random selection of titles on both consoles. Unfortunately, none of the 360 offerings are Backwards Compatible this week t

Posted 9 months ago by Chewie, 78 comments

XBL Sale Roundup: August 25th, 2015

This week's Deals with Gold brings us discounts on episodic adventure series Life Is Strange, as well as a selection of other offers, including the DLC for recent Games with Gold freebie Gears of Wa

Posted 1 year ago by Chewie, 66 comments

TA Top 5: Achievement Types That Ruin Good Lists

As we enjoy the Memorial Day weekend here in the States, there are some of us that will be dedicating a little bit of our extra free time to the pursuit of Gamerscore (so long as we’re not in a food

Posted 1 year ago by Michelle Balsan, 262 comments

TA Clips of the Week - Feb 22nd to Feb 28th

It's time for another TA Clips roundup, where we reveal which of your clips have received the most favourites over the course of the past seven days, along with a couple of honourable mentions that d

Posted 1 year ago by Dave Horobin, 36 comments

XBL Content Roundup: February 24th & 25th, 2015

Due to illness, Friday's content roundup wasn't published. As such, the content that was released on February 19th and 20th will be included in this roundup. XBLA Delistings I'm trying hard not to ma

Posted 1 year ago by Rebecca Smith, 24 comments

Winners: Roundabout

Our latest competition has come to a close, and it's now time to reveal the two winners who will each be receiving a download code for Roundabout, courtesy of the game's developers, No Goblin. Commen

Posted 1 year ago by Dave Horobin, 20 comments

TA Competition: Roundabout

Yesterday we published our review for Roundabout, the latest ID@Xbox title to hit the Xbox One store, and if you haven't already taken a look, our reviewer, MegsonGrove, found it a very fun and addic

Posted 1 year ago by Dave Horobin, 1519 comments

Roundabout Review

The ID@Xbox program is continuing to throw out some curveball games to the Xbox community, with recent releases The Escapists and Blue Estate both being well rated by our reviewers. The next offering

Posted 1 year ago by Megan Walton, 23 comments

Roundabout Dated for Xbox One

Indie developer No Goblin has announced that their...unique...title Roundabout will be coming to Xbox One this Friday. For more on the game, in which you must drive a constantly revolving limousine t

Posted 1 year ago by Chewie, 21 comments

Roundabout Trailer Revolves In

Whilst No Goblin's FMV-laden title Roundabout has made its way onto the Humble and Steam store-fronts this week, console owners will need to wait a little longer, with the ID@Xbox title not expected

Posted 2 years ago by Ellis Spice, 13 comments

Roundabout Screens Swerve Onto the Web

With all the games that ID@Xbox is showcasing, you could say that indie games are almost taking over E3. Another one of those games is Roundabout, which has an extremely odd concept. You play as a ch

Posted 2 years ago by Marc Hollinshead, 9 comments

Upcoming ID@Xbox Titles Shown Off at E3

Over at their E3 press conference, Microsoft devoted a whole section to some of the games set to be published via the ID@Xbox system. Take a look at this extended version of the trailer shown at E3 t

Posted 2 years ago by Ellis Spice, 17 comments

Microsoft Confirms 25 ID@Xbox Titles Part 1

San Francisco's Game Developers' Conference is in full swing right now. At the conference are 25 titles that will be appearing as a result of Microsoft's ID@Xbox program, where developers can self-pu

Posted 2 years ago by Rebecca Smith, 41 comments

More Developers Sign On for ID@Xbox

Back in December, Microsoft offered a first glance at some of the developers who had signed on for the ID@Xbox program. Putting out the call to all interested independent developers, the ID@Xbox prog

Posted 2 years ago by Marc Caccamise, 26 comments

Roundabout Coming to Xbox One

Microsoft has had a bit of a rocky history with indie developers. While there are those studios, such as a Twisted Pixel or a Zen Studios, who seem to be happy in their interactions with the publishe

Posted 2 years ago by Michelle Balsan, 50 comments