A veritable flood of achievement info flows from the spring of X360A.org. Their waterfalls and rushing streams of knowledge have nearly eclipsed the speculation-fueling ebb and flow of the international ratings boards, our friends the ESRB and the USK.
Our trusty tipster JDUDE11 has been holding out on us. Seems SPFIITHDR isn't the only unreleased game with its very own Xbox.com page. In fact, there are at least five others. If your appetite for XBLA teasers (and delays) has yet to be satisfied, feast your eyes on these.
Of course, I should have realized that there were easier ways to find these pages than trying to type in every game title as an URL. All I needed was to go here and scroll. Stupid me.
Over at Destructoid, they have mined the depths of GameTrailers and returned with a mighty gameplay montage of Tron for XBLA. Mighty could be too strong a word. Perhaps I should say "okay" or maybe just stare in silence.
Okay, I'll be blunt. This video did not impress AaronLinde over there, and it does not impress me over here. All I want from Tron (just like Aaron) is some killer 16 player online light cycle races. Seriously, just take the light cycle mode out of Tron 2.0, make sure it's up to 16 players, and slap it up on XBLA. Instant-buy.
Disney Interactive announced this morning some official news about the two Tron titles that first showed up on the ESRB website, Tron and Discs of Tron. The games are being developed by Backbone Charlottetown (in the same "family" as Digital Eclipse) and will be release this summer exclusively on XBLA. While it's somewhat disappointing that they aren't releasesing the two games as a package like Atari did with Centipede and Millipede, but at least these games should be 400 points each.
Anyone here going to be picking up either/both of these?
I guess a better question would be is anyone who's younger than the movie (i.e. younger than 25) have any interest in these titles?
Click read more to see the entire press release.