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The Insanely Addictive Party Game Knight Squad Is On Xbox One Today, Its Free On Games With Gold This Month!

Knight Squad, the frantic and (loosely) medieval-themed party game by Chainsawesome Games, is out today and ready to pep up your next social gathering with top-down arena madness. Up to eight buddies can battle it out locally or online in head-spinning action reminiscent of well-loved classics like Bomberman.

From wild team deathmatch to crazy full-contact soccer, Knight Squad’s nine different game modes provide the best mail-on-mail entertainment this season. Continue reading The Insanely Addictive Party Game Knight Squad Is On Xbox One Today, Its Free On Games With Gold This Month!

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Knight Squad Is Finally Breaking Free From Early Access

Chainsawesome Games has revealed that Knight Squad, medieval-themed party game for up to eight players, will go into full launch November 16 on PC and Xbox One. Enter the fray in free-for-all battles, crush your opponents in team-based matches, and take the fight online with nine different game modes, each as frantic as the last. Continue reading Knight Squad Is Finally Breaking Free From Early Access

Hit The Lights, Crank Up The Volume, And Take The Stage Today In Rock Band 4

Rock Band 4, the next generation of the award-winning social and interactive music gaming platform launches at retailers globally today, October 6, 2015 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Available products include Rock Band 4 video game, stand-alone software, Band-in-a-Box Bundle and Wireless Fender Stratocaster Guitar Bundle.

To coincide with the launch of the game, Harmonix has also released an all-new “Electric” trailer that captures the energy and intensity of playing music in Rock Band 4 with your family and friends. They’ve also revealed the first tracks that are available for download in the Rock Band Music Store.

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N Plus Plus, The Death Defying Action Platformer PS4 Review

n++ review

My love affair with the N Series began in 2008 with the release of N+, which was the second game in the series. However I have to be honest, N+ wasn’t even on my radar as being a game I needed or wanted to play. Based on what I’d seen at the time, it looked to be far too simple and I couldn’t see the value contained within it.

And then I downloaded the demo. By the time I’d beaten all of the levels within it, I knew I needed to buy it. With that being said, could N++ possibly live up the the high expectations that I approached it with?

Just in case you’re unfamiliar with N++, take a moment to familiarize yourself before continuing.

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