Trials Evolution seems like the Xbox 360’s answer to LittleBigPlanet. The game’s level editor lets players make not just stages but entirely new games as well, from platformers to shooters.
The sequel to one of the best Xbox 360 exclusives takes the mayhem to the max. Trials Evolution adds outdoor tracks, local and online multiplayer, and most importantly a track editor.
This unusual, artful game from Double Fine puts you in the role of Charlie Blackmore, one of those Russian nesting dolls, who has to use his stacking abilities to bring his family back together.
It’s too soon to tell if 5th Cell’s upcoming futuristic third-person shooter for XBLA will be any good, but any game from the same guys who created Scribblenauts is at least worth a look.
Costume Quest takes the tradition of dressing up for Halloween and kicks it up a notch, with players able to transform into more powerful versions of their costumes. Rainbow unicorn costume FTW!
The popular tower defense game Plants vs. Zombies comes to Xbox 360 this September, with 7 game modes, 21 mini-games, 2 player co-op and versus modes. Plus, you can play as the undead.
Scott Pilgrim’s adventures has reached its final chapter, but you can still team up with him and his friends to beat Ramona’s 7 evil exes. Coming out Aug. 10, 2010 on the PSN, and later on XBLA.
Lara Croft’s latest adventure might be one of the better downloadable games of the year. Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light comes out on XBLA on Aug 18, 2010; PC and PSN versions follow in Sept.
Based on Spike’s popular TV show, this downloadable game features 8 real-life warriors, each with unique styles and weapons. Coming on XBLA this July 14 for $10; PSN release TBA.
All the world’s a stage and you’re forced to be a player in BattleBlock Theater; aka “Game 3”, it’s The Behemoth’s third Xbox Live Arcade game after Alien Hominid and Castle Crashers.
Already a best seller in Japan, Decimation X is now available on XBLA; essentially space invaders on steroids, the 2D shooter offers custom soundtracks and 2-4 player co-op modes.
If you think Darwinia+’s graphics are dated, you’re missing the pixelated point: the much-loved uber-game arrives soon on XBLA, includes Multiwinia and boasts a new user interface.
This two-part Back in the Game trailer (1, 2) brings our favorite video game characters to painful, pitiful life: Matt Hazard: Blood Bath & Beyond promises to put them out of their misery.
Coming to XBLA in 2010, Toy Soldiers is a WWI-themed tower defense game that lets you directly control your defenses; despite the toy premise, the trailer is eerily realistic.
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