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  2. Xbox 360 might get banned in the us.
  3. Whenever I play a video game, I have a habit of muting the game's sound (but keep the sound effects at max) so I can play other music and act like it's actually in the game. I found that some Splatoon tracks go very well with the stages/towns in Sonic Unleashed, so I've decided to post them here. Stages that I haven't decided music for will have this emote: :diamondtiara: (If you think there is a Splatoon song that could replace one of these emotes, feel free to suggest it! Be sure to check if the song's already been used, though) Towns: Stages:
  4. PAYDAY 2 is out now on steam Payday is a first-person heist game by Overkill. what are your opinions of this? feel free to discuss the game
  5. Attention all Xbox gamers! If you have not heard the news, starting next week on July the 7th, Xbox will be having an Ultimate Game Sale for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One lasting apparently 'all summer', which this definitely seems like a direct response to Valve's Steam Summer Sale on the PC. It will probably operate the same way, with the list of games being updated and changed throughout the sale period. Wallets, cower in fear! This sale will include over 70 games across the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. These games (and others to be announced later) will be offered at up to 40-50 percent off, while Xbox Live Gold members will save an extra 10 percent. With backwards compatibility releasing to the public later this year, this could add a ton of new games to your library! Some of the currently revealed titles include: Assassin's Creed III Borderlands: The Handsome Collection Diablo III Dragon Age: Inquisition Far Cry 4 Goat Simulator Injustice: Gods Among Us Mortal Kombat X The Orange Box Ori and the Blind Forest Slender: The Arrival Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor ​And many more titles will be revealed as the sale draws closer and continues on. Who else is excited for this? I know I am! Xbox is pretty much my only gaming platform that I play on now and this is a wonderful sale for fellow Xbox gamers. This sale has me all like: Are there any games you would like to see go on sale? Let's discuss this! I will update this thread when any new updates are revealed so if you want to know what the current sales are, check it out on the Xbox Store or check back here.
  6. So the Xbox One now has backwards compatibility, at least it soon will for the public. This has to be the biggest surprise of the year for me and it is so well done. Microsoft is taking suggestions for games people want to see first to be compatible for the One on the Xbox Feedback page, which Red Dead Redemption is currently leading in votes. So what games do you want to see become compatible first? This includes digital and retail released titles.
  7. Do you play Battlefield Hardline and wish to play with fellow bronies? Well look no more and join the "Canterlot Heists" platoon! About The Canterlot Heists platoon is a new platoon for Battlefield Hardline that was created as a way for fellow fans of the great show My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic to play and chat with each other in the battlefield. If you ever feel lonely and wish to play with someone then this platoon is for you! We are currently RECRUITING members to join. We are based in North America (Canada and USA) but we accept anyone worldwide! Although we are primarily a Playstation 4 clan, we also accept anyone on ANY PLATFORM. This means if you have any of the following you are eligible to join: Playstation 4 Xbox One PC Playstation 3 Xbox 360 How to apply *Must have a battlelog account in order to apply* 1. Simply click on the following link to be redirected to the platoon overview 2. Click the "Apply" button on the top right Rules Just play nice! Leaders @Noire Panzer | Noire_Panzer (PS4) @FadedSkies | FadedSkies_ (PS4) See you on the battlefield!
  8. Did you really think I wouldn't post this? Anyways, this thread is for discussing the recently released game, Dragon Ball Xenoverse for PS3/4, Xbox 360/ One, and PC! Talk about what you did/didn't like about the game, talk about and show us your custom character (if you can), anything! But first, a quick overview: DBX's story follows your custom character as they join the Tme Patrol, a group of people who go throughout time fixing the timeline when something wrong happens, and fight the evil duo Mira and Towa, who are traveling throughout time to mess things up and destroy history! The game has borrowed MANY story and gameplay elements from Battle of Z, the failed Korean game Dragon Ball Online, and the Japanese arcade game Dragon Ball Heroes. When creating your character, you have 5 choices of race, Human, Saiyan, Namekian, Majin, and Frieza's Race (Frieza's Race isn't given an official name, they actually just call it "Frieza Race"). You can also choose your gender (unless you're Namekian or Frieza Race, since both races are all males), change the physical apperance, and even the color of your clothes! I liked the awesome gameplay, good graphics, music, and the customization of your own character! However, it does have it's flaws. 1. Dialogue. I can't tell you how many times I found errors in the English subtitles, heck, sometimes the wrong words would show! Also, what the characters say don't always make sense, such as certain people refering to you by the wrong gender, saying things at the wrong time, and sometimes their words don't match their body language. 2. Cast of characters. This isn't a huge problem, but there are a few minor things that suck about the roster. 1. No normal form Teen Gohan. 2. No Frieza 2nd or 3rd form. 3. Inability to change Frieza or Cell's forms mid-battle (don't worry, you can still go Super Saiyan). 4. No Cell 1st or 2nd form. 5. You can't choose to be Super Saiyan before you start the battle like you could in most other games. 6. Not enough characters in general. Especially movie characters. 7. No regular or SS1 version of a certain character who I don't want to spoil. 8. Frieza Race custom characters don't have any transformations (but you can make them look like they're in a certain form. 9. Not enough characters in general (to me at least). I know that was a lot, but they're all small problems to me. 3. Difficulty. The game isn't that hard, but certain missions have UNFORGIVING CPUs! Mainly Parallel quest: "Super Saiyan Bargain Sale". Sometimes, your allies are morons. This especially sucks if you're doing a mission where you HAVE to protect them. But those faults are mostly outdone by their successes! Anyways, let the discussion begin! By the way, here's my character, Solare: Level: 90 Moves I usually use: Supers: Kamehameha Perfect Shot Maximum Charge Deadly Dance Ultimates: Super Spirit Bomb Ultra Fighting Bomber Evasives: Exlosive Wave
  9. The bad taste of Rise of Lyric is still lingering in my mouth. As such, I'm not feeling too good about Sonic as a whole. The future is looking extremely bleak for both him and SEGA. However, in an attempt to raise my spirits up, I thought I'd review this game. Today, we're going to look at one of the best 3D Sonic games ever crafted; Sonic Generations If you guys liked my ramblings, please go the extra mile and leave a like on the video. It really helps out
  10. We were once Wonderbolts, but after Luna's return, we realised she was left without protectors, so we split from the Wonderbolts and became... The Shadowbolts. We go where the Wonderbolts fear to go, carrying out missions specifically mandated by Luna. Apply today, send in your application to xShadowboltsx, along with a friend request to Razpul on Xbox 360. Remember we're the Shadowbolts, We're Too Awesome for Celestia.
  11. Hello My name Is Nova and I am looking for a (large preferably) ghosts clan to join. or if you just want to be Xbox friends just friend me at Wamphyre75 Thanks Nova out.
  12. Want just a quick summary? Head to the Final Verdict for that and my rating! The Wolf Among Us Platforms: Xbox One, PS4, PS3, Xbox 360, iOS, PC, PS Vita Genre: Interactive Story Publisher/Developer: Telltale Games ESRB: M After the monster hit that Telltale Games had achieved with The Walking Dead, it was clear that they had brought a new life for the interactive story genre of games. With this new resurgence underway and TWD season 2 in development at the time, Telltale teamed up with Warner Bros. to bring us a new game in this genre based in the comic book world known as Fables. With this combo, The Wolf Among Us was born and it brought brutality, intrigue, and another amazing experience. The Wolf Among Us serves as a prequel to the Fables comic book series. The Wolf Among Us is an episodic, interactive story game and it has you playing as Bigby Wolf (AKA The Big Bad Wolf) as the Sheriff of Fabletown, a community in New York City for Fables, fairytale beings that had been run out of their homelands. Here they have to deal with the horrors of poverty, debt, and violence that fills the world all while trying to live good lives, well, some of them at least. Bigby is here to try and keep order amongst the chaos. The game uses a very well done cel-shaded graphical style that lets the color and the world stick into your mind. The graphical style really helps to set in the mood right away The gameplay of TWAU is different than most games and is more of an interactive movie than the traditional video game. You watch the story unfold and in many parts, you move Bigby around, exploring the environment around you, interacting with objects and characters, and progressing the story. While doing so, you are given choices on what to make Bigby say in many conversations or even to have him not say anything at all. The way you interact with other characters with these choices can give you different reactions and can even change how these characters react to you later on in the story. There also many moments, like during fights, where you do quick time events by pressing certain buttons at certain times. Though these kind of things are hated by some, they work very well with this type of gameplay and how it still feels exhilarating. It helps keep you engaged in the game's story. The gameplay is definitely linear in a lot of ways and in a lot of other ways is simple, but it helps to engross you into the world and keep the storyflow. This is not a traditional game by any means and that is a good thing. The story deals with some pretty heavy subjects The story here, to put it bluntly, is so remarkably well done and is easily the best thing about this game. The entire game has a sense of mystery and intrigue as well as a depressive mood that feels very much like the real world. This game definitely is dark and bleak in many ways, but it has a script and characters that all have their own personalities and it is a treat to see how these 'fairytale' beings are portrayed and how they interact in this world. The story, despite magic and faiytale creatures being involved, feels very down to earth and it really helps to further the atmosphere that it creates. The game is also very mature, dealing with dark issues and it has a lot of strong language, some very brutal scenes of violence and other things that definitely earns the M rating that it has. Having something like this done well and done in a great and immersive story really is a surprise. It never feels cheap. This story is so atmospheric and engaging that I have played through the whole game AND have watched it played through by others at least 5 more times and each time, I got completely engrossed in the characters and the story. It is that good. The ability to alter the story by making choices helps this even more, even if your choices don't always change something. The voice acting is also top notch and really helps to make these characters all feel unique. It also features, in my opinion, one of the best antagonists ever in any form of media. The characters here are so unique and so well acted that many times you will find yourself questioning their motives or maybe seeing their side on a heavy situation. There were quite a few characters I did not like much at first that I ended up becoming sympathetic for by the end. Good writing? Definitely. ​You may recognize some things here With a game like this, I really found it hard to find any major flaws. It is definitely not in the same category as most games so it is spared from the potential of classic flaws so it is judged on its own merits. The game does have some quirks. The game has the potential to be a bit glitchy at parts. Animations can be a bit glitchy at certain parts and very rarely the game might glitch and prevent your progress or even crash the game, but these are very rare from my experience and are fixed by restarting the game. The only other flaw really is that, some of your choices that really feel like they should make an impact, surprisingly don't. There are also much smaller choices that really don't affect the overall story or anything else for that matter, it is more for the at the moment interactions between the characters. For the most part this did not bother as the story is so top notch that even if it was not interactive at all, I would still love it entirely. The interactivity of it helps to make it more engaging and personal though. Final Verdict: Thank you for reading this week's Turbo Review! This is definitely a games a recommend, just go into it with a different mindset. Until next week, Turbo out!
  13. Hey guys! If you have an Xbox 360 with LIVE on it please add me! I am looking for new friends to hang out with who are bronies. I am 16 years old, so if you are around that age that would be awesome. My gamertag is WubWorthy. Thanks for adding me and I hope to game with you soon!
  14. I just made a new xbox live account recently and i was wondering if there were bronies that play xbox 360. I saw another thread like this posted months ago so i thought i should post again. Im usually playing Call of Duty, NHL, Resident Evil, etc. Anyway feel free to add me, my Gamertag is EoH AppleJack
  15. Want just a quick summary? Head to the Final Verdict for that and my rating! Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix Platform: Xbox 360, PS3 Genre: Puzzle Publisher/Developer: Capcom/Backbone Entertainment Originally released on the Playstation and Arcades during the Street Fighter 2 craze, Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo came to make us all out of breath with its long name but also entertain with it's surprisingly fun gameplay. I remember playing it constantly back in 'the day'. Such a shame I have to call that time as it is but whatever. Capcom much later decided that we needed a longer name with a huge visual upgrade with Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix. You may breathe now. Puzzle Fighter's gameplay is simple. You move and drop pairs of differently colored blocks. When you get four of them together or more, they from a much larger block. You use these trippy orb-like items that randomly appear with a block to break the blocks of its corresponding color when it comes in contact with that color, this will break the blocks it comes in contact with and any it is connected to, again, if it is the same color as the orb. One thing that makes this a bit different though, is it uses characters from the Street Fighter and Darkstalker's fighting games and once you break blocks, you will then drop blocks onto your opponent! This makes it feel a lot like a fighting-puzzle game especially thanks to the animations that play out as you 'attack'. The gameplay here is addicting thanks to the very fun combos and chains you can create, pummeling your opponent after making a huge chain of blocks. Each of the fighters have their own unique drop patterns and this is one of the better aspects of the game. While some patterns are better than others, each one feels unique and adds a bunch of replayability to a game that already plays pretty well. The modes in the game also change this up. You have the new X' mode, which changes some of the fighter's drop patterns to be a bit more competitive, X mode which has the original drop patterns, and Y & Y' modes which are variations of the gameplay. The main meat of the game is in the X modes as they are the standards and the most fun. The Y modes, which have you breaking blocks in very weird ways, feels tacked on and I honestly never played much of them. I doubt many play these regularly. Each of these four modes are also like the standard arcade mode, where you go through the fighters until you beat the boss. There is also an online mode where you can play against other players in ranked and non-ranked play. This is what you would expect, it's Puzzle Fighter online! This obviously not being in the original makes this a pretty interesting addition and it works well, though it is pretty standard fare. My one gripe beyond the lack of features, is the occasional online lag. While it never completely hampers the gameplay, at times it can make some of your block movements be delayed which can really mess up a specific strategy that you were aiming for. Beyond that there is not much else to say about the online, it is very standard, but it works. One of the biggest additions to this version obviously are the revamped HD visuals. The art style and graphics have been completely overhauled for most of the game, especially for the blocks and visual effects and it shows. When played on an HD display, the colors are far more vibrant and pop out way more than the original. Even the sound is vastly improved! This definitely puts this game far beyond the original in the graphics and sound area. My one gripe here though, are the character sprites. I am sure there was a reason behind this, but for some reason the character sprites did not get the same visual upgrade, they are actually the same sprites from the mid 90's essentially. This makes them look kinda fuzzy and quite out of place in comparison to the rest of the eye popping visuals. Another thing I want to mention is in my opinion a decently huge addition to this Remix, the ability to press Up on the controller to instantly drop your current block. In the original game, you could not do such a thing, you had to hold down in order to drop the blocks and it dropped at a standard pace. Here, you can press down but now pressing up will instantly drop your current block. This makes for some really intense and much faster gameplay when this is mastered. I found that to be one of my favorite additions to this game and I am happy it was made. Going back to the original felt so much slower in comparison. One last thing, this remix is missing the unlockables from the Playstation version, for reasons beyond me. This game could have used something like this because while the gameplay is very fun and replayable, it does lack in content overall. I want my sound clips and artwork! Final Verdict: Thank you for reading this week's Turbo Review! If you enjoyed this review, be sure to follow Turbo Reviews for notifications on every new review! Until next time, Turbo out! (Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix is available for Xbox Live Arcade and PSN for $9.99)
  16. It's getting to the end of the year, which means I'll have about four reviews left to put out, and they are all game reviews. Today's review is one I didn't even see coming myself; Platinum Games' Bayonetta for the Wii U, Xbox 360, and Playstation 3. Please let me know what you think, and leave a like on the video if you enjoyed it! It really helps out.
  17. This guy makes portable consoles in a laptop style manner more suited for travel, and they're pretty awesome. Not CHEAP, but still awesome. If I could afford it, I'd have one of each in a heartbeat. Xbox 360 Slim Xbox One PS4
  18. Hello Everypony, Who is Playing Defiance on the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC. I am Inpressed because it is Really great, If you wanna help add me.
  19. I'm a gamer. I also play Call of Duty. I also have an Xbox 360. I also have a PS3. Well, you get the point. Well, since around 5 months ago or so, I got a PS3 used, I have a question. Which version of Call of Duty:Ghosts runs better, the PS3 or 360 version? And, do the games (disc versions) require installs? I think the 360 does, but I don't know... So, yeah, also, which version has less hackers, because of course, just as everyone else, I can't stand 'em. They're so annoying.
  20. Hey everyone, we've all(most) heard all about destiny hitting the shelves yesterday (Poor shelves) anyway I think its a brilliant game and one if the most successful MMOs to ever land on console gaming but enough about my opinion I wanna know what everyone thinks about it. Thanks if you contribute Note to self, don't spam the button if it didn't work the first time :S
  21. Well I've just gotten into team fortress 2 and I'm looking for people to play it with, so if you want to play a couple rounds some time feel free to add me. Gamertag: Brony Knight
  22. i wish to make equestria on xbox who would like to help
  23. i need some ponies to talk to on xbox. i you whant to tlak to me on xbob friend DHGMLPFREAK1337 and say your from the mlp forums.
  24. NOTE: Any major/minor spoilers on the story, can you please put up a "Spoiler" tab? Some may haven't finished the game's story yet. I love this game. I knew Rockstar Games for the GTA series. Even though I never played GTA, I thought it looked like a bad series, so I steered away from all Rockstar games. Then I tried out Red Dead Redemption, another Rockstar game, and it was a really good game, actually! After that game, I was thinking wrong about the company, so I tried out LA Noire as well. I like those old films where it was murder mystery and everything, so I gave LA Noire a try Via Gamefly, It surpassed my expectations, and doing the story itself is very interesting, and keeps me on my toes. The characters were great too. Especially Cole Phelphs and Rusty Galloway. Has anypony else tried/played this game? Was it any good to you?
  25. Hey Guys! For all of those that do not know, terraria is an Adventure style platformer in which you control a customised character that can create, destroy, and fight! Many people call this a 2-D Equivalent to minecraft but it is much, much, more. If you want to know more information you should go here For those of you that have the game or have played it this is the place where we discuss boss tactics, usernames, and the game in general. Oh and by the way... the Angel statue is useless...... If you want my Username and Gamertag then provide yours and ask me! -Ninja