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The RPS Xbox Indie Outreach Roundup

By Lewie Procter on August 11th, 2011.

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Last month, we spread the word that we wanted to poach as many Xbox Indie games as possible from Microsoft’s console based XBLIG service. Today, I’m here to tell you that the exodus is well under way. Here are ten eleven of the most promising-looking XBLIGs which are already planning to boost their audience by making themselves available to the millions of happy, sweet-smelling PC gamers. Strap yourselves in, web-travellers, we’re going on a journey into the heart of our Xbox Indie Outreach Roundup! Read the rest of this entry »

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Zeboyd PC Sales Leave XBLIG In The Dust

By John Walker on July 20th, 2011.

If you knew how tired I am, you'd understand why I can't be bothered working out a cheerleader joke.

You may remember that last week we suggested Zeboyd’s launch of their RPGs on Steam had gone a lot better than expected. It turns out that was something of an under-estimation.

In less than a week on Steam, Zeboyd’s Cthulhu Saves The World (see our review here) and Breath Of Death VII have already made more than they did in over a year on Xbox Live Indie Games. Let me repeat that: More in under a week on PC than in over a year on Xbox.

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The RPS Xbox Indie Outreach Program

By Lewie Procter on July 15th, 2011.


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It’s seems that early indications for Zeboyd Games, the latest in a series of developers to make the leap from Xbox to PC, are “tremendous success” on the mighty grey tower. This got me thinking: What other upcoming Xbox Indie games could end up coming to PC too? If you’re developing an XBLIG, and have intentions to release it on PC, we want to hear from you. This is the RPS Xbox Indie Outreach Program. Read the rest of this entry »

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