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The new Xbox Live Karaoke app has a library of over 8,000 songs including the latest hits and golden oldies, in top genres like Pop, Rock, Country, R&B/Hip-Hop and more, there will be songs for everyone in the family to enjoy. (more…)

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Sugar, Spice, and Not So Nice is the newest DLC for A World of Keflings. Previously known as Candy for Keflings, it was the winning entry in the pick the next DLC contest held by Ninjabee earlier this year. It beat the other two competitors which were Graveyard for Keflings and Pirate for Keflings. This DLC has some things that are new to the Keflings world but they are great additions that you will enjoy.

Pros:

Environment: Candy Peak is now one of my favorite kingdoms after playing through this DLC. It is very colorful and absolutely everything is made of sweets. Your builds look like gingerbread houses and things you would see in the game Candyland. Resources are Caramel from a caramel lake and sugar for the cotton candy forest. The characters you meet make the environment even more spectacular.

Characters: You have Charlie, the unicorn with amnesia, a bear with an identity crisis, and Wardrof the Wizard, our first keflings villain. As you can see all of the love that was put into the original game and the space DLC has bled through into this new adventure.

Humor: Ninjabee is known for the humor they put into their games and this DLC is no exception. There are plenty of puns, another classic BEARS!! Moment, and some enjoyable new emotes. The humor in the candy DLC family friendly like the rest of the game and it is something I hope Ninjabee keeps in their games.

References: The Sugar, Spice, and Not So Nice DLC is full of pop culture references. Wardrof has his own minion who is named Agustus, and a builder Kefling that looks like an ompa loompa, both references to Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. There are also nods to Pee Wee Herman, classic rock songs, and the internet hit Charlie the unicorn. Every single one of these always makes me smile and I can’t wait to see what they think of for future DLC.

Bakery: One of the new additions in this DLC is the Bakery, which lets you use your normal materials and turn them into advanced ones. This saves you from having to have multiple buildings to get things like lollipops, candy bars, and gummi fish, which are all made via sugar. I loved this addition and I hope to see it in the future.

Cons:

Length: While the game is quite fun I was sad when it ended. It lasts around two hours and while that is a good amount for the price I wish that it had been longer because it was such an enjoyable experience.

In Conclusion:

All in all Sugar, Spice, And Not So Nice ends up being more sweet than sour and most definitely something you should pick up if you are a fan of the series. You will get a couple hours of fun quests and humorous references for the price of 320 points. I can’t wait to see what the next DLC from Ninjabee brings to this game that I could easily visit over and over again.

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The Splatters, the crazy puzzle game that released on XBLA earlier this year is now going on sale for a week.  (more…)

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Microsoft’s Newest Avatar Famestar game also has some avatar awards.  (more…)

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When the video-gaming community isn’t continuously complaining about the lack of originality that comes from games they play these days, they like to spend a great deal of time also contradicting that very statement they make by request multiple HD remakes of games they once played as a child. Perhaps what I am saying is a bit harsh, considering this is my opening paragraph into my Jet Set Radio HD review… But it has its place, if you give me a moment to explain. (more…)

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Are you ready to hit the streets again with your favorite characters? SEGA announced today the release dates and the price for Jet Set Radio on each of its release platforms.  (more…)

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Deadlight places you in the shoes of Randall Wayne, who is a survivor of an apocolyptic event that occured in the 1950s. The dead have started to rise again and the masses refer to them as the “Shadows.” Our story begins with Randall setting out to search Seattle for his missing family and take us on an adventure where you will have to survive not only the shadows but what they have caused within the world. (more…)

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