Xbox Live Arcade on the Xbox 360 has proven to be a huge success with both retro arcade titles and indie developed games. Are they some of the best games on the system? We think so.
Worms is back and in 2-D. Yay!
It's not Lemmings damn it!
The first full arcade-accurate port on a home console, and with online co-op.
It would be nice if the player could shoot the enemies from time to time.
No putting from the rough jokes, I swear.
Fend off murderous colored balls in ancient Egypt.
Hit buttons and watch all sorts of purty colors show on your TV. It's not just for the easily amused only either.
A review one year in the making.
Easily one of the best games of the modern era receives a perfect port to the 360.
I have worms, and am perfectly okay with admitting that to people I've never met.
A dream-like release, complete with full online play for the full set of four turtles.
Where do you go when you’re tired of Metal Slug and you realize Konami will never, ever, release another true Contra?
Wait, wasn't this free on the 360 already?
The Xbox Live Arcade game two whole people were looking for.
Since when are sewer grates deadly?
When you were drunk back in the '80s, this was fun. Sober in the new millennium, well, not so much.
Or why when the Xbox Live Arcade works, it's the best thing in the industry.
The Xbox Live Arcade continues to be the home of mediocraty.
Anyone else getting tired of the same old, same old?
UP, UP, DOWN, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, LEFT, RIGHT, and you know the rest.