Frantic Xbox Live Arcade multiplayer shooter Monday Night Combat is getting a PC release next month, developer Uber Entertainment has confirmed.
Eccentric Xbox Live Arcade shooter Monday Night Combat is getting a fresh batch of DLC tomorrow, and it won't cost you a penny.
Monday Night Combat, one of the highlights of Xbox Live's Summer of Arcade, is set for a free batch of DLC, developer Uber Entertainment has revealed.
Xbox Live Arcade enjoyed its strongest sales month ever in August, a market research firm has claimed.
Tower Defense is gaming's youngest genre and it shows: endless waves of clones clog up iTunes, many as irresistible as their inspiration but few displaying much innovation. That's natural. Evolution requires a large gene pool before baby-step iterations begin to generate true diversification.
For that reason, Monday Night Combat's giant leap forward for the genre is exciting. It's like nothing seen before and yet, in its borrowing of game elements from a variety of other well-known titles, it's immediately familiar.
Monday Night Combat is built upon an orthodox Tower Defence foundation. This much is made obvious in the first of the game's two core modes: Blitz. All of the elements of the fixed path Tower Defence form are present here. Your base is known as the 'Moneyball', which you must protect from waves of enemy bots that approach it along fixed paths.
Microsoft has dated this year's Xbox Live Summer of Arcade flock.