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It’s that time of year again. I made a trip to the UK to meet one of my Xbox friends for the first time. This trip was to meet my eldest friend, 70 years old, Webby41.
I knew Webby online through his son-in-law; Whom I met on
last year’s Xbox friend meet up tour.
I met Webby in the South of London on the Isle of Dogs.
Webby took me on a tour of his old stomping grounds in London. It was hilarious recording the old man shouting at cabs.
We went to his favorite Pie & Mash shoppe. Beef Pie covered in parsley sauce.
Then it was off to the Greenwich Time Museum.
Can’t be ice cream on a hot July day.
With a stunning view of London.
Road trip Webby’s house to the Eastern most town in the UK.
Mr. & Mrs. Webby were such amazing host.
My friend Jeremy from Never Stop Marketing is trying to compile Xbox LIVE stories. The type of stories that people would remember and is all of the reason why someone should Join LIVE. Do YOU have a story worth telling. If
so, post your story in the comments HERE.
Unfortunately problems can happen when we play games, but what do you do? Well, Activision and Xbox do a great job of helping for all issues. But how can you contact them?
Lets start with Activision. If you have any problems with anything Activision you can easily contact them in these three ways.
If you have any problems or just want to know why somthing on Xbox is the way it is, you can contact them in these ways.
The people at Activision Support and Xbox Support are great and will help you with your problems. And guess what! They are REAL gamers! But if you want them to take you seriously, do the following.
- Don’t yell at them!
- Don’t ignore their suggestions
- Be kind
Follow all this and you will get your problem solved.
Developed by: Introversion Software
Published by: Introversion Software
Platforms: Xbox 360 (XBLA), also available on PC as Darwinia & Multiwinia
Players: Singleplayer and Multiplayer (up to 4 players online)
Rated E for Everybody by the ESRB
It’s hard to describe an RTS that takes cues from games like Lemmings and Smash TV and that also visually pays homage to old school vector graphics in a single sentence; so let’s use just a single word. Awesome!
The Important Stuff
Back in 2006 Introversion Software won a few prestigious awards at the Independant Games Festival, including the Seumas McNally Grand Prize, for their PC title Darwinia. Now their hard-to-classify-yet-extremely-addicting creation has made its way onto the Xbox Live Arcade. Read the rest of this entry »
Developed by: Radical Entertainment
Published by: Activision
Platforms: Xbox360, PS3, Games for Windows
Consume as many people as possible while killing Hunters and avoid being seen by Blackwatch.
The game revolves a character named Alex Mercer; codename Zeus. He wakes up in a Morgue and doesn’t remember what happened to him. Just like out of a movie, the Manhattan population is infected! In order to regain his memory he must “consume” others who had a part of this viral infection. So is he a villain or a superhero? Read the rest of this entry »
Today Microsoft announced very quietly that on August 11th gamers will have all they have been waiting for in the next update to the Dashboard. This update is also currently being offered early to people who sign up through Microsofts Connect website. You can get all the details on that from Major Nelson here, if it’s not too late already, so hurry up but finish reading this first.