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Mad Cats Ships Arcade GameStick for Xbox Live Arcade

Mad Catz Interactive announced today that its Arcade GameStick for Xbox Live Arcade, Xbox 360 and PC has shipped to stores. The controller includes three full Xbox Live Arcade games: Frogger, Time Pilot and Astropop plus a free Xbox Gold trial membership.

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NextGen24Gamer6438d ago

This is just what I need for Pac Man and all my other arcade games. I have a feeling this will sell extrememly well.

Madmax12819806438d ago

the design of this controller looks really stupid. how the hell are u ment to use it plus im happy enough with the standard 360 pad and i dont play xbox arcade games much myself appart from bankshot pool or marble blast wich work just fine with the 360 pad.

MicroGamer6438d ago

if they put the stick in the center instead of off in a corner. It would have felt more like an old fashioned joystick.

bloop6437d ago

Jesus, who got paid to design that thing??? How the hell do they expect you to use the left trigger and bumper?!?!? The mind boggles!!! They should at least have put the LB & RB beside A,B,X & Y, like a Street Fighter layout.

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Time Pilot Retro Arcade vs Atari 2600 vs Colecovision

Welcome to episode 17, and today we look at the retro arcade game Time Pilot. Not a super popular game, but the game was fun and exciting, and the premise was very cool!

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Nicknasty847d ago

Wow, colecovision version takes me back! Of course arcade version does too, but I almost forgot about colecovision time pilot. Colecovision was indeed the console that was closest to arcade port back then. Always a sucker for old school!

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Retro Review: Time Pilot is a timeless classic

A look into one of the most timeless - albeit somewhat forgotten - games of 1982.

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PopCap games half off for Xbox LIVE Deal of the Week

XMNR: The Xbox LIVE Deal of the Week starting Tuesday, May 29 slashes a host of PopCap games in half. This includes addictive titles like Bejeweled 3, Peggle and Plants vs. Zombies.

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