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Kameo: Elements of Power Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:The evil Troll King has kidnapped Kameo's mother, the Queen, and all of her ancestors. It's up to you, Kameo, to defeat him and his army! He has thousands of warriors at his disposal. Your arsenal is made up of 10 different elemental monsters, including Chilla the yeti, Ash the fire-breathing dragon, Major Ruin, the armored elephant, and Pummelweed, the boxing plant. This innovative platformer will have you battling thousands of enemies at a time, riding horseback across vast realms, and combining your different elemental abilities to solve puzzles. Explore lush forests, majestic castles, and fairy-like pastures as you unleash the elements of power.
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  • Five Years Later: 30 Minutes With Three Xbox 360 Launch Titles

    This week marked the five-year anniversary of Microsoft’s Xbox 360. As we do with all big anniversaries, the staff put together a piece about our favorite 360 memories, and as I was writing mine, I couldn’t help but think, “Gee, I wonder if those launch games that I haven’t played since, well, launch are as...

    Posted November 26, 2010

    Five Years Later: 30 Minutes With Three Xbox 360 Launch Titles
  • Bonfire's David Rippy Says Ensemble Was A Victim Of Its Own Success

    David Rippy, founder of Bonfire Studios and former producer at Ensemble Studios, believes that one of the reasons Microsoft chose to shut down Ensemble was due to its lack of versatility, or rather, not having the opportunity to show off its versatility. In a recent interview with Gamesindustry.biz, he said: "Ensemble was kind of a victim...

    Posted March 10, 2009| 38 Comments

    Bonfire's David Rippy Says Ensemble Was A Victim Of Its Own Success

 


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