X-Blades Previews - Xbox 360

Game Description:X-Blades a third-person hack-and-slash action title featuring an enchanting heroine that destroys anything in her path using guns, blades, magic, and a healthy dose of stylish flair. Players assume the role of Ayumi, a stunningly seductive yet tenacious heroine who battles enemies with her pistol blades, acrobatic ability, and magic spells. The story unfolds revealing demonic powers and spectacular landscapes, all ripe for exploration and battles. X-Blades features a special combination of cinematic style, stunning animation, and relentless, high speed gameplay.
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    X-Blades: First Look


    Morgan Webb talks to TopWare Interactive's Jake Digennaro about their upcoming action title, X-Blades for multiple platforms.

    Posted: Sep 5, 2008 | 3,954 Views | 02:02 | 5 Comments

  • X-List: Top 5 Most Embarrassing Games

    Posted: March 30, 2011

    37,669 Views | 01:35

  • X-Play's Golden Mullets: X-Blades

    Posted: December 22, 2009

    7,698 Views | 02:12

  • G-Phoria '09: Game Most Deserving of a Uwe Boll Movie

    Posted: August 5, 2009

    6,435 Views | 01:25

  • X-Blades Review

    Posted: March 9, 2009

    23,473 Views | 02:46 | 31 Comments

  • X-Blades In-Game Trailer

    Posted: December 22, 2008

    3,720 Views | 01:38 | 5 Comments


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