Jared Stenzel on April 14th, 2009

Are you looking to extend your Xbox Live memberber, to create a second account for a friend, or to get free microsoft points to spend in the Xbox Live Marketplace on map packs or full games? You can do all of the above quickly, easily, and absolutely free. This is the easiest way of earning free microsoft points or an Xbox Live Membership and will only take you around thirty minutes of your time before you receive your prize.

The first this you will need to do is sign up for your account. Head on over to the Rewards site to sign up for your free account that will be credited with points. I suggest creating a free yahoo email to use in the easy surveys you can take. This will divert all spam mail to another email address of yours and you’ll never have to deal with it ever again.

Once you have an account set up, head on over to the site and log in. Click on the offers and then on free offers. These offers are pretty easy to complete. Some of them, all you have to do is enter your email and an address and you are credited for them and a step closer to your free microsoft points. Once you receive 2000 points you can request your 1,600 free microsoft points or if you wait until you’re at 5000 points you can request your 4,000 free microsoft points. With only 800 points you can get a 1 month xbox live gold card for free.

I have received countless free microsoft points cards and xbox live accounts over the last few months. In fact, some of my better months I received well over 40,000 points! I enjoy the freedom of the Xbox Live Marketplace, especially when I have 10,000 microsoft points on my gamertag that I can spend.

If you have any questions about this, feel free to ask! Comment about your success with this site, along with different games you’ve gotten from your free microsoft points. I’m always looking for new games to download.

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LTNChica on May 25th, 2010

Blur is a game that released today for the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3. So far, most people have been enjoying the game. The following is a review that was given to this new racing game:

“There are multiple gameplay modes at hand here, but the primary one is combat-focused racing. You face off with up to 19 white-knuckled adrenaline junkies and try to complete a number of laps around a variety of circuits faster than everyone else while staying out of trouble and out of those 19 sets of crosshairs. Scattered about the courses are icons representing each of the eight power-ups available, like the fire-and-forget shunt, the shock attack, mines, turbo boosts, and shields. Most projectiles can be fired forward or backward and it’s important to use them in both directions. Focus entirely on what’s ahead and an opponent will quickly fill your tailpipe with fire and brimstone, but keep your head on a swivel and you might make it for 30 seconds or so without getting blasted – maybe.”

Be sure to check out this game a little bit more some time.

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LTNChica on May 23rd, 2010

The game, Tetris Party Deluxe, is a game that is going to be coming out for the Nintendo Wii. The release date that has been set for this game is this Tuesday, May 25th. This game, which has been published by Majesco, is just a continuation of the game Tetris Party. However, there has been new modes and features added to it in order to make it an entirely new game that is worthwhile. There are six new game modes that have been added. Two of these modes are Bombliss and also VS. Sprint which is a mode that lets as many as four players to go against each other to be the first one to complete 40 lines. There is also a mode that allows for players to make their very own unique shadow puzzles to play. There are many ways to play that are available for multiplayer play such as online battles with the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection or you can play locally with your family and friends. There are various options for how to play this game including with the Wii Balance Board, the Wii Wheel, Wii Speak or also Mii to customize your gaming experience.

Be sure to check out this game when it releases on Tuesday.

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LTNChica on May 22nd, 2010

The following list includes the list of new music DLC that was released in the past week:

Guitar Hero

Aerosmith Track Pack

“Livin’ On The Edge”
“Love In An Elevator”
“Rag Doll”

Price: $5.49/440 Microsoft Points/550 Wii Points for pack, or $1.99/160 MSP/200 WP per track

Rock Band

Packs

Grateful Dead Pack 03

“Beat It on Down the Line”
“Cumberland Blues”
“Scarlet Begonias”
“Throwing Stones”
“Touch of Grey”
“U.S. Blues”

Tracks

The Smithereens – “A Girl Like You”
The Smithereens – “Only a Memory”

Rock Band Network Tracks

Amberian Dawn – “Valkyries”
a t o m – “Satellite (Live)”
Ballyhoo! – “Paper Dolls”
Band of Horses – “Is There a Ghost”
Blackberry River Band – “Santa Fe”
CJ – “Eency Weency Spider”
Connor Christian and Southern Gothic – “Sunday Suit”
Counterfeit Pennies – “Five More Minutes”
Evile – “Now Demolition”
Farther Snake – “Shape 3″
iwrestledabearonce – “Tastes Like Kevin Bacon”
The Knew – “By Yourself”
Nothing More – “Fat Kid”
Reverend Horton Heat – “Death Metal Guys”
Sadaharu – “It’s Not Paranoia If They’re Shooting Live Bullets”
Thunderdikk – “Bra Off Party On” (X-Play’s J.P. Shub’s band!!!)
Windtunnel Syndrome – “You’re an Egg! (Evolution)”

Price: $9.99/800 MSP for pack, $1.99/160 MSP/200 WP per track (Rock Band Network prices vary by track)

Lips

No  new releases

SingStar

No new releases

DJ Hero

No new releases

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LTNChica on May 18th, 2010

The game, Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands, is a game that was juat released today for the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360.

The following is a review that was given to this game:

“If it sounds like The Forgotten Sands is a series of highs and lows, that’s because it is. It’s a game filled with heightened moments of elation followed by stretches of frustrating mediocrity. It nearly all falls apart at the very end, too, when the game creates an unnecessary wall of difficulty by asking the player to accomplish ridiculous feats of timing totally out of line with the rest of the game. The Forgotten Sands‘ flow walks a very fine line, wanting to give the appearance of challenge but without breaking the player’s forward momentum. When you stop moving in this game, you stop having fun. To this end, one of the final stretches in The Forgotten Sands crafts arbitrary difficulty through an uncontrollable camera viewpoint and timed jumps that rely less on skillful use of the Prince’s abilities than it is blind memorization of hard-as-nails jumps.”

Make sure to check out more about this game if you get a chance.

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LTNChica on May 17th, 2010

Each and every week there is a great number of games which are released. The following list is a list of the games that are going to be releasing in this upcoming week for the consoles of the Sony PlayStation 3, the Nintendo Wii, the Microsoft Xbox 360, the Nintendo DS, the Sony PlayStation Portable and the PC:

Sony PlayStation 3

  • Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands
  • Red Dead Redemption
  • Shrek Forever After
  • Split/Second

Nintendo Wii

  • Attack the Movies 3D
  • Backyard Sports: Sandlot Sluggers
  • Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands
  • Shrek Forever After

Microsoft Xbox 360

  • Alan Wake
  • Attack the Movies 3D
  • Backyard Sports: Sandlot Sluggers
  • Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands
  • Red Dead Redemption
  • Shrek Forever After 
  • Split/Second

Nintendo DS

  • Backyard Sports: Sandlot Sluggers
  • Blue Dragon: Awakened Shadow
  • Imagine: Animal Doctor Care Center 
  • Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands 
  • Shrek Forever After

Sony PlayStation Portable

  • Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands

PC

  • Split/Second

Be sure to check out some of these games in this next week if you get a chance as they will all be available some time very soon.

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LTNChica on May 15th, 2010

The game, Track Mania Wii, is a game that is going to soon be releasing for the Nintendo Wii. The date at which this game will be available has been set for this Tuesday, May 18th. In this game you have to control cars at high speed as they go through ramps, loops, turbo boosts and other obstacles thoughout the many different tracks. There are over 200 tracks that are available to play on along with a whole ton of various game modes. You can play this game with the controller of your choice whether it is the Wiimote and nunchuck, your gamepad or your Wii Wheel.

One great thing that this game has is a track editor. This gives you the opportunity to come up with a whole bunch different tracks that are personalized by yourself. You can then share your great new tracks with all of your friends because of the Wi-Fi connection from Nintendo. There are also a couple of multiplayer modes to play in like Hotseat mode, 4 player split screen, and online play. Join with players either locally or all around the world.

Be sure to check out this game when it comes out on Tuesday.

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LTNChica on May 12th, 2010

In the game, Kane & Lynch: Dead Men, there was a multiplayer mode known as “fragile alliance”. This mode was very popular and liked by gamers. There was no doubt that this mode would be a part of Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days. Some revisions and improvements were made to the mode but it is still there.

Here is a preview of this “fragile alliance” mode from Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days:

“The potential for someone going traitor is always there, whether it be your teammates or yourself. If you do decide to go traitor, you could hang back and silently assassinate teammates — just make sure no one sees you do it. Or you can grab a human shield, keeping your teammates from shooting you by making it crucial for them not to accidentally shoot the buddy being used as a shield. If a teammate shoots a teammate, he can turn traitor, and the guy who gets wounded has a certain amount of time to get his revenge on the shooter without becoming a traitor himself thanks to a function called “yellow card.”

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LTNChica on May 11th, 2010

The game, Iron Man 2, is a game that was just recently released on May 4th for the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3. Published by SEGA, this game is based on the famous blockbuster movie. By playing this you will have a better feel for the amount of power of Iron Man.

Here is a review which was given to this game:

“The combat system is, likewise, well-conceived but joylessly executed. Iron Man’s attack powers are split between his left and right hands. You can assign two different weapon types to each side and change them on the fly by pressing the D-pad. Combat is built around a rough lock-on mechanic. In theory, it works like it would in most games: when locked onto an enemy, a translucent blue circle surrounds them and a green health meter is intertwined. The problem is that it’s impossible to hit a moving target with standard attacks, which renders it fairly useless, since lock-on mechanisms are designed to hit non-stationary enemies.”

Be sure to look into more details about this game if you get a chance.

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LTNChica on May 10th, 2010

The game, Little Big Planet 2, is a game that will exclusively be coming out for the Sony PlayStation 3. The release date has not yet been officially decided on but it will be some time late in this year. This game, which is developed by Media Molecule, is a sequel to a game which many people loved.

Here is a preview that was given to the game:

“So Little Big Planet 2, which Evans and Healey revealed at the event (in pre alpha form), is not a major departure from its predecessor – no “reboots” here. Rather than revamp the first game, Media Molecule is building on the Little Big Planet foundation, making the Little a bit bigger. Sackboy’s still here, as are the stickers and the Popit level creation interface. Little Big Planet 2 will even maintain backward compatibility with all those Little Big Planet 1 levels – in fact, they’ll look just a tad crisper and shinier with Little Big Planet 2’s refined graphics engine.”

Be sure to check this game out again a little later on when there are more details about it as the release date gets closer.

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