Editor: Diane Hutchinson Editor@girlgamersuk.com

Harry Potter For Kinect Trailer

Comments Off on Harry Potter For Kinect Trailer


Comments Off on TWIT PIC OF THE DAY

UK’s first Xbox 360 magazine reaches major milestone

Comments Off on UK’s first Xbox 360 magazine reaches major milestone

Bloodborne Gameplay

Comments Off on Bloodborne Gameplay

Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess On XBLIG

Posted by TurtleGirl On August - 25 - 2010

Mediatonic has announced that its critically-acclaimed PSP Minis debut, Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess, has been launched on Xbox Live Indie Games. The Xbox 360 version features all the action of the PSP Minis cult hit and boasts a full HD-resolution visual overhaul.

In Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess, players take control of the massively awesome and super-sexy aristocratic demon known only as “The Duke” in an upwards-scrolling platformer, where chasing down giant fleeing monsters is the business at hand. By building combos to unleash increasingly magnificent finishing moves on the (most likely) guilty monsters, players can impress the Duke’s adoring fans and gun for higher and higher scores.

Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess features a full story mode, 6 unique stages, awesome animated cutscenes and an incredible soundtrack the Duke himself would approve of. With 24 levels of monster pounding justice, this is (probably) the best XNA game ever.

Originally released in April 2010, Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess was a hit with reviewers across the media spectrum, picking up scores such as an 8.8 from IGN, an 8/10 from Eurogamer, Games TM and The Official PlayStation Magazine and a 4/5 from daily newspaper The Independent.

Mediatonic’s co-founder and creative director Paul Croft adds: “Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess was a huge hit for us, both with the media and as our debut on PSP Minis, so we’re proud to have launched its XNA version as our Xbox 360 debut.” He continues; “We’re hopeful Xbox 360 players will take the Duke’s plight to their hearts and will help him hammer those (probably) guilty monsters.”

Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess for Xbox 360 via Xbox Live Indie Games is available now, costing 240 MS Points.

Read GGUK’s review on the PSP.

Comments are closed.

The Last Campfire Gameplay Trailer

Posted by GG Goblin
  • title_ad2
  • title_ad2
  • title_ad2
  • title_ad2
  • title_ad2
  • Wartile

    Posted by GG Goblin

    Curious Expedition

    Posted by GG Goblin

    Granblue Fantasy: Versus

    Posted by GG Goblin

    Saints Row IV: Re-Elected

    Posted by GG Goblin


    Posted by GG Goblin

    Animal Crossing: New Horizons

    Posted by GG Goblin

    DOOM Eternal

    Posted by GG Goblin

    Hidden Through Time

    Posted by GG Goblin