I'm always looking for ways to pad out my column without having to play any more of these god-awful indie games, so I say it's time for a...
Early last week, GameCola reported on some new changes that Microsoft made to the Xbox 360 dashboard, in an effort to accommodate Kinect users, and slowly shift the balance of power over from actual gamers to casual gamers. THE END IS OF GAMING NIGH! In addition to enabling support for the Kinect, the new dashboard update made everything brighter, friendlier, and cleaner; allowed for easier access to ESPN (which I'm pretty sure you don't need an Xbox to watch); and, most importantly, it moved where you can find Xbox Live Indie Games on the 360.
GameCola's Eric Regan discusses Wii Fit telling people they're fat, whether a bad name can break a game, Achievements, and more.
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