LocoCycle

XB360, XBOX ONE / Other / Release: Dec 31, 2013 / ESRB: T

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LocoCycle coming to PC & Xbox 360 on February 14th

LocoCycle coming to PC & Xbox 360 on February 14th

Twisted Pixel's latest game LocoCycle was a game we dubbed as "so bad... it's bad" in our review. The game shocked critics and fans alike with its shallow repetitive gameplay and overtly racist presentation. You'll now be able to enjoy the mediocrity on PC and Xbox 360.

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LocoCycle review: crazy bad

LocoCycle review: crazy bad

Ever watch a movie that's so bad... it's good? Films like Fast Five and Crank 2 don't advance the art of cinema, but they revel in their over-the-top camp nature to provide exciting, brainless entertainment. Twisted Pixel attempts the same with LocoCycle, but ends up with a game that's so bad... it's bad.

Read more: A one-note joke that outstays its welcome»

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LocoCycle for PC rated

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LocoCycle for PC rated

Gasp! Is Microsoft going to release a game on PC? Twisted Pixel's upcoming LocoCycle for Xbox 360 and Xbox One may be coming to computers too, a new German rating (via CVG) suggests. That would make it the first Microsoft-published PC game since Halo: Spartan Ops. However, while Halo was developed for touch screen devices, LocoCycle is very much a controller-based game. Will Microsoft shoehorn Windows 8 exclusivity for the port?

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LocoCycle's Xbox One version in development for less than six months

LocoCycle's Xbox One version in development for less than six months

If Twisted Pixel's announcement of LocoCycle as an Xbox One launch title sounded sudden, that's because it hasn't been in development for very long. Originally created for Xbox 360, the next-gen version of LocoCycle has only had a development cycle (no pun intended) of about six months, meaning it won't utilize all of the Xbox One's exclusive features.

Read more: Won't utilize all Xbox One-exclusive features »

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LocoCycle preview: standing on her own two wheels

LocoCycle preview: standing on her own two wheels

Twisted Pixel has gained a certain reputation. Its games feature witty premises, are chock full of funny writing, and wear their handful of influences on their sleeves. These features get the most attention because mechanically, they're often good, but never great. Enter LocoCycle, a game clearly influenced by both brawlers and the classic arcade game Spy Hunter, with humor to spare. Unlike the studio's trend, however, these qualities aren't distractions from merely adequate gameplay.

Read more: A mechanic-motorcycle buddy comedy »

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LocoCycle launching on Xbox One, still coming to Xbox 360

LocoCycle launching on Xbox One, still coming to Xbox 360

Twisted Pixel has announced that its next game, LocoCycle, will be an Xbox One launch title. The motorcycle-combat game will also release on Xbox Live Arcade for Xbox 360 as previously announced, but that will follow at an as-yet-undetermined future date.

Read more: 1080p at 60 FPS on the One »

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LocoCycle trailer debuts Pablo

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LocoCycle trailer debuts Pablo

LocoCycle is about an self-aware combat motorcycle with guns and kung fu skills. Once you get past that insane premise, you might wonder who that was being dragged alongside the motorcycle in the first gameplay trailer. His name is Pablo, and he does not seem to be enjoying the ride even a little bit.

Watch: So many terrified Spanish screams »

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LocoCycle is insane, gameplay trailer reveals

LocoCycle is insane, gameplay trailer reveals

Not much has been revealed about LocoCycle, Twisted Pixel's next game for Xbox Live Arcade. But nothing could have prepared us for this...

In time for PAX Prime, which kicks off in two days, the developer has unveiled a "first look" at the game. And it certainly stays true to its name, combining a motorcycle with insanity. If you can't make it to PAX to play the game, here's the next best thing.

Watch: 'First look' at LocoCycle »

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LocoCycle is Twisted Pixel's new game for 2013

LocoCycle is Twisted Pixel's new game for 2013

It hasn't been long since Microsoft acquired Twisted Pixel, the studio behind Splosion Man and The Gunstringer. However, the Texas-based developer has already announced their first first-party game. Launching on Xbox Live Arcade in 2013 is LocoCycle.

Watch: A crazy future-motorcycle »

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