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Paul Acevedo

Paul Acevedo is the Games Editor at Windows Central. A lifelong gamer, he has written about videogames for over 15 years and reviewed over 350 games for our site. Follow him on Twitter @PaulRAcevedo. Don’t hate. Appreciate!

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Puzzle Quest 2, Brain Challenge, and Gamechest: Logic Games join the sale party

Puzzle Quest 2, Brain Challenge, and Gamechest: Logic Games join the sale party

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Yesterday we reported that Full House Poker is the Xbox Live Deal of the Week. It still is, but we’ve learned something unusual. Something magical… There are four Xbox Live games on sale this week instead of one. Madness! Joining Full House Poker (on sale for $1.99) are Puzzle Quest 2, Brain Challenge, and Gamechest: Logic Games. These are weekly sales, not price drops. Puzzle Quest 2...

Windows Phone Marketplace has yet to update, Collapse! trapped in Xbox Live limbo

Windows Phone Marketplace has yet to update, Collapse! trapped in Xbox Live limbo

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As you may have noticed, the Windows Phone Marketplace didn’t update last night. Most weeks, the new Xbox Live release and  Deal of the Week go live around 2 AM Pacific Standard Time. This week it has not, which means Collapse! still isn’t available, nor can Zombie Attack! 2 be purchased at a discounted price yet. The last time the Marketplace failed to update on time, things finally...

Xbox Live Developer Interview: Microsoft Game Studios, makers of Beards & Beaks

Xbox Live Developer Interview: Microsoft Game Studios, makers of Beards & Beaks

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WPCentral’s Xbox Live Developer Interview series continues as we converse with Adam Isgreen of Microsoft Game Studios. Adam’s team developed Beards & Beaks, a Windows Phone-exclusive real-time strategy game. Check out our full review here. In the following interview, we’ll delve into a few of the game’s mysteries and reveal exclusive, never-before-seen concept art. Step over the...

Star Wars Cantina and Battle for Hoth can still be downloaded -but you might want to hurry

Star Wars Cantina and Battle for Hoth can still be downloaded -but you might want to hurry

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When three Xbox Live games were pulled from the Marketplace in a single day, gamers were justifiably upset. The delisted games include Fast & Furious: Adrenaline (review), Star Wars: Battle for Hoth (review), and Star Wars Cantina. All three games are based on licensed properties, and those licenses seemed to expire simultaneously. Sure, the publishers should have notified us that...