Bee Movie Game [Jtag RGH]
Bee Movie Game [Jtag RGH]
Unlike with the Y2K aesthetic of the Late 90s and Early 2000s, which saw its reach into movies, TV, music, and video games of a science-fiction persuasion, there was less overlap between this aesthetic and popular culture. It was and is mainly a corporate or clinical design philosophy. It all changed with the Hexatron aesthetic which it was popular amongst geek and gamer audiences with its focus on dark surfaces, UI and the huge emphasis on blue color.
Because of its bright and minimal design, Frutiger Aero was heavily used in video games meant to ease and relax, such as fl0w or Purble Place. However, Portal, Mirror's Edge, and Spore are notable, and popular examples of the aesthetic in the AAA video game world (the latter two being published by Electronic Arts). Certain engines such as Unreal Engine (used in Mirror's Edge) and the Source Engine (used to create Half-Life, Portal, Garry's Mod, etc.) tended towards the design philosophy of the time.
Although Indie Rock and Electropop were popular during its heyday, it is very difficult to discern what music falls under the Frutiger Aero category. Technozen music, despite technically being from a different aesthetic, can be considered a part of Frutiger Aero, as well as the use of pianos, guitars, violins, digital sound effects, and other synthesized samples, that were commonly used as backround music for advertising, tech design, and video games (particularly on the Wii) during the time period. Certain genres such as Electro House, Progressive House, Trance, Ambient, Synthpop, and early, mellow versions of Dubstep can also qualify as such.
On June 4, 2013, Microsoft released the first retail disc of Xbox 360 Edition with a free gold membership. It cost US$19.99, the same price as the Xbox Arcade version. The game otherwise is identical to the downloadable version. Features such as buying or downloading content on Xbox Live are the same for both versions and they both updated at the same time. It was released in regions or countries supported by Xbox Live. The disc version is updated to TU9.
The game was showcased as a playable demo at MINECON 2011 and was deemed a 'work in progress'. 4J Studios confirmed that it had all the features of Java Edition Beta 1.6.6 when released, and that it would later be updated. IGN also filmed a video at MINECON showing that the graphics look very similar to Java Edition.
In October 2011, Microsoft said the release was planned for Spring 2012. On March 22, the official release date was posted by Larry Hryb, the Director of Programming for Xbox Live, as May 9, and a few days before the game release, HatFilms released "the official trailer" for Xbox 360 Edition.
4J Studios has produced multiple Skin Packs as downloadable content. Each Skin Pack includes about 45 skins to choose from. The first Skin Pack, Skin Pack 1, was released July 16, 2012 at a cost of US$1.99. The Skin Pack contains characters from Xbox 360 games, such as the Master Chief from Halo. On Xbox 360 Edition's birthday, the player can download special skin packs for free. There are many more skin packs, including a Christmas Skin Pack, a Marvel Skin Pack, a Spider-Man Skin Pack and multiple Animal Skin Packs. The Skin Packs also include various original designs created by 4J Studios. In total, there are more than 10 skin packs.
This page gives you direct access to all 450 delisted Xbox 360 titles on the site. This includes retail games that were offered as downloads (Games on Demand) and wholly digital releases (Xbox Live Arcade, Xbox Live Indie Games). Below each title are the companies it relates to. An * in the title denotes a placeholder page that contains basic details. 781b155fdc