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VGBlogger.com reviews Xbox Live Arcade multiplayer first-person shooter Nexuiz. Is this throwback to the days of Unreal Tournament and Quake Arena worth your time? Read on to find out.

"Having been on the radar for quite some time, Illfonic’s Nexuiz is finally available to download for Xbox 360 via the Xbox LIVE Arcade, and is coming soon to PlayStation 3 and PC. Having begun life as a community project based on a modified version of the QUAKE engine, the original launch of Nexuiz was as a groundbreaking free-to-play title. The popularity of the original Nexuiz lead to the interest from Illfonic, and with that all had changed: using the CryENGINE 3 as it’s basis, Nexuiz look..."

Nexuiz was released for the Xbox LIVE Arcade yesterday. It is an intensely fast paced arena shooter which eliminates camping completing. This provides a step in the right direction for shooters and for 800 Microsoft Points it is a must-buy.

THQ released some new screenshots for upcoming FPS Nexuiz earlier today. The game is set to be released on Xbox LIVE in two days and will cost 800 Microsoft Points to download.

Gamesta.com has some good news for oldschool shooter fans. Nexuiz is bringing back the days from Unreal Tournament and Quake Arena. The THQ title will be the first to run on Crytek's CryEngine 3 since Crysis 2.

New trailer and screenshots highlight the Dynamic Mutator power-ups central to the gameplay in Nexuiz, IllFonic's multiplayer arena FPS starring in the XBLA 'House Party' promo and also coming later to PC and PS3.

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"A new project currently in development by the team responsible for the widely popular Nexuiz has been revealed today. Xonotic will be a free (GPL), fast-paced First-Person Shooter (FPS) for Microsoft Windows, Mac OSX and Linux. Xonotic is a direct successor of the Nexuiz Project, which is currently being converted to console formats by newly formed publishers Illfonic."

"Independent developer and publisher IllFonic has announced its plans to launch the futuristic arena-based First-Person Shooter (FPS), Nexuiz, across downloadable console platforms in 2010. Originally developed by Alientrap Software as a free open source shooter in 2005 for the PC, Nexuiz has been downloaded by over four million unique users. IllFonic’s remake of Nexuiz for console gamers features a new Victorian influenced art style that is simultaneously futuristic and sophisticated."