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Rime Re-Revealed as Multi-Platform Adventure

/ Jan 3rd, 2017 Rime, a former PlayStation-exclusive adventure game, has broken a long period of silence to be re-revealed as a multi-platform 0 comments continue reading >>

State of the Union: 2016, Goodbye

/ Dec 30th, 2016 It is natural to take stock and reflect back on the previous year as a new one approaches. Every 0 comments continue reading >>

Gears of War 4 Review: Fenix Rises

/ Nov 15th, 2016 For a half decade, the testosterone-fueled Gears of War trilogy ruled the Xbox 360. Its musclehead heroes tore aliens 0 comments continue reading >>

ReCore Review: Beautiful Mess

/ Oct 7th, 2016 A lot has been said about ReCore. The game isn’t without faults, but it isn’t as bad as it 0 comments continue reading >>

12 Important Things We Know About the Xbox One S

/ Jun 17th, 2016 At the Xbox press conference at E3 2016, Microsoft made a major announcement regarding its Xbox hardware. Only two-and-a-half 0 comments continue reading >>

Xbox One Slim Leaked

/ Jun 12th, 2016 Xbox One Slim images have leaked online a day before Microsoft‘s E3 2016 press conference. The image of the 2 comments continue reading >>

Gears of War 4 Gets Season Pass and Ultimate Edition

/ Apr 25th, 2016 Microsoft announced Gear of War 4 is receiving an Ultimate edition which is now available for pre-order along with 0 comments continue reading >>

Every Xbox One Backwards Compatible Game

/ Mar 30th, 2016 A major component of Microsoft’s Xbox One strategy going forward is backwards compatibility. Gamers will now be able to 0 comments continue reading >>

Below Takes Players to Death’s Door This Summer

/ Mar 17th, 2016 Capybara Games released a new trailer for its upcoming game Below at the IGF Awards. New gameplay footage and 0 comments continue reading >>

Microsoft Announces Cross-Network Play

/ Mar 14th, 2016 Microsoft announced that games using Xbox Live will allow developers to support cross-network play. Cross-platform play is now being 0 comments continue reading >>