Over the last two days, rumors regarding August 2017’s games with gold offers have been abundant, with a variety of sites covering the alleged leaks for next months Games with Gold. Although some of the rumored offers seemed like they could be legitimate contenders for August 2017’s Games with Gold offer, many sounded too good to be true. Some of the most notable rumors included Forza ...[Read More]
2K Games and Hangar 13 announced the next expansion for Mafia III, which will be titled Sign of the Times and will be released on July 25th. Lincoln Clay will face a new threat to New Bordeaux, a violent group of cultists called The Ensanglante, who are hell-bent on restoring righteousness and order to New Bordeaux through violent rituals. The new content will have a few new features and weapons t...[Read More]
I’ve played a ton of video games in my life, so it can take a lot for a game or mechanic to impress me. The freedom and movement and progression in Crackdown is one of the lucky bunch that has stuck with me since I first played it back in 2007 on the Xbox 360. I loved collecting orbs and seeing the progression along my path of destruction. So, when it was announced that Crackdown 3 would be ...[Read More]
The announcement of a new console is exciting for two groups: developers and players. The decision to launch a console is an impressive feat. The sheer amount of work is mind-boggling, from marketing, design specifications, and a set price point. Microsoft announced the Xbox One X (Project Scorpio) to fans screaming and clapping. So, why can’t fans throw money and pre-order?
When it comes to the almost annual Assassin’s Creed franchise, I’ve always reserved my excitement. I thought the first game was a phenomenal idea and I even enjoyed Assassin’s Creed 2. However, I lost touch with these games shortly after trying out Brotherhood, finding most of them to be the same song and dance. For many players, this was the case as well. Ubisoft also lost a bun...[Read More]
Well, its time to reflect on the Microsoft press conference. There was a ton to unpack with 42 games to check out and the new Xbox One X that will play them in superior performance. Out of all the announcements though, the retro enthusiast in me yelled in triumph when Microsoft declared that original Xbox games were coming to Xbox One systems later this year. The first title they showed off was a ...[Read More]
With E3 less than a week away, developers and publishers have been teasing and even showcasing what will be shown at the upcoming show. Microsoft is no different, and they have been posting teaser videos that are meant to hype and excite its fans for the unveiling of their Project Scorpio. While we know some features of the upcoming “super Xbox One” console, most of the details are shr...[Read More]
Kholat, a horror title developed by IMGN.PRO for PC and PlayStation 4, is headed to Xbox One on June 9th, 2017. Originally released in 2015, Kholat is based on the true events of the Dyatlov Pass Incident in 1959, which “took the lives of nine Russian students who went on an expedition in the northern Ural Mountains.” No one knows what happened to these students, and in Kholat, your on...[Read More]
Microsoft has announced that Xbox Game Pass is now available on Xbox One for all Xbox Live Gold subscribers. For those unfamiliar, Xbox Game Pass gives subscribers unlimited access to over 100 titles. These include Xbox One games and some in the Xbox 360 Backward Compatability Program. The list of 100 games will be tweaked each and every month, and as long as a game is a part of Xbox Game Pass, yo...[Read More]
For months, fans of the cult classic Phantom Dust have waited with bated breath, wondering whether or not the remastered version of Microsoft’s Phantom Dust was still in development or had been canceled. This fear was put to rest when Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, answered a fan’s question on Twitter regarding the progress of Phantom Dust; In his response, he stated that Phantom Dust was...[Read More]
With over 30 million people playing Overwatch, it’s no surprise that many gamers enjoy a particular element of the game. That element?
Revealed at last year’s E3, the latest console from Xbox was revealed to be dubbed Project Scorpio. This upgrade for the Xbox One platform was shown off in a pretty concept heavy trailer that talked in grandeur, but didn’t really pin down what the console actually was, what it does, or how it does it. Exclusively shared on Eurogamer, we finally have some specifications for the unit, on...[Read More]