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If you were lucky enough to be in Cologne, Germany a few weeks back you may very well have been there for one reason: Gamescom!  There was a lot to do and even more to see, and one of the big “unveiling” events was the confirmation of which games would be released with the XBox […]

By Michael Archbold On 2 Sep, 2013 At 11:11 AM | Categorized As News, PC, Previews, PS4, The Division, Title Updates, Ubisoft, Xbox One | With 1 Comment

  If, like me, you’re a PC gamer that was saddened by the fact that all your PS owning buddies could play Naughty Dog’s post-apocalyptic hit, “The Last of Us”, then you’re about to get some news that may console you.  While Ubisoft’s up-coming game, “The Division” does not have you taking on a world […]

By Russell Nay On 14 Aug, 2013 At 05:22 PM | Categorized As Featured, News, Xbox One | With No Comments
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During IGN’s newest Ask Microsoft Anything, where fans submit questions about new features of the Xbox One, Microsoft revealed that the console will still operate without the use of the Kinect.  In fact, when asked if the Xbox One would still function with the Kinect unplugged,  Xbox Corporate Vice President March Whitten replied that: Xbox […]

By Russell Nay On 8 Aug, 2013 At 10:48 AM | Categorized As Featured, News, Uncategorized, Xbox One | With No Comments
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Currently, the ability to record and upload video game footage using Xbox One’s new “Game DVR” is an exclusive feature for Xbox Live Gold members.  Microsoft confirmed this in both a recent response to One Hit Pixel, concerning the feature’s membership limitations, and on their official Xbox Live features page.  Microsoft stated that, I can […]

By Russell Nay On 29 Jul, 2013 At 11:58 AM | Categorized As Featured, News, Next-Gen, Xbox One | With No Comments
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Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox One will allow indie game developers to self-publish their own games.  Microsoft also confirmed that each standard Xbox One console can be used as a “debug unit”, as well as play retail Xbox One games.  A debug unit, like this one for the PS3, is a special, highly expensive […]

By Kieran Mackintosh On 24 Jul, 2013 At 07:08 PM | Categorized As Featured, Industry, News, Xbox One | With No Comments
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Microsoft has revealed that all Xbox Ones can operate as development kits, implying self-publishing for indie devs. Reports on this story surfaced throughout the day. It seems that the PS4 will not be the only console to allow indie developers to self-publish on their next-gen console. Microsoft’s Xbox corporate VP Marc Whitten has confirmed that indies will be able […]

By Michael Archbold On 23 Jul, 2013 At 07:35 PM | Categorized As Dead Rising 3, Featured, News, Previews, Xbox One | With No Comments
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If, like me, you are looking forward to sinking your teeth into Dead Rising 3, you are quelling your urges by eating up every detailed morsel the developers throw at you. Like a good master feeding his pet, Josh Bridge, producer on the game, gave us these tasty tidbits in an interview with AusGamers. As […]

By Kieran Mackintosh On 23 Jul, 2013 At 04:41 PM | Categorized As Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag, Featured, Industry, News, PC, PS3, PS4, Ubisoft, Xbox 360, Xbox One | With No Comments
'Assassins Creed'

The popular Assassin’s Creed series could eventually have a game set in modern times. One of Ubisoft’s flagship franchises, Assassin’s Creed, might possible get a game in the future where setting is ye olde modern times. According to lead writer Darby McDevitt, however, the Assassin’s Creed franchise’s “historical tourism” is one of the series’ biggest draws. […]

By Michael Archbold On 20 Jul, 2013 At 01:58 PM | Categorized As Dead Rising 3, Featured, News, Xbox One | With No Comments

I remember the unveiling of the Xbox 360 in May 2005. I remember it sold out completely on launch day and I don’t know anyone who hasn’t played, if not owned, an XBox 360. But is this new statement from Capcom a sign that the time has come to put it out to pasture? The […]

By Ed McGlone On 17 Jul, 2013 At 12:49 PM | Categorized As Ext., News, Next-Gen, Xbox One | With No Comments
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Xbox One gamers will be able to play games while they download regardless of whether they are disc-based or downloaded from Xbox Live, a source from Microsoft confirmed to Polygon earlier this week. It was already known that the Xbox One was capable of preforming such a task, it just wasn’t clear whether or not […]

By Ed McGlone On 15 Jul, 2013 At 09:57 PM | Categorized As Featured, News, PS4, Xbox One | With No Comments

According to a Q&A from UK based video game retailer GAME, EA is currently planning to retail their next generation console games for £54.99. If the report is accurate, EA is the first third-party publisher to announce a price point for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One games. Both Microsoft and Sony have indicated that they are not planning on altering […]

By Gavin Olsen On 1 Jul, 2013 At 04:31 PM | Categorized As Featured, News, Previews, PS4, The Division, Xbox One | With No Comments

At this year’s E3 conference it’s no lie that Ubisoft blew the crowd away with their new IP ” Tom Clancy’s The Division”.  It seems to be an open world rpg shooter with stunning graphics and engaging cooperative gameplay. That being said, its very hard to tell what exactly the game is, and what exactly […]

By Kieran Mackintosh On 29 Jun, 2013 At 01:43 AM | Categorized As Featured, News, Next-Gen, Xbox One | With 1 Comment
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Hang on a minute Microsoft, I thought you’d be loosening your grip on the Xbox One, considering you ditched your DRM policies not too long ago. Apparently that doesn’t extend to the Xbox One hardware. For all you Kinect hackers out there, it seems your hopeful Kinect 2.0 hacking aspirations are numbered. Microsoft has confirmed […]

By Kieran Mackintosh On 28 Jun, 2013 At 11:29 PM | Categorized As Call of Duty: Ghosts, Featured, News, Next-Gen, PC, PS3, PS4, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One | With No Comments
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Forgive me for being dubious, but I’m quite skeptical of Infinity Ward developing a game for the generation after next-generation. In a recent interview with EDGE (June 25), Infinity Ward executives Steve Ackrich and Mark Rubin reflected back on their experiences over the past decade and openly discussed key events that “defined the studio’s ethos.” They also discussed […]

By Admin On 28 Jun, 2013 At 04:51 PM | Categorized As Ext., News, PS4, Xbox One | With No Comments

For those of you that want to get your hands on the Xbox One or PS4 before it is officially released, you may want to mark the date of August 28 on your calendars. In preparation for the annual GameStop Expo, it has now been confirmed that attendees will have the opportunity to experience the […]