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XBox One May Be Getting Bigger And Smaller At Once

by Peter Paltridgeon May 25, 2016
Rumors are flying today that Microsoft plans to reveal two new models of the XBox One at their E3 presentation. One model will be a smaller and cheaper version of the console we have today. The other will be an upgraded version with a bigger hard drive and more powerful GPU. Sony is reportedly planning […]
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Some Xbox One Games That May Be Announced As Backwards Compatible At E3

by Alex Beanon May 23, 2016
E3 – the Electronic Entertainment Expo to be held in Los Angeles from on June 14-16, 2016 – is typically the site of many and various announcements from major companies on their products and Microsoft will be no different as they are expected to announce a variety of video games that will be backward compatible […]

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Dates Revealed For Sony And Microsoft’s E3 Conferences

by Peter Paltridgeon May 17, 2016
Sony Interactive Entertainment announced today exactly when their yearly E3 conference will commence. You’ll be able to watch their newest press briefing at 6 PM. PT, 9 PM ET on Monday, June 13. Will they reveal an awesome new trailer for a surprise unknown game? Will they also reveal something kooky and weird that we’ll […]
Gears Of War 4 Goes All Simon And Garfunkel On JD Fenix

Gears Of War 4 Goes All Simon And Garfunkel On JD Fenix

by Alex Beanon April 12, 2016
The newest trailer for “Gears of War 4” soon to be found on Microsoft Xbox One console gaming systems features JD Fenix and a cover of a little ditty from popular 1960s hippie folk artists Simon and Garfunkel [that’s info for people younger than 30 without hippie parents]… Video credit: Microsoft Xbox

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New XBox One Update Adds 360 Games, 16-Person Chat

by Peter Paltridgeon March 23, 2016
The XBox One’s new backwards compatibility feature is pretty keen, but what if you don’t own one of those old discs and don’t feel like hunting around the used game bins to find one? Today that problem was solved: Microsoft introduced a new firmware update to their console that will let consumers buy XBox 360 […]
Microsoft Xbox Finds Its Quantum Break Nirvana With Its Cinematic Trailer

Microsoft Xbox Finds Its Quantum Break Nirvana With Its Cinematic Trailer

by Alex Beanon March 11, 2016
We are not certain how Kurt Cobain would have felt about a poor version of one of his band Nirvana’s seminal songs – “Come As You Are” – being used to tout a video game…wait, on second thought, yes we do. Nevertheless, Microsoft will use it anyway in its cinematic trailer for “Quantum Break” [release […]

Xbox Marches In With Live Game Lineup

Xbox Marches In With Live Game Lineup

by Alex Beanon February 24, 2016
Beware the ides of March – or just play some video games – either way is fine. For your video game-playing portion of March, Microsoft Xbox has released their games they will be making available and they include “Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishment” for Xbox One and “Borderlands” for Xbox 360 [through backward compatibility]…
Holy Moly! Where Did The Time Go In The Quantum Break Cemetery Trailer?

Holy Moly! Where Did The Time Go In The Quantum Break Cemetery Trailer?

by Alex Beanon February 11, 2016
Time is most definitely on Jack Joyce’s side in the trailer entitled “The Cemetery” for the upcoming release [April 5, 2016] of “Quantum Break” on Microsoft Xbox…

New LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens Video Game Trailer

New LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens Video Game Trailer

by Alex Beanon February 2, 2016
There was a disturbance in the Force – did you feel it? That’s probably because Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games, The LEGO Group and Lucasfilm have announced that they will be producing a LEGO video game version of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”, which will launch on June 28, 2016. The game is said […]
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Sixteen More XBox 360 Games Now Playable On XBox One

by Peter Paltridgeon December 17, 2015
Ah, good, the number of compatible titles with the XBox One’s backwards compatibility service has been expanded! Sixteen additional 360 games now work with the new console, in addition to the 104 the feature launched with not too long ago. Halo: Reach now works with XBox One, as does Deux Ex, Portal, Fable III and […]