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Sebastian Guadalupe

Born in Peru, a student of Communications, and a dedicated xbox fan, Sebastian has loved videogames since he was 5 years old and he's determined to show the world that they can be art.

New Halo update for Reach fix issues on Xbox One

Reach Halo Bug fix Xbox One

Halo Reach is getting an update to fix some of the many problems the Backwards Compatibility version has, the update launches on October 7th. Halo: Reach is one of Backwards Compatibility’s biggest issues, the Xbox 360 fan favorite became available for the Backwards Compatibility program on December 17th 2015 but it’s nearly unplayable on the Xbox One and any attempt ...

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HTC Vive has almost double the Oculus Rift’s steam users

HTC Vive rises in sales

2016 has been quite a year for virtual reality, with the Oculus Rift’s release on March 28th, the HTC Vive’s release on April 5th, and Playstation VR releasing on October 13th. People were quite interested in knowing their global sales, especially when considering the fact that they can cost up to $800, and while sales figures have been relatively sparse ...

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Mortal Kombat X gets its long awaited patch

Mortal Kombat X patch 10

Mortal Kombat X had quite the support after its release in 2015, the best selling game in the franchise has had up until now two DLC packs with more than 8 new characters to choose from. But if there was a criticism players had it was the lack of balance patches in 2016, many considered the game to have balance ...

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Yooka Laylee gets physical, follows Shovel Knight’s footsteps

yooka laylee on track

Waiting for Yooka Laylee is a struggle for anyone who grew up with a Nintendo 64, the kickstarted spiritual successor to Rare’s greatest works like Banjo Kazooie, Banjo Tooie and Conker’s Bad Fur Day (you decide if you want to count Donkey Kong 64 in there or not) releases in Q1 2017 and it’s blatantly clear that the developers Playtonic Games are really ...

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Lost Odyssey more expensive due to Backwards Compatibility

lost odyssey more expensive with backwards compatibility

Lost Odyssey is remembered fondly by early Xbox 360 owners because its a reminder of the time when the console held a lot of promise, exclusive games like Mass Effect and Blue Dragon were being released constantly and it seemed like the console was unstoppable. When Lost Odyssey released, critics seemed to think that the game was good but not great, ...

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Sunset Overdrive 2 is not an impossibility, according to Insomniac Games

sunset overdrive 2 still a success

Sunset Overdrive was quite an interesting experiment, the open world 3rd person shooter developed by Insomniac games was pretty well received and people who played it seem to have enjoyed it. However, since Microsoft was pretty silent about aditional content aside from two underwhelming DLC story expansions, it was a reasonable assumption that a sequel was completely out of the question. However things may ...

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The beloved Stardew Valley gets gigantic update today!

stardew valley update october 3

Developed by the developer ConcernedApe and published by Chucklefish Games (The team that developed Starbound and published Risk of Rain), Stardew Valley was one of the biggest surprises of the year, a Harvest Moon-inspired farming simulator that silently released on February to positive critical reception but it was also completely embraced by the gaming community, with 400’000 copies sold in two weeks. Since ...

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Xbox One hardware sales see significant increase in the UK

xbox-one-sales-increase-in-uk

It’s no secret that the Xbox One has tanked (in terms of sales) on many countries: Germany, Japan, Belgium, South America in general, but there are still parts of world where Microsoft´s latest console is having really good sales, with the biggest Xbox markets being the United Kingdom and the United States. Last week saw the Xbox One get an ...

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