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Xbox Ultimate Summer Sale

Xbox Ultimate Summer Sale Breakdown

Starting next week, the Xbox Ultimate Summer Sale will begin; to get the hype ball rolling, Xbox’s Major Nelson has released a teaser trailer showcasing some of the deals. The Xbox summer sales are never of the same caliber as other grand sales, like Steam’s Summer Sale, but Xbox is promising a whopping 70 discounted games between July 7th and July 13th. But they’re promising that ...

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Xbox Games with Gold July 2015

Xbox Games with Gold offerings for July 2015

Major Nelson has just revealed what kind of free games you can pick up for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 for the month of July as part of the Games with Gold program. Xbox One Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag will be the first game to be offered for Xbox One users. Well received upon launch, Black Flag takes the ...

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Xbox One Backwards Compatability

Xbox One Backwards Compatibility: How it will work

One of the most requested features that came with the new generation of consoles was backwards compatibility. With the PS3 and Xbox 360 having a lifespan that lasted almost a decade by the time the new consoles were announced, it was unsurprising that people grew attached to their libraries of games, both from a sentimental and financial point of view. ...

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Xbox 360 DLC also backwards compatible

Xbox 360 DLC is also Backwards Compatible

At E3, Xbox made huge news when they surprised everyone by announcing that the Xbox One would become backwards compatible with 360 content. This was a hugely fan requested feature and was noticeably absent from the current lineup of next-gen consoles; unless we consider the PS4’s streaming program, PlayStation Now, that will let you stream PS1, PS2, and PS3 games ...

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Ten Great Licensed Games

Licensed games are a pretty divisive topic in the gaming industry. For every five excellent licensed games, there seem to be ten that are absolutely horrible. Tomorrow, Batman: Arkham Knight will be released, and LEGO Jurassic World was released last week. In celebration of the release of these incredible games, I’ve compiled a list of ten incredible licensed games that prove that these ...

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Telltale

Telltale Announces New Walking Dead Mini-Series

While Telltale has ventured into a number of big-name IPs in the last couple years (Borderlands, Game of Thrones), they’re still very well known for the explosive impact that The Walking Dead made on the gaming world just a few years ago. Personally, I was blown away by Season 1 and have had very few experiences as emotional as that ...

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Xbox One will be backwards compatible

Xbox One Will Be Backwards Compatible

It actually happened. The biggest flaw in this generations consoles, in many people’s eyes, was that both consoles never had backwards compatibility. It seemed like a silly decision, especially because the prior generation had made this possible. For many, those old consoles and their games were either traded in, or sat and collected dust as newer consoles and games began ...

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Disney Infinity V.P. shames amiibo shortages

Remember when Skylanders and Disney Infinity were released, and there were little to no shortages of figures? That all changed when Nintendo tossed its red cap in the ring. For a company that used to make toys prior to video games, Nintendo’s done a remarkably poor job with its amiibos. Collectors have to be dedicated to deal with the shortages, ...

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Xbox Free Games

Xbox Live Games with Gold for June Revealed

Major Nelson has just released the Games with Gold list for Xbox users for the month of June. Xbox One players can get Massive Chalice and Pool Nation FX (again) while Xbox 360 players can get Just Cause 2 from June 1st to June 15th, and Thief from the 16th to the end of the month. Massive Chalice is a ...

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Kinect

Microsoft discuss the Kinect and its future on Xbox One.

Since my article about motion controls has been published a few days a go, Microsoft’s head of Xbox, Phil Spencer has given an interview with Edge where he discussed the Kinect and plans for the device moving forward with the Xbox One. “We’ll continue to build functionality to make it a valuable part of the ecosystem,” was Spencer’s stance was ...

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