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Halo 5: Guardians E3 Gameplay Reveal

Halo 5: Guardians at E3

Everyone had been expecting it, waiting for it, and 343 delivered. 343 Industries opened for the Xbox E3 conference to reveal a gameplay trailer of Halo 5: Guardians. The reveal gave us gameplay trailers from the campaign as well as multiplayer, offering us a pretty good glimpse of what’s to come. The Campaign will follow two separate squads of Spartans: one ...

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Xbox Game Preview – Early Access on Console

Xbox Game Preview

Today at Xbox’s E3 conference they announced a new feature for the console called Xbox Game Preview. The new feature will be available immediately, so feel free to jump onto your console and check it out. The new feature is essentially early access, like on Steam, but on your Xbox One console. If you sign up for the program you ...

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Rare Replay Coming to Xbox One on August 4

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Rare Replay was announced during today’s Microsoft E3 conference. Rumors that a collection of Rare games would be coming to Xbox One have been floating around for a while now, and it turns out that the collection is real – and it’ll be coming to Xbox One on August 4, 2015 for $30. Check out the trailer below. If we freeze ...

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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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A Few Xbox One Exclusives Are NOT Coming To E3

Xbox One Exclusives not at E3

With E3 just days away, and all of the hype that comes with it, it may come as a surprise that Microsoft announced that several of their exclusives won’t be making an appearance at E3. And this is despite Phil Spencer’s claim that “this year we have the greatest games lineup in Xbox console history.” So whatever it is that ...

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Halo 5 Online Co-op Requires XBL-Gold

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Halo and Xbox players rejoiced at the news released earlier this week about the online availability and content being shipped with the fall released of Halo 5: Guardians.  In a Game Informer interview, 343 Industries touted the fact that there will be 20 multiplayer maps with launch, plus, Xbox Live Gold membership will not be required to play the always-fun ...

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Store More & Control Better With the New Xbox One

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Microsoft officially announced some feature and cosmetic changes to its Xbox One console and controller. The new box will retail for $400, but will include double the storage space than current models, as well as a new matte-black finish. The 1TB hard drive should create much more room for the growing digital storefronts the new generations of consoles have adapted ...

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Mega Man Legacy Collection Announced

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Yesterday, Capcom officially announced Mega Man Legacy Collection. Digital Eclipse developed the collection, and Capcom will be publishing it. You can check out the trailer below. Mega Man Legacy Collection will bring the first six Mega Man games to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo 3DS, and PC. Despite Nintendo’s “Mega May” promotion, there don’t seem to be any plans to bring the ...

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Xbox One gets a HD Streaming Boost with HEVC

Xbox One gets HD HEVC

Earlier this month, Larry Hryb tweeted that an Xbox One update would be going out with a few background changes to prepare for the future. The new update changes may be in regards to the coming Windows 10. But, who knows. Your Xbox One will get a small update today. No new features. Just a few behind the scenes changes ...

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6 Must-Own Xbox One Games

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For months I have been eager to piece together a rundown of my personal Top 10 Games of the Generation (thus far) but it wasn’t until I put pen to paper, or rather finger to keyboard, when I realized that I was unable to even think of this many that were particularly great, let alone good enough to qualify as a “top” ...

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