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Smite is coming to the Xbox One soon


Smite is a multiplayer online battle arena game in third person, developed and published by Hi-rez Studios for Microsoft Windows. The game allows players to assume the mantle of different gods from six different mythologies: Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Chinese, Mayan and Norse, and battle against each other in a dynamic, action-oriented environment. Smite has been released in march 25 this year and it ...

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Xbox One Digital TV Tuner for announced for Europe


Today Microsoft has announced a new add-on for the Xbox One. It is Xbox One Digital TV Tuner and it represents a completely new way to watch TV on your Xbox One. The tuner itself is designed to function just like the HDMI pass-through port. The main implication for this is that users can now watch free to air TV ...

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Sunset Overdrive’s Xbox One exclusivity explained by Insomniac Games


Insomniac Games’ Sunset Overdrive is one of most anticipated Xbox One exclusives of the year. But interestingly enough, almost all of the titles developed by the studio until now have been for PlayStation consoles. So why the sudden change of heart? Well, even though Insomniac has been traditionally associated with Sony and its platforms, they are an independent developer first and foremost. It ...

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DirectX 12 will not help The Witcher 3 reach 1080p on the Xbox One


Following the DirectX 12 unveiling at GDC 2014 Microsoft was heard saying on more than one occasion that this new collection of APIs will help improve the performance of the Xbox One. Developers will presumably be able to create richer scenes with more objects and make more efficient use of the console’s GPU. But can DirectX 12 also help with ...

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Xbox One vs PS4: Sony sold three times more consoles than Microsoft in Q1 2014


Sony Entertainment revealed its financial report for the first quarter of 2014, which began in April and ended on June 30. The results were rather surprising, but perhaps not completely unexpected. The company’s revenue from games saw an increase of 95.7 percent compared to the first quarter of 2013. Sony’s Games and Network Services branch managed to generate no less than 257.5 billion ...

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Microsoft looking to bring virtual reality to the Xbox One

FOVE virtual reality

According to an exclusive report by TechRadar, Microsoft is looking to bring virtual reality to the Xbox One. Last week the company accepted FOVE into its Microsoft Ventures London programme, which is designed to help technology start-ups develop their products. FOVE hit the headlines recently with its claim that it had created the first ever head-mounted eye-tracking display. As well ...

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EA announces EA Access, a game subscription service


EA has announced that they are launching a brand new game subscription service called EA Access. The service, a partnership between EA and Microsoft, will offer Xbox One users the chance to pay a subscription fee to gain access to a variety of games from the publisher. “At EA, we are always looking for new ways to make it easier ...

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GTA 5 PC, PS4, Xbox One releasing November 7th according to retailer


Fall is approaching fast and we still don’t know the exact release date for the PC, Xbox One, and PS4 versions of GTA 5. Or do we? While Rockstar isn’t willing to talk just yet, online retailers sure are. Earlier this month we reported that the highly anticipated title was spotted on CoolShop’s website with the release date of November 14th. Now ...

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PS4 update 1.75 finally adds 3D Blu-Ray support, Sony announces


PS4 owners rejoice! Sony officially announced that a new system software update is currently in the works and will be arriving sometime next week. This is great news considering that update 1.75 adds a feature that people were demanding for the longest time. Starting next week you will finally be able to watch Blu-Ray movies in 3D directly on your ...

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