According to Xbox Head Phil Spencer, backwards compatibility is boosting Xbox One sales as demonstrated by the great month of June for Microsoft. Backwards compatibility has been announced at E3 2015 and is now in beta, only available for those who are part of the Preview Program.
Based on what Spencer said to a fan, it looks like many Xbox 360 users ...read more
Black Ops 2 has knocked Red Dead Redemption from the top spot for the most requested game for Xbox One backward compatibility.
It’s a close call between the two – only last week, Red Dead Redemption was topping the chart with over 3,000 more votes than Black Ops 2.
As of today, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has 78,245 votes, while Red ...read more
Deep Silver may be working on a definitive edition of Dead Island, that’s if a listing from South African retailer Loot.co.za is to be believed.
Dead Island Definitive Edition is listed to be coming to the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC and is scheduled to be released on November 13, 2015. The listing doesn’t disclose what we can expect from the Definitive Edition, such ...read more
Star Wars fans on Xbox One will be able to play the upcoming next-gen shooter from developer DICE first, according to a games marketing leader at Microsoft. Responding to the excitement over Star Wars Battlefront‘s upcoming gameplay reveal on Twitter, Xbox Marketing Lead Aaron Greenberg told fans that they’ll be able to “play it first on Xbox One.”
Microsoft announced that the Gears of War franchise would be returning to PC at E3 this year, when they confirmed that The Coalition’s remake of the original title in the franchise, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, would be launching on PC in addition to the previously announced Xbox One release. However, it does seem as though PC players won’t be ...read more
Although it was rumored a while back, it has now been officially confirmed- Konami’s pro Evolution Soccer 2016 will indeed be running in a full 1080p on the Xbox One, according to an announcement made just now on the developer’s official Twitter.
This spells good news not just for fans of PES, but also for Xbox One fans in general- the report that leaked PES 2016 being 1080p on the ...read more
The Rare Replay was officially announced at this year’s E3 and now, just a few weeks before it’s officially released we know pretty much how much space it’s going to take up on your Xbox One. The gaming collection, featuring titles that are some of the most beloved in Xbox lore is coming August 4 and will actually have a sort of changeable size of content, depending on which games you’re most intere ...read more
On the same day that the Tremor DLC was officially unveiled, Mortal Kombat devs seemed to hint that more DLC would eventually be coming down the pike. NetherRealm Studios hosted an official stream yesterday where it showed off all there is to know about Tremor and at the same time, seemed to hint that more, characters are coming without divulging when or which ones.
Most of the info abo ...read more
The next PS4 system software update is “coming soon”, Sony has announced.
Unfortunately it doesn’t add whatever exciting feature it is you’ve been nagging Sony for; firmware 2.57 is “a minor update that improves stability of some features”.
Aren’t you glad you have been informed of this fascinating development? At least you’ll know not to get excited when you hit the update screen next.
Much to the likely chagrin of Microsoft, a federal judge announced this week that he was letting a lawsuit that had to do with the Xbox 360 console scratching some game discs to move forward. Ars Technica is reporting the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals made the ruling on Monday and basically set the table for Microsoft to have to face off against a potential class-action lawsuit. ...read more