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If you’re pre-loading Gears of War 4, you won’t have to download anything on launch day. Now that the pre-load for Gears of War 4 is available to both Xbox One and PC players, some are beginning to wonder if there’s a patch in works to be released on launch day. Many games drop a patch at the very last minute – launch day, as developers are usually hard at work on content right up ...read more
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Lost Odyssey, a fan-favorite RPG from the creator of Final Fantasy, is now Xbox One backwards compatible. Microsoft had made great strides in providing backwards compatibility for classic games lately, and today is no exception. Now JRPG fans can get excited to see a unique gem reach modern consoles – Lost Odyssey, the 2008 game designed by Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi. Lost ...read more
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is a digital-only affair that comes bundled with special editions of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and won’t be available for separate purchase. Since Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare doesn’t release until early November, what’s this launch trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered doing here today? Well, you see, if you pre-order Call ...read more
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The most recent Call of Duty to be made available on backwards compatibility, World at War, seems to have benefited from the jump to Xbox One. The Xbox 360 version of Call of Duty: World at War was released on Xbox One via backwards compatibility earlier this week. The game was targeting 60 frames-per-second back in the day, but constantly missed that target in single-player when the action ...read more
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The Xbox One S has been on the market for almost two months, and we can say it’s doing quite well – at least in the United Kingdom. According to MCV, Xbox One console sales increased by an impressive 989% week-on-week, ending with a 71% share on the gaming hardware market last week. While Microsoft claims it isn’t trying to kick off a console war with this launch, it is worth noting that ...read more
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Eventually, no one will be in this sky. No Man’s Sky was supposed to have an enormous universe which players could spend lifetimes exploring. As it turns out, we got tired of it in a month. Sure, the game had an astounding number of players in its opening week, but that number has quickly dwindled below 100 on Steam’s game rankings. According to stats pulled by Digital Spy, No Man’s ...read more
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Sony has just revealed the full list of free games that will be available to all subscribers of PlayStation Plus in the month on October 2016. The first game available for PlayStation 4 owners is the remastered HD version of the original Resident Evil, one of the pioneers in the survival horror genre of video games, and one that greatly influences the genre till this very day. The game will ...read more
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It’s not been many days since we heard about the Nintendo 64 Emulator that appeared on Xbox One Store. The app, called Win64e10, emulated classic Nintendo games on Xbox One, letting players cherish some of the Nintendo classics. Introduced over the weekend, the app has been creating a buzz. But like expected, Microsoft has now stepped in to the scene to bring down the app from its store. ...read more
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An okay list of discounts on many blockbuster games this week on the Xbox Store. As per usual, Microsoft revealed the list of deals available on the Xbox Games Store this week for both Xbox 360 and Xbox One. On Xbox One, most of the big discounts are reserved for Gold subscribers. Mirror’s Edge Catalyst is down 25 percent off, with recent release NHL 17 surprisingly on sale already, at a ...read more
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Finally, after having been promised since before the game launched, Black Ops 3 mod tools are now available to the public. Prior to the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, developer Treyarch surprised everyone when it announced that modding and map tools will indeed be coming to the game post launch. After some closed alpha testing, the tools have now entered open beta, ready for anyone ...read more
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