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Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has received a brand new update today on the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility. Since it was an emulated game on Xbox One, this update mostly related to the emulation of it on the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program. Black Ops 2 was the most requested Call of Duty game for Backwards Compatibility on the Xbox One and it was finally made available to users this ...read more
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Fans of the Battlefield franchise are very familiar with hunting down incredibly well-hidden easter eggs and that hasn’t been an exception for 2016’s Battlefield 1. The World War 1 first-person shooter has been out for months, but the community is still in the process of unlocking some of the game’s easter eggs. One more of those mysteries can be checked off the list today as a Battlefield ...read more
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Prop Hunt is back in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered—at least temporarily. The popular game mode originally appeared as a joke over the April Fools’ weekend. Now, demand from the fans has brought it back, even better than before. One new addition is the Killcam, allowing players to witness their epic deaths at the hands of a table or a box. You’ll be able to see a montage of ...read more
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The Hot Wheels expansion is not the only thing coming to Forza Horizon 3 next month. Forza community manager Ian Webster confirmed on NeoGAF that the PC version is getting “significant improvements” in a patch releasing alongside the expansion on May 9, which was noted yesterday in the announcement. Some of these include improved support for many popular driving wheels, additional ...read more
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Sony has released its results for the end of the fiscal year, revealing that 60 million PlayStation 4 consoles have now been shipped to retailers. According to the report, the company shipped 20 million units in the most recent fiscal year (April 1st, 2016 to March 31st, 2017), with 2.9 million units being shipped in the fourth and final quarter, which is up from the 2.3 million shipped during ...read more
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The incredibly popular—and short-lived—NES Classic Edition sold just over 2.3 million units before being discontinued, and now Nintendo has shed new light on why the company chose to kill it off at the height of its success. The retro console launched just before the holiday season, and an eager public snapped up the available supply so quickly that many potential customers never even saw ...read more
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Sony has a lot going on with the gaming market these days, with the PlayStation 4 selling an impressive number of units, and the PlayStation 4 Pro doing pretty good as well. But does Sony have plans for an even newer system to come down the line? According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, Macquarie Capital Securities analyst Damian Thong has noted that he “expected Sony to release ...read more
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Call of Duty: World War 2 is looking to tell a story about World War 2 (obviously…). And this story will be primarily told in game, and not via cutscenes, according to what the game’s Senior Creative Director Bret Robbins said to Glixel. “Our story is much more character-focused. The big moments fall flat if you don’t care about the guys you’re with. The climax of our story lives or ...read more
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It’s been a rough few months for Microsoft on the first-party front, after the sudden cancellation of the heavily hyped Scalebound (in partnership with Platinum Games) and the free-to-play role-playing adventure Fable Legends, which later led to the closure of Lionhead Studios. But the company remains firm, insisting that it has a killer line-up of games planned for E3 in a couple of months ...read more
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Today is a good day, well at least for Xbox One gamers. Why? Because today Xbox’s Larry Hryb announced via Twitter that Dead Space 2 and Dead Space 3 are following Dead Space to Xbox One via Backward Compatibility, completing the trilogy on the console. Oh, and a bunch of hunting games are coming too. But..Dead Space, so who really cares? The news of the second and third games in the popular ...read more
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