Posts Tagged ‘xbox’

Details about Microsoft’s plans for gamescom

by Tatiana Dinuon August 1, 2014
Microsoft is making big plans for their Xbox gamescom presentation. They announced important Xbox news like the reveal of Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare multiplayer, some interesting interviews, gameplay and behind the scenes videos. The whole presentation can be seen on Xbox Live on August 12 at 2pm CET/1pm UK/8pm EDT. Below you can see […]

This Week on Xbox Live – July 23rd

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon July 23, 2014
As I wrote a couple of days ago, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Training Lair is a new free arcade title for your Xbox 360 Kinect starting today. Also you can try the new fantasy card-game Might & Magic: Duel of Champions – Forgotten Wars  or the fourth episode of the The Walking Dead Season 2. […]

Don’t let Microsoft get away with this again

by Tyler Colpon July 9, 2014
Let’s start with the facts. Microsoft said in July 2013 that game developers would be able to use retail Xbox One consoles, the ones you can go out and buy today, as developer kits. Typically, hardware companies like Microsoft and Sony will send development kits, dev kits for short, to game makers. They use these […]


Gotham City Fortress 2

by Maggie Wilandon July 7, 2014
One of the games that comes with Games With Gold this month on XBL for the 360 is “Gotham City Imposters”, which I’ve been wanting to play for a long time now but could never afford because other things cost money like groceries, hookers, or keeping my child factory slave labors employed. Hey, those kids […]

Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack!!! Review

by Maggie Wilandon June 27, 2014
This past week, I was able to download “Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack!!!” or, as it’s also known, “Our title is too fucking long”. I actually was very interested in this game because this sort of thing is right up my alley. Being a girl who grew up playing side scrolling puzzle platformers, I […]
Battlefield Hardline

E3 2014: Battlefield Hardline Beta Available Today

by Sean Garmeron June 9, 2014
Today, EA announced at the end of their own press conference that the Battlefield Hardline beta will be available today. PS4 and PC players who already have Battlefield 4 will be able to sign up for the beta on their systems or by visiting the Battlefield website. EA has even provided an incentive for PS3 […]

Rainbow Six Siege

E3 2014: Ubisoft Surprises With Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege

by Sean Garmeron June 9, 2014
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot appeared at the end of the Ubisoft press conference to announce, one more game. Considering Ubisoft already showed off plenty of Tom Clancy’s The Division, it was surprising to see another Tom Clancy announced today. However, when you factor in that it has been six years since we’ve seen a Rainbow […]
Rise of the Tomb Raider

E3 2014: Crystal Dynamics Reveals Rise of the Tomb Raider

by Sean Garmeron June 9, 2014
Though it had been revealed that Square-Enix had made domain names for a possible Tomb Raider sequel, no footage of the game had surfaced. So in one of the really big surprises at Microsoft’s E3 press conference, Crystal Dynamics came on stage to reveal Rise of the Tomb Raider. The trailer shown below splices in […]

Microsoft’s Lamest, Coolest and Most Surprising E3 Moments

by Robert Craciunon June 9, 2014
The Microsoft’s E3 conference has just ended. Millions of fans and gamers watched it live, including myself, so I thought I should highlight some particular… moments. Moments that surprised and shocked, moments that seemed lame and moments that seemed cool. Just moments that affect both the gamers and the gaming world and set the mark […]


The next Call of Duty won’t be third-person

by Tyler Colpon April 25, 2014
If there’s one thing Activision shouldn’t do with its massive, blockbuster series is alienate the people playing them. The Call of Duty series continues to sell millions of copies and switching the game to third-person could noticeably impact those numbers. I don’t want to get all business-y on you, but Activision is a company that […]

Spencer says that Microsoft is bringing more than excitement at E3 2014

by Tatiana Dinuon April 24, 2014
Even if Phil Spencer was promoted to head of Xbox, he still has time to communicate with gamers online. His recent posts inform that Microsoft is not going to bring only excitement to E3 2014: “Bringing more than hype, bringing games.” Another player said to Spencer not to forget that he said that they are […]

The dedicated Xbox Stores in London will be closed this month by GAME

by Tatiana Dinuon April 16, 2014
According to MCV the dedicated Xbox Stores in the Boxpark area in Shoreditch, London will be closed this month. The stores were opened in June 2013 for GAME and Microsoft as an experiment to promote and sell Xbox One. GAME said that the experiment was successful and that the company has opened 320 Xbox sections in […]