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Mar
25

April’s Game With Gold Revealed For Xbox One and Xbox 360

April showers have you down? Some free games might cheer you up.

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Jan
09

Microsoft’s Dragon-Centric Exclusive Scalebound Has Been Canceled

Rumors swirled all this morning about the fate of Scalebound, and now Microsoft has put out its official word confirming the game's demise.

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Sep
21

October’s Free Games Through Xbox’s Games With Gold Revealed

Baseball, ATVs, and prison breaks make up the free entertainment you can obtain in October.

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Sep
20

Introducing Microsoft’s Minecraft Xbox One S Bundle

Perfect for any kid who wants both Minecraft this holiday season, and a brand new console to play it on.

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Aug
15

Project Spark Has Officially Ended

Microsoft's game creation tool box has ended, after only being out for about a year.

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Jul
26

The Highs And Lows Of Crackdown 1

Upon revisitng Pacific City, does the gang busting game on Xbox 360 deserve to stay in my top 10 Xbox 360 games of all time? Lets find out.

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Jul
12

You Will Get A Large Amount Of Content If You Pre-Order Worms WMD

Many, many other franchises cross over in the Worm's newest game.

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Jun
28

Opinion: I’m Not Buying What VR is Selling

E3 2016 was a big one for many reasons, but Virtual Reality was pushed harder than anything else. From Bethesda, to Ubisoft, to Oculus, and especially Sony, VR had a heavy presence at the show. This was the big shot for many of these companies to sell VR and make everyone excited for this new concept, but for me, I'm definitely not buying it.

Interestingly enough, during the Sony press conference I was getting excited for VR. Batman, Final Fantasy XV, Star Wars, Farpoint, and Resident Evil VII all seemed like big things that I would really enjoy. I was almost being sold on the idea, but the more I think about it, the more I realize that VR underwhelmed this year.

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Jun
24

Shane’s Top 10 Games of E3 2016

Shane weighs in on his top picks of the show.

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Jun
16

You can play Left 4 Dead and Portal 2 on your Xbox One today

Left 4 Dead and Portal 2 are the latest big 360 games to join the Xbox One's roster of backwards compatible titles.

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