Posts Tagged ‘Xbox One’
EA announced today a new subscription service exclusive to Xbox One that will start at just $4.99 a month or $29.99 annually.
We’ve been covering Sunset Overdrive like cray-cray for the past few months and one of the interesting things about the game has to be the amount of freedom that players will receive when creating their own character.
Major Nelson has gone to his blog to let Xbox fans know what to expect from the new Xbox One update coming next month.
Now that we’re into the month of July, Microsoft is ready start rolling out the Xbox One July update. Xbox Live’s Major Nelson went to his blog to share the details on the new update.
Destiny will enter beta for PS3 and PS4 owners on July 17th. There are some other dates you should keep in mind as well.
The beautiful world of Sunset City is filled with chaos, mutated humans and a bunch of heavy, sparkly explosions when playing the single player mode in Sunset Overdrive, but is the city filled with just as much carnage in the online portion of the game? Well, yeah actually.
A brand new teaser trailer has been released for Warhammer 40k FPS Space Hulk: Deathwing showing off the impressive new Unreal 4 Engine.
Insomniac Games was hush-hush about their latest project at last year’s E3, showing off nothing more than a gorgeous trailer.
Lords of the Fallen promises to take the essence of Dark Souls and make it into something more. I’m not sure if it has accomplished that but based on the demo it is definitely its own beast.
A month after the announcement of a cheaper, Kinect-less Xbox One, it is now available through the Microsoft store and most gaming retailers.
Major Nelson went to his blog today to announce more than 45 apps are making their way to the Xbox One in time for the June update releasing today.
Mortal Kombat X has been announced with a Trailer titled ‘Who’s Next?’ via NetherRealm Studios This will be the first new installment in the Mortal Kombat series since their critically acclaimed 2011 entry, and the first official confirmation since actor Kiefer Sutherland let it slip that he would be involved with the upcoming title a couple months back.
Fellow editor Henry Holloway brought up an excellent point in our staff chat the other night when it comes to a key difference in the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.