Posts Tagged ‘Xbox One’
For twenty-four hours this Saturday, Sunset Overdrive will be available as a free download, luring players into a world of absolute chaos.
Last month, Microsoft announced that Halo: Spartan Strike, a top-down, twin-stick shooter, would be arriving in December for Window devices and PC platforms.
Where is your HBO Go App? It's on Xbox One. Xbox, go to quality television!
In preparing for next week’s global launch of Grand Theft Auto V on eighth-generation consoles, Rockstar has announced that a Title Update will be made available on November 17th as a means of optimizing key features within the game before launch day.
It seems like ages ago when Rare was a premiere developer in the industry. That might be changing, though.
The Halo Master Chief Collection is finally here. Hopefully your Xbox One hard drive is ready.
Watch the launch trailer for GTA V's return on PS4 and Xbox One
Ubisoft has released a short, informative video covering the tactical gadgets and strategies that will be used in Ubisoft Montreal’s upcoming first-person shooter, Rainbow Six: Siege.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection is almost here and to whet our appetite, Microsoft has revealed a duo of launch trailers and a rather unexpectedly surprising thread of news on behalf of 343 Industries Executive Producer, Dan Ayoub.
With just two weeks left until the launch of Grand Theft Auto V on eight-generation consoles, Rockstar has revealed yet another batch of news pertaining to the technical and visual improvements that will be experienced in the final product on November 18th.
A few weeks back, rumors of a first-person perspective in Rockstar’s upcoming next-gen remake of Grand Theft Auto V were lingering upon the tips of every gamer’s tongue. Today, Rockstar has confirmed those rumors.
2K released a new video showing gamers the power of the new Superstar Studio in the soon to be released WWE 2K15 on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 4. The Art Director for WWE 2K15, Lynell Jinks, walks through adding himself into the mix.
Earlier this week, developer 343 Industries chatted with the folks over at IGN and shared some key details on the multiplayer ranking system for Halo: The Master Chief Collection.