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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Xbox One’

Trials Fusion Tricks Its Way To Consoles, PC On April 16

At last year’s E3, Ubisoft introduced us to two new games in the successful Trials franchise – Trials Fusion for consoles and PC, and Trials Frontier for mobile. Today, Ubisoft has shared a new trailer for the home console version. In a new trailer for Trials Fusion, we’re treated to a look at what’s being described as the best looking …

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Here’s That Super Expensive Titanfall Collector’s Edition

It’s becoming pretty standard to offer some kind of collector’s edition with any big name game release these days. Those collector’s editions generally only cost about $20 more over the standard edition, however, and throw in an art book and soundtrack CD. That’s not the case with Titanfall as its collector’s edition comes in at $190 over the standard edition’s …

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Xbox One Party System Update Previewed

Some Xbox live subscribers this week are taking Microsoft’s upcoming Xbox One update for a test drive through a recently announced beta test. While those gamers get to experience the console’s fully-functional party system first hand, everyone else can now see what the future holds in a new video preview of the update’s features released today by Microsoft. The update, …

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Twitch Streaming Finally Coming to Xbox One

Microsoft today announced that Twitch streaming will finally be coming to the Xbox One within weeks. The feature is set to debut along with a Twitch app for the Xbox One on March 11 – the same day as the launch of Titanfall for Xbox one and PC. Though Microsoft was first to announce Twitch streaming for its new console …

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Xbox One Price Cut Coming To The UK

Since it was announced, the Xbox One had always been at a price disadvantage. Microsoft’s insistence upon including a Kinect with every console meant that gamers were paying $100 more than those who went with a PS4. At launch, it didn’t look like the price difference didn’t matter all that much as the Xbox One moved millions of units within …

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Xbox One Titanfall Bundle Announced, Launches March 11

Titanfall is a pretty amazing game, and it will only be available on three platforms – Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC. If you were already eyeing an Xbox One, Microsoft has a new bundle that may just convince you to make the jump. Microsoft announced this morning that it will be releasing a limited Xbox One bundle that includes …

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Pre-Loading Comes To Consoles With Titanfall On Xbox One

For the past few years, PC gamers on Steam have been able to enjoy a little feature called pre-loading. In essence, it allows you to download the game before its launch and immediately start playing the second it comes out. The same functionality hasn’t been available on consoles for a variety of reasons, but the next generation has finally made …

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Here’s Some More Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare Gameplay

Over the past few months, EA has hyped Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare through a number of trailers and interviews with the team behind the new team-based shooter. Now the game is almost out in the wild, and Xbox has some final gameplay footage to get your hype up just a little bit more. Xbox’ Major Nelson and the Xbox …

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Microsoft to Beta Test Xbox One Party System Update

Last week Microsoft rolled out its first major Xbox One update since the console’s launch. The update included near-essential features for the console’s OS that simply didn’t make it into the system by launch day, such as hard drive storage management and an on-screen battery indicator for controllers. Microsoft is promising an even more significant update will be coming on …

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Microsoft Announces a Remote For the Xbox One

It’s been clear since the announcement of the Xbox One that Microsoft intended its game console to be a comprehensive media-watching device. The console’s announcement was filled with references to TV and sports. To help fulfill this dream of an all-in-one media streaming and playing device for the living room Microsoft today announced that it will be releasing a remote …

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Wolfenstein: The New Order Launches May 20

Last year, Bethesda announced that it was putting its acquisition of id Software to good use by developing a new Wolfenstein game. That game would soon be known as Wolfenstein: The New Order and is a reboot of sorts set in a world where Nazi Germany won World War II. At the time, we weren’t given a release date outside …

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‘Metal Gear Solid V’ Console Visuals Compared

It’s been known for some time now that the PlayStation 4 is a more powerful gaming machine than the Xbox One. While the PS4 has been pumping out third-party software in 1080p at 60 fps, developers have had to scale back the resolution and/or framerate of their games on the Xbox One (with the notable exception of Forza 5). It’s …

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