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Xbox One System Update Coming February 11

Microsoft today announced that the first major system update for the Xbox One since launch will be coming on February 11. Another large update will follow on March 4. The most important feature coming with the February 11 update is storage management. With launch Xbox One consoles having only a 500GB hard drive and game downloads larger than 40GB, it …

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‘Murdered: Soul Suspect’ Coming to PS4, Xbox One

One year ago, on the eve of the PlayStation 4 announcement, Square Enix revealed Murdered: Souls Suspect. The game’s first teaser trailer promised a type of supernatural detective work that hasn’t yet been seen in video games. Since that time, though, only a few details have emerged about Murdered: Soul Suspect. Players will take on the role of Ronan O’Connor, …

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Learn How To Succeed In Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare

Everybody likes to win – it’s in our nature. Multiplayer-only games are very popular mostly due to the fact that it gives players that instant gratification of the win. Well, it should, unless you’re just really bad. To avoid that in the upcoming multiplayer shooter Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, the producers are here with some tips and tricks for …

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Microsoft Says All Digital Xbox One Isn’t Happening

Last week, a massive Xbox One leak hit the Internet revealing a number of games for the console. Alongside the reveal of games like Halo 2 Anniversary Edition and Forza Horizon 2, it was said that Microsoft was looking into the idea of releasing an Xbox One without a disc drive for $399 this holiday season. It was an interesting …

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Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare Gets Split-Screen Co-Op On Xbox One

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare was confirmed to be getting a co-op mode earlier this month. The mode has four friends battling to defend their base from waves of increasingly difficult zombies. At the time, the mode seemed to be online only, but Xbox One players will have one more option. EA confirmed this week that the Xbox One version …

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Seattle Seahawks’ Earl Thomas Isn’t Very Good At Madden NFL

In the near future, we may be faced with a year without a Super Bowl. It’s certainly something that I don’t want to think about, but it could happen. If that ever were the case, we can at least rest easy that the teams participating could just play Madden NFL to decide the victor. Seattle Seahawks’ safety Earl Thomas and …

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Xbox One Sans Disc Drive Coming In 2014 [Rumor]

Despite costing $100 more than the PS4, the Xbox One has been doing pretty well for itself. Microsoft sold over 3 million consoles in 2013 and it doesn’t look like demand is letting up anytime soon. That doesn’t mean Microsoft has to stop looking for ways to reduce the price of the console though, and it might just have an …

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Kingdom Hearts III Gets A Sort Of New Trailer

At E3 2013, Square Enix finally gave Kingdom Hearts fans what they really wanted after years of spin-offs – Kingdom Hearts III. While the announcement was little more than a prerendered trailer, it set off a wave of excitement that’s rarely seen anymore these days. Since then, we’ve not seen much of it, but the upcoming Japanese PS4 launch changes …

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Microsoft Buys Gears Of War IP, Shifts Development To Black Tusk

Gears of War was the first game on the Xbox 360 to really feel next-gen when it launched in 2006. Epic’s intimate knowledge of Unreal Engine 3 combined with the power of the Xbox 360 helped to make the console look much better in comparison to the just launched PS3. Now after four games, Microsoft is finally making sure it …

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Thief Can Be As Difficult As You Want It To Be

When the Thief reboot was announced in 2012, many fans of the franchise were concerned. They felt that a modern take on the franchise would do away with many of the gameplay elements that made the original games so challenging and memorable. The developers at Square Enix Montreal has heard them loud and clear though. In the latest gameplay trailer …

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Xbox One Proves A Huge Success For Microsoft

It’s been a great year for gaming. After sitting on the success of the Xbox 360 since 2005, Microsoft finally launched Xbox One back in November, selling more than 1 million consoles in its first 24 hours. The console, with a starting price of $499, hit shelves in 13 countries worldwide and sold 3.9 million copies. Microsoft also revealed that …

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Middle-Earth: Shadow Of Mordor Might Be The Most Fun You Have With Lord of The Rings Fan Fiction

Monolith Productions made survival horror tense and fun on the Xbox 360 and PS3 with F.E.A.R. and Condemned: Criminal Origins. After making a free-to-play shooter and a MOBA, they’re back with an ambitious console and PC title set in Middle-Earth. Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor is a new video game set between the events of The Hobbit and The Lord of …

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