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‘Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare’ Detailed, Trailers Revealed

EA had some of the biggest announcements today at Gamescom. The publisher is heavily supporting the Xbox One with exclusive FIFA 14 content and a pack-in deal. It announced Battlefield 4 Premium, previewed more gameplay from its much-hyped Titanfall, and showed off new features from the upcoming The Sims 4. The big titles weren’t all EA focused on, though – …

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ID@Xbox Is The Xbox One’s Self Publishing Platform For Indies

When the Xbox One was first announced, Microsoft said that it wouldn’t allow indie developers to self publish on the platform. Without an indie games channel on the Xbox One, this meant that indie developers would once again have to find a publisher to reach the Xbox One audience. The company quickly reneged on this policy, however, and said that …

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‘Ryse: Son of Rome’ Combat, Co-op Revealed

Ryse: Son of Rome was announced at Microsoft’s big E3 press conference as one of the Xbox One’s exclusive launch titles. Though the game’s graphics earned praise, Ryse failed to build E3 hype the way games such as Titanfall did. Today at Gamescom Microsoft finally revealed more details about Ryse‘s gameplay. Combat will involve players timing attacks and blocks, with …

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FIFA 14 Gets “Legendary Footballers” on Xbox One

At its press conference today at Gamescom, Microsoft announced that every pre-ordered Xbox one Day One Edition console in Europe will come bundled with a free copy of FIFA 14. It’s quite a gambit for Microsoft to pay for that many copies of FIFA, but the company hasn’t stopped there. It has also obtained exclusive content for the Xbox One …

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Fable Legends Announced For Xbox One

At Gamescom, Microsoft finally revealed what Lionhead Studios was working on for the Xbox One. Surprise – it’s a new entry in the Fable franchise. This morning, Microsoft announced that Fable Legends would be the next game coming in its fabled RPG series. The game is a four player co-op action RPG where players team up to “embark on quests, …

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The Xbox One Will Launch With 23 Games

Early this morning (at least for us Americans), Microsoft held its Gamescom press conference in Cologne, Germany. The company shared details regarding its launch plans for the Xbox One, including its launch titles. Microsoft announced this morning that the Xbox One would launch with 23 games. The launch titles include a wide range of genres from sports and action games …

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Every Xbox One In Europe Will Come Bundled With FIFA 14 [Rumor]

Microsoft has gone a long way in making sure that the bad reputation the Xbox One earned at E3 has been largely forgotten. Sure, people are still sore that Microsoft even attempted such inane policies, like having to check in online every 24 hours, but the reversal of these policies has most gamers warming up to them again. So, how …

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These Are All The Games Currently Announced For Xbox One

The Xbox One might not be launching everywhere in November anymore, but millions of gamers will still be able to experience next-gen gaming later this year. To that end, Microsoft has created a list of all the games currently announced for its system to prove that it’s the one-stop shop for all your next-gen gaming needs. In an announcement today, …

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Xbox PC Marketplace Closing This Month

Microsoft today announced that it will be closing the Xbox.com PC Marketplace on August 22. The closure will come as part of the scheduled Xbox 360 system update that will retire Microsoft Points, converting the entire system over to real currency. Luckily for Dark Souls fans, gamers will still be able to play already-purchased PC games that use the much …

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Xbox One Delayed Until Next Year In 8 Countries, Still Coming To U.S. In November

The Xbox One is pretty much sold out in the U.S. If you pre-order one now, you’re not guaranteed a unit at launch. For gamers in eight countries, it no longer matters how early they put in a pre-order as the console’s launch has been delayed. Microsoft announced today that its initial plan to launch the Xbox One in 21 …

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The Xbox One Will Not Require Kinect

One of the more controversial decisions Microsoft made with the Xbox One is that every console will ship with the Kinect camera and require it to be plugged in at all times. The very notion of a camera always watching you had players, and even some countries, up in arms. All that concern has turned out to be for naught. …

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Here’s A 7 Minute Look At The Xbox One Controller

To say the Xbox One had a rough time over the last few months would be the understatement of the year. Since E3, Microsoft has been backpedaling on pretty much everything, including DRM and indie developer restrictions. Despite all that, most gamers could at least admire one thing about the Xbox One – it’s controller. When it was revealed, Microsoft …

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