Looking to buy something that looks visually impressive? The Xbox One X might be your best bet. Sure, it may not be launching with any new games, but it’ll certainly be making existing games look quite sexy with numerous enhancements as fans wait for proper native 4K games to trot out. Good luck grabbing one locally come November though, as it sounds like the console has met its biggest obstacle: Bureaucracy.
For a change, I was free to explore Gamescom and its many halls. On top of gaming, there's a Cosplay village, oddball sports, a console museum, panels, more esports than you can shake a stick at. Oh, and an entire hall filled with just about all the gaming and pop culture merchandise you could ever dream of
Fast forward a few months later, and the one game that was due to launch with the Xbox One X-Pac has been delayed. It’s really not looking good for team green, know what I’m saying? Well hold onto your asses folks, because the next level of gaming is launching with the next generation of MSG on a mass-produced flat fried potato. BEHOLD! POWER DORITOS:
The rumour mills claimed that Dark Souls II would headline the most Augustine of months in Xbox Live's Games With Gold, but nothing could be further from the truth. Instead, here are the real Xbox Live Games With Gold for next month.
Forza Motorsport 7 is looking to flex some 4K muscle this year by appealing to the fantasy lobes in your brain, with developer Turn 10 saying that the latest incarnation of the signature Xbox driving game that isn’t Project Gotham Racing (sniff) having over 700 collections of engines to choose from.
Where one month ends another begins. Which means new old games via the Xbox Games With Gold service for Xbox Live subscribers. So what does your subscription get you this month? The following according to Xbox.
It’s here! It’s finally here! Years after Angelina Jolie first holstered up with a pair of iconic pistols, it’s time for Tomb Raider to be reborn. So without any further ado, here’s the first trailer starring Alicia Vikander stepping into the boots of Lara Croft, as the next Tomb Raider.
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