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  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Who Wears Star Wars Best? Xbox Or PlayStation

    The PlayStation 4 isn't the first console to wear Star Wars clothing . Who wore it best? There's also this guy, too, if you want to throw him into the mix. You can only pick one! More
  • Blog Post: Xbox Live Gold Members Can Grab Metro: Last Light And How To Survive Starting Today

    Today begins August 2015's Games with Gold changeover, openiing up two new games for Gold subscribers to download. Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes is available for the whole month ahead of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain's September 1 release. Starting today you will also be able to grab... More
  • Blog Post: Enjoy The Majesty Of Halo's Start Screens Without Actually Playing The Games

    The Halo series has always had memorable start menus, but they're hard to enjoy when that pesky game keeps getting in the way. This website solves that issue. By heading to the website halome.nu , you can choose to loop the start screen menus of every Halo game, complete with the music and the background... More
  • Blog Post: Today Is The Last Day For Xbox Live Gold Subscribers To Grab Metro: 2033

    Today marks the last day before Xbox Live's Games with Gold options get a slight refresh, so grab Metro 2033 for Xbox 360 now. This month's Games with Gold options offers up Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes for Xbox One for the entire month. Starting tomorrow, you will also be able to download... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft's Backwards Compatibility Wall Was Full Of Duplicates, So We Removed Them

    At E3 2015, Microsoft surprised its fans everywhere with the announcement that the Xbox One would begin supporting backwards compatibility later this year . At this morning's Xbox Gamescom media briefing, Microsoft continued to detail its increased emphasis on the feature, stating that exclusive... More
  • Blog Post: 360 Backward Compatibility Coming November, Future Games With Gold Titles To Be Compatible

    During Microsoft's Gamescom press conference, a window was given for Xbox One's Xbox 360 backward compatibility, as well as some exciting news for Xbox Live Gold subscribers. An exact date wasn't offered, but on stage Microsoft said backward compatibility will arrive in November for Xbox... More
  • Blog Post: Buy Just Cause 3 On Xbox One And Get Backward-Compatible Just Cause 2

    Today, Microsoft announced an exclusive pack-in with Just Cause 3 during the company's Gamescom 2015 press conference in Cologne, Germany. Rico's last journey will be included with Avalanche Studio's latest sequel, and it's playable on Xbox One. If you purchase Just Cause 3 on the Xbox... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] GTA Online Pilot's Attempt To Escape Crash Goes Wrong In Every Possible Way

    Update: The embedded video has been updated to include the video from the original player''s YouTube account, Red Skull . Original Story: We've all had our hilarious mishaps while screwing around in the open world of a Grand Theft Auto game. One gamer, however, had an unbelievable run of... More
  • Blog Post: Second Limited Edition Rise Of The Tomb Raider Poster Revealed

    At San Diego Comic-Con, Xbox and Crystal Dynamics announced that it would be releasing a 4-part limited edition series of posters showcasing the iconic adventurer from the Tomb Raider series. The first poster, drawn by comic book artist Geof Darrow, featured Lara Croft fighting off wolves and bears on... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Xbox Live Currently Experiencing Issues

    Update: Xbox Live continues to experience issues, but the error has changed. Originally, Xbox Live was suffering from sign-in issues. The latest from the Xbox Live status page says the issues with Xbox Live are now affecting unlocking achievements and buying downloadable items. Original story Xbox Live's... More
  • Blog Post: Call of Duty: Black Ops II Is Now The Most Sought After Title For Xbox One Backwards Compatibility

    It’s been nearly a month since Microsoft asked which Xbox 360 games fans want to see become backwards compatible on the Xbox One. For the longest time, Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption was the game most in demand, but the western shooter has recently been usurped by another popular title: Call... More
  • Blog Post: USWNT Star Alex Morgan Joins Messi On FIFA 16 Cover

    Fresh off the World Cup win, deadly USWNT forward Alex Morgan becomes the first female to grace the cover of FIFA. Each year EA Sports puts out regional covers to promote players from that territory, and this year Morgan was given the nod for the U.S. market. The former U.S. female athlete of the year... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Kicks Off Ultimate Game Sale

    For the next week, Microsoft is slashing the prices on a number of Xbox One and Xbox 360 games and add-ons. These include titles released as recently as earlier in 2015. Highlights include Dragon Age: Inquisition (in regular and deluxe editions) and the Jaws of Hakkon DLC, Far Cry 4 (regular and gold... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Age: Inquisition To Support Cross-Generation Save Transfers

    Dragon Age: Inquisition (our review ) released on last-generation consoles, but BioWare isn't supporting the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions with future DLC. If you played the game on an old console but plan on upgrading to the latest model, you can continue your previous journey by bringing... More
  • Blog Post: Criterion Working On Burnout Paradise Backwards Compatibility On Xbox One

    Developer Criterion has tweeted that it's talking with Microsoft about bringing Xbox 360's Burnout Paradise to the Xbox One via the system's backwards compatibility. At E3 , Microsoft stunned viewers by announcing that the Xbox One could do backwards compatibility for selected Xbox 360 titles... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Xbox Live Sign-In Issues Are Reportedly Repaired

    Update: Microsoft is reporting that Xbox Live sign-in issues have been resolved. You should be in the clear now. Original Story: It looks like its Microsoft’s turn. The company is reporting that Xbox Live is down for both Xbox One and Xbox 360 users. The company says that services are “limited”... More
  • Blog Post: Today's Minecraft Update Adds New Blocks, Options On Consoles

    Folks who are still plugging away at the console version of Minecraft will have a host of new options and blocks to work with following today's update. Highlights include the ability to use old-school crafting, stained glass, and change in-game options without exiting the game. The update, which... More
  • Blog Post: Zen Studios Announces Release Date For Ant-Man Pinball

    Marvel's newest movie stars Ant-Man and releases late next month. If waiting that long for the tiny superhero makes you anxious, don't worry: on July 14, Ant-Man launches on consoles, mobile, and PC as a DLC pinball table. Zen Studios plans to release the table in Zen Pinball 2, Pinball FX2,... More
  • Blog Post: Last Call: June Xbox Live Games With Gold And Club Nintendo

    Today is the final day of the first half of 2015. It’s also your last chance to get Xbox Live Games with Gold games and spend your Club Nintendo coins. For Xbox One users, you can grab Pool Nation FX (really, this is your last chance) and Massive Chalice. Xbox 360 owners can nab Thief. For next... More
  • Blog Post: Red Dead Redemption Leads Xbox 360 Backward Compatibility Vote

    Last week Microsoft earned kudos for announcing its plan to make select Xbox 360 games backward compatible with the Xbox One. The tech update is launching with support for 18 titles , but Microsoft is also taking feedback on which games should be included as they expand the library. Now we have a clearer... More
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