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  • Blog Post: Visual Concepts And Take-Two Face Lawsuit Over Tattoos In NBA 2K16

    Developers that work on sports games do so with the intention of delivering an authentic experience. They license players, their signature equipment, and even the buildings they play in, but a new lawsuit alleges that Visual Concepts and Take-Two Interactive failed to properly license the tattoos on... More
  • Blog Post: Xbox Live Users Climb 30 Percent During Holiday Quarter

    Microsoft isn’t reporting how many Xbox consoles its shipped to retail anymore. In its place, we have new statistics about revenue and engagement to help paint the picture. The platform holder says that revenue tied to its games business increased nine percent when factored for constant currency... More
  • Blog Post: Bungie Delivers Another Iron Banner Matchmaking Update For Destiny

    Bungie launched a matchmaking update for Destiny yesterday and already has another in the wild after taking some feedback. Bungie is requesting more feedback on this matchmaking update, but has some good news about the one that launched yesterday: Match-ups are still close enough to provide the level... More
  • Blog Post: Here’s What’s Coming To Xbox Live Games With Gold In February

    If green is your gaming color of choice, you have four new games to look forward to in February. You’ll be able to start grabbing the new games on Monday. Xbox One Hand of Fate - February 1 through 29 Styx: Master of Shadows - February 16 through March 15 Xbox 360 Sacred Citadel - February 1 through... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants In Manhattan Finally Announced

    Update 2: We now have details on the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan. The game is coming this summer, putting it in close proximity to the upcoming live-action sequel. TMNT: Mutants in Manhattan features four-player online co-op, and each turtle has his own moves with customizable... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Do Multiple Delays On A Game Discourage You?

    When a game is delayed, it's typically a good thing in the end. It usually means that the team isn't happy with releasing a mediocre product and would rather extend the development cycle by a certain amount of time in order to get it right. When a game sees too many delays, however, it can point... More
  • Blog Post: The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings Is Currently Free On Xbox Live

    It's unclear exactly why the game is free right now, but it is, so don't ask questions, and start the download. The game is not backwards compatible with Xbox One currently, so if you want to play it will have to be on Xbox 360. You can head straight here to grab the game, The game's sequel... More
  • Blog Post: Xbox 360 Disc Scratching Case Heads To U.S. Supreme Court

    Way back when the Xbox 360 launched, a number of console owners found out the hard way about a quirk of the design. They weren’t happy about it, and now a resulting lawsuit has reached the highest court in the United States. The Xbox 360 is designed to sit vertically or horizontally. You just shouldn’t... More
  • Blog Post: Reminder: Today Is Your Last Day For Two Xbox Live Games With Gold Titles

    It’s January 15, which means that two games are about to rotate off the Games with Gold service. If you haven’t locked in your downloads, take a moment to get that done. Leaving the service tomorrow are Thief for Xbox One and DiRT Showdown for Xbox 360. Rotating in are Zheroes for Xbox One... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Runs Down 2016 Xbox One Console Exclusives

    Following the delay of Scalebound into 2017 , Microsoft decided to put fans’ minds at ease about what’s coming for the console. Despite losing Platinum’s dragon-themed adventure, there are still a number of things planned. We’ve got a locked in date for Quantum Break on April... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Second Week Of Massive Xbox Holiday Games Sale Begins

    The Xbox holiday sale kicks off today with two weeks of deals and daily offers. The first wave of discounts is in effect through December 28, with impressive deals on a number of great games. While there are a huge number of offers, a few stand out as particularly compelling. Dragon Age: Inquisition... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Reportedly Getting Close To Backward Compatibility Solution For Multi-Disc Games

    When Microsoft announced its Xbox One December backward compatibility update, a few titles stood out. One of those was the source of some confusion though, thanks to it having been released in two different versions. Deus Ex: Human Revolution met solid critical and fan reception when it launched, but... More
  • Blog Post: Xbox Live Games With Gold For January Includes A New Release And Deus Ex

    Microsoft has announced January’s Xbox Live Games with Gold roster. One of the highlights is Deus Ex: Human Revolution, which was just added to the backward compatibility roster. On Xbox One, you can grab Killer Instinct: Season 1 Ultra Edition for the entire month of January. This includes all... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Announces December Xbox One Backward Compatibility Games

    Microsoft has announced another 16 games available via backward compatibility on Xbox One. Since the program’s launch in November, more than 9 million hours of Xbox 360 games have been played on Xbox One. Including this month’s Games with Gold titles (Sacred 3, Operation Flashpoint: Dragon... More
  • Blog Post: Rival Challenges Brings Head-To-Head Online Multiplayer To Guitar Hero Live

    Guitar Hero Live is getting an update that lets players take on one another online and show off their customized playercard and note highways. The new mode has a strange implementation. As opposed to entering a newly added multiplayer mode, you will be periodically matched against a player of similar... More
  • Blog Post: Tony Hawk 5 Coming To PS3, Xbox 360 This Week According To Retailers

    Retailers are listing the last-generation version of Tony Hawk Pro Skater 5 for release this week. Activision has been quiet about the later release on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, but it seems those waiting for it on those platforms will be able to skate this week. Sony listed the game as part of its... More
  • Blog Post: Clues Point To Sonic Generations Nearly Featuring A Third Dreamcast-Era Sonic

    Generations follows the exploits of two Sonics: modern pre-Boom Sonic and classic Genesis Sonic. It appears, however, that a third Sonic based on his Dreamcast iteration, may have also been considered. The rumor comes from the latest episode of Did You Know Gaming, which covers Sonic Generations. You... More
  • Blog Post: New Xbox 360 Games Will Become Backwards Compatible On Xbox One Every Month

    Microsoft just kicked off it's Xbox 360 backwards compatibility with over 100 titles, but expect new 360 games to become available for Xbox One each month. According to Partner Director of Program Management Mike Ybarra via twitter , the Xbox One's backwards compatibility list will grow a little... More
  • Blog Post: December Xbox Live Games With Gold Includes An Extra Game

    December’s Xbox Live Games with Gold offerings include an extra game. ’Tis the season for giving, after all. The new titles start rotating in on Tuesday, December 1. Here’s what you can look forward to and when on Xbox One and Xbox 360. Xbox One The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing... More
  • Blog Post: Last Day To Grab Dirt 3 With Xbox Live Games With Gold, New Games Added Tomorrow

    Today marks the middle of November which means new Xbox Live Games with Gold titles changeover tomorrow. On Xbox One, you can grab Pneuma: Breath of Life, a first-person adventure puzzle game, throughout the entire month, so no rush on that one if you haven't grabbed it already. Starting tomorrow... More
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