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  • Blog Post: Rocket League Launching On Xbox One On February 17

    Psyonix Studios' vehicular take on soccer is finally coming to Xbox One, and the developer has outlined what fans can expect from the package. Rocket League became an overnight sensation when it launched last July on PlayStation 4 and PC, as players learned the joy of explosive goals and rocket-assisted... More
  • Blog Post: Investigate A Cult In This Dying Light: The Following Launch Trailer

    To celebrate today’s launch of Dying Light: The Following, developer Techland released a new trailer for the DLC. The teaser hints at the sinister nature of The Following's cult-centered storyline. Dying Light: The Following takes on a different tone than the main game, according to producer... More
  • Blog Post: ‘Vault 81 Residents Would Not Dismember Correctly’ And Other Fallout 4 Patch 1.3 Notes

    Fallout 4 has a new patch for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 users. Among other things, it increases the object fading distance (see below). This creates a more complete landscape that reduces the noticeable pop-in effect of items that are farther away. The 1.3 update also fixes a number of mission-related... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Red Dead And Others Appeared As Backward Compatible By Accident

    Update: As we mentioned in our original story, the appearance of Red Dead Redemption, Halo Wars, Left 4 Dead 2 and other games as backward compatible over the weekend wasn't a guarantee of imminent release. Microsoft has confirmed that these appeared accidentally and they are not ready for distribution... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussions: What Still Annoys You About The Xbox One And PlayStation 4?

    The most recent round of video game consoles are some of the most impressive pieces of tech gamers have gotten their hands on (insert PC snobbery here), but that doesn't mean that the PS4 and the Xbox One are perfect. What bugs you most about them? We recently shared some of our complaints about... More
  • Blog Post: Customize Your Xbox One Elite Controller's Colors With ColorWare

    Microsoft's premium Xbox One Elite controller ships with an eye-pleasing matte black finish with metallic silver details. However, those conservative colors might not be how everyone wants to express themselves via their gamepads. Thankfully, third-party manufacturer ColorWare allows players to color... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Rocket League Should Be Coming To Xbox One This Month

    Rocket League was one of the best surprises of 2015, infusing the joys of soccer with over-sized RC cars. PC and PlayStation 4 players have had access to the game while Xbox One players have been left out in the cold but, according to developer Psyonix, that could change later this month. When asked... More
  • 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: Explore The Countryside In This New Dying Light: The Following Trailer

    Developer Techland released a new trailer for the upcoming DLC, Dying Light: The Following today, packed with new secrets, locales, and environments for Kyle Crane to explore. The trailer features locales such as the Granary, a tower billed as a parkour paradise, the Old Graveyard, an ominous burial... More
  • Blog Post: Hard Reset Redux Sets Sights On Consoles And PC As Punishing Shooter Gets Extra Life

    Flying Wild Hog and Gambitious Digital Entertainment has announced Hard Reset Redux, an upgraded version of the challenging first-person shooter that hit in 2011. The updated version of the hardcore single-player shooter brings several enhancements including updated visuals and lighting, faster load... More
  • Blog Post: Cosplay Skin Pack Announced As Mortal Kombat XL Pre-Order Bonus

    The pre-order bonus for Mortal Kombat XL, the definitive edition of Mortal Kombat X, has been revealed. The “Cosplay” skin pack features two new costumes for kombatants Cassie Cage and Jacqui Briggs, reimagining the characters as Lin Kuei and Shirai Ryu ninjas. Mortal Kombat XL was announced... More
  • Blog Post: Evolve Adds New Monster-Human Hybrid Hunter Next Week

    Evolve is getting a brand new Hunter very soon: the hybridized Dr. Kala Kapur. She will be available for download on all platforms and in all territories at some point next week. Kala is the game’s latest Support character, and is described as “an expert on Monster biology who has spliced... 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: Dying Light: The Following Ups The Difficulty With The New Nightmare Mode

    Dying Light's upcoming The Following DLC has all kinds of additions, and a new one was revealed today – a new difficulty. Nightmare Mode has longer nights, stronger enemies, stamina and XP restrictions, and no more Easter egg weapons. There are a few other tweaks the the game to make it harder... 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: Bungie Tackling Destiny Lag Issues In Iron Banner Matchmaking Update

    Bungie has announced that Destiny's Crucible will be receiving some tweaks to the way its matchmaking works. The first update is set to hit on Wednesday in Iron Banner. The studio says it has struggled to find the right balance between skill and connection quality when matching players against each... 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 Is The Big New Xbox One Backward Compatible Game

    Last night, we reported that The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings was suddenly free on Xbox Live . Now we understand why that might have happened (and you can still grab it through February 5). CD Projekt's first console installment for the series leads the list of Xbox One backward compatible games... More
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