Tagged: E3

"Do people even still play this game?"  It's a joke faithful guardians in Destiny hear and even though the content is running dry in the MMO FPS looter shooter, it's time to start making plans for the sequel.  Activision held its yearly investor call recapping successes from last year and what is planned for this year.  According to page 9 of the presentation, Destiny 2 will be out later this year in 2017. Right next to Destiny it clearly states: Full Destiny sequel in 2017 to broaden the franchise's global reach, which along with follow-on content plans, sets the stage ... Read More »
Xbox fans have been asking for a way to give some more personality and customization to how they look online and it's coming soon.  During the official Xbox podcast, Major Nelson Radio, Larry Hryb said that team is looking to give players the ability to create custom gamerpics.  This feature, as per Xbox's Mike Ybarra, is aimed for a release prior to E3 2017.  Unfortunately this won't be part of the Creator's Update that is rolling out now for Insider's now.  There was a cause for delay for this feature possibly due to the unpredictability of what some inappropriate images ... Read More »
After the announcement of Project Scorpio at last years E3, we have heard very little information on the console proposed to be the most powerful ever. But first, let's have a look at what we do know. Aside from the specs, XBox's Phil Spencer has previously gone on record to say that development is coming along smoothly and 'ahead of schedule'. Those very words whet eager fans appetite with a potential release before Holiday 2017, as was touted at E3. That was seven months away and a lot has happened in the industry since then. Look at Sony who have in ... Read More »
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has been fairly active on Twitter recently, mainly to downplay the furore caused by the cancellation of Scalebound. Not to be painted as a broken record, however, Spencer has also been talking about Project Scorpio and whether or not we'd see anything before E3 in June. Unfortunately, he doesn't seem to have a clear answer: @Sn4kee@BeastFireTimdog Honestly not sure yet but I know people want this. — Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) January 11, 2017 It's an absolute guarantee that Microsoft and Phil Spencer himself will be devoting a huge amount of their E3 time to hyping up ... Read More »
One of the most interesting games shown at the recent E3 in the City of Angels was We Happy Few from Compulsion Games. Set in a 1960s dystopian England, We Happy Few is the tale of a plucky bunch of moderately terrible people trying to escape from a lifetime of cheerful denial in the city of Wellington Wells. You’ll have to blend in with its other inhabitants, who don’t take kindly to people who don’t abide by their not-so-normal rules. "We Happy Few is about surviving in and escaping from a procedurally generated world, where you must learn to hide ... Read More »
It all started May 2013, Don Mattrick stepped onto a conference stage in front of many eager members of the press and gamers to reveal what the world would hold its breath for - A new Xbox generation. At first, you could feel the excitement in the room, it was electric, a new console that could out-perform the Xbox 360 in most ways. But, this story isn't a simple one, fraught with misunderstandings and frankly crazy ideas even before the reveal, it seemed as though Xbox was happy to throw caution to the wind, in doing so it lost huge credibility from its ... Read More »
At E3 2016, Microsoft unveiled the Xbox One S and hyped the console's redesigned form and new features - but did they kill that hype just two and a half hours later? Microsoft shook the gaming industry by revealing the Xbox One S (which was leaked the day prior) at the beginning of their show, but then showed the world their future vision with Project Scorpio.  The show concluded with a muddy message from Microsoft - a slimmer redesigned Xbox One available towards the end of 2016, and a highly enhanced, far more powerful Xbox One set to appear just twelve months later. The question ... Read More »
Looks like Microsoft may have gotten a little carried away with itself.  Microsoft has pulled back a statement they originally made about their Play Anywhere program.  Microsoft originally released a presser stating that "every new title" would be part of the Play Anywhere program.  This statement actually applied only to the games that were shown during their E3 2016 press conference.  The program will encompass select Microsoft Studios titles and possibly more developers to come. The known list of titles from E3 that are part of Play Anywhere are as follows: Ark: Survival Evolved Crackdown 3 Cuphead Forza Horizon 3 ... Read More »
In this series of semi-regular posts we take a closer look at new and upcoming features for Xbox, and speculate on what they might mean for the console and the brand. At their E3 2016 briefing, Microsoft announced a handful of new features coming to Xbox, but in the glitz and glamour of the City of Angels detail was, predictably, light. Let’s take a closer look at one of those new features, Clubs. Clubs are exactly whet they sound like - little gangs of like-minded folks who have some common interest. That might be a particular game, or it might ... Read More »

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