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Microsoft did exactly what it needed to do with it's E3 press conference.  Show off the worlds most powerful console and then bombard us with a ton of games and show how much better they look on that console.  With over 40 games showed off on stage, it did truly feel like a great time to be an Xbox gamer.  However, core series titles we are more familiar with weren't really seen outside of Crackdown 3.  Head of Xbox marketing Aaron Greenberg recently addressed concerns over what else is planned for Xbox: "It's a fine balance of how much do ... Read More »
On Sunday, at this year's E3 event, Microsoft's new console, the Xbox One X was announced. Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer confirmed that the console will still support virtual reality. On Tuesday, Spencer told CNET that the Xbox One X will fully support VR, and their prior commitment in regards to this hasn't changed. While Spencer didn't reference VR at this year's conference, he has let it be known that he still fully supports what he said at the past event. With teasers of the console been given at E3 last year, only known to the public as Project Scorpio, ... Read More »
During their E3 briefing last night (12th June 2017), Ubisoft showed a new trailer for the highly anticipated South Park - The Fractured But Whole. You can watch it in all its glory below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuXCCTBKbxk The game will be out on 17th October 2017, and we can't wait. Are you looking forward to joining Cartman's gang of "superheroes"? Let us know in the comments below! Source: Ubisoft Make sure you like our Facebook page, join our Facebook group, subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow on Twitter and Twitch for all the latest Xbox One news, reviews and competitions.
During Microsoft's E3 presentation on Sunday night, Bioware revealed the first gameplay trailer for its new IP: Anthem - and it looks pretty impressive. The 7 minute gameplay trailer is below - and it's definitely worth a watch. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EL5GSfs9fi4 Anthem is set in a sci-fi future, where humanity is cowering behind a massive wall that "protects them from what lies beyond." Players take on the role of Freelancers, and are equipped with a collection of exo suits called Javelins that they use to wage war outside the walls. According to the demo, they're highly customisable - presumably both visually and in terms of ... Read More »
It appears Bungie is even more eager to get Destiny 2 into everyone's hands.  Bungie lead Luke Smith has confirmed on Twitter that Destiny 2's release date has been moved from 8 September, 2017 to 6 September, 2017.  Although it isn't a huge change, it is better than being delayed.  The PC version of Destiny 2 is set to release on 24 October, 2017. The only other detail guardians have been wondering is when is the beta.  The beta will last around two and a half days, from 6PM UK, 21 July to 5AM, 25 July for Xbox One.  The beta ... Read More »
It's a game used as a standard in graphic design and realism.  Forza Motorsports has always went toe to toe with the best of the best when it comes to creating a realistic world that feels every bit like a true simulation than just a game.  Turn 10 have done it big now thanks to Xbox One X with Forza Motorsports 7 debuting at E3.  Running in native 4K at 60 frames per second, it looks to be a digital masterpiece of art with incredible effects and terrains that help recreate some of the most popular roads and vehicles the ... Read More »
What a day Microsoft had unveiling Xbox One X, the official name of Project Scorpio.  One thing that a lot of Xbox fans though have been asking for is backwards compatibility to include titles from the first generation Xbox console.  Well Microsoft is now going to deliver on that request and announced during their E3 press conference that games from the original Xbox console will be available through backwards compatibility.  The newer hardware, especially the hardware in the beefy Xbox One X, will also improve performance and visuals on those original titles. So what games are going to be compatible?  ... Read More »
After months of speculation, rumour and intrigue Microsoft has made it's official announcement at E3 2017 regarding the 4k next-gen console that until today has been known as, "Scorpio" or, "Project Scorpio". Xbox One X will be officially released on November 7th 2017. Good news also came with the announcement that Xbox One X will be able to run all current Xbox One games as well as Xbox 360 backwards compatible titles as well as be compatible with all existing Xbox One accessories. Considering the extremely impressive spec, (including 6 Teraflops of graphical power and a liquid cooled vapour-chamber) it's a testimony ... Read More »
It's already known that Project Scorpio is set to be the most powerful console created. Microsoft is taking it a step further now by giving developers another gigabyte to work with from the systems 12 Gb system RAM.  Developers were given 8 out of the available 12 Gbs to use for their games with the rest dedicated to the console's operating system.  Now though, developers have 9 of the 12.  That's a large increase in the world of gaming. It's also been confirmed that those who don't use all of the system RAM won't go to waste. RAM that is ... Read More »

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