Tagged: Xbox One

Okay, maybe it doesn’t hint at Zombie crows. But this latest State of Decay 2 image perfectly encapsulates middle America gone to ruin. I’m not saying zombie crows are a brilliant future, but I’m sure there’s a fairly sizable population who would be thankful if that’s the worst thing that happens to America over the next four years. State of Decay was, to be fair, a little raggedy around the edges, a little clunky. It was also brilliantly designed, twisting a rogue-lite survival adventure into a third person zombie-filled RPG that swallowed up whole weekends, and it became one of our … Read More »

This week EA have been dishing out a lot of details on current and future additions to the EA Access Vault, these additions are only going to further support the idea that Access is one of the best value for money gaming subscriptions available today. Thursday saw Battlefield 3 and Bad Company 2 added to the Vault, meaning they join titles such as Mirror’s Edge and Mass Effect on a list of games that are available in the Vault and also backwards compatible. On the same day that it was confirmed these titles are now available they also confirmed further … Read More »

People who choose to use the sniper rifle in FPS games generally intoin to one of two camps; people who are supremely skilled with a long range weapon, able to go from point to point knowing exactly when and how to disperse the opposition at close quarters or at long range. And Campers. While being dispatched by either of these types can be frustrating, everyone can appreciate a skilled distance shot. There is a trend at the moment of people showing off their remarkable skill with the Scout Class. We have compiled 7 examples of long distance execution that we felt … Read More »

Psyonix remains a creature of habit by announcing a number of rewards competitive players can expect to receive for Rocket League Season 3, (as they did with Season 1 and 2). By Psyonix own admission, Season 3 has run for considerably longer than anticipated however, we have been assured that this is due to the amendments they have made specifically for Season 4. Those who were competitive players in  Rocket League Season 1 and 2 will have been rewarded with Crown’s and Rocket Trails – Season 3 sees those who have appeared in Competitive Playlists awarded special Wheels. These are the rewards in more … Read More »

Titanfall 2 is a title that is doing exceedingly well for itself. There were fears from many that given it’s release date at near enough exactly the same time as Battlefield 1 it would falter and fail to live up to its expectations. However, its single player campaign, free DLC and regular updates have ensured those fears didn’t become a reality. To further reinforce that point there’s another server update coming this Monday, 23rd January. The update is set to address a number of issues, details of which can be seen below: New logging to report player connection quality to … Read More »

The list of Xbox 360 games playable on your Xbox One is growing all the time – we’re at 322 right now – thanks to new games joining the Backwards Compatibility programme. That’s 217 Arcade Games and 105 Games on Demand titles, stats fans! Fun fact: With 99 games on the list, Microsoft Studios has more backwards compatible titles than any other publisher! Some of the most popular Xbox 360 games have already been added – Call of Duty: Black Ops and Red Dead Redemption among them. There are some truly classic arcade titles in the list, too – including Geometry Wars: Retro … Read More »

Cast your minds back to Gamescom, August 2015. Remember a rather tasty looking city management sim being confirmed for Xbox One? If the answer is no, we can’t blame you. But we have finally heard news from Paradox regarding the title. Paradox have confirmed that we will get our first look in 18 months of Cities Skylines at this years games Developers Conference (GDC) at the end of February. Having already sold over 2 million copies for the PC at the last count, reviews have been largely positive with an 85 Metacritic score and a slew of praise on Steam. Check … Read More »

Last week we brought to you the fantastic news (here) that Battfield 3 and Battlefield Bad Co. 2 had found their way to the Xbox Backwards Compatibility list. Today we bring you even more great news, that being that those new Backwards Compatible titles are now available in the EA Access Vault. Move out! Battlefield Bad Company 2 and Battlefield 3 are available in the @EAAccess Vault today. #BFBC2#BF3pic.twitter.com/ukGA5qmYYd — Battlefield (@Battlefield) January 19, 2017 That’s right if you’re an Access subscriber then you can now play Battlefield 3 and Bad Company 2 for free on your Xbox One console. … Read More »

“I’ve been at Gearbox for 10 years and this is the craziest update we’ve ever done!” – Gearbox Software Producer, Chris Brock. “Since Battleborn launched in May, we have worked hard to bring you new features, characters, modes, and regular updates, some of which are a direct result of the community’s feedback. Although requested features, like training modes, are just now being implemented, they have long been a part of Battleborn’s plans and took the time to develop.” – 2K Team. UPDATE DETAILS WHEN: The update began rolling out at 2 pm PT/ 5 pm ET on Thursday, January 19, 2017 Xbox One: 18GB … Read More »

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