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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 »
Japanese video game site Dengeki announced that Xbox and PC players of the upcoming Resident Evil 7 (Biohazard 7 in Japan) will be able to transfers their save-games between Xbox One and PC - fuelling speculation that the Capcom title could be one of the first third-party titles to adopt the Xbox Play Anywhere approach. Play Anywhere - which sees seamless integration of Xbox and PC titles, including at the purchasing stage where buying one version of the game nets you the other as well, absolutely free - has until now been available only on Microsoft Studios-published titles, where it's the new ... Read More »
Last week head of Xbox division Phil Spencer met with Austrailian site PC Authority for an interview, with the main topic of conversation primarily focusing on Xbox's latest initiative Xbox Play Anywhere. This new initiative is aiming to bridge the gap between gamers from both PC and Xbox communities. Xbox Play Anywhere is an initiative allowing  consumers to cross-buy their games, therefore allowing  you to play your games on both Xbox One and Windows 10 PC. There will also be a feature to allow you to retain any progress you made in those games when you switch platform. For the time being ... Read More »
ReCore, the Xbox One and Windows 10 exclusive title from the brain of Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune, lands on 13 September. After not exactly wowing audiences with its E3 showing, the subsequent weeks have been kinder to the title, revealing deeper gameplay mechanics than expected alongside the charming characterisation we've come to expect from Inafune's work. Both aspects are evident in the brand new launch trailer, as well as some pretty stunning visuals and hints at an intriguing storyline. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3C96jTk2ss0 ReCore will be the first Xbox Play Anywhere title release - so buying it in the Store for either ... Read More »
Microsoft announced Xbox Play Anywhere during E3 this year, the program is a great way to get your monies worth, essentially you buy the game on the Xbox/Microsoft marketplace and the title can be used for both your Xbox console and Win 10 PC. The official start date of Xbox Play Anywhere with Microsoft will begin on September 13, 2016, and the first game players will be able to buy once and enjoy on both their Xbox One and Windows 10 PC is ReCore. There are a few caveats here. First, this only works with digital versions of the game. You won’t ... 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, Looking for Group. Looking for Group (LFG) allows players to browse and send classified ad-like posts to the Xbox Live community, with the aim of connecting to like-minded players ands teaming ... Read More »
In this series of semi-regular features 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. We took a quick pass at Xbox Play Anywhere after the announcement, but what does it really mean for gamers, and for Xbox? Let's start with the soundbite. "Now when you own an Xbox Play Anywhere digital title, it’s yours ... Read More »

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