Several additional Xbox 360 titles are making their way to the Xbox One as they have become backwards compatible. Microsoft’s Major Nelson has revealed that The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Medal of Honor: Airborne, Trine 2, and Astropop have all been certified so that they can be played on the latest console as long as you own either a digital copy of the game or the original disc.
This generation has already seen some high profile games from the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 be remastered. The likes of The Last of Us, Grand Theft Auto V and Halo: The Master Chief Collection are all examples of titles that have had or are getting enhanced editions for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, not only allowing new players to experience them but also giving them new life with upgraded graphics and much improved performance.
Zack Zero and a new Uncharted 3 map pack highlight this week’s PlayStation Store update!
A lot of changes are coming to DC Universe Online in the latest update for the free to play MMO, check them out after the jump!
On November 22nd, 2005, Microsoft’s new console would be released a year ahead of the competition. This turned out to be one of the smartest moves Microsoft could have made.(more…)
Yes for those of you who haven’t noticed yet, the new installment in Bethesda’s Elder Scrolls roleplaying series has been released.
Does this game break away from the pack with it’s fine feathered protagonist, or is it just fowl? Find out after the jump.(more…)
MonkeyPaw Games, Inc. today announced the anticipated launch of the Japanese PS one® import section on the European PlayStation®Network. The new Import section marks the first time that European gamers will get the chance to play direct-from-Japan imports and classics. The first three classic titles include Arc the Lad, Cho Aniki and Arcade Hits: Sonic Wings Special. (more…)
Press release: This anniversary edition is the complete collection of the original award-winning game as well as the Knights of the Nine® and Shivering Isles® expansions. With countless ‘Game of the Year’ awards and overwhelming critical praise, Oblivion still remains a defining game in the role-playing genre. Celebrate one of the most expansive next-generation titles ever to be released on the Xbox®360, PlayStation®3, and PC platforms with this definitive, limited-edition compilation.
After hearing the news of a Minecraft port to the Xbox 360 I immediately jumped for joy. Being such an avid Minecraft player and a Xbox owner I was excited to hear such news; although it was short lived. Not knowing who exactly was porting my beloved Minecraft to the consoles sent shivers down my spine. Shortly after I was reassured to find out via Notch’s Twitter, who exactly would be porting it the Xbox 360. To my surprise, I came to find out that 4J Studios would be porting Minecraft to the Xbox 360. But wait who the hell is 4J Studios?
Oblivion was the shining gem at the start of this generation. Not only did it showcase incredibly visuals for its time, but it also has engrossing gameplay as well. Skyrim looks to build off of what made Oblivion so successful as well as what made Morrowind so compelling. Hit the break to view our initial impressions of Skyrim.
This past month, over a million people were enjoying the Gears of War 3 beta. As you were exploding players into an oblivion, Epic Games were crunching numbers to find ways to make the game even better. Find out what they did after the break!