At the very moment, the whole world is watching Australia suffer due to the unprecedented, disastrous bushfire activity.
If you go to the XBox 360 marketplace this week and look up the serialized video game Minecraft Story Mode, you might get a little sticker shock. Okay, more of a lighting bolt frying your brain — $99.99 is the tag.
An unsanctioned peek at the early development stages of a video game is always interesting, even if that game is Ryse: Son of Rome, the failed launch title for the XBox One. Though it came out in 2013, the game was in development at Crytek all the way back in 2006, and was originally intended for the XBox 360. And that’s not all…
The games that will be part of Games With Gold for November have been announced. Each of the titles will be available to download and play for free for anyone with an active Xbox Live Gold subscription.
The Games With Gold titles for October have been revealed, with Xbox Live Gold members getting the opportunity to download and play a variety of genres this month. As is usual, there are two Xbox One games and two Xbox 360 titles that are backwards compatible on the newer hardware.
The collection of games that are available to play as backwards compatible titles has just expanded once again and its big news for fans of the Halo series. All of the games from the series that were originally launched on the Xbox 360 are now available to players, including Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, Halo 4, and Halo CE Anniversary.
The fact that September is just around the corner means that a whole new set of games are set to be made available to download for Xbox Live Gold members. As is usual for the program, users will receive two Xbox one titles and two for the Xbox 360, though the older games will be playable via backwards compatibility on the latest console.
Capcom’s Street Fighter IV is now available for players to download on the Xbox One as it has been added to the list of backwards compatible Xbox 360 games. Anyone who has a disc version of the title or has bought it digitally can now play it on the latest console.
Microsoft’s Major Nelson has revealed the four games that will be available for Xbox Live Gold members in February through the Games With Gold program. Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime and Monkey Island 2: SE will be ready to download from the beginning of the month, while Project Cars and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed will be available from February 16. As is usual, the Xbox 360 games will also be compatible with the Xbox One.
Warner Bros. Interactive revealed a new trailer this week showcasing a new character joining the roster for Injustice 2 in Robin. You can check out the new gameplay video for Robin in the player below.
Activision and Infinity Ward this week revealed a new trailer for the Zombies DLC for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Sabotage. You can also check out a new trailer for the upcoming DLC in the player below. This new DLC will also star geek legend Kevin Smith. There’s also a poster image you can check out below as well.
Sony PlayStation and Team Ninja revealed this week a special last chance trial for Nioh on the PlayStation 4 ahead of the game’s upcoming launch in February. The Last Chance Trial for the game will run through the weekend from January 21-22. It will give players an expanded version of the demo for the game that was available at the PlayStation Experience last December.