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Even if you didn’t discover there was actually a thing called Anime Month until today, Microsoft’s Xbox Video Store and app have you covered. The company is celebrating with free episodes of Dragon Ball Z and Cow Boy Bebpop. It’s also throwing in deep discounts on entire seasons of other shows.
We’re not sure if anyone ever really located the “truth” that The X-Files’ began peddling at the tail end of the last decade. What we do know is that we’ll all soon get another crack at trying to find it. Earlier this week Fox confirmed that it’s bringing back The X-Files for a limited run.
Owners of Microsoft’s Xbox One console and PCs running Windows are getting first access to Jaws of Hakkon, a new piece of downloadable content for Dragon Age: Inquisition first announced last night and released just this morning.
Remember that conversation you seem to have with your friends weekly about how Microsoft’s Xbox Live Deals With Gold promotion usually discounts titles too old for you to really care about? Well, you guys are going to need something else to talk about this week because the Xbox Live Deals with Gold for March 24th heavily discounts fairly recent titles. We’re talking WWE 2K15, Evolve and more.
With Halo 5: Guardians finally making its debut on the Xbox One later this year, Microsoft’s 343 Industries is slowly beginning to reveal details about the game. One of the most sordid details revealed is that some members of humanity now believe John 117 is, in fact, a traitor.
If you were hoping to get your hands on Batman: Arkham Knight in early June, then your plans have once again be foiled by Warner Brothers and developer Rocksteady Studios. Earlier today, both revealed a new seven minute long Batman: Arkham Knight trailer. Then they dropped another bomb, confirming a new Batman: Arkham Knight release date.
Happy March Madness sports fans. For the foreseeable future those who get excited about college basketball and all that it entails will stay glued to their smartphones and anything else with a screen trying to find out current scores for their favorite teams participating in the NCAA Tournament. If you have an Xbox One you don’t have to settle for live score updates. You can watch all the March Madness festivities on your Xbox One console too.
Are you free tonight and want to virtually hang without an Xbox One owner currently consumed in the mythical wonder that is Electronic Arts’ Dragon Age Inquisition? Tonight at 7pm I’ll be streaming from the title’s single player and multiplayer experiences and I’d love it if you stopped by.
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