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It is with a heavy heart that we bring you the latest news on Quantum Break, the much talked about Xbox One exclusive game that Microsoft showed off at last year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo. First the good news: the game footage Microsoft showed off this afternoon looks just as good as it did last year. Unfortunately, a Quantum Break release date wont come until next year.
Microsoft says that Xbox One owners can expect the next major Halo release, Halo 5: Guardians, to make its way to the console in the fall of 2015. Get those trigger fingers ready.
If you’re a really big fan of open-world games that make inappropriate jokes than you’re going to love one of the games Microsoft is giving Xbox Live subscribers absolutely free this month. No, we’re not talking about Grand Theft Auto V. Instead, Microsoft will give subscribers a free copy of Saints Row: The Third.
You knew it was coming at some point. It wouldn’t be a year in gaming, if Electronic Arts wasn’t gearing up to release a brand new entry in its Madden NFL franchise. The video game developer has confirmed that Xbox One and Xbox 360 users can expect a new installment, Madden NFL 15, on August 26th.
Until Watch Dogs’ launch on May 27th you’re bound to hear a lot of talk about how it compares to Grand Theft Auto 5. Make no mistake, a new video showcasing what users can expect doesn’t do that much to
When Rocksteady Studios announced its plans to bring a new and final installment of it’s Batman: Arkham series of games to players this year expectations for the game were high. After all, this wasn’t some second-tier game developer peddling a licensed property. Batman: Arkham Asylum didn’t just redefine a super hero game, it practically resurrected the genre. So what can people expect from Batman: Arkham Knight? Judging by a profile published today, we’d say players can expect there to be a lot of new abilities for them to take down bad guys with.
If you were one of the millions of users gearing up for the release of Watch Dogs last year, there’s good news. Ubisoft, the game’s developer has formally announced that it’ll finally make it to store shelves on May 27th.
Have you been trying to get your hands on Titanfall but you weren’t excited about waiting in front of a GameStop in the cold weather with a blanket and a pipe dream? Good news, you can head to the Xbox Game Store to buy the game now.