The fall is always marked by a serious of unfortunate events. Starbucks stops offering those shaken blended lemonades to rot your teeth and empty your wallet, Wal-Mart starts rolling back prices on duct tape and plastic to seal your windows and an absolute metric ton of games arrive on store shelves. Last year around this time, Microsoft hadn’t yet launched Xbox Live’s pre-order system. This year, we do have the pre-order system and a ton of games have all arrived on Xbox Live for pre-order at the same time.
What’s a guy or gal with an Xbox 360 or Xbox One to do when they don’t have any interest in NBA 2K15 and aren’t excited about Alien: Isolation? Easy, you take advantage of Microsoft’s Xbox Live Deals with Gold promotion for the month of October and snatch up discounted copies of Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeros and Battlefield.
Users planning on buying Assassin’s Creed Unity when it arrives on store shelves later this year are understandably, in an up-roar. Earlier today, Ubisoft, the game’s developer, revealed that Assassin’s Creed Unity will have a native resolution of 900 pixels and it has PS4 users livid.
In order to accommodate the new Batmobile the game environment Xbox One owners will get to play around in when Batman: Arkham Knight eventually arrives will be 5 times larger than what they got to experience in previous games in the series.
If you’re one of the millions who followed along as Microsoft showcased some of the new games coming to the Xbox One over the next year during its E3 2014 briefing than you already know about ScreamRide. When the company showed the game at its event, it was hard not to think of the game as simply theme park maker on rails for a gaming console. As a new video about ScreamRide shows us now, that’s actually the entirety of what the game is, it seems.
Respawn Entertainment, the developers who are responsible for giving us the blockbuster shooter that is Titanfall on the Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC, is preparing to finish the game’s run. Earlier today, Respawn announced that the IMC Rising DLC pack for Titanfall will add the game’s final set of maps beginning tomorrow.
Microsoft, makers of the Xbox One and all other sorts of consumer entertainment and productivity extras from the home and office, is making waves with an announcement it made this morning. Earlier today the company revealed it’s purchasing Mojang, makers of the survival and open-world wonder that is Minecraft.