If you’re anything like us, you’ve held out for the day Batman: Arkham Knight arrives on store shelves. There’s still a lot of mystery surrounding the game, which should have originally launched this year. Who is the Arkham Knight? How can he possibly be a formidable opponent to Batman? Does the Batmobile run on diesel or ethanol? A new Batman: Arkham Knight trailer posted to Game Informer doesn’t reveal the answer to any of those questions.
Xbox One and Xbox 360 users who have yet to experience the world of Destiny for themselves now have very few reasons left to do so. Earlier today, Destiny developer Bungee and publisher Activision announced two new crucial experiences. The first is a Destiny Trial that’ll be available on the Xbox One and Sony’s PlayStation 4. The other is a Destiny Demo that’ll be available to owners of the Xbox 360 and PS3.
Developer Ubisoft Montreal has a long slog of fixing bugs and communicating expectations before gamers are going to be willing to look past how bad it bungled the launch of Assassin’s Creed Unity for Xbox One. Last week the company got the ball rolling with a concise and clear blog about its plans to fix the game. Today it took to that same blog to announce the second patch for owners of the Xbox One version.
Say you weren’t thinking about picking up one of the big-budget games coming to the Xbox One today. Microsoft has just the thing for you with discounts on CastleStorm, KickBeat and Stick it to the Man.
Forget purchasing a plane ticket, being forced to pay your airline for a bag that should have been checked and rushing through a TSA checkpoint to make your flight on time. If you’re interesting in watching 343 Industries’ HaloFest activies this evening you can do so absolutely free over Xbox Live.
With Halo: The Master Chief Collection launching tonight and the HaloFest show kicking off in mere hours, what better way is there to celebrate than watching leaked footage of the Halo …
Whether you’re all about motorsports or actual sports, Microsoft is slashing prices on tons of games you may like for this week’s Xbox Live Deals with Gold promotion. Discounted titles include R.B.I Baseball for the Xbox One and Need for Speed Most Wanted for the Xbox 360.
Owning and gaming on an Xbox One or any gaming console is going to get all sorts of expensive over the next few months. That’s why spacing out your gaming purchases is so important. This week expectant buyers can pre-order and pre-download copies of Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Legend of Korra ahead of their release date.