Coming fresh off a holiday weekend, it’s probably very likely that you’ve killed off the last of your unplayed summer games collection. Good news though, If you have an Xbox Live subscription, Microsoft is offering Super Time Force, Monaco and Halo: Reach at absolutely no additional charge.
Xbox One owners excited to get their hands on Assassin’s Creed Unity are having a rough couple of hours. This morning Ubisoft formally announced that the game’s release date was being delayed into November.
If by calling Ryse: Son of Rome an Xbox One exclusive, you thought Microsoft was saying that the gorgeous adventure game involving Roman generals, sword fighting and spear throwing was going to only be made available on Microsoft’s Xbox One console, you were mistaken. Earlier today Deep Silver, the game’s publisher, announced that owners of high-end laptops and desktops running Microsoft’s Windows operating system, will be able to play the game soon.
All at once you could hear it. Millions of Xbox users all rushing to comment on the games Microsoft plans to hand out free to Xbox Live Gold users through its Games With Gold promotion. With games like Dishonored & Crimson Dragon, whether you’re disappointed may just come down to taste.
By now seasoned Xbox 360 owners are familiar with the drill. Like with the Xbox One, Microsoft gifts Xbox 360 users two free games a month. As of today that game is BattleBlock Theater an Xbox Live Arcade game that would have normally cost them $14.99.
If you aren’t French you probably don’t know that today is the 225th anniversary of the storming of the Bastille. French video game developer Ubisoft remembered and it’s celebrating with a new trailer for Assassin’s Creed: Unity.
The highly anticipated Destiny Beta will kick off for Xbox 360 and Xbox One users on July 23rd.