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Weekly Recap May 25th: Xbox One Announced, Xbox One Controversies, Mirror's Edge 2 Spotted
Microsoft finally unveiled the Xbox One and it didn't come without its fair share rebuttal. While no actual gameplay footage was on display at the Xbox One reveal, E3 will play host to 15 exclusive titles for Microsoft's upcoming console. Also the Wii U got a huge sales boost thanks to the XB1 announcement blunders and EA teased more Mirror's Edge 2
Kinect Is Fundamental For Xbox One Success, Says Microsoft
I don't know if this fits into “inaccurate” and “incomplete” information from gaming media, but Microsoft's own executive vice president, Phil Harrison, has made it known that the key driving force behind the Xbox One will be Kinect 2.0.
Microsoft Blames Gaming Media For Xbox One Consumer Rage?
I like to point the finger at video game journalists often. They're usually a lazy, misinformed, pro-corporate bunch who don't take the actual concerns of the community to heart. I have no love for video game journalism. However, I have been nothing but floored and substantially placed in awe at how well many gaming sites out there have handled the Xbox One situation. Microsoft is a little less enthused about the results, though.
Rush Bros. Makes A Mad Dash Onto Steam
One part platformer, one part racing game and one part rhythm game, Rush Bros. is now available on Steam, tasking players with navigating treacherous mazes as fast as possible, all while avoiding deadly traps that move in time to the music you have playing in the background.
Joe Danger Games Set to Backflip Onto Steam Soon
If there’s one thing I think we can all agree on, it’s that pulling off triple backflips on a motorcycle is pretty cool. We’ve been doing it for years on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 thanks to the Joe Danger series and, soon, we’ll be able to do it on PC as well.
Xbox One Allows Multiple Users On Single Xbox Live Gold Subscription
Finally, good news for the Xbox One. It seems like ever since the reveal during the afternoon of May 21st earlier this week, all we've had to report on is bad news after bad news after bad news. It has literally been one of the most disastrous public relations nightmares for a console manufacture since the actual reveal of the hardware failure rate for the Xbox 360.
GameStop Offering $50 Trade-In Of Wii Towards Wii U
Following the huge boost in sales from the Wii U right after the news broke about the Xbox One, the used game fees, the 24 hour mandatory check-in and the always-listening, always-on Kinect, GameStop decided to hop on the marketing wagon by offering a special deal on the Wii U, as well.
Rise Of The Triad Loading Screens Honor The PC Master Race
There aren't many games out there that really celebrate the PC as a lead platform. Yes, there is Natural Selection, Primal Carnage and indie games here and there, but how often do you see games like Hard Reset and The Witcher really ham-fisting it home that they were made to celebrate PC gaming? Well, Interceptor Entertainment is doing just that with Rise of the Triad.
Need For Speed: Rivals Not Coming To Wii U
Electronic Arts has continued to make it known that they will punish Nintendo at every turn over the business fallout that occurred last year, just before the launch of the Wii U during 2012's Holiday Season. So how do they continue to punish the Big 'N'? By withholding Need for Speed: Rivals, the latest racing title running on the Frostbite 3.
Eighteen G5 Kindle Fire Games One Sale For Memorial Day
It's Memorial Day weekend and, to celebrate, G5 Entertainment is offering up 18 of its best titles with deep discounts on the Kindle Fire. If you haven't really explored the gaming opportunities available on your e-reader, now might be a good time to do so on the cheap.
Xbox One Used Game Activation Fee Is $52?
New information has emerged as gaming media, for the first time, is working overtime to get a clarification on the used game fees and always-on DRM for the Xbox One. The new information rolls out an explanation of how much you have to pay and who gets paid what every time a game is traded in.
Three Kirby Games Steamroll Nintendo eShop This Week
This week is all about Kirby as the Nintendo eShop updates with three new titles featuring the developer’s round, pink ball of adorableness.
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