Microsoft has officially announced the November lineup for Games with Gold, offering a trio of titles for Xbox consoles that include Vikings, pinatas and guerillas. Notice thatís the guerillas that typically take part in a violent uprisings and not the gorillas that hide in the tall grass and bite faces.
So you want to play Xbox One games and Xbox 360 games from the same source? Well, there's an unofficial way to make it happen and it's not actually for sale. Nevertheless, it's a really cool device called the Xbook Duo that combines the Xbox One and Xbox 360 into one central location. If that sounds kind of confusing it's because it's all kinds of Jerry-rigging awesomeness.
Microsoft released the latest cinematic trailer for Halo: The Master Chief Collection featuring snippets of high-quality cinematics from Halo 2: The Anniversary Edition. The trailer is pretty good and definitely gets gamers amped up for the upcoming release.
Electronic Arts and DICE have finally set a release window for the highly anticipated Star Wars game, Battlefront. It's not Star Wars: Battlefront III or Star Wars: Battlefront: The New One it's just Star Wars: Battlefront. Presumably EA will want to reboot the franchise and do their own bi-annual trilogy to milk for as much money as they possibly can.
Assassin's Creed Unity's latest trailer isn't set during the French Revolution. Instead, it takes us to a different conflict: World War 2. Whaaaaa?
Dragon Age: Inquisition is launching soon and players can get ready for its release with a free program from BioWare called Dragon Age Keep. This program enables players to carry over their decisions from Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age 2.
Fast cars, sunset-hued cinematography and plenty of explosions. Nope, this isn't a Michael Bay film but Visceral Games and EA sure could have fooled a lot of people with the latest trailer for the upcoming first-person shooter game. The trailer doesn't come alone as it's been revealed that the official release date for the military-police shooter is March 15th, 2015.
Assassin's Creed fans have been hoping for a game set in feudal Japan for years. In a new interview, Ubisoft's creative director Alex Hutchinson explains why this setting hasn't been featured in the series yet.
Dying Light developer Techland has killed the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the survival horror game. They felt that the older consoles couldn't handle the game.
Destiny's first expansion pack "The Dark Below" will be coming before the end of the year, Bungie says. "Dark" will introduce new activities for every type of Destiny player.
Joe Henson and Alexis Smith, better known in the music circles as The Flight, were in charge of bringing the soundtrack to life for one of the most critically recognized and intense first-person thrillers that dropped this year. The name of the game? Alien: Isolation.
Gaming is going through some strange times these days, especially when someone like former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani comes out in favor of a game like Call of Duty. Why did this happen and how? Well, it all started a not-so-long time ago in a far away city when a former dictator and convicted murderer sued Activision for stealing his identity and using it in Call of Duty.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, like the many COD games that came before it, will get plenty of post-launch DLC. Today Activision shared the first details on this paid content.
Rockstar Games previously announced that GTA 5 PS3 and Xbox 360 owners would get exclusive rewards for upgrading to the PS4, Xbox One or PC versions. Today they revealed just what those perks will be.
Ubisoft released a new trailer for The Crew focusing on the game's customization for vehicles and how gamers will be able to bust through the gates of creativity and modify the vehicles to suit their idealistic rubber-burning needs.