Weekly Recap: Xbox One Loses Its Biggest Exclusives And 5 Other Huge Stories
79% Of Gamers Don't Want An XboneUh oh, Microsoft is in serious trouble. The company could be reeling after new survey data has been revealed indicating that the $399 Xbone isn't on as many gamer's wishlists as they might have wanted. Corsair and SanDisk unveiled two new SSD devices for home consoles, free realm transfers have been announced and made available to the denizens of Wild Star, Arc System announced some snazzy new features for the upcoming PlayStation exclusive Guilty Gear Xrd: SIGN... something both PS3 and PS4 gamers will enjoy. Terraria is scheduled to launch for the PS4 and Xbox One this fall, and Crytek USA have announced a brand new co-op shooter called Hunt: Horrors of the Gilded Age.
Xbox One Apps No Longer Require Xbox Live GoldFinally, a serious breath of fresh air. The Xbox One and Xbox 360 have given up the subscription requirements for apps. Drakengard 3 gets some brand new DLC, Dark Souls 2 is also getting some brand new DLC, and Zen Pinball is getting some brand new DLC. Lots and lots and lots of DLC released. Uncharted 3's single-player campaign is available to download for free on the PS3. The Wii U continues to stomp a mudhole in the PS4 and we give our final verdict on Murdered: Soul Suspect.
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