Xbox One Games

There's Finally Another Way To Play Through Final Fantasy XV's Chapter 13
Square Enix promised that they would "fix" Chapter 13 in Final Fantasy XV, and so they have. Not only is it possible to play through the controversial chapter in a new way, but it's also possible to play the chapter much quicker thanks to a new buff.
Xbox Unveils New Tech Series Controllers
Are you in the market for a fancy new Xbox One controller? Then maybe Microsoft can interest you in its new line of "Tech Series" controller, boasting a spiffy visual upgrade and some additional bells and whistles for a premium price.
Our First Look At Sonic Forces Is Everything We Want From A Sonic The Hedgehog Game
Sonic sure is staying busy these days, what with two brand new games speeding through development. Yes, that's right, I said "two." On top of the upcoming, classic-themed Sonic Mania, Sega earlier today revealed a more modern take on the blue bolt's adventures, Sonic Forces. What's crazy is that both games look rad as hell.
An Xbox One Controller Charger Just Got Recalled, Here's Why
The Xbox One Controller is one of the few in the current generation to actually default to standard batteries. Rechargeable options are available, but one of them has got serious problems.
Paladins Console Closed Beta Is Underway, Get The Details
Hi-Rez Studios' Paladins has been one of the more popular MOBA titles to come out in recent times. It's racked up quite the audience on PC and now the game has made its way to the Xbox One and PS4. Gamers wanting to participate in the closed beta can get the details right now.
How Multiplayer Expansions Will Work In Mass Effect: Andromeda
BioWare's Mass Effect: Andromeda is just a few weeks away from release and the company is still slowly revealing new details about the sci-fi RPG, including how the post-release multiplayer content will work for the game.
Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War Gameplay Walkthrough Is Massive And Brutal
Monolith and Warner Bros., are back at it with the upcoming Middle-Earth: Shadow of War, the sequel to the action-RPG from 2014 called Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor. They released a new gameplay walkthrough video to give gamers a look at the massive and brutal world.
What To Expect From Xbox In 2017, According To Microsoft
Things didn't start in the best way possible for Microsoft and Xbox brand for 2017, when they announced the cancellation of the exclusive Scalebound. Well, gamers are now a little leery about Microsoft and what they have planned for the system in 2017, and Microsoft has given gamers a little bit of something to latch onto when it comes to expectations.
Microsoft Want Anybody To Be Able To Make Video Games, Here's How
It looks like Microsoft wants to open the door to just about anyone who wants to develop a game for their platforms, recently revealing a new program that allows developers to more easily create and release their games through the Xbox One and Windows 10.
Xbox Game Pass Was Bad News For One Company
Microsoft recently announced a new digital game service for the Xbox One called the Xbox Game Pass. It allows you to gain access to a catalog of games for only $10 a month. It's similar to the EA Access program. Following this news, though, one company's shares dropped drastically.
Xbox Achievement Update Will Specify Just How Special You Are
In case you were curious just how many of your fellow gamers have the same Achievements as you, Microsoft has rolled out a small update that puts a finer point on things. As in a decimal point. Yes, Achievement reports have gotten even more precise.
A New Xbox One S Bundle Is Available
Microsoft and Sony have been competing head-to-head in trying to one-up each other when it comes to value bundles. Microsoft has been mixing and matching all different kinds of bundles together in order to outpace the PS4 on the monthly NPD charts, and they now have a new bundle that they've thrown into the mix.
What To Expect From Xbox In 2017
Microsoft had somewhat of a comeback year in 2016. The proliferation of backwards compatible titles helped convince a lot of Xbox 360 owners to upgrade to an Xbox One, and lowered price of the console helped convince reluctant gamers to take a chance. So what can we expect from the Xbox brand in 2017?
Beam Is Now Available For Some Xbox One Users
Several months ago Microsoft made a big move in the live-streaming world by purchasing their own company. Today, Beam goes live on the Xbox One for select users.
Two Games Will Be Available For Free This Weekend On Xbox One
Gamers absolutely interested in spending their weekend playing some new games not already in their library will have an opportunity to do so thanks to a free gaming weekend offered by Microsoft for two popular games on the Xbox One.
Fallout 4 And Skyrim Mods Are Being Capped On Consoles
Bethesda has made a rather unpopular decision for Fallout 4 on home consoles. They decided to cap how many mods you can use on the PS4, PS4 Pro and Xbox One. This arrives shortly after they added PS4 Pro support for their post-apocalyptic game through a recent update.
Why Halo 5 Just Removed Two Playlists
343 Industries is continually making adjustments and modifications to the Halo 5 multiplayer ecosystem. It requires a lot of fine balancing work in order to ensure that it's appropriately suited for all players. Well, part of that suitability included removing two playlists from the multiplayer lineup.
How GTA 4 Is Performing On Xbox One
In case you missed the big news, Grand Theft Auto IV is now available to play on the Xbox One, bringing one of Rockstar Games' most beloved titles from the previous generation to Microsoft's new machine courtesy of backwards compatibility. But now the question remains: Does the game run better on the Xbox One or the Xbox 360?
Biohock Developer's New horror Game Is Heading To The Xbox
BioShock alumni who put together the development studio Deep End Games have been hard at work on their next big project called Perception. The title has been in development for a while, and they previously announced that it was coming to the PS4 and PC, and now Xbox One owners will be able to get in on the action.
Xbox One Just Added A Major Title To Backward Compatibility
Microsoft hasn't stopped adding new (or rather, old) games to the Xbox One's ever-growing library of backwards compatible titles. The newest game to join is actually one of the biggest and best selling games from the seventh gen, and surefire favorite that many gamers still play to this day.

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