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Metro: Last Light DLC Season Pass Now On Sale
Today Metro: Last Light publisher Deep Silver announced their downloadable content plans for the post-apocalyptic shooter. The first DLC pack will be arriving in June.
Xbox One's E3 Conference Will Be Games, Games And More Games
So we didn't get to see any actual live, in-game footage from the Xbox One's pre-E3 conference yesterday. It was all CG or scripted sequencing and it left a real foul taste in the mouths of gamers. Thankfully, Microsoft's internal executives are well aware of this and they promise that come E3, Xbox One will be games, games, games.
Need For Speed: Next Game Teased By EA
EA seems to be on the verge of announcing the next Need for Speed. They've released an image suggesting that it will be a new entry in the Hot Pursuit sub-series.
Xbox One's Used Game Policy Still Being Finalized, Says Microsoft
Following the announcement of the Xbox One yesterday, there has been a huge flurry of news that went from excitement over a new console to trying to survive a dungstorm of poorly communicated information and poorly revealed policies. Well, Microsoft is backtracking and we should all be glad.
Ryse Is Xbox One Exclusive, More Details Coming At E3
Crytek's hack-and-slash game Ryse, first announced for the Xbox 360 back in 2011, is still in development. However, the game is now targeted for the next-gen console Xbox One.
Scourge: Outbreak Breaks Out On XBLA July 3
Shooting stuff never gets old. They'll even be dong it in the future. For further proof of that fact, you'll want to check out Scourge: Outbreak. It arrives on Xbox Live July 3, offering up a squad-based third-person shooting experience in a cheaper downloadable package.
Xbox One Used Game Fee Has Gamers Raging While Angry Joe Fights Back
Oh boy, the fallout is spreading and it's not looking good for Microsoft. I was a little on the fence about the announcement for the Xbox One, joining the side of apologists saying “Uhh...well...let's wait for E3”. However, as the day wore on, a few legitimate gaming journalists (yes, there are some that exist) actually bothered asking real journalistic questions and the results weren't good.
Xbox One's Kinect Is Always On And Listening
Remember from a while back we ran an article about a leak regarding the functionality of Kinect 2.0? That the device would be able to tell how many people are viewing content and that it was somewhat “always-on” for copyright protection purposes? Well, Microsoft has confirmed that Kinect 2.0 always listens...and some are concerned it's always watching, too.
Enlighten Next-Generation Lighting Tech Available For Xbox One
Geomerics has announced that the Enlighten lighting engine toolset is now currently available as an SDK for aspiring developers for Microsoft's recently announced Xbox One. Following shortly on the heels of the official unveil that took place earlier today, Geomerics made it known that their next-gen toolset will support all the top next-gen consoles.
Call Of Duty: Ghosts Screenshots Traverse The Jungle
Activision has released the first Call of Duty: Ghosts screenshots this afternoon. They depict scenes also shown in the first in-game footage released today.
PS4 Vs Xbox One Console Reveal Breakdown
First impressions of a home entertainment console can make or break first-adopter perception: Will I buy this console day one? Will I pre-order it before I know enough about it? Are the prospects in line of what I want out of a media entertainment device? Well, we look at these and more in this brief breakdown between Sony's reveal of the PlayStation 4 from back in February and Microsoft's unveil of the Xbox One.
Battlefield 4 Release Date Confirmed, China Rising DLC Is Pre-Order Bonus
Today DICE confirmed what everyone already suspected: Battlefield 4 will be arriving on Xbox One and PS4 in addition to the current-gen systems and the PC. The military shooter will be debuting in October.