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If you manage to get a friend to play Destiny during the holiday season, it sounds like the team at Bungie is putting together something special as a way of saying thank you courtesy of a new Refer-a-Friend program.
The New Xbox One Experience, a massive system update for the console, has arrived worldwide. This patch brings backwards compatibility among other improvements.
This summer Telltale Games announced The Walking Dead: Michonne, a mini-series starring the katana-wielding bad-ass. This week, they indicated that we won't have to wait much longer for the game to arrive.
One of Microsoft's biggest announcements at E3 2015 was backwards compatibility for Xbox One. Xbox One owners will be able to play Xbox 360 games on their new console when the feature publicly launches in Fall 2015.
Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix are prepping for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 release of Rise of the Tomb Raider and the game is being primed to be one of the biggest AAA releases of the fall season.
If there’s one thing that can be said about Destiny, it’s that the game is constantly growing. From a steady stream of patches, updates and DLC, the Destiny of today is vastly different from the Destiny of a year ago. But while the team at Bungie continues to address the concerns of players, it sounds like the team does not plan to ever make one of the most-requested changes to the game.
Crystal Dynamics have been extremely secretive about their upcoming Tomb Raider title for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The game's most pressing details have been kept under wraps all throughout development, but for the launch trailer they decided to focus on the real threat in the game.
If you’ve ever wondered why developers/publishers are plugging microtransactions into their games, this latest piece of news from the folks at Bungie might clear things up a bit: Destiny’s cosmetic items are selling like hotcakes. Or space hotcakes. Are there hotcakes in space?
November will bring a new set of free Xbox 360 and Xbox One games to Xbox Live Gold subscribers. However, the giveaway will be a little more generous this time around.
Microsoft has been sheepishly coy about the release date for the backwards compatibility mode for the Xbox One to date. However, now it's been revealed that backwards compatibility will go live for all Xbox One users starting November 12th.
Bungie is inviting Destiny players to get into the Halloween spirit a little early this year, surprising players of the popular first-person shooter with the “Festival of the Lost,” an two-week that’s full of tricks and treats for Guardians across the globe.
Minecraft studio Mojang hoped to release their game Cobalt on October 30th. Unfortunately, that won't be happening.
It seems like there's more news about what Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 won't have for the Xbox 360 and PS3 than what it will have. The latest news about the seventh generation version of the game is that it won't have a season pass available to those playing on the PS3 and Xbox 360.
Destiny's most difficult challenge to date, the Kings Fall Raid set to hard difficulty, is finally available to stomp Fireteams into the dirt and make them wish they had—What's that? It was beaten within two hours of launching? Well okay then.
So here’s some more bad news if you were hoping to enjoy Call of Duty: Black Ops III on last gen consoles: The team at Beenox is hoping to bring in the final product at just 30 fps for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.