Throwback Bit Thursday: Fable II

It is no secret that I disliked the original Fable. It was much hyped-up Xbox Action- RPG that failed to deliver on many of its creator’s (Peter Molyneaux) promises. Its sequel, however, aptly titled Fable II, would end up delivering one of the most amazing RPG experiences that I have ever played.   Microsoft’s answer to… Continue reading Throwback Bit Thursday: Fable II

Square Enix Rumors Plus Sony Backtracks on Closing PS3/Vita Stores

The new console generation is taking shape, and it promises to be more competitively fought than the last generation where Sony was able to run away the winner with more than 115 million PlayStation 4s sold, to Microsoft’s estimated 50 million Xbox Ones sold. Square Enix remains one of Sony’s biggest partners, and rumors of a… Continue reading Square Enix Rumors Plus Sony Backtracks on Closing PS3/Vita Stores

Undertale and Octopath Traveler Come To Xbox Game Pass This Month

This month brought two amazing RPGs to Xbox Game pass. Those RPGs are Undertale and Octopath Traveler. Undertale came to Xbox Pass on March 16th and Octopath Traveler came on the 25th. What Is Undertale? Undertale is a 2D RPG created by Toby Fox. You play as a child who fell into the Underground, an… Continue reading Undertale and Octopath Traveler Come To Xbox Game Pass This Month

ES6 and the Rest of Bethesda’s IPs are likely to be Game Pass Exclusives

Last week, Phil Spencer took part in a ‘Roundtable’ chat with Bethesda key figures that discussed future plans for the Xbox brand, including its Game Pass service.  As we know, Microsoft acquired Bethesda, and its vast catalogue of games last year in a historic buyout that totalled $7.5 billion dollars in investment. Elder Scrolls 6 (and… Continue reading ES6 and the Rest of Bethesda’s IPs are likely to be Game Pass Exclusives

According to Developers Nintendo shut down the Golden Eye Remake 

  A few days ago, the world got play a 2007 Golden Eye HD Remake/Remaster, via a leak. The game never saw the light of day as an official release due to legal complications concerning the game’s rights.   The leak has brought back a lot of interest in the details of why the game project… Continue reading According to Developers Nintendo shut down the Golden Eye Remake 

Halo stats and multiplayer are going down in December 2021

In a huge blow to nostalgia, Bungie’s Halo website that holds a treasure trove of player-data is going down in February. On top of that, multiplayer lobbies for all Xbox 360 Halo games will be taken offline in December 2021. Player data for old school Halo games go bye-bye On January 14th, Bungie announced in… Continue reading Halo stats and multiplayer are going down in December 2021

Avowed: What We Know So Far

There are still plenty of questions about Obsidian Entertainment’s upcoming triple-A title, Avowed. The game is a first-person RPG taking place in the fantasy world of Eora. What else do we know about this highly-anticipated title? The Reveal Trailer The reveal trailer for Avowed dropped back in July 2020 during the Xbox Games Showcase. A lot of… Continue reading Avowed: What We Know So Far

Tomonobu Itagaki: “It will be an honor” to Make Games for Microsoft Again

Dead or Alive creator, and Ninja Gaiden director (he revived the franchise on the OG Xbox), Tomonobu Itagaki, posted a recent interview that he had with Bloomberg on his FB page. The interview provides great insight into Itagaki’s future plans, and his deep and storied relationship with Microsoft, and the Xbox brand. When asked by… Continue reading Tomonobu Itagaki: “It will be an honor” to Make Games for Microsoft Again

More Final Fantasy Games Coming to Xbox Game Pass

Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft’s game subscription service, already features a wide array of Japanese RPG games for its subscribers to enjoy. The list of games featured in the service is impressive, it includes modern greats such as Nier Automata, Dragon Quest XI, and Final Fantasy XV. So far, many SquareEnix developed games have been a… Continue reading More Final Fantasy Games Coming to Xbox Game Pass

Video Game History Foundation to Sell Retro Magazines

This month, the Video Game History Foundation begins shipping their vintage video game magazines to the public. For $20 you can buy a retro magazine from them that will be completely random. However, you can also sign up for a monthly subscription that gives you one monthly magazine a month for $15. If you can… Continue reading Video Game History Foundation to Sell Retro Magazines