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Current Generation Console Sales Could Predict Results of the Next Race

We are in the final months before the release of new Sony and Microsoft machines, and even Nintendo is rumored to be launching a new Switch next year. So, it is likely  that the latest sales numbers (and estimates) are probably close to what the final tally for this generation will be for at least […]

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Bungie Veteran Called into Action to Save Halo Infinite

The Halo Infinite saga, took yet, another turn this week. After numerous  rumors of developmental turmoil in the  weeks following the disastrous July 23rd presentation. Signs point to 343 Industries having all sorts of issues with getting the game done, and Microsoft, has – wisely I might add – stepped in to try to salvage […]

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Halo Infinite Remains on Target for a 2021 Release on Xbox One/Series X

Halo Infinite’s turbulent development has had enough rumors (both confirmed and unconfirmed) to write an entertaining Netflix series about its controversial development saga. Less than a year ago, when the first trailer for the game was unveiled, everything seemed to have been running smoothly. Microsoft touted the game as a launch title that would showcase […]

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A Plague Tale: Innocence (PS4/Xbox One) Review

    It is not often that I am generally pleased by a game that I hadn’t read much about, and therefore had low expectations for, before I finally played it. That’s the case with A Plague Tale: Innocence, Asobo Studio’s 3rd person action adventure game available on Windows PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. […]

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The Xbox One X Has Been Discontinued:  Four Reasons For Why it Happened

Microsoft’s most powerful console is being put to rest before even reaching its third-year birthday. In a stunning move, Microsoft announced that it will not be manufacturing any more Xbox One X consoles, and that the Xbox One line will live on through the considerably less powerful Xbox One S. The News were stunning, as […]

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Microsoft Is Likely to Have a Budget Version of its Series X Console Code Named Lockhart According to Tech Spec Leak

The long rumored, but unconfirmed Xbox console codenamed “Lockhart” seems to be a reality as specs have been leaked, as documents on a twitter post show. While this version of the console has long been rumored, and it would serve the Xbox Series X as a cheaper alternative to the system (much like the Xbox […]

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Phil Spencer Says Gaming is Having a “Global Moment” But Not Under the Circumstances He Would Have Wanted To

The COVID-19 Pandemic has rampaged the world, and it has had an impact on the gaming industry. Millions of people forced indoors for prolonged periods of time has elevated video games sales to absurdly high numbers for the time period. Xbox’s head, the charismatic Phil Spencer in an interview with Business Insider couldn’t help but […]

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (PS4/XboxOne) Review

The greatest open world fantasy game of all time the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (at least by yours truly’s reckoning), returned in 2016, in remastered form for PS4 and XBOX ONE. It added mod support, and a minor graphical overhaul. In this review, I will answer to the most important of questions regarding the game: […]

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Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS4) Review

Red Dead Redemption 2 was one of, if not the most anticipated games of this generation. It broke, and set, records for sales and revenues on its first weekend, and has sold over 25 million copies in less than a year since its release. For those not familiar with video game sales, those numbers are, […]

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Final Fantasy XV (PS4) Review

After Final Fantasy XIII I must confess that I boycotted the series. Sakaguchi’s departure left a void that remained unfilled a decade after his last game at Squaresoft; FFX. I bought FFXV at a bargain sale of used games for 9.99, meaning that my Boycott technically still stands as Square didn’t make a dime on […]