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Microsoft Ends War With Sony (and Nintendo) Fires Shots at Apple Instead

    Over the last few months, it has become clear that Microsoft is seeking to branch out into general Video Game Streaming services. Its xCloud Platform is scheduled for a September 15th release on all Google/Android run devices. Their war with Sony and Nintendo is for all intents and purposes over (at least for […]

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Xbox Velocity Architecture: The Answer to Sony’s Faster SSD

  This week, Microsoft unveiled in a blog post, its solution to the question of whether or not the PS5’s faster solid-state drive (SSD) would be that much faster than Microsoft’s own slower drive when it comes to streaming game assets, and other features while in gameplay. A hardware accelerated decompression solution will bring the […]

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Phil Spencer: Next Gen Exclusives Are “Completely Counter to What Gaming is About”

The lack of ‘exclusive’ titles has haunted the Xbox brand for the past decade, and Microsoft, under the charismatic Phil Spencer, has made moves to secure studios over past the few years in order to change that fact. But perception is a very hard thing to change, especially when we are just a few months […]

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Phil Spencer: “I feel really good about our autumn launch.” Despite Pandemic Concerns

    Microsoft’s Phil Spencer has maintained his confidence in the Series X launch (both in meeting the deadlines, and its forthcoming success) throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic situation. An interview with BBC.com confirms that Spence, and Microsoft are ready for what promises to be a very interesting Next-Generation console launch for both Microsoft and hardware […]

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Xbox Series X: Backwards Compatibility Will Add HDR, Higher Resolutions and More to Original Xbox, and Xbox 360 Games

As if we needed more reasons to be excited about the Xbox Series X. Xbox partner director of program management Jason Ronald wrote about backwards compatibility support for the system in an Xbox Wire Blog post. The system will support games from every Xbox console generation at launch, but it doesn’t end there for said […]

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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla’s Frame Rate Will Not Reach Valhalla

  If you thought you had seen the last of 30 fps games, think again. According to Eurogamer Portugal, Assasin’s Creed Valhalla will run at – a not so impressive – 30 frames per second. Considering how powerful the Xbox Series X is….these are baffling news indeed. Ubisoft didn’t stress, or comment on the frame […]

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Xbox Series X 3rd Party Games Reveal, Thoughts, and Pricing Analysis

This past week, Microsoft unveiled a few third party trailers for the upcoming Xbox Series X. Thus giving gamers a glimpse of – what we assume to be – Launch 3rdparty titles for the system. The reveal, which is much more than we have gotten from Sony in regards to the PS5, keeps Microsoft at […]

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The Bard’s Tale (PS2/XBOX) Review

An Average Action RPG That Is Worth The Price of Admission Thanks to the Jackass Protagonist The Bards Tale is a weird game… in an era where every action RPG not named Zelda or Kingdom Hearts sucks, The Bards Tale is a welcome breath of fresh air, for one reason alone…its plot. No it’s not […]

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Red Dead Revolver Review (XBOX)

Red Dead Revolver(Xbox) Developer: Rockstar Alrighty Regular Nintendo Fans..if you loved Gunsmoke as much as I did. Your are going to love this game even more! This is a 1-4 Player Shoot em Up Western Cowboy game..Your job in this game is to clean up the west as a cowboy hero. Stages ..eh were kinda […]

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Ninja Gaiden (XBOX) Review

Ninja Gaiden (Xbox)-Team Ninja Ninja Gaiden has a very interesting story to in, the sacred sword that your village has been protecting including your father has been stolen by a Dark Lard named Doku who also sleighs your father. You are a young Ninja that goes by the name of Ryu, with the guidence of […]