A video showing off a surprisingly high-quality build of a never-announced and ultimately cancelled Halo Mega Bloks game popped up over the weekend.
From now until October 30, Borderlands: The Handsome Collection will be free to play on the Xbox One.
For all you Life Is Strange fans out there, great news! Legendary Digital Studios is teaming up with Square Enix and dj2 to bring the episodic game to life in a new digital series.
This week has brought the announcements of both the Xbox Live and PlayStation Plus free games. Users will be getting titles ranging from Borderlands to Broforce, continuing the AAA/indie contrast between the two services.
I like to think I have a good intuition. On August 12, 2014, I predicted that Rise of the Tomb Raider would tank commercially. I’m here to tell you that it seems I was right, not to boast and brag, but to point out that console exclusivity can absolutely crush a game. What does Crystal Dynamics do from here?
After a digital security certificate for Xbox Live was “inadvertently leaked,” Microsoft has issued a warning that the Xbox Live website may be open to attacks.
Starting next month, gamers who have an Xbox Live membership will be getting a second Xbox One title for free through Games With Gold; and Microsoft is bringing quite a good couple of games to start with this expansion on the service.
E3 has brought us plenty of new screenshots and pieces of info about Crystal Dynamic’s upcoming release: Rise of the Tomb Raider.
Today at E3, Microsoft announced an amazing feat: the Xbox One will become backwards compatible with digital and disc based Xbox 360 games this holiday season through an update.
The announcement comes quite late into the Xbox 360‘s life cycle, but it has come nonetheless. Via a new update that will launch this year, the Xbox 360 will be able to support external hard drives up to 2 terabytes.
You read that headline correctly: Mircosoft is offering 6 free Games With Gold this month to celebrate over 100 million free games downloaded through the program.