New Xbox Game Pass Games For July

Today we learned about the new additions coming to Xbox Games Pass during the month of July. The service will be adding several titles this month which are listed below along with their dates of availability. Middle-earth: Shadow of War – 7/4​ My Time at Portia – 7/4​ Undertale – 7/4​ Blazing Chrome – 7/11 […]

Xbox Scarlett to Support 4 Generations Of Games

During Inside Xbox, Xbox head Phil Spencer confirmed Microsofts intention to “respect the purchases” of its customers and the teams goal to bring every past gamer over to Project Scarlett as well as all its accessories. This means that they are aiming to have backwards compatibility with the original Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and […]

Microsoft to Release Xbox Body Wash

Video Games as a market today seems straightforward for the most part. Companies design and build games and platforms to play them on and we as consumers purchase them and rate our overall enjoyment with future purchases and support. In that description I didn’t mention any grooming or soap products like Dove,Old Spice,Irish Spring, or Axe. And while […]

Titan One = Tactical Creativity For Gamers

So What Is A Titan One? The Titan One device simply offers a gamer a unique experience in which he or she can expand their game-play options. Cheating now has only become simple convenience, or has it? But wait..When you think about it, what is “Cheating’s” intended purpose? We all want a “Cheat” or “advantage” over […]

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 Last-Gen On Hold Indefinitely

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 released late last month as a buggy mess of a game on PS4 and Xbox One, and the game has received very poor reviews across the board. A last-gen version was supposed to be released on November 13, 2015 on Ps3 and Xbox 360, but Activision has announced that those […]

Microsoft E3 2015 Conference Roundup

I must say, Microsoft really outdid themselves this year. Most people were very impressed by what they had to offer. Here’s a quick list of all that was covered today at Microsoft’s Press Conference: Halo 5: Guardians gameplay and cinematic trailer Recore trailer (new IP) Xbox One backwards compatibility announced New Xbox Elite controller Fallout […]

Xbox One to Support Backwards Compatibility

At Microsoft’s E3 conference, it was officially announced that the Xbox One will finally be backwards compatible with Xbox 360 titles. Players will be able to use physical retail discs, or download Xbox 360 games digitally. New Xbox One features will also be supported. One hundred games are set to be playable by this holiday. […]