Get ready for possibly the toughest hit to date as you won't have much help finding this weekend's Elusive Target. But here's the best information you're going to get.

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Bugbear Entertainment's Next Car Game: Wreckfest, a game that originally launched in Steam Early Access back in 2014, is coming to console in 2017.

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Kingdom: New Lands might looks like a platformer or an action game given its side-scrolling nature, but in reality it’s actually a strategy title which features many different environments for you to master. Think of it as a tower defense experience because that’s what is closely resembles. The developers somewhat tease you regarding the nature of the game when they say, “Tales spread of far off isles with mysteries waiting to be discovered.”

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Today, Ubisoft announced that Rocksmith 2014 Edition: Remastered, an updated and improved version of Rocksmith 2014 Edition, will be available this autumn. The remastered edition can be purchased digitally for new users and it will be available for current owners as a free downloadable patch on all platforms.

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Nonviolent action adventure platformer Shiny is blasting onto PC August 31, but Garage227 regretfully announces that Xbox One gamers must wait a little longer before they can save Kramer227 and his robot friends. The Xbox One version needs a few final tweaks before players can jump, fly and swing their way past a bevy of challenging puzzles and levels. Luckily the wait isn’t too long, as Shiny will be launching on Xbox One in October.

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During a financial conference call, GameStop executives shared their opinions on the launch of the Xbox One S as well as expressed their hopes for similar strong sales with future Xbox One S models.

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Resident Evil 7's trailers and playable demo haven't really revealed anything about the plot of the game or what players can be expected to do during it. A recent ESRB listing for Resident Evil 7, however, has revealed numerous details ranging from its plot to its location.

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When Rare showed off the awesome trailers for Sea of Thieves at several E3 events, it was pretty much obvious that everyone would be excited.

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The Emmy-award winning composer for HBO's dark fantasy show Game of Thrones, Ramin Djawadi, has announced that he is behind the music for the fourth entry in the Gears of War series.

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The Worms series has been around for 21 years and chances are you've played at least one of them. It's amazing how Team 17 has managed to keep the series alive year after year, I mean, the Worms series is older than I am and people get bored of me after a couple of hours so just how has Worms survived for so long?

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Smaller games have always been popular on Xbox One and it looks like two more little gems are going to be available soon. Today, FreezeMe and King Oddball went up for preorder. While they're tiny games, they look quite unique. FreezeMe is a Super Mario-like platformer and King Oddball is a crashing-objects puzzle title.

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In order to fix multiple technical issues with The Division, Ubisoft will be delaying its future DLC to focus on making the core experience better.

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We've got super important news. The Pit People Xbox One closed beta will launch on the afternoon of September 8, 2016 and run through September 15, 2016. We've also got a new gameplay trailer just for you! It shows off the single-player modes, co-op modes, and veruses. Check it out if you're feeling cooperative.

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Puzzle madness Raining Blobs is heading to Xbox One. The game features many players, arcade, challenging, falling blobs, puzzle game. It's inspired by Japanese classics. Push your brain and reflexes to the limit in Arcade co-op, Arcade versus, Tournament, Endless Battle and Puzzle modes coupled with challenging local and global achievements and leaderboards.

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A lot of Xbox One games came out today and many of them are excellent experiences. Please note that we try to incorporate all releases despite what region they're in. Unlike PlayStation 4, you can buy any digital game on your Xbox One from any region and play it on your console by changing the region settings on the device. This is why we tell you all releases.

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Adult Swim Games has announced that they will be publishing ToeJam and Earl: Back in the Groove which was originally announced in 2015 and crowdfunded through Kickstarter.

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Alongside the gigantic September update, fans of Halo 5 will be able to access the Halo app on Windows 10.

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Major Nelson has announced on Twitter that the Xbox Live Arcade Game, Joust, is now available to play on Xbox One through backward compatibility.

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Join designer Richard Rouse as he guides you through The Church in the Darkness, an upcoming action-infiltration game that delves into the cults and radical movements of the 1970s as you attempt to locate your nephew in the isolated confines of Freedom Town. Watch the gameplay video with commentary from designer Richard Rouse.

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Ravenscourt and Voxler today announce that Now That's What I Call Sing 2 will be available from October 14 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft. Now That's What I Call Sing 2 will allow players to choose from thirty smash hits across both single-player and multiplayer, which will support up to eight players on consoles.

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