Every day many games come to Xbox One and there are always some surprises. For example, today we saw the release of XCOM 2 and much more. Last week we got the fantastic Virginia and Toy Odessey. Well, two listings recently popped up on the Xbox Store that many users will enjoy.
This week's Deals with Gold were just revealed and they include some great discounts on popular titles. Grand Theft Auto 5 and Mirror's Edge Catalyst seem to be the highlight this month. The Xbox 360 also got some great deals as well.
According to a study by the Global Web Index, Xbox One users spend more timing gaming than any other platform. Xbox One owners on average spend 2 hours and 27 minutes gaming which is closely followed by Nintendo Wii U owners at 2 hours and 26 minutes.
Wired Productions, an independent games publisher, today revealed that its much anticipated rock-themed co-op dungeon brawler Super Dungeon Bros, is set to launch worldwide at physical and digital retailers on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Steam this November 1, 2016 for £15 or €20.
Virtual Air Guitar Company, developer of the recently released Kung-Fu for Kinect on Xbox One, has announced a limited-time special offer called the Kinect Triple Bundle: Beats & Booms & Squids. The package contains Beatsplosion, Boom Ball for Kinect and Squid Hero for Kinect and is priced at $25 in the United States and €25 or £20 elsewhere.
Fear and isolation seep through the walls of an abandoned southern farmhouse. Resident Evil 7 marks a new beginning for survival horror with the isolated view of the visceral new first-person perspective. Powered by a new engine, horror reaches incredible heights of immersion as players enter a terrifyingly new world of fear as they fight to survive.
Injustice 2 looks like quite a step up from normal fighting games. Not only are the visuals gorgeous, but it also adds new mechanics like transforming heroes. We just got a better look at the gameplay and it looks like this title favors precision more than the previous title.
Destiny is an oddity. When it released, the game could be comparable to the broken promises of a recent title like No Man's Sky. Since then, the developers have considerably balanced the mechanics and added a lot of content which adds replayability. If you look at the individual pieces in Destiny: The Collection, they don't shine but let's imagine that Destiny came out today.
Yooka-Laylee is an all-new open-world platformer from key creative talent behind the Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong Country games. Newly-formed as Playtonic Games, the team is building a spiritual successor to its most cherished work from the past! We just got a new trailer introducing the characters.
As I said last year, and will probably say again next year, annual sports games are surprisingly tricky to review. The changes are usually subtle, numerous and may not truly reveal themselves until many hours after a typical review period. Mercifully, however, this year's release has at least one major addition that doesn't make discussing it feel like a game of spot the difference.
Final Fantasy 15 is looking to be quite an adventure and today we got a look at some gameplay from the Xbox One version. The title looks fantastic running on the console and it features intense combat and superb graphics. You can take a look at the footage posted by DualShockers.
You'd be forgiven for glazing over when a game developer starts talking about remastering old "classics". This generation has been filled to the brim with them, from games like Halo: The Master Chief Collection to The Last of Us: Remastered.