The Xbox One was officially released on November 22, 2013. In the four years it has been in circulation, it has sold almost 30 million units according to various sources. The console has hosted some of the computer industry's most iconic games but it also has its fair share of frustrating titles.
Telltale has built up quite a reputation for themselves over the last few years with high-quality games that put story first. Their ability to take you on an emotive adventure through well-thought-out characters while putting tough decisions in the player's hands is extraordinary.
As a fiction device, déjà vu is a difficult concept to get right. After all, the story or gameplay involved has to be compelling enough to keep the player coming back–over and over and over again.
When it comes to the world of console gaming, there are really only two serious contenders left when it comes to the battle of the top consoles: Sony versus Microsoft. Sure, Atari are trying to bring back their former glory days courtesy of their decision to release a new console.
As any keen gamer will tell you, their passion for gaming can most likely be traced all the way back to their childhood years.
The pirate theme has remained popular in the video game industry for decades. Why? Because the pirates of popular culture represent excitement, danger and freedom: answering to nobody, taking destiny into their own hands.
Whenever something new manages to make its way into popular culture, it is usually through a gradual process of filtration. Before we realize it, the zeitgeist is populated with things that have crept in.
Gwent: The Witcher Card Game is a standalone version of Geralt of Rivia's favourite pastime in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, which is available to play now in beta format on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows.
Believe it or not, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy may be the face of the gaming industry's newest trend. It's important to preserve history.
So, it has officially been launched and we finally got our first proper look at it a few weeks ago when Microsoft took the wrapping off the new Xbox One at E3 2017 in Los Angeles. Project Scorpio, as it was codenamed, has been eagerly awaited by us at ICXM—and all our readers—for 12 months from when it was first teased at E3 2016 and we finally got to see a glimpse of it.
With the latest revelation that the developers behind Star Citizen have bet the farm on more funding with a financial institution, it might seem that the Star Citizen dream is finally dead.
During an interview with Eurogamer, notorious Sony executive and certified crackpot Jim Ryan was grilled not only for their lacklustre E3 showing, but also for their inability to allow cross-play.
PlayStation global sales and marketing manager Jim Ryan believes it's unlikely that developers will exhaust the additional assets and time that it takes to develop a more graphically notable difference on the Xbox One X if they have already reached a limit that the PlayStation 4 Pro cannot surpass.
Why the Xbox One X proved that power mattered more to gamers in general than how many great games either Microsoft and Sony showed at E3 2017.
Microsoft is on the front foot, with Nintendo firmly burrowed in on the lower end of the spectrum. Sony is potentially in a very bad position, let’s sit back and see how they dig themselves out of this one. It will be very entertaining.