Nintendo Switch Digital Game File Sizes Officially Revealed

Nintendo has revealed the file sizes or a number of Switch games that can be downloaded digitally to the hardware’s internal storage. Also you’ll want to keep in mind is that physical games won’t take up anything on your storage. All this information was found on Nintendo’s Japanese website, while most games will fit comfortably onto the Nintendo Switch’s 32 GB intern...[Read More]

Project Scorpio will feature a “Motion Design Language”

Even before Xbox fans for a glimpse of the innards of what Microsoft has since called Project Scorpio, rumors were circulating about new Xbox hardware to compete with Sony’s then-upcoming Project Neo that released as the PlayStation 4 Pro. However, with Microsoft aiming both to outdo current-generation gaming hardware including the PlayStation 4 Pro as well as begin to revolutionize the desi...[Read More]

Nintendo confirms leaked Switch systems were stolen and illegally resold

It has been a controversial week with the Nintendo Switch as someone from NeoGAF had gotten the console early, but it looks like there is more to the story. Yesterday, the NeoGAF user who received the unit had revealed that “Nintendo has the console back”. He says once he learned it was possibly stolen he “didn’t feel comfortable keeping it”. The user now doesn’t have the Switch but also won’t be ...[Read More]

Nier: Automata may release on Xbox One eventually, just maybe

We’ve heard before of NieR: Automata and fans of the upcoming game have known that it was already guaranteed a PlayStation 4 and PC release, but an Xbox One launch seemed highly unlikely. That might change, sometime in the future though. Here’s why. Express, a British news organization, originally reported that the NieR: Automata‘s producer, Yosuke Saito, explained that “[t...[Read More]

Phil Spencer on 2017’s upcoming games

As we covered earlier today, Phil Spencer discussed Xbox Play Anywhere with Xbox Live’s Larry Hryb and mentioned the game roster for 2017 thus far being less focused on huge core franchises like first-person Halo and Gears of War and more on third-party and exclusive titles. Earlier Friday morning, however, Spencer posted on Xbox Wire regarding the outlook of Xbox gaming for 2017. He took ti...[Read More]

Xbox head Phil Spencer talks Xbox Play Anywhere, exclusives, and 2017 expectations

During Friday’s livestream to celebrate the launch of Microsoft and 343 Industries’ real-time strategy title Halo Wars 2, Xbox Live’s Major Nelson, Larry Hryb, took some time to interview Xbox head Phil Spencer. During the interview portion of the livestream, which you can find linked as the source below, Spencer touched on various aspects of his gaming life and upcoming games fo...[Read More]

Phil Spencer confirms no Halo FPS release this year

Today marks the launch of Halo Wars 2 for the owners of Ultimate Edition (you can read our review here). Yesterday 343 and Xbox team prepared a livestream to talk about the game, show some exclusive content, talk about the future of the game, and as well as some behind-the-scenes of the whole process. Phil Spencer confirmed in an interview with Major Nelson that a Halo First-Person-Shooter title i...[Read More]

User posts video of Nintendo Switch UI early

Today two people in the wild have received a Nintendo Switch early and one of them was a NeoGAF user from London. He revealed that he got his from a retailer early by posting a few pictures of the packaging on the forum. In a recent video he shows you what it’s like when you first turn on the Nintendo Switch and the options it has to offer such as gamer pics, adding 8 accounts to the system ...[Read More]

Cities: Skylines to launch this spring to Xbox One, possible Windows 10 release coming

Last month, we reported that we would be seeing Paradox Interactive’s city building simulator, Cities: Skylines, at GDC 2017 in February. Today, the team behind Cities: Skylines tweeted out from the official Twitter account that the game is coming to Xbox One this spring. The tweet is embedded below. We're thrilled to tell you that @Cities_PDX will be released on @Xbox One this spring! L...[Read More]

Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy coming to PS4 June 30th.

Activision has announced a remastered Crash Bandicoot collection is due to arrive Playstation 4 and Playstation 4 PRO this June for $40. It includes the first three Bandicoot games: Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and Crash Bandicoot: Warped. This trilogy features new animations, lightning, cinematics, a remastered soundtrack, and a new unified save and checkpoint systems. ...[Read More]

Review: Halo Wars 2 (Xbox One)

Title: Halo Wars 2 Developer: 343 Industries / Creative Assembly Publisher: Microsoft Release Date: February 17 for Ultimate Edition owners, February 21 for everyone Platforms available: Xbox One / Windows 10 as Play Anywhere Title Difficulty played: Normal The sequel to the best-selling console real-time strategy (RTS) of all time is launching tomorrow for Ultimate Edition owners and in five days...[Read More]

Microsoft will have their Xbox E3 briefing Sunday, June 11

E3 news has been spilling all over the place this month with the company announcing that it will be opening to the public for the first time and now companies are now revealing their plans for the event. Microsoft have just announced that they will be hosting their Xbox E3 conference on Sunday, June 11th at 2 PM PST, 5 PM EST, 10 PM UK time. This news is a bit shocking as Microsoft usually likes t...[Read More]

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