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GTA V comes first in top 10 UK sales chart

Grand Theft Auto V has beaten off competition from new release Nioh to top the physical chart once again in the UK. Nioh, PlayStation 4 exclusive only finished at number 2, while Resident Evil 7: Biohazard slips to No. 3 for the week ending February 10. It was recently announced during Take-Two’s earning call that Grand Theft Auto V had shipped 75 million copies worldwide. Hitman: The Comple...[Read More]

Grand Theft Auto IV sales jump after gaining Xbox One Backwards Compatibility

Last week, Rockstar’s last-generation hit Grand Theft Auto IV gained backwards compatibility on the Xbox One. While it’s always great to play the latest, best-looking games, classics like GTA IV are always a welcome change, and many gamers felt the same. According to gamingbolt.com, GTA IV’s sales jumped a massive 7,000% in the past few days. Backwards Compatibility on Xbox One i...[Read More]

Spheroids comes to Xbox One and Windows 10

Spheroids, a 2D sidescroller from indie developer Eclipse Games, is the latest Xbox Play Anywhere title to land on the Windows Store. The retro-looking game was released on PlayStation 4 last month and the game did receive positive reviews. In Spheroids you take control of Lucas, a jumpy Canadian boy who sets out on an adventure with his crazy scientist companion Otto after it’s discovered that th...[Read More]

World War I shooter Verdun enters certification by Microsoft, Xbox One release coming soon

If you’re a PC gamer, war shooters are numerous and vary wildly in realism and target audience. As a console player, most war shooters have to stand up to the big Battlefield launch of that year, and it often ends in varying degrees of success. One war shooter named for a famous World War I battle aims to offer a realistic experience that still lets players gear up alongside friends online. ...[Read More]

Sony won the NPD for January 2017 in the US

The first month of 2017 has wrapped up and the results are in for the latest NPD report in the US. It looks like Sony has won the month of January with the PlayStation 4 leading in sales and the Xbox One right behind it again obviously. According to Zhuge on Twitter, Xbox One had a strong start in 2017 with the number of hours played on the console up 21% YoY. Unit sales also up YoY in January. Be...[Read More]

Here is what we officially know about Destiny 2

Today has been a hectic day for the Destiny community. Earlier we reported on a rumor that said the sequel would be called “Forge of Hope” which was denied by Bungie. Well today during Activision’s earnings call we learned a lot of new things about their relationship with Bungie and obviously the companies plans to make the game better such as Story. First off Destiny 2’s d...[Read More]

Call of Duty 2017 will ‘take Call of Duty back to its roots’

During Activision Blizzard’s Q4 Earnings Call, Activision confirmed Call of Duty 2017 will take Call of Duty back to its roots. We haven’t heard what specifically will be in Call of Duty 2017 such as the setting, for example World War now I am not indicating that the setting will be WWII or WWI, but we’ve seen the success with Battlefield 1. This years Call of Duty will be developed by...[Read More]

Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City rated for Xbox One.

UPDATE: GTA IV and Episodes from Liberty City are now BC on Xbox One Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City has been ESRB rated for Xbox One and it’s likely an announcement for Backward Compatibility is imminent. This news comes from a tweet by Wario64 who shared a picture detailing the rating summary for the game and that it is indeed for Xbox. Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty ...[Read More]

Two Halo Wars 2 Live Action Ads Released

Halo Wars 2 releases in about 8 days for Ultimate Edition pre-orders and the game will release on February 21 for everyone. Today Microsoft released two new live action ads for the game featuring Atriox and Captain Cutter and they are hysterical. One of them is when they are both on a airplane and Atriox uses Cutter as a armrest and the other is them trying to make a deal for a car in a strategic ...[Read More]

Rumor: Destiny II: Forge of Hope to launch Q4 2017, and much more

UPDATE: Full Destiny Sequel confirmed for 2017 and Forge of Hope will not be its name says Eric Osborne, Marketing Director at Bungie on Twitter Source: NeoGAF We are bound to hear information about Destiny’s sequel within the next few months with E3 around the corner and Bungie doesn’t have much to do in Destiny besides nerfing weapons and doing small updates to the game. Rumors are s...[Read More]

Xbox Snap is gone, but it may have a replacement already

As readers will know, Xbox lost its Snap Mode feature in a recent build update to the system via the Xbox Insider Program. While some fans may wish it good riddance, other have lost a valuable feature for multi-viewing content on their console. Since Windows 10 and Xbox are now built on the same unified core codebase, known as OneCore, features enabled specifically for one have make it easier for ...[Read More]

PlayStation 4 may not get Fallout Shelter

One of the greatest things about Xbox One is the universal windows platform apps made for it adding endless options for things like music, themes, etc. Bethesda took advantage with adding Fallout Shelter to the Xbox Play Anywhere program which means on the console and on Windows 10 as well. The title was a huge hit on mobile when it first launched in June 2015, earning a huge $5 million in its fir...[Read More]

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