Posts Tagged ‘Xbox One’

Consoles Get Their Own Version of Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood

by Peter Paltridgeon June 9, 2021
What can you play the latest ESO chapter on? As of now, it doesn’t matter what you game on…the console version of Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood has officially launched, but is it any different than the PC version? The answer is no…the console and PC versions of Blackwood are the same game. Both add at […]

Dragon Quest XI S Coming To PS4, XBox, PC

by Peter Paltridgeon November 5, 2020
First there was Dragon Quest XI….a fine game, but with a lacking soundtrack? Then there was Dragon Quest XI S…an update with additional features including a refined, fully orchestrated soundtrack…but only on Switch? It won’t remain exclusive for long, however…the S version is coming to PS4, XBox One and PC on December 4. As on […]

Dying Light 2

New Story Trailer For Dying Light 2 arrives

by Todd Blackon June 10, 2019
Was Dying Light 2 at E3 2019? Did they show off some new stuff? Dying Light 2, the highly anticipated sequel to the award-winning open world survival horror action game, has returned to E3 with a gripping trailer. In it, we get our first glimpse of the game’s new protagonist as he navigates a world […]
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Original Pillars of Eternity Coming To Consoles!

by Todd Blackon June 21, 2017
Video games often have a tendency to sometimes go to platforms you’d never expect them to, at times you’d never expect them to go to them. Take for example Pillars of Eternity. This now classic RPG, which has a sequel in development now, has been a hit on PC ever since launch, and its successful […]

The Surge

The Surge Gets Launch Trailer!

by Todd Blackon May 14, 2017
The action hack-n-slash RPG The Surge is set for release on Tuesday, and to show off what the game is about, a new launch trailer has been released for it by developer Focus Home Interactive. The Surge takes place inside a mega-corporation known as CREO, You play as Warren, who is on the first day […]
Rocket League

Rocket League Devs Give Update On Cross-Play Capabilities

by Todd Blackon March 29, 2017
Rocket League continues to be a game that is very popular. It set many records in 2016, and the team at Psynoix have been working hard to ensure that players are content with all that is going on with the game. Vice President Jeremy Dunham talked with IGN about this very thing. He noted that for […]

Rocket League

Rocket League Has No Plans For Sequel At Present

by Todd Blackon March 14, 2017
Rocket League has been a surprise hit since it launched in 2015. In fact, it was one of the best-selling games on PS4 last year via digital download. With sales being confirmed at 10.5 million, some fans are wondering if there will be a sequel soon. But, Psyonix Vice President Jeremy Dunham said they have no […]
Warhammer Quest

Warhammer Quest Coming To Xbox One And PS4 This Months!

by Todd Blackon February 17, 2017
Fans of the Warhammer series can rejoice even more now, as the top down game Warhammer Quest has been announced to be coming to Xbox One and PS4 later this month. The game released on previous platforms before and did rather well, thus the reason for the port. Developer Chilled Games did note though that […]

Mass Effect Andromeda

Mass Effect Andromeda Gets Cinematic Trailer

by Todd Blackon January 26, 2017
Mass Effect Andromeda fans were very happy today, as the game a much desired cinematic trailer. One that focused on not only the new team, but on what is to come in the game. The really focus of this trailer was on the new main character, Ryder, the male version at least, as he and […]

Why the Major Delay for Scalebound? Find Out Xbox’s Explanation Here!

by Jeffrey Harrison January 29, 2016
Previously, Platinum Games announced an upcoming action RPG project entitled Scalebound. Unfortunately, the game was recently delayed to 2017. Microsoft was hoping the game would be a big Xbox One exclusive for 2016, but that will no longer be the case. Speaking to IGN (via Gamespot), Microsoft’s marketing manager Aaron Greenberg explained the reasons for the […]