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New Xbox ‘Project Scorpio’ Details Revealed

The first confirmed details for Xbox’s’ next iterative console, codenamed Scoprio, since its surprise E3 2016 reveal have surfaced. As expected, the fine reporters at Digital Foundry took a trip to Redmond and got a first-hand look under the hood […]


GDC17: Indies Rule the House at Microsoft’s ID@Xbox Event

Article Written By: Tori Dominowski The Game Developers’ Conference lets independent game makers to show off their projects in a professional setting, while giving platform holders and publishers the chance to show off their lineup to budding talent. Amongst the […]


We Happy Few preview

We happy few is a game that appeared from nowhere to immense hype. A video at the Microsoft press conference showed a grim dystopian world in 1960s England. E3’s trailer peaked the interest of all involved with its dark atmosphere […]


Party Hard delivers slow methodical action | Review

Do your neighbors annoy you? Do you like killing? If you answered yes to either of these, you might like Party Hard. Ill set the stage for you. You’re a masked serial killer just trying to get some sleep. Its […]


Xbox Play Anywhere is coming in September

We brought you news of the Xbox and PC officially getting hitched right from the Xbox Media Conference. Now Microsoft have decided to send out official invitations. Polygon confirmed today that the feature will go live September 13. Early titles that we know […]


Telltale brings 7 Days to die to PS4 and Xbox 1

Today is finally the day, Telltale Publishing announced the release of hit survival horde crafting game 7 Days to Die on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Telltale have teamed up with the developer The Fun Pimps (yes that’s their actual name), to bring […]


CliffyB Compares Overwatch To Digital “Rock, Paper, Scissors”

Team-based, hero focused first person shooters are all the rage right now and the undisputed king is Blizzard’s Overwatch. In an interview, CliffyB compared Blizzard’s latest success to a digital game of Rock, Paper, Scissors. Our comrades at Eurogamer had a chance to […]


Microsoft Xbox presser first impressions from a first timer

Woah, So I just finished up with the Xbox Presser, and although i didnt have as great a set of seats as Rae did (check the twitter and the post before this for pics) I was in section 105 and […]


Xbox One Slim leaks before E3

Xbox seems to have been scooped. Despite there being a tight wrap on their supposed hardware announcements tomorrow at their press conference, at least one photo of a new Xbox Slim has leaked. The post first appeared on Neogaff but has since […]


Valley Releases first Trailer

developer Blue Isle Studios have released the first trailer for their upcomming game Valley The new trailer, which we have embedded above this article, showcases several minutes of gameplay footage, and features a mix of combat, freerunning and environments from the game. […]


Spencer says “Xbox One Will Have a ‘Nice’ E3 2016”

I think most of us remember the Xbox one being called “undepowered and suck” by several game magazines around the world. Things have come a long way since then. I can now play my Xbox One from my PC, Microsoft […]


Newly Released Overwatch Short: “Recall”

Xbox just released on their channel a never before seen short film of the upcoming team-based shooter from Blizzard, Overwatch. The short stars two of the playable heroes, Winston and Reaver. The short animated film is set in Winston’s lab […]


Kenny’s Fallout 4 Log – Almost Two Months

It’s about five or six days short of two months owning the game and I’ve still been playing it, off and on, to pass the time when I’m bored with other games. There’s always downtime with  Final Fantasy XIV, too, […]


Exclusive Q&A with Ty Taylor – Award Winning Game Developer

Today we have the award winning game developer, Ty Taylor, joining us for a question and answer session. Ty is a renowned game designer and developer that leads the Seattle based indie studio, The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild. His first major game, […]


A Tribute to Joe Waters – Video Game Industry Veteran

Joe Waters passed away on the morning of December 23rd. He was a dear friend of mine and of countless others. As someone who was blessed with knowing him well, both within the game industry and as a friend, I […]