Tag: Microsoft

Trailer: Lara Croft Returns In “Rise Of The Tomb Raider”

June 10, 20140 Comments

Crystal Dynamics unveiled a trailer during Microsoft’s E3 Press Conference announcing Rise of the Tomb Raider, coming Holiday 2015. The trailer features a visibly shaken Lara undergoing therapy after the events of 2013’s Tomb Raider reboot. Croft is also seen sneaking around enormous caves, once again taking out enemies with her bow. Check out the trailer below. “In the […]

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“Dead Rising 3: Chaos Rising” DLC Trailer

February 26, 20140 Comments

Capcom recently released its third expansion pack for DEAD RISING 3 titled “Chaos Rising.” If you’re on the fence about downloading it, check out the trailer below. Similar to the previous DLC, you’ll be rewarded with a new story, weapons and a deadly motorcycle vehicle. Each expansion is available individually for $9.99, or you can […]

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Kinect No Longer Needed For Xbox One To Function

August 14, 2013

Wow, Microsoft keeps the changes coming! After a very negative reception, the company has been busy over the last few months reversing nearly every bad decision they made with the Xbox One. They have essentially rebuilt the platform and its misguided policies from the ground up. The result has been a storm of policy changes, including […]

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No More Microsoft Points For The Xbox!

August 11, 2013

I own an Xbox 360, but it doesn’t have as much mileage on it as my PS3. One reason is because of DLC and the Microsoft Points system. I hated having to spend more on points than what the DLC actually cost. What am I going to do with that extra 40 points? Well, it […]

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Neill Blomkamp Talks Failed “Halo” Movie; New Series

August 5, 2013

In 2005, Neill Blomkamp was just an up-and-coming director who was handpicked by Peter Jackson (The Hobbit) to helm a live-action adaptation of Microsoft’s hit video game HALO. One year later, the project fell apart due to disputes between Peter Jackson and Microsoft. Feeling a bit guilty, this led to Peter Jackson agreeing to produce […]

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Microsoft Allows Indie Developers To Self-Publish On Xbox One

July 25, 2013

Game Informer reports that Microsoft will remove the restrictive policies that hinder independent developers looking to bring their games to the Xbox One. This should make indie developers very happy now. Microsoft previously reversed their unpopular decision to require an internet connection and restrictions on trading/loaning the games we buy. Sony currently allows developers to […]

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Xbox One brings larger worlds to explore in “Minecraft”

June 16, 2013

It’s not much of a surprise, but Minecraft will be coming to the Xbox One. The game will make use of the new hardware by bringing with it a significantly larger world to explore, one hopefully brimming with every feature PC gamers get to enjoy. It will also come with more multiplayer options — more news on […]

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Steven Spielberg develops “Halo” TV series

May 22, 2013

There has been a lot of talk of a HALO movie over the years, but for various reasons, it’s a project that has never been able to get off the ground… Until now. During the reveal of their new Xbox One console, Microsoft confirmed that the franchise will now be heading to TV. The live action television […]

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