Microsoft Will Support Game Gifting

Earlier today, we spoke about GameStop canceling their Power Pass service days before launch. This game rental service was designed to be gifted to friends and family. While that may be a bummer for some people, Microsoft has begun offering game gifting to all Xbox One users. After testing earlier this year, Microsoft gamers will…

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GameStop “Pause” Their Power Pass Program

It was literally two weeks ago when GameStop announced their Power Pass program. It was slated to begin this past Monday but that all but changed. According to The Verge, GameStop was supposed to have a full launch on November 19 but they have decided to put a “temporary pause” on the rollout of the…

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Microsoft Looking Into Streaming Service

PlayStation has had a video game streaming service for a few years now. Problem with their service is that it only streams some current content but mostly PlayStation 3 games. In an interview with Microsoft’s Phil Spencer, Microsoft may come with a new streaming service that won’t even require a console. “While software and services…

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StarCraft 2 Going Free-To-Play This Month

In case you haven’t heard, BlizzCon 2017 is going on right now. The event is behind held in Anaheim and if you are unable to attend it’s not the end of the world. The event is being live-streamed and you can become a part of that. There were announcements expected, but Blizzard led off with…

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GameStop Offering Unlimited Game Rentals

In light of online retailers and digital copies for gaming, GameStop has been trying to find new ways to get customers in their stores. It seems that they are moving in Gamefly territory by offering gaming rentals. The Verge is reporting that GameStop will begin a game rental service that is slated to begin around…

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The Last of Us: Part II Trailer Drops

In 2013, at the height of the zombie crazy after The Walking Dead, Naughty Dog released survival horror game, The Last of Us. A story about Joel, a smuggler whose mission was to escort a young girl named Elle across a dangerous post-apocalyptic wasteland. While the horror genre nature of the game was the gimmick,…

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New L.A. Noire Trailer Shows Off the 4K

One of the most stellar games from Rockstar between Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption was their 2011 crime drama L.A. Noire. When the game was released nearly seven years ago, the game was on two-discs for the Xbox 360. However, with the new, upgraded version of the game coming next month, a new…

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Microsoft Kills Off The Kinect

It’s been seven years since the introduction of the Kinect by Microsoft, as part of their motion-dedicated device to combat the Nintendo Wii. Since it’s removal as a mandatory bundling with the Xbox One, it’s future remained in doubt. Microsoft confirmed on Wednesday that it will no longer manufacture the device and none will be…

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4 Xbox 360 Games Getting Xbox One X Enhancements

One of the biggest selling points Microsoft is using on the Xbox One X is their Enhanced program. According to IGN, Microsoft announced on Monday that four Xbox 360 games will be included in the enhancements. The enhancements for the upcoming games will include tweaks that increase the on-screen pixels to nine times, some will…

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