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Game review: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (PC/Xbox One)
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the Star Wars game that we have been waiting for since EA took over the licence six years ago.
Microsoft reveals free Xbox 360/Xbox One 'Games with Gold' lineup for March 2018
As always, Microsoft will be releasing free games for Xbox Live Gold members to play for the month of March 2018.
Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass to launch this June 1st with over 100 games to play
Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass now has a release date and subscribers will be able to play over 100 games spanning both Xbox One and Xbox 360 titles.
Microsoft announces strong lineup for Xbox Games with Gold April 2017
If you are a current Xbox Live Gold member, you can look forward to playing many good Xbox One and Xbox 360 games next month.
Microsoft announces Xbox Game Pass that allows you to play over 100 games
Microsoft has announced a unique subscription model that allows you to play many Xbox One and Xbox 360 games for a small fee.
Games with Gold lineup for July 2016 announced
The free Xbox One and Xbox 360 games that Xbox Live Gold members can get in July 2016 have now been revealed.
Games with Gold May 2016 revealed for Xbox One and Xbox 360
Microsoft has announced the free Xbox One and Xbox 360 games that Gold members will be able to play next month.
Bodycount hits the shelves
The over-the-top action shooter from Codemasters, Bodycount, has been released to stores in New Zealand and Australia.
Game Review: F.E.A.R. 3
Theme parks tend to feature a number of rides that, save for a few different props, are essentially the same ride.
Game review: Stacking
Set in the industrial age, in a world populated by matryoshka dolls (the Russian dolls that stack inside each other from smallest to largest), Stacking is the latest title from Tim Schafer’s Double Fine.
Halo remake all but official
One US gaming website has received what appears to be solid intel about an HD remake of the classic Halo: Combat Evolved due before the year's end.
Xbox 360 Medal of Honor beta is now live
The painstaking wait endured by Xbox 360 owners as their PlayStation 3 and PC counterparts enjoyed the Medal of Honor beta is now over!
Natal officially renamed ‘Kinect’ - Updated
USA Today confirms the new name for Project Natal and reveals a list of games in development.
Major Xbox shake-up
Robbie Bach (pictured) and J Allard, two MS employees largely responsible for the launch of Xbox, are to leave Microsoft later this year.
USB storage coming to Xbox 360
Gaming website Joystiq reports that an upcoming firmware update will give Xbox 360s USB mass-storage support.
Game review: Dark Void
Dark Void is the debut title of Airtight Games, a developer with immense talent at its disposal.
Game review: DJ Hero
Activision’s much-touted Hero franchise has returned in time for the Christmas season, with perhaps the most intriguing addition to the series yet in DJ Hero.
Game review: Stoked
There are essentially two ways to make a successful sports game: one is to make the game as much fun as possible while keeping realism as a secondary consideration.
Game review: Pure
If you’re scared of heights, then this off-road quad racing game won’t help.
Civilization Revolution – Xbox 360
Civilization Revolution is well worth checking out, even if strategy based games are not your thing.
F.E.A.R. Files – Xbox 360
For those that have never played the original, F.E.A.R. Files is probably a futile endeavour if looking for anything besides a run of the mill FPS.
Project Gotham Racing 4 – Xbox 360
Project Gotham Racing 4 has once again raised the bar for racing games on the 360.
Conan – Xbox 360
Conan isn’t beautiful to look at although the graphics aren’t bad.
Game review: TimeShift
Sierra Entertainment and Sabre Interactive join forces to bring us TimeShift for the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.