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Microsoft bringing Xbox One X, Age of Empires to Gamescom 2017

Microsoft’s plans for Gamescom include the expected heavy focus on the Xbox One X, as well as a celebration of Age of Empires’ 20th anniversary, the company announced today. Gamescom itself doesn’t open its doors until Tuesday, Aug. 22, but Microsoft is kicking things off on Sunday the 20th. Starting at noon PDT (9 p.m. local time in Germany), the company will broadcast a live show with “news and announcements on Xbox One X.” It …

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Xbox One X Will Be Playable At Gamescom

Germany’s Gamescom expo kicks off in a little over a month from now, on August 22, and Microsoft intends to have a big presence at the show. Today, the company outlined its plans for this year’s expo, which includes live shows, a FanFest, and the first public hands-on demo of the upcoming Xbox One X. In a post on Major Nelson’s blog, Microsoft detailed the festivities it has lined up for Gamescom, which will kick …

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Minecraft Story Mode Season 2 now available for Windows 10, Xbox One

Telltale Games’ Minecraft Story Mode Season 2 is now available on Xbox One and Windows 10. Specifically, the first episode of the five-part season is now up for grabs, with the rest of the episodes to come later. The second season continues the story of the first, following Jesse and friends on a new adventure. From the game’s description: Now that Jesse and the gang have vanquished the Wither Storm, saved the world, and become …

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Destiny 2 beta codes needed as Bungie confirm PS4 and Xbox One pre-load countdown | Gaming | Entertainment

Bungie made the announcement today, confirming that the Destiny 2 beta was on schedule to launch next week. “While you fight for your very survival in three core activities, we’ll monitor the technology that brings us all together. There will be fun and games, but make no mistake: This is a test,” a message from the studio reveals. “Your participation is a critical step on our road to launch. To date, thousands of players have …

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Big Xbox One Update Out Today, Here’s What It Adds

Microsoft has detailed the next update for Xbox One, and it’s a rather sizable one. The update rolls out today and will add custom gamerpics and a number of other new features to the console. With today’s update, you’ll be able to upload your own images to use as custom Xbox One avatars. You can upload the images directly from your console, smartphone, or a Windows 10 PC and then use them as a gamerpic. …

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility update: Microsoft announce THIRD new game this week | Gaming | Entertainment

June may have proved to be a bit of a quiet month for Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list, but July could be a lot different. Microsoft have just announced their third new game for the program this week, with Super Streetfighter IV Arcade Edition being released today. The Capcom title has over 22,000 votes on the official Backwards Compatible leaderboards, making it a much-sought after game. Super Streetfighter IV Arcade Edition is the third BC …

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How to create an Xbox Arena tournament on Xbox One or Windows 10

Xbox Arena tournaments are here, and they are extremely easy to create! Xbox Arena is a system that allows users to create their very own tournaments complete with notifications, scheduling, and more. The feature is rolling out more broadly as part of the July 2017 Xbox update, after being in testing for several weeks on the Xbox Insider program. If you want to create your very own tournament, you’ll have to follow these steps! Create …

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Masquerada: Songs and Shadows for PS4, Xbox One launches August 8

Masquerada: Songs and Shadows for PS4, Xbox One launches August 8 A Renaissance-era Venice-set tactical RPG. The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the Renaissance-era Venice-set tactical RPG Masquerada: Songs and Shadows will launch on August 8, developer Witching Hour Studios announced. Here’s an overview of the game, via Witching Hour: Upgraded on both desktop and console versions with a New Game+ mode featuring extended dialogue scenes and all-new boss fights, Masquerada promises to …

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What Remains of Edith Finch comes to Xbox One this month

Narrative adventure game What Remains of Edith Finch comes to Xbox One on July 19. To celebrate, the team at Giant Sparrow has released a new trailer highlighting the quirkiness of the game in great detail. In What Remains of Edith Finch, players take on the role of Edith herself as she engages with death and the memories of the family she once loved. The game has received high praise from many outlets, both within …

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Everything you need to know about today’s Xbox One update: guides, tips, and more

Today’s Xbox One update will bring custom gamerpics, new Club features, and Mixer co-streaming to the public. Having been in testing for several weeks, the latest Xbox One features are finally rolling out to the public today. Here’s everything you need to know about the update, and guides on how to get up and running with the latest features. How to update your Xbox One First and foremost, you should check if you have updates …

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Xbox One update: Microsoft announce changes with Xbox App iOS and Android upgrade | Gaming | Entertainment

The new Xbox One update will include a long list of tweaks, including Custom Gamerpics, Console Co-streaming and Arena improvements. Microsoft say they’ve been focusing on fan feedback when it comes to the console improvements, which look set to be released later this month. Xbox One fans will soon be able to upload custom Gamerpics to their Xbox profile, as well as host Mixer co-streaming, with up to three able to stream together in a …

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Here are five great 2017 Xbox One games you might have overlooked

Every year hundreds of games hit our consoles, it can be hard to find the time for everything. At least until the summer hits, that is. The summer months of June through August are often a little thin on big-name launches. During the summer, it is assumed that some of us actually go outside rather than play games. I personally find the concept a little alien, but to each their own, I guess. As such, …

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A slick new Fluent Design setup experience is coming to the Xbox One X

The next Xbox One setup process provides a peek into the stylish future of the console’s operating system. Over recent months, Xbox Insiders have tested the next wave of features on their way to the Xbox One. As an extension of this year’s Creators Update, support for Mixer co-streaming, Controller Linking, and a tweaked dashboard are all among the changes just around the corner for all Xbox One users. And while none of these features …

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Xbox One owner? Now is the time to get an EA Access game subscription

There’s no denying there’s something special to owning a physical item – be that a vinyl record, a Blu-ray box set or a brand new gaming release. The peel of the cellophane, the artwork, that tangible sense of ownership – it’s what Christmas memories are made of. But as we become increasingly comfortable with downloads and online services, it’s becoming much easier to dump the concrete and dive into digital. As of today, if you’re …

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The Surge is getting a demo on PC, PS4, and Xbox One

By Sherif Saed, Thursday, 13 July 2017 10:49 GMT Dark Souls-inspired The Surge will have its own demo next week, on all platforms. No specific date was announced, but developer Deck13 confirmed that the demo includes PS4 Pro support. This means that the same technical features that earned the main game praise such as 1080p/60fps on PS4 Pro, and HDR will be available in the demo. The studio also didn’t share what type of content …

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