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Xbox One X Is “Not For Everybody,” Says Microsoft’s Phil Spencer

In just a few weeks, Microsoft will launch a new console in the form of the Xbox One X. A more powerful version of the Xbox One, the system arrives on November 7, priced at $500 in the United States. While Microsoft of course expects it to sell well (the pre-orders are apparently strong already), Xbox boss Phil Spencer has now reiterated that the lower-cost Xbox One S model will remain Microsoft’s best-selling console this …

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Forget PS5 release date and SNES, this will challenge Xbox One X and Switch next year | Gaming | Entertainment

The PS5 release date has yet to be announced by Sony, who have only gone as far as to say that they are planning a new console launch to follow the PS4 and PS4 Pro. And when that might happen is still very much up for debate. Some analysts believe that we’ll see an actual PlayStation 5 launch late in 2018, while others have pegged it back a few years. Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter …

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Cuphead Sells Over 1 Million Copies Already On PC And Xbox One

The wait for Cuphead was a long one, first being featured during Microsoft’s E3 press conference in 2014–at which point it had already been in development for several years. Despite being on the market for just two weeks so far, the ultra-difficult action game has already reached a major sales milestone. On its website today, developer StudioMDHR announced that Cuphead has gone platinum, having sold more than 1 million copies since launch. It did not …

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Games Inbox: How many of your friends are getting an Xbox One X?

I’d like to offer an opposing opinion on loot boxes and their effect on gaming. As a preface, I do not buy loot crates but have bought the occasional expansion pass, Destiny 2 being the most recent. The main crux of the argument appears to be being coerced into parting with more money to overcome game mechanics intentionally designed to hold the player back. I personally don’t see this as the case in the most …

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Evil Within 2 review scores: Is PS4, Xbox One horror sequel the scariest game of the year? | Gaming | Entertainment

The Evil Within 2 is out now on PS4, Xbox One and PC. The horror sequel is said to place a greater emphasis on story and will feature larger areas that players are free to explore. With the game in the hands of players, Express Online has rounded up a selection of Evil Within 2 review scores to see if it’s worth buying this weekend. Check out the reviews and screenshot gallery below… IGN – …

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Is Not Being Ignored, Exec Says

One of the Xbox One’s standout features is backwards compatibility support for Xbox 360 games. There are more than 400 titles in the catalog right now, and the library is seemingly always growing. Microsoft is committed to backwards compatibility now and in the long run, Xbox boss Phil Spencer told GameSpot at the Brazil Game Show today. In June, there was a report that said Xbox One owners “largely ignore” the backwards compatibility feature. Microsoft …

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Xbox One X Is “Not For Everybody,” Says Phil Spencer

In just a few weeks, Microsoft will launch a new console in the form of the Xbox One X. A more powerful version of the Xbox One, the system arrives on November 7, priced at $500 in the United States. While Microsoft of course expects it to sell well (the pre-orders are apparently strong already), Xbox boss Phil Spencer has now reiterated that the lower-cost Xbox One S model will remain Microsoft’s best-selling console this …

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Middle-earth: Shadow of War’s 4K and ‘Favor Quality’ mode detailed for Xbox One X

We all know that Middle-earth: Shadow of War is getting updated for Xbox One X. Warner Bros. Interactive have showcased the title at numerous shows from E3 2017 to EGX 2017. However, what does that mean? What exact enhancements will be part of the package once Xbox One X launches in November? Today we got the answer. According to an infographic released by the publisher, Middle-earth: Shadow of War will feature two distinct modes on …

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Guardians of Arcadia Announced for Xbox One

Developer FABULA EPICA has announced their project Guardians of Arcadia. They hope it will tap into gamers’ nostalgia for the JRPGs of the 1990s. Described as “a truly nostalgic JRPG experience,” Guardians of Arcadia offers “chibi character design, random battles, a strategic turn-based combat system, and a fully 3D explorable world.”The plot centers around Hikaru and Aki, a brother and sister who set out to end the reign of terror from General Nero of Baikal, …

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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – Retribution out on PC, Xbox One; Halloween Scream festivities outlined

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 12 October 2017 21:29 GMT The final post-content expansion for Call of duty: Infinite Warfare has released for PC and Xbox One. Retribution, the fourth and final DLC pack for Call of Duty: Infinite Warefare was released last month for PlayStation 4. With the exclusivity period a done deal, PC and Xbox One players can now jump in. Along with four multiplayer maps, the last Zomies chapter, The Beast From Beyond, …

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How to download Xbox One X 4K game assets on your regular Xbox One

With the Xbox One X around the corner, the regular old Xbox One will allow you to begin preparing for the big day by downloading 4K assets in advance. The Xbox One X is a 4K behemoth capable of running games at UHD resolutions with 60 frames per second and HDR. Dozens of games are slated to receive free updates to take advantage of the X’s significant 6TF power boost, and you can begin preparing …

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Success Involves More Than Just Xbox One Sales To Microsoft’s Phil Spencer

How soon we see the next proper generation of consoles is anyone’s guess. Sony and Microsoft have modified their approach to console hardware to resemble something like the mobile phone market, first with the PS4 Pro last year and next month with the Xbox One X. You’d expect the impending launch of a new console to be a time for executives to pump up how everyone needs to get their hands on one. And indeed, …

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Deck out your Xbox One X with a wild custom skin or paint job from ColorWare

ColorWare will now let you deck out your Xbox One X in any color you choose. If you were left a little nonplussed about about black being the only color option for the upcoming Xbox One X at launch, you’re probably not alone. But if you’re willing to spend a little extra money on your console, the good news is you can deck it out in any color you choose. Just as it did with …

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Fortnite update 1.22: Battle Royale sees big PS4 and Xbox One patch | Gaming | Entertainment

Named slightly differently depending on which platform you’re on, the latest Fortnite update has been released. This new patch was released today on all platforms and includes a lot of tweaks and changes. For those playing Fortnite Battle Royale, this latest update has provided stats for the first time, which can be viewed via the Battle Royale home screen. Unfortunately, one of the downsides of any big patch is that it can bring fresh problems. …

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NBA 2K18 patch: PS4 update 1.04 arrives, coming to Xbox One and Nintendo Switch soon | Gaming | Entertainment

The latest NBA 2K18 patch has been released on PS4 today by the development team. Unfortunately, the new 1.04 update is not yet available on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch; 2K have confirmed it will arrive on other platforms soon. NBA 2K18 has proven a hit with fans and has done well among critics, with high review scores given to the new sports title. The launch on the Nintendo Switch looks to have boosted the …

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