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Every Xbox One and Xbox 360 game you can download for free in November – BGR

As if this week wasn’t busy enough with the release of Super Mario Odyssey, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and Assassin’s Creed Origins, Microsoft has given us even more to think about with the reveal of November’s free Games with Gold. As always, you’ll need an active Xbox Live Gold subscription to download the games for free. While there isn’t one major standout this month, all four games will be worth adding to your collection next …

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With Xbox One X’s Release Imminent, Microsoft Provides An Overview Of Its Xbox Business

Microsoft is less than two weeks away from launching its newest game console, Xbox One X. The impending release of a new system tends to put a damper on sales of existing ones, and that appears to be the case with Xbox One, based on Microsoft’s latest earnings report. The company today reported its financials for the quarter that ended on September 30, 2017. During that period, gaming revenue was $1.896 billion, up 1% from …

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Games with Gold November 2017 BONUS as new Xbox One title is revealed | Gaming | Entertainment

Games with Gold November 2017 was recently announced by Microsoft and includes two new games for Xbox One and Xbox 360. Both Trackmania Turbo and Tales from the Borderlands were confirmed today for Xbox One fans, while Backwards Compatibility will also get a boost. Xbox 360’s Nights into Dreams and Deadfall Adventures are being launched and will be available on all platforms. But what fans might not have known is that there’s another bonus game …

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PUBG Creator Confirms No Single-Player, Wants PC/Xbox One Cross-Play

During a Reddit AMA earlier this year, PUBG creator Brendan Greene AKA Playerunknown said he wanted to explore the idea of a single-player campaign for the uber-popular game. This led to a lot of headlines. But now, Greene wants players to know that if a single-player campaign does ever happen, it wont be for a very long time. This came up again at PAX Aus today when Greene said the world of PUBG has lore …

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WWE 2K18 for Xbox One review: Bigger than ever, but increasingly showing its age

The Royal Rumble just got bigger. WWE 2K18 is the latest entry in 2K Sports’ long-running series of wrestling entertainment simulations. The new game features a huge roster, a revamped career mode, 8-man matches, and several more refinements. But has it changed enough to warrant the yearly purchase? See WWE 2K18 on the Xbox Store See WWE 2K18 on Amazon One huge roster WWE 2K18 has a decent array of new modes and features, but …

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November 2017 Free Games With Gold For Xbox One And 360 Revealed

With the end of the month in sight, Microsoft has revealed the next batch of games that will be available for free to Xbox Live Gold subscribers. As always, November’s Games With Gold lineup consists of four games spread across Xbox One and Xbox 360. On the Xbox One side, the month starts out with the fun, fast-paced racing game TrackMania Turbo. That will be available for the entire month, and it will be joined …

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All the Xbox One Backward-Compatible Xbox Games Available Now

If you’re nostalgic for original Xbox classics, Microsoft now has a cure for you. Initially announced at E3, the Xbox One can now play select original Xbox games with increased performance. The list includes instant classics such as Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Prince of Persia: Sands of Time, as well as cult hits like Psychonauts. Here are all of the Xbox One backward-compatible Xbox games available now. Backwards compatible Xbox games If …

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Xbox One X Unboxing: See What You Get With A Retail Unit

Xbox One X launches on November 7, and ahead of this Microsoft has sent in a final retail version of its 4K-equipped console for us to check out. The original, beefy Xbox One received a redesign with the Xbox One S, packing the same tech into a much smaller frame. But with the Xbox One X, Microsoft is introducing a whole load of extra horsepower, without increasing the size. While we’re not quite ready to …

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Fortnite Update: New Battle Royale patch arrives for PS4 and Xbox One – extra for PC | Gaming | Entertainment

As you might already know, the new Fortnite update has gone live on PS4, Xbox One and PC. The new patch was deployed today, introducing new customisation options to the game which are available in the in-game shop and stored in Lockers. Fans can now adjust banners, the harvest tool (pickaxe etc.), character or glider, as well as choose the way they load in.  “The patch will also include our initial step into progression and …

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How to move games, apps, and settings to a new Xbox One X

Following the latest Xbox One update, it’s now easier than ever to move to an Xbox One X. Here’s how to move games, apps, and other settings. As the next generation of the Xbox family, the Xbox One X maintains full backward compatibility, supporting the same games, apps, and accessories you used with your original device. And while moving to an entirely new console, that doesn’t mean you need to abandon all your previous installations. …

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Microsoft Finally Kills Off Xbox One’s Kinect

Microsoft’s Kinect sensor, which sold millions across its Xbox 360 and Xbox One iterations but was often criticized, is officially dead. Ahead of its next earnings report later this week, the company has revealed that it has put an end to manufacturing of the device, meaning those still sitting on store shelves will be the last ones available for purchase. The news was shared by Kinect creator Alex Kipman and Xbox Devices Marketing GM Matthew …

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Remastered L.A. Noire gets new 4K trailer captured on Xbox One X

A remastered version of L.A. Noire was recently announced for Xbox One and since then many gamers have been asking about the enhancements. No trailer or other videos were released alongside the announcement. Well, it looks like Rockstar Games finally heard everyone loud and clear because today we finally got a good look at the visuals. Best of all, the Xbox Twitter account claims that they’re captured from an Xbox One X. If you look …

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Rockstar news: GTA 5 DLC and Online update, LA Noire 4K Xbox One X footage | Gaming | Entertainment

New LA Noire 4K footage has been released this week, ahead of the game’s launch on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. As you might already know, there will be four new editions launched of the game this year, including for current consoles, as well as a new VR experience for HTC Vive. LA Noire is scheduled to release on November 14, 2017 for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, which will also include …

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Wolfenstein 2 review round-up – Can PS4, Xbox One shooter rise above packed release date? | Gaming | Entertainment

Wolfenstein 2 The New Colossus marks another ID Software classic that Bethesda has brought to the new generation of PS4, Xbox One and PC fans. Bethesda began their reboot of the Wolfenstein series with The New Order back in 2014, which was quickly followed by The Old Blood in 2015. Wolfenstein 2 is the sequel to 2014’s The New Order, and sees players once again step into the shoes of American spy and super soldier …

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Microsoft on how Xbox One X will shape the future of gaming. ‘There’s a big difference with 40% more processing power’

With Xbox One X nearly here the big question is what impact will it have on gaming as we know it. Let’s ask Dave McCarthy, Xbox general manager about the console, the games, and also Microsoft’s attitude towards developers, and how they’ve shaped the console. It’s all about the future.  OXM: Almost all of our readers will have an Xbox One. What does the Xbox One X offer for those people? What would you say …

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