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Xbox One Ultimate Game Sale offers big savings on THESE brand new releases | Gaming | Entertainment

Xbox One fans can grab big discounts on more than 300 games as part of the Xbox Ultimate Game Sale. The Xbox Ultimate Game Sale will give Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners the chance to save up to 65% on a huge variety of games. It’s even better news for Xbox Live Gold subscribers, because members can save a further 10% on select titles. The summer sale starts on June 30 and runs all …

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Xbox Live Games with Gold free games for July 2017

GAME DAY A total of four games are available for Xbox Live Gold members to download for free in July SUBSCRIBERS to the Xbox Live Gold programme have been waiting with baited breath to hear which free downloads they can have this month. And Microsoft has now announced the four games that will be available to members. Here’s what you need to know about the July 2017 releases. IO-Interactive The Kane & Lynch 2 game …

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Battlestar Galactica Deadlock For PS4, Xbox One and PC Gets First Gameplay Reveal

Today Siltherine showcased the very first gameplay of Battlestar Galactica Deadlock. The game has been in the works for about a year at Australian studio Black Lab Games, and it’s set during the First Cylon War, with a full fledged single player campaign featuring an original Battlestar Galactica story, and multiplayer on top of that. It’s a turn-based straregy game, but factions don’t alternate at the controls. Each side selects their orders at the same …

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Is Xbox One X ‘parity’ a real problem? GamesBeat Decides | VentureBeat | PC Gaming

Microsoft wants fans to spend $500 to get what it is calling “the most powerful console ever” in the Xbox One X, but some consumers are hesitant to whip out their black MasterCard after learning developers like Bungie are going to hold their games back despite the upcoming system’s plentiful power. But is this parity an actual problem? Maybe, but GamesBeat Decides podcast hosts Mike Minotti and Jeffrey Grubb discuss why it’s hardly worth worrying …

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Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy heading to Xbox One, according to Hungarian retailer • Eurogamer.net

Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy – the remaster of Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back and Crash Bandicoot: Warped – is seemingly coming to Xbox One if Hungarian retailer SuperGamer is to be believed. As reported by XboxAchievements, this retail listing suggests Vicarious Visions, the studio in charge of this restoration, will bring Crash’s N.Sane trilogy to Xbox One on 8th December, though that could just be a placeholder date. If this retail listing …

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Netflix adds support for Dolby Atmos streaming on Xbox One

Netflix already supports 4K and HDR streaming on Xbox One, and now it’s adding another feather to its hat: Dolby Atmos audio. The company has announced that Atmos audio is now supported on Xbox One for titles that support it, beginning with a new film called Okja. To recap, Dolby Atmos is mean to make the soundscape in content more immersive. From Netflix: Much like how 4K and HDR bring more stunning and realistic visuals …

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Showtime’s Standalone Streaming Service Hits Xbox One

Courtesy of Showtime Networks Showtime Networks’ streaming-video service for cord-cutters — no pay TV required — is now playing on Microsoft’s Xbox One. Xbox One users can now download the Showtime streaming service app and use the activation code at showtime.com/xboxone to sign up and subscribe. The premium cabler’s over-the-top service is $10.99 per month; new subs are eligible to receive a free seven-day trial. Showtime’s standalone OTT service launched two years ago, initially on …

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Xbox One X UPDATE – Price will ‘not stop console selling 20million units’ | Gaming | Entertainment

The Xbox One X is launching on November 7 and will cost £449 in the UK – it has been dubbed the most powerful console in the world by Microsoft. Industry analysts have now predicted the price point, which is £100 more than the rival PS4 Pro, will not stop the console selling millions. DFC Intelligence predict that by the end of 2021 the Xbox One X will have sold 17 million units, and by …

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New PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds feature is great for Xbox One, but bad news for PS4 | Gaming | Entertainment

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds could eventually introduce another new feature that would benefit Xbox One and PC owners. Battlegrounds developer Bluehole said that it’s not against the idea of adding cross-platform play between PC and consoles. In fact, it looks like the only thing holding it back is the balance issues between the mouse and keyboard and controller. “Cross network play between the PC and the console is definitely something we want to do down the road, …

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New Xbox One Game Pass Titles Announced For July

Microsoft today announced the first additions to the Xbox Game Pass library since the service’s recent launch. A total of six more games across Xbox One and Xbox 360 will be playable on Xbox One beginning in July. Among the six, the biggest names are a pair of zombie games: Resident Evil 6 and Dead Island: Definitive Edition. But the real highlights might be the excellent Metroidvania-style Guacamelee: Super Turbo Championship Edition and gorgeous survival …

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No plans to launch Marvel Heroes Omega on Xbox One in Australia and other regions

While Marvel Heroes Omega is due to make its Xbox One debut on June 30th in just a few days’ time, unfortunately it appears as if it won’t be released in as many regions as previously thought. Earlier this week, the game’s community manager shared a forum post which detailed all of the information regarding the Xbox One version and within that post was a list of regions where Marvel Heroes Omega was expected to …

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Xbox One X Is Best Bang For Your Buck For Power And Performance In Console Space, Microsoft Says

Microsoft’s Xbox One X console launches this November. It’s the most power console ever made, and it’s aimed at people who want an ultra-high def console gaming experience, according to Microsoft’s Dave McCarthy. Asked who the Xbox One X is aimed at, McCarthy told us that people who want the very best will want the Xbox One X. That being said, the Xbox One S has features like HDR and 4K support (for those with …

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Xbox Backwards Compatibility – Microsoft give games list update to Xbox One owners | Gaming | Entertainment

The Xbox Backwards Compatibility for the Xbox One and Xbox One X will drop later this year – and it’s been confirmed it will NOT be as extensive as the Xbox 360 backwards compatibility lineup. And the Head of Xbox Operations Dave McCarthy has given a new update about what games will be backwards compatible on the Xbox One and Xbox One X. The Xbox bigwig said that it’s “too early to say” how many …

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Xbox One sales to hit 63 million in 2021, says DFC

Based on current industry market trends, analyst firm DFC Intelligence predicts that Microsoft’s Xbox One family of consoles will break 63 million units sold in four years.     While Sony’s PlayStation 4 family of systems has recently broken the 60 million sales milestone, Microsoft’s own Xbox One iterative console trio isn’t expected to deliver similar sales performance until 2021. In a new report, DFC Intelligence forecasts that the Xbox One console line–which includes the …

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The Xbox One X Could Sell 17 Million Units In A Matter Of Years

by Robert Workman | June 27, 2017 Even though the Xbox One X isn’t on the market just yet – and it’s still got a few months before it gets there – one research firm believes it’s going to mean big things for it within a matter of years. A new report from the DFC Intelligence group (as first reported by GamesIndustry International) indicates that the system will sell big over the next few …

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