Two new games will be available tomorrow!
First things first, when everything works Rainbow Six: Siege is one of the greatest online games ever. It reminds me of some of the unforgettable Socom teamwork moments on Playstation 2. Sadly the game has been an unplayable mess at many random times.
Cobalt, the creation from Oxeye Game Studios will release on Xbox One and Xbox 360 on February 2! Perfect for co-op players so keep an eye out for it!
Beatsplosion uses Kinect for Xbox One to transport players into the crazy world of subatomic particles in search of a Unified Field Theory – by smashing everything into smithereens. Players will punch particles, dodge walls and jump over obstacles, all to the beat of music.
It will be a new monthly habit waiting for the announcement for new playable Xbox 360 on Xbox One. The wait is over for this months list though! What games will you be playing?
We had a good gaming year, no denying that but we had a few small and big disappointments too. Each and every year you have those moments when a game launches and it turns out to be bad, or when your most anticipated game gets a delay. We look back at all the disappointments from 2015.
2015 “The Greatest line-up in history for Xbox” a marketing tag that we saw multiple times. It was a good year that’s for sure but the greatest line-up wasn’t last year but this year. Only looking at the first four months for Xbox One shows that this year will be an incredible experience!
Not everyone could watch The Game Awards last night, so here is what you missed!
Busy time for shooters fans with Halo 5 Guardians, Black Ops 3 and Star Wars Battlefront. Joining that line up is Rainbow Six Siege, a tactical teamwork shooter. And you’ll read in this review why this is the best choice for gamers that like an online shooter.
founded in 1990 developer and publisher Team17 will have its 25th birthday on the 7th december. All kind of daily promotions will happen on a bunch of digital stores, including The Xbox Store. You can already buy Worms battlegrounds with a reduction of 80%