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DOOM, DOOM II, DOOM III Launched On Consoles And Mobile
If you’re a fan of classic video games, there is a good chance that you might be familiar with the DOOM franchise. DOOM was one of the few games from back in the day that helped to popularize the FPS genre, in which we might not have games like Battlefield or Call of Duty if DOOM was not as successful as it was.

Microsoft Is Testing A New And Cleaner Xbox One Home Screen
User interfaces are extremely important as it helps contribute to a better overall experience. An app could be extremely useful and functional, but if it has a cluttered interface, it makes users want to use it less. For those who feel that the Xbox One home screen could do with some tidying up, you’re in luck.

Studio MDHR Delays Cuphead’s DLC Until 2020
At E3 2019 last month, Studio MDHR, the developer of popular indie game Cuphead, announced a new DLC in the form of The Delicious Last Course. The game was originally scheduled for a release in 2019, but in a post made on its Facebook page, the studio has since announced that the DLC has been delayed to 2020.

Xbox Boss Shows Camaraderie By Saying E3 Isn’t As Good Without Sony’s Presence
It’s no secret that as far as consoles are concerned, Microsoft and Sony are rivals with their Xbox and PlayStation platforms respectively. For years, both companies have enjoyed a healthy rivalry and it shows, especially this year where Xbox boss Phil Spencer showed his competition some camaraderie.

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Torchlight II Will Come To PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch This September
Back in the days of Diablo, some of the developers behind the game left Blizzard where they formed their own studio, Runic Games, which resulted in the Torchlight series, which many had hailed back then as a possible alternative to Diablo for those who enjoy this style of game.

Microsoft’s Project Scarlett Will Support Existing Xbox Accessories
The problem with new console generations is that generally speaking, the new design and protocols used in the new console means that older accessories will no longer be compatible. Such is the case with every generation’s release, although to be fair, each generation is released many years apart, so it’s not as if gamers need to spend a lot of money in a short amount of time.

CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 Will Star Keanu Reeves
Actor Keanu Reeves has been around for a long time and is probably best known for his role in movies such as Speed and the Matrix trilogy. However, the actor has been enjoying a resurgence in popularity through the John Wick series of movies, so much so that the actor is now starring in his own video game: CD Projekt Red’s upcoming Cyberpunk 2077.

Microsoft’s Next-Gen Xbox Will Be Four Times More Powerful Than The Xbox One X
The Microsoft Xbox One X is supposed to be one of the most powerful consoles available at the moment. It has the ability to play games at a native 4K, which is pretty impressive when you consider how much power rendering things in 4K consistently requires, but later this year, Microsoft’s next-gen Xbox will make the Xbox One X look downright silly.

Destiny 2 Gets Cross-Save Support For PS4, Xbox One, PC, And Stadia
As part of its new Shadowkeep year three update, Bungie is bringing cross-progression to Destiny 2. Players will be able to benefit from cross-save support for the title on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Google’s Stadia game streaming service. The announcement comes mere months after Bungie announced its split with publishing partner Activision.

Microsoft Wants You To Smell Like Your Xbox With Body Spray And Shower Gel
When it comes to marketing, you really need to admire Microsoft’s marketing team because the company has come up with pretty creative and novel marketing ideas for its Xbox gaming platform. Previously we saw the company launch products such as the Xbox Onesie, the Xbox Inflatable, and also a greaseproof controller.

Baldur’s Gate Series Announced For PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch
If you’re a fan of Dungeons & Dragons, you are probably familiar with the fact that over the years, several games based on D&D have been made. Baldur’s Gate is one of those games that has held a special place in many hearts of gamers, and the good news is that it looks like the series and other D&D titles will be making its way onto consoles.

Konami Announces The Contra Anniversary Collection
When it comes to side-scrolling shooters, one of the classics of the gaming world is Contra which has been around for decades. Despite it being an old game, the Contra series has managed to enjoy comebacks in many different forms over the years, but if you’d like to replay all of them, you’re in luck.

Xbox One May Update Adds A Couple Of New Features
The May 2019 Update is being rolled out today for the Xbox gaming console and it brings a couple of new features. One new feature will let you see if your friends are playing on a PC or the Xbox console. Some improvements to finding games and apps on the console have also been made. They will be better sorted in the categories so that it’s easier to find them.

Xbox One S All-Digital Edition Will Launch On May 7
According to a rumor from earlier this year, it was suggested that Microsoft could be working on a disc-less version of the Xbox. It was unclear at that time whether this could be an Xbox of the next-generation, or simply a variant of the Xbox One. It was later followed up with another rumor that claimed that it would be the Xbox One S and that it might launch on […]

Xbox Games With Gold For April 2019 Revealed
Microsoft reveals the titles that members of its Xbox Live Gold program will get for free in the coming month. True to form, the company has now done that for April. The Xbox Live Gold free games for the month of April 2019 have been revealed. Free titles are released for both the Xbox One and the Xbox 360.

Microsoft Enables PC Game Streaming To Xbox One
Microsoft is now allowing Xbox One owners to stream their PC games to the console. They will also be able to use a controller to play the games. This has been made possible through a newly updated app called Wireless Display. It lets users play Steam or other games directly on the Xbox One.

Fortnite Update Forces Xbox One And PS4 Players To Fight Each Other
The rivalry between Xbox and PlayStation gamers is nothing new, but it seems that Epic could actually be actively encouraging it. In the latest update to the game that bumps it up to version 8.10 (via Engadget), the game will now automatically group Xbox One and PS4 gamers together where they will then battle against each other.

Microsoft Offering Original Crackdown Free For Xbox One
Crackdown 3 has been in development for quite a long time and the game is finally going to be released on February 15th. To drive up the hype for this title, Microsoft has decided to offer the original Crackdown title free for the Xbox One. The original title was launched back in 2010 for the Xbox 360.

Microsoft Is Looking To Bring Xbox Live To Other Platforms
Just like how Sony and Nintendo have their own online platforms and services for their consoles, so does Microsoft with its Xbox Live service. Each of these services are exclusive to their own console, but it seems that Microsoft is hoping to expand it by bringing in onto other platforms like iOS, Android, and even the Nintendo Switch.

An Xbox Live Problem Has Essentially Left Xbox One Consoles Useless
You might be wondering why your Xbox One is showing a black screen after starting up. Don’t worry about there being something wrong with the actual hardware of your console. There’s an Xbox Live problem that has essentially left Xbox One consoles useless. That’s the bad news. The good news is that Microsoft has identified a fix which will take care of this in the near future.