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E3 2018: Shonen Heroes Unite In Jump Force

by Peter Paltridgeon June 13, 2018
Microsoft revealed Jump Force during their E3 press conference this weekend. What dark forces could be so powerful that the Earth’s greatest anime heroes have to join forces to fight it? (Looks like just Frieza…they got this.) There have been video games uniting Shonen Jump characters before, but never one with this much energy and […]

E3 2016: First Big Look At Platinum Games’ Scalebound

by Peter Paltridgeon June 13, 2016
The E3 conference from Microsoft felt mostly underwhelming, except for the part where the president of Platinum Games came on stage and said “This is the largest boss battle we’ve ever created.” If you’re familiar with Platinum’s past work, which always goes for the extreme, this is quite the statement. I immediately sat up. We […]

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Fallout 4 Cars Now Driveable In Forza Motorsport 6

by Peter Paltridgeon November 4, 2015
If you’re a fan of corporate synergy, or at least free cars, here’s the deal for you: to promote the upcoming Fallout 4, Bethesda Games has struck a deal with Microsoft and Turn 10 Studios to put a pair of Fallout 4-themed cars into Forza 6. As of today you can have, free of charge, […]

Microsoft Conference Reveals More Fallout 4 Info

by Peter Paltridgeon June 15, 2015
Bethesda’s E3 conference already revealed a lot about Fallout 4, but Microsoft’s conference this morning piled revelations on top of that. Namely, that Microsoft really really wants you to play the game on their console, and is willing to sweeten the deal with a couple snazzy bonuses. For one thing, if you buy Fallout 4 […]

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Microsoft: MMOs Like ESO Will Still Require Xbox Live Gold Subscription on Xbox One

by Shawn Hopkinson May 15, 2014
Recent news that Xbox One was ditching the Xbox Live Gold requirement for services like Netflix had users wondering if it would still be required for paid MMOs like The Elder Scrolls Online and free-to-play games. And the answer is nope, at least not yet. Joystiq asked Microsoft’s Phil Spencer about the issue: “Right now […]