For February, Xbox has a few interesting titles for us to play as gold subscribers. The Xbox One titles for February are Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime, a $19.95 game, free for February, and Project Cars Digital Edition, $39.95 AUD usually, but for free with gold between February 16 to March 15. For Xbox 360, … Continue reading Xbox Games with Gold Games for February.
Seagate recently released a SSD for the gamers who want some more performance from their gaming console with only a HDD. This drive claims to improve game launch time and to "experience smoother transitions between levels". Both of which I'm sure are true. The SSD comes in a 512GB variant which sports a "black brushed aluminium" colour … Continue reading Seagate releases a SSD for the gamers who want some more performance
Microsoft managed to sell 79,000 Xbox One S controllers in August in the United States alone. These are huge numbers and luckily for Microsoft, this was enough to beat Sony's Dualshock 4 Playstation controller. Microsoft are in a good position at the moment as their controllers and their consoles are outselling Sony's Playstation 4. The … Continue reading Out of control? 79,000 Xbox One controllers sold in one month.
Originally Posted: 16/08/2016 Our Game Reviews will be periodically updated to include information about new updates and DLC. Amendments will be put below the initial story. Rainbow Six Siege. What can't you do in this realistic title by Ubisoft. Rainbow Six Siege is a part of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Series. You can do a … Continue reading Rainbow Six Siege Review: Better than CS:GO?
Microsoft has announced that if you pre-order their new game “Forza Horizon 3”, you will receive a free 1:43 scale Lamborghini Centenario model. You can pre-order Forza Horizon 3 from the Xbox Store Online for $99.95. The game is released on September 27th so you still have time to Pre-order the game. However we couldn’t find and expiry … Continue reading Forza Horizon 3: Free car if you pre-order
Recently, Microsoft changed their services agreement which changed a few things. Most notably, Xbox Live requires that you sign in at least every 5 years to keep your Gamertag active. We presume that this is to make sure people who want to use a specific username will not go through the frustration of seeing their much-beloved … Continue reading Microsoft Soon Requiring Users Sign Into Xbox Live To Keep Their Gamertag.