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By James On 11 Sep, 2014 At 11:34 AM | Categorized As Featured, Gaming News, PlayStation 3, Playstation 4, Reviews, Xbox 360, Xbox One | With 0 Comments
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If there’s one thing that Bungie is good at, it’s building up hype for their upcoming games. This was true with every Halo game(especially Halo 3) leading up to Bungie’s severance from their famed Halo series… and Microsoft. Destiny is now finally out in stores after a long wait and Bungie has once again brought […]


By James On 29 Aug, 2014 At 01:11 AM | Categorized As Gaming News, Xbox 360, Xbox One | With 0 Comments
games with gold

The Games With Gold games for the month of September have finally been revealed!      Microsoft announced today that starting on September 1st until September 16th, you can download Monaco: What’s Yours is Mine for free on the Xbox Live marketplace for the Xbox 360. Immediately after that, on September 16 through the 30th, […]


By James On 26 Aug, 2014 At 12:40 AM | Categorized As Gaming News, Xbox 360, Xbox One | With 0 Comments
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The list for Xbox’s weekly Deal With Gold deal this week is a doozy. That being said, hopefully this kind of list will become more frequent.


By Dan On 13 Aug, 2014 At 11:29 AM | Categorized As Gaming News, Videos, Xbox 360, Xbox One | With 0 Comments
Rise of the Tomb Raider

Big news out of Gamescom was the announcement of the next Tomb Raider game by the team over at Crystal Dynamics being an Xbox One exclusive. During this announcement many took to forums, twitter, and many other forms of social media to voice their displeasure. Many Sony Fans even said they would boycott Tomb Raider […]


By Brett On 31 Jul, 2014 At 07:02 PM | Categorized As Gaming News, Xbox One | With 1 Comment
AcessFeatured

Electronic Arts has revealed a new program coming exclusively to Xbox One titled “EA Access.” A successor to last year’s “EA Season Ticket” experiment, EA Access brings much, much more to the table. Basically, Access acts like a Netflix-type service for EA’s library. Launching with a beta, Access is a dedicated Xbox One app that […]


By James On 19 Jul, 2014 At 03:18 AM | Categorized As Gaming News, PlayStation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One | With 0 Comments
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It seems that Bethesda has had another change of heart. Bethesda announced early yesterday that The Evil Within will be moved up a week early and is set to release on October 14th. Bethesda didn’t give a reason for the sudden change, but one can assume that since Battlefield Hardline and Evolve both come out […]


By James On 17 Jul, 2014 At 03:48 AM | Categorized As Gaming News, Xbox 360, Xbox One | With 0 Comments
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Can’t get enough old school shooters? Well Microsoft is here to help with a sweet sale! Starting today, July 17th to July 20th, you can get some sweet classic shooters from back in the day for a reduced price, as well as a relatively new shooter on the One. What games you ask?


By Dan On 25 Jun, 2014 At 01:55 PM | Categorized As Gaming News, Playstation 4, Xbox One | With 0 Comments
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For each of the past three years there has been a vote among the most passionate fans in sports, hockey fans, on which of their favorite players get to dawn the cover of the latest installment of EA Sports NHL series. The battle was tough and millions of votes were counted as the top two […]


By Nate On 23 Jun, 2014 At 01:05 PM | Categorized As Featured, Gaming News, PC, PlayStation 3, Playstation 4, Reviews, Xbox 360, Xbox One | With 0 Comments
watch-dogs

Watch Dogs was one of those games that instantly drew in a ton of eyes when it was announced at E3 back in 2012. The brand new IP from Ubisoft, being developed by the geniuses at Ubisoft Montreal, the team that brought us the original Assassin’s Creed, as well as plenty of other gems for […]


By Will Philbrook On 9 Jun, 2014 At 10:05 PM | Categorized As E3 2014, Gaming News, PC, PlayStation 3, Playstation 4, Videos, Xbox 360, Xbox One | With 0 Comments
BFHL

My youth was spent devouring any video game my outdated, overworked Gateway desktop could handle. From seven-CD installs to lurking through obscure forum posts for a particular patch, I was born and molded by PC gaming. In particular, 2002 was a fantastic year for me as a child. From Jedi Knight II to Elder Scrolls: Morrowind, […]