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  1. 'Gears of War 4' Xbox One Elite Controller Is Now Available To Preorder

    Microsoft unveiled a Gears of War 4 themed Xbox One Elite controller during E3 last month and has now made it available to preorder at GameStop and the Microsoft Store, with a starting price of $199.99. The controllers will be expected to be in short stock and will arrive on October 4th, a week before the official Gears of War 4 launch, so be sure to get one while you can.
  2. ARK: Survival of the Fittest No Longer F2P

    In a recent post on Steam, Studio Wildcard announced that the free-to-play standalone title, ARK: Survival of the Fittest, will now be made as a part of the ARK: Survival Evolved package. For everyone who has already played Survival of the Fittest, they will be able to continue playing without having to own ARK: Survival Evolved.
  3. August's Games with Gold Lineup

    With July coming to a close and August approaching fast, Microsoft has revealed its free games for next month. As per usual, there are four free games available during August, as well as one game from last month that will remain available until half-way through the month, that being Tumblestone. As well as the fact that the two free games that will be available on the Xbox 360 will also be available on the Xbox One through backwards compatibility.
  4. Batman - The Telltale Series Coming August 2nd

    Although many Batman fans were disappointed to see Batman: Return to Arkham delayed indefinitely, they may still be in luck. Telltale Games announced that Batman - The Telltale Series will launch digitally in August for console, PC, and mobile users. The specific release date will be confirmed next week through the game's world premiere trailer.
  5. Batman - The Telltale Series Coming In August

    Although many Batman fans were disappointed to see Batman: Return to Arkham delayed indefinitely, they may still be in luck. Telltale Games announced that Batman - The Telltale Series will launch digitally in August for console, PC, and mobile users. The specific release date will be confirmed next week through the game's world premiere trailer.
  6. Batman: Return to Arkham Delayed Indefinitely

    Many fans were and will be upset to hear that Batman: Return to Arkham was delayed indefinitely by WB Games earlier today. This announcement comes after the game's official announcement just over a month ago, with a release date of July 26 of this year. The game bundled both Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City into one package, remastered for the next generation of consoles.
  7. Batman: Return to Arkham Officially Announced

    The rumored collection and remaster of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, as well as all the respective DLC, has just been officially announced. Here's the details on it.
  8. F1 2016 Announced

    In an announcement this morning, Codemasters confirmed that F1 2016 will be released some time this summer. Are you ready for the fast-paced racing adventure that only the F1 series can provide?
  9. FIFA 17 Announced

    EA announced FIFA 17 earlier today, with a release date set for September 27 in North America and a global release on September 29. With major changes coming, be sure to stop in and find out more.
  10. Forza Horizon 3 Announced

    Playground Games have officially announced Forza Horizon 3, the next installment in the arcade-focused franchise. A release date is set for September 27 of this year, marking the release only three months away.
  11. Hitman: Episode 3 Coming May 31st

    Io Interactive has just announced the release date of the newest downloadable content for their episodic game, Hitman. With the release coming on May 31, prepare to explore the city of Marrakesh.
  12. July's Games with Gold Lineup

    With June coming to a close and July approaching fast, Microsoft has revealed its free games for next month. As per usual, there are four free games available during July, as well as one game from last month that will remain available until half-way through the month, that being The Crew. As well as the fact that the two free games that will be available on the Xbox 360 will also be available on the Xbox One through backwards compatibility.
  13. Limited Edition 'Gears of War 4' Console & Controllers Announced

    With the base game inching its way towards an official release in just a few months, Microsoft has unveiled a custom Gears of War 4 Xbox One S console that will be priced at $449.99. Pre-orders will begin shipping as early as mid-September. This announcement also marks the first widely available custom Xbox One S after the original announcement for the S console only 4 weeks ago.
  14. Oculus Lifting DRM Restrictions

    Back in April, a program named Revive was released that allowed HTC Vive users to play Oculus exclusives. Although Oculus quickly responded with a new hardware check that ensured the exclusives remained on the Rift, they later reversed that change today, removing the check entirely, surprising both the Revive creator and the VR community.
  15. Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Announced

    After a recent leak on a Korean ratings board last month, Bandai Namco has officially announced Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 with a release coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC this September. A brand new trailer was also released alongside the announcement, which you can check out further down below.
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