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At X018 Microsoft has finally announced that Crackdown 3 is set to launch worldwide on February 15, 2019 - what's more, it'll be hitting Game Pass on the same day.
At X018 this weekend Microsoft confirmed the rumors that it is to acquire Fallout: New Vegas developer, Obsidian Entertainment. They also revealed that they plan to acquire Wasteland developer, InXile Entertainment.
Microsoft Studios and Turn 10 have unveiled the first 167 cars available in Forza Motorsport 7. In total, the game will include over 700 cars for players to take around the game's various tracks.
The developers behind Microsoft upcoming charming hand-drawn co-op side-scrolling game, Cuphead, have confirmed that the game is indeed an Xbox One and PC exclusive.
Despite Microsoft pushing the release of Platinum Games' upcoming action RPG Scalebound, into 2017, players will soon be able to jump into the world and lore of Scalebound with the release of a new comic book series as well as its own book of lore.
Screamride is a fun, thrilling rollercoaster creator brought to you by the folks over at Frontier Developments, who are also the developers of Rollercoaster Tycoon.
For those hoping to dive into the gorgeous world of Ori and the Blind Forest this holiday season will sad to hear that developers Moon Studios has announced that the game has been delayed to "early 2015." The reason for the delay is because the developers, in co operation with Microsoft Studios, need a few extra weeks to add some final polish to the game.
Microsoft Studios have this week launched the first of many DLC packs for their latest racer, Forza Horizon 2, which offers players six brand new cars for them to hop in and drive as they follow the Horizon Festival throughout southern Europe. The DLC costs just £2.43 and features both new and classic cars.
Yesterday the folks at Microsoft studios acquired the Gears of War IP from Epic games, which will let them have the rights to all existing and future instalments of the series. What this could spell is that they are gearing up (no pun intended) for a new instalment for the Xbox One. But why did they purchase the IP?
Earlier today Twitter user Ronnie Parker posted a petition that he had created proposing that Square Enix bring the Kingdom Hearts franchise to the Xbox. Since the franchise debuted back in 2002 before the Squaresoft merger happened the franchise has always been strictly a Sony exclusive (not counting the portable spin offs).
Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is still a fairly new game available on the Xbox One, released December 2013 it is categorised as a 2.5D side scrolling platformer. Simply put though, it's a really fun game...
The new Killer Instinct was announced a few weeks ago at Microsoft's E3 press conference, I am so excited that I wanted to take a journey back in time to magical land of the 90's, which was the golden age of video gaming consoles and PC's alike. So lets start at 1995: This game originally was conceived for the N64 when at the time it was still in it's prototype under the name Ultra 64, but it did not come out on the console because it was delayed so many times until eventually it ended up on the SNES and the graphics were not as good as the arcade version. But it did not stop it from being an excellent game.