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Microsoft has today announced a brand new gaming subscription service called Xbox Game Pass which gives players unlimited access to over 100 Xbox One and Xbox 360 backwards compatible titles on the Xbox One for £7.99 a month.
While November has been a pretty cracking month in terms of what's on offer on Xbox Live's Games with Gold, the month is quickly coming to an end. However, December it's looking all that bad either.
Microsoft has unveiled next month's Games with Gold selection a little earlier this month, likely to give you a few extra days to make the most of the current selection as next month is a bit pants.
I say it almost every month, but boy did this past month go quickly. Anyway, with September almost around the corner it's time to introduce the next lot of games coming to Xbox players as part of Games with Gold.
The last scheduled patch for the last-gen version of Destiny arrives today marking the last time the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 version of the game will be supported by Bungie.
Are the month's going really quickly, or is that just me? Anyway, Microsoft has unveiled next month's Games with Gold selection which once again offers another handful of titles on Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Much like Steam's Summer Sale, the Xbox Ultimate Game Sale is an annual affair which heavily discounts titles on the Xbox Marketplace. The only real difference is, there's a lot less choice.
Did you know that Games with Gold has been running for three years now? Nope, I didn't either, that crept up pretty quickly eh? Anyway, on its third anniversary Microsoft has some pretty neat offers on Games with Gold for June.
Microsoft has unveiled next month's Games with Gold offering, and if you were expecting as much of a block-busting selection as last month, then keep dreaming, this month is a little... poor.
Well, it's the end of an era folks. Considering Microsoft is working hard to get most of the Xbox 360 games compatible with the Xbox One, there's now really no need for the Xbox 360, so they've finally pulled the plug.
The early days of the Xbox Live Arcade, Xbox 360's digital marketplace, were rocky at best. It was a minefield of titles you'd probably never heard of, launching on the console digitally, however it eventually shaped itself into a key part of the Xbox ecosystem with some pretty great titles such as Special Forces Team X and State of Decay, to name a few, populating the store. However, all of this may never have happened.
According to TrueAchievements, details of the Xbox 360's version of WWE 2K16 have a few surprises in store for grappling fans. A list of goals...