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The brand new issue of 360 Gamer hits newsstands and the app store today. If you're in the mood for an exclusive 10-page feature on Assassin's Creed IV, a 16-page special report on the good, bad and ugly of Xbox One and much more, you've come to the right place...
14:11, 18th Jun
Looks like Microsoft has finally taken note of Sony's PlayStation+ offers and so Gold members can expect many an offer on AAA games for no monies
Microsoft won’t turn off Xbox One servers at end of generation, won’t change anything after Sony’s E3 conference… and you can plug a 360 into your One!
10:50, 17th Jun
We all know that Microsoft’s communication with regard to the Xbox One has been somewhere between “piss” and “poor”, but thankfully Major Nelson was on hand to answer some pretty important questions about the new console…
17:30, 13th Jun
As E3 begins to calm down and people shuffle back to their normal lives, we're letting ourselves take a break from all those updates and announcements by grabbing a comfy chair, lighting a pipe and settling down with a new Batman: Arkham Origins gameplay trailer. Ker-pow!
09:32, 12th Jun
Microsoft’s annual Summer of Arcade blitz is upon us and this year’s slate of summery goodness has been revealed, with the likes of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows and the remake of 16-bit classic Flashback on the menu…
E3 blowout: Xbox One priced and dated! New Halo! New Dead Rising! New Killer Intinct! ALL THE GAMES!
11:23, 11th Jun
Microsoft kicked off E3 by revealing the price and release date of the Xbox One, as well as a metric shit-tonne of games – including a brand new Halo, Dead Rising 3, Killer Instinct, Titanfall (from the ex-Infinity Ward guys) and its own LittleBigPlanet-beater, Project Spark…
17:35, 10th Jun
The world's biggest gaming show, E3, kicks off today - and that means we'll be getting a stack of announcements, information and assets coming our way - kicking off with a rather slick CGI teaser for Watch Dogs.
10:23, 7th Jun
Microsoft attempt to purify some muddy water and explain how the next-generation of games can be traded and sold. We say games, mean "licenses"
17:21, 5th Jun
PES 2014 has been officially announced (though we all knew about it months ago) and while it's promising lots of good stuff, it won't be getting an upgraded release on the Xbox One as it's strictly a current-gen only title. Could that hand FIFA the title once again?
18:15, 30th May
Remember Mirror's Edge? EA DICE's ambitious parkour-based action-adventure from 2008 that came close to greatness but feel just short? Well, rumours of a sequel have been abound for some time and they've just gathered even more momentum - with a strong possibility of it being an Xbox One exclusive to boot.
16:28, 29th May
Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg has taken to Twitter to make us all happy about Xbox One. Then Amazon goes and suggests that the console will cost £590
10:35, 29th May
Unless you were at Microsoft’s reveal event last week, the closest you’ve been to an Xbox One is pressing your nose against your monitor or TV screen. But now you can play with a fully rendered 3D model of the console, controller and Kinect, which you can zoom, rotate and gawk over to your heart’s content…
17:32, 28th May
Usually that header is reserved for silly "what did you do at the weekend?" responses on our Facebook page but Microsoft really has submitted a patent for offering up rewards for watching TV. Which, in case you slept through the first two-thirds of the announcement event, should mean quite a big deal to the Xbox One.
15:19, 28th May
Pre-ordering from rental giant not as silly as first imagined
17:47, 23rd May
Well, it seems as if Dead Island developer Techland knows a good thing when it sees it. As no sooner had it announced Hellraid, a very Dead Islandy-looking game set in a medieval fantasy world, it's now confirmed that it's also working on the very Dead Islandy-looking Dying Light. Someone pass us a crowbar.
15:07, 22nd May
We're still getting used to XO meaning Xbox One, meaning Xbox 720/NextBox, but at least CryTek seem pretty comfortable with it and the new tech it brings like Kinect 2.0 - as used in next-gen Ryse
10:42, 22nd May
The Xbox One is official, it’s mostly awesome and it’s launching this year with games like Forza 5 and a Kinect that actually works. That’s the good news. But the news about things like backwards-compatibility isn’t quite so good…
10:06, 22nd May
Bip, bap and bang goes the theory that only Western developers know how to make this sort of thing. Bang it goes again, and again, pummelled by a barrage of homing lasers, rockets and heavy machine gun fire – shot by a man in a super silver suit as he breakdances between cover points, pausing only to take a quick but loving drag on a cigarette.
19:21, 21st May
Yep, we're going to have to get used to calling ourselves 'One' gamers, as Microsoft has announced it's next-gen console with the name Xbox One and a worldwide release date of 2013. There were no real shocks and a lot of things not discussed (always-on, second-hand etc) but at least MS managed to squeeze a few games in among all the TV talk and get us just a little bit enthused.
16:01, 21st May
It’s a bit like Wii Sports only with full body Kinect controls. There, we’ve said it, and before the hardcore Nintendo fans start whinnying about a lack of originality and Microsoft and Rare following the market leader they should riddle us this: what gaming genre do you think would best suit a new motion control peripheral? Exactly, though that’s a hard angle to push once you see your Avatar in motion. Comparisons are going to be made, but there is a fundamental difference. Kinect Sports isn’t about casually waving a wand and you can’t play it while sat down eating instant noodles. It wants your entire body to get involved, your ceiling to be high and for participants to not mind that much if they accidentally kick each other in the shins. Despite some slight finesse issues, the results are exhaustingly excellent.
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