This week on Xbox One and Xbox 360, you can get up to 85% discount on games such as Star Wars: Battlefront, Tekken 7, Dark Souls III, and Grand Theft Auto V among several other great deals.
Microsoft has kicked off its Labor Day sale, offering gamers two free titles of their choice when purchasing select Xbox One S bundles, potentially saving up to $99.98 in monetary value.
Another week has come around, and we are showered in awesome deals thanks to Xbox; continuing with the recent Spotlight sale, and Deals with Gold giving you up to 80% off great titles.
Finally, Square Enix announced that the latest entry in the Dragon Quest series, Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age is getting an English localization and will hit the market in 2018.
Besides getting a rating from USK, Xbox One gamers have spotted revised images for ReCore replacing the original version, which suggests owners of the game may have something to look forward to.
After the winning bidder of an eBay auction of Stadium Events did not pay, the owner of a sealed copy of one of the rarest games ever released for the NES sold it to a private collector.
Telltale Games has announced that it is releasing three new seasons for its current titles. One of these is the fan-favorite The Walking Dead, which is getting its final season sometime in 2018.
After detailing Sony's reasons for rejecting cross-platform play in Microsoft, it appears that the company's executive Jim Ryan is at it again, saying that indie titles are not relevant anymore.
While many people believe the $499 price of the Xbox One X to be too steep, Microsoft has revealed that it won't be selling the console at a profit at all. It expects revenue from selling games.
Microsoft's fairly successful E3 event saw the announcement of over 40 games with over 22 console exclusives. Many of the games shown are now available to preorder including Forza Motorsport.
Microsoft's E3 briefing was a thoroughly exciting affair this year with the company showing off 42 games on stage. The ball's in Sony's court now, and it has a steep task ahead of it.
With Microsoft's latest console, the Xbox One X, now officially unveiled to the public at E3 2017, it's time to revisit what the device will be offering to gamers at its $499 price point.
Microsoft showed off a whopping 42 games at its E3 2017 presentation a few hours ago. These ranged from AAA titles to medium-sized games, to relatively smaller games from the ID@Xbox program.
Sony has begun its week-long PlayStation 'Days of Play' promotion offering massive discounts of up to 50% off on 25 popular games. PlayStation Plus subscribers will receive additional discounts too.
A list of 34 games is now banned in Uzbekistan, including titles such as Mass Effect, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Import and distribution of the listed games are now illegal in the country.
In a surprise announcement, Ubisoft has confirmed that gamers will be able to get their hands on new titles from the Assassin's Creed, Far Cry, The Crew, and South Park franchises before April 2018.
According to a rumor, the dates for Steam's Summer Sale have been leaked. The promotion starts around the same period of time last year. Expect massive discounts on thousands of games.
Some leaked internal Microsoft documents have revealed some rather interesting details about Xbox One owners in the US, such as the fact that 58% gamers are male, whereas 42% are female.
A brand new update is in store for Rocket League, with Psyonix re-introducing a revamped version of Neo Tokyo to the map rotation. It also includes the new Mantis Battle-Car, a crate and more.
If you want a chance to experience the latest in games from EA, be sure to register to attend EA Play 2017. The event will be free and will offer sneak peaks at titles like Star Wars Battlefront II.
Internet Archive has uploaded a new software collection. This time, it has uploaded several classic Mac OS emulators and a ton more apps for the decades old operating system that run in a browser.
Microsoft has opened the floodgates to a pretty big Spring Sale that will last until April 17. The sale consists of huge deals on games, apps, movies and accessories for the platform.
If you've grown bored of purchasing PC titles the traditional way, take a gamble by buying Square Enix's Spring Surprise Box. The mystery bundle will be on sale for $9.99 and offer over $80 in games.
The Nintendo Switch tries to mix up TV console gaming and portable gaming into one device, but this time with full power in your hand and no need for Wi-Fi streaming, but can it hope to do it all?
ID@Xbox, Xbox's self-publishing program, announced today at the Game Developers Conference 2017 that 22 games are coming to Xbox One and Windows 10, including more Xbox Play Anywhere titles.
More than three years after the ID@Xbox program was first announced, it now accounts for more than 1,000 games under development. Some of those games will be featured by Microsoft at next week's GDC.
Microsoft is claiming that 2017 will be an 'epic' year for Windows 10 and Xbox One gaming, and has also announced the upcoming release of two original Xbox classics on the aforementioned platforms.
Valve has announced that it is currently working on three VR titles, which aren't demos or smaller projects but "full games". Fans may be disappointed to know that no mention of Half-Life 3 was made.
New titles will be showing up for the Xbox One console all through this week starting tomorrow. Games include 'I am Bread', 'Metrico+', 'Siegecraft Commander' and 'The Assembly'.
Although Nintendo showed off the gameplay and teaser trailers for only a handful of games, its current library of confirmed games coming to the Switch consists of 35 titles.
With 2017 well underway, gamers will be looking forward to lots of games slated for release in the next twelve months. We'd like to know, which games are you looking forward to the most this year?
Despite being tight-lipped in the past, Valve has published a list of its best sellers for last year as it wraps up its Winter Sale, with some inclusions having attracted negative publicity.
With the new year just around the corner, Microsoft has kicked off its Countdown Sale in the Windows Store, offering huge discounts on apps, games, music albums, movies, and TV shows.
For the next few days only, Ubisoft is allowing PC gamers to download seven of its titles for free, including Assassin's Creed III, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell, and Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon.
Alongside the many other changes it will bring, the Creators Update for Windows 10 will also save gamers the hassle of having to find drivers for new titles they buy on the Windows Store.
For the eighth of its 12 Days of Deals, Microsoft is offering discounts on select Xbox One consoles; accompanied by free games - accessories and more. First customers in line also get a $25 gift card.
Facebook has made it easier than ever to play games with new "Instant Games". Pick titles like Pac-Man and Space Invaders right from your News Feed or Messenger to start playing with friends.
Microsoft has kicked off Black Friday deals in the Windows Store, offering up to 93% off on various apps, games, movies, TV shows and music albums. The deals are available for a limited time only.
Microsoft has unveiled all the games that are getting massive discounts for Black Friday. Starting today, you can purchase titles like Battlefield 1 and FIFA 17 for up to 40% less.
It appears that Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered could soon be coming to the Windows Store, with the listing for both the titles popping out of nowhere.