Xbox One Archive

4/4 Free Fire Fandemonium.

Time for a post April Fool’s Day edition of Free-Fire Fandemonium. I can say that Josh Allen, has agreed to write guest articles for the blog every now and then, and graciously gave up some of his time to get the monthly shenanigans done. Let’s get to it!

Guest Column: Josh Allen on Microsoft’s Puzzling Moves.

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(Note: As I recover from health issues, I’ve asked some of my gaming friends to contribute guest columns on things that interest them. This column comes from Josh Allen of GameNikki (in Exile), who is my usual partner on the monthly column¬†Free-Fire Fandemonium.)

Pushback on the Xbox future plans..

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It’s safe to say everybody isn’t fully on board with Microsoft’s suggestions that optional hardware upgrades for the Xbox One could be a way to extend the console’s reach.¬† We’ll discuss some of the things that folks are not happy about, and what that means for you..

A Major announcement today could change Console Gaming forever

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Well, I’m sure that some folks will not say it’s a good thing, but, we have some very interesting times ahead in the console gaming world.

Quantum Break now Xbox One and PC dual release

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Microsoft announced that Quantum Break, previously an XB1 exclusive, would be coming to Windows 10 systems as well. And just as importantly, that they will be working to make games that are on both platforms “Cross-buy”able, meaning that if you buy it on one, you’ll be able to play

News Update 1/22

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Man. Is it Friday, already? Let’s get to the news.

Weekend News in Brief (1/1 edition)

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Well, as the year’s officially ticked over into 2016, we have a couple items on the Oculus Rift, Steam details of account exposure, a couple companies reversing recent trends back into the gaming market, and FF IX coming to phones/PC. Click Continue Reading…

The Digital Revolution…

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The Digital Revolution is no longer coming.. it is here. That’s a bold statement to make, but we see evidence of it in the United States, as well as overseas.