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Microsoft Considering Xbox Live Subscription on Windows

Microsoft has been attempting the win back the hearts of PC gamers and making promises to take the platform seriously. Rightfully, this was greeted with a degree of skepticism given Microsoft’s history and the disgraceful Games…

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Microsoft Looking to Rework Achievements and Challenges

Achievements are an integral component of any modern game and encourages consumers to keep playing and attain 100 percent completion. This is a handy tool as many people want to showcase their skills through a Gamer…

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Astro A40 TR + Mix Amp Pro & Mod Kit Multi-Format Pro Gaming Headset Review

Introduction We’re big fans of Astro here at eTeknix, time and time again they’ve delivered absolutely jaw dropping products, and for me personally, the best of the best when it comes to gaming headsets. Their latest…

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Xbox One Game Streaming Usage is “Very High” Says Director of Programming

Microsoft has adopted a more unified strategy with Windows 10 and attempted to create a synergy between mobile, Xbox and PC. The theory is, any device running Windows 10 can communicate with compatible products in a…

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Forza 6 Director Defends Recent Microtransactions Update

Forza Motorsport 5 was a key launch title for Microsoft’s latest console but arguably the weakest so far due to a complete lack of content and microtransactions. The end result revolved around a fairly forgettable career mode,…

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Turtle Beach Ear Force Recon 30X Xbox One Headset Review

Introduction Picking the right headset can be a virtual minefield as there are a seemingly endless range of products to choose from. Of course, if you pick out what you really want from your headset and set…

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Current Gen Consoles Incapable of Running Darksiders 2 Remaster at 60 FPS

Darksiders 2 is a hack and slash role-playing game which received fairly positive reviews back in 2012. Although, it didn’t really provide the magical formula which made its predecessor so appealing. As you might expect, the…

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Mad Catz Announces TRITTON Katana HD 7.1 Wireless Headset

Mad Catz didn’t just have a new mouse to present us today, they’re also ready with a new headset under the TRITTON brand. The new headset is called the Katana and it is a HD 7.1…

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Sensible Soccer Reboot Launched on Kickstarter

Sensible Soccer’s arcade physics and frantic pace proved to be a magnificent formula which holds up remarkably well today. The game’s laughably unrealistic speed made each multiplayer match an action-packed encounter and released on the Atari ST,…

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Game List Revealed

Since it was revealed back in June that Xbox One would be introducing backwards compatibility for Xbox 360 games, Xbox fans have been anxious to know which games would be included when the function goes live…

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This Ford Designed Xbox One Controller is Seriously Cool!

A Ford designed Xbox One controller you say? What kind of madness is this! OK, first things first, this isn’t a real controller, it’s a marketing stunt, but I’m already twitching at my wallet hoping that…

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Turtle Beach Ear Force PX24 Multi-Format Gaming Headset Review

Introduction The latest headset from Turtle Beach is here at last! The market may be packed with brands and products right now, but from a consumer perspective, it never hurts to have more choice. The PX24…

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Fallout 4 Xbox One Pre-Load Can Contain The Wrong File

Digital games are becoming more popular on consoles as consumers feel less attached to physical media. Many users originally perceived digital as an inconvenience due to huge download sizes and overloaded servers on launch. Thankfully, the…

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Remedy Officially Confirms Alan Wake 2

Alan Wake is an eerie psychological horror game which originally launched on Xbox 360 and eventually came to PC. The PC version is an absolute treat due to its fantastic graphics and superb optimization. Many of…

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Orsinium DLC now Available for The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited

Have you been enjoying everything that Elder Scrolls Online (ESO) has to offer? I know I have, although I must admit that the game world is so big, that I’ve yet to see quite a lot…

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Sony Has Sold a Staggering 25.3 Million PlayStation 4 Consoles

Microsoft’s ill-advised strategy when selecting the Xbox One’s components and launch DRM dramatically altered the uptake of Sony’s PlayStation 4. Many consumers became angry with Microsoft’s arrogant management, TV focus and high launch price. This helped the…

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Halo 5 Performance Analysed in Digital Foundry Video

Halo 5 has finally been released after 3 years of development and received overwhelmingly positive critical acclaim. From a technical standpoint, the game’s performance is fascinating given the lack of horsepower in the Xbox One. 343…

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Spencer “Fully Expects” There Will be a Next Xbox Generation

Love them or hate them, consoles have been around for decades, proven to be massively profitable when done right and they’re not going anywhere anytime soon. Sony and Microsoft have put on a good battle this last…

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Halo 5 “Could Appear on The PC” says Frank O’Connor

The Halo franchise is Microsoft’s key system seller for the Xbox brand and continues to please a large following. While the original game and its sequel eventually came to PC, there was a great deal of…

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Xbox Wireless Adapter For Windows Launches

Microsoft has today started shipping the Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows globally, allowing Xbox One controllers to be used with Windows 10 PCs, sans wires. Revealed back in June, Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb, Microsoft’s Director of…

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Rock Band 4 – A New Era of Rhythm Gaming

Plastic instruments around the world have been slowly working their way into people’s garages and lofts for the last couple of years, ever since the great rhythm game boom slowly died off and became stagnant. It…

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DirectX 12 Won’t Help the Xbox One According to DICE

DirectX 12, a low-overhead API which has the potential to revolutionize PC gaming and properly utilize consumer’s graphical hardware. On the PC, DirectX 11 often resulted in inconsistent and sub-par frame-rates which required fairly high-end equipment…

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‘Vast Majority’of Xbox One Customers Still Use Kinect Says Microsoft

Microsoft originally opted for a heavy-handed approach with the Kinect sensor and forced consumers to purchase it as part of the basic Xbox One bundle. After public outrage regarding privacy concerns and Microsoft’s DRM plans, the…

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Thrustmaster Releases Y-300X Xbox One Gaming Headset

Thrustmaster released a new gaming headset that is officially licensed for Xbox One, the new Y-300X. The Y-300X is equipped with 60mm drivers to deliver high-definition audio with a powerful bass. The earpieces are also designed…

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Metal Gear Solid V Mods Fixes Graphic Downgrade

Does anyone remember the scandals shortly after the Playstation 4 and Xbox One was released, where developers such as Ubisoft appeared to be downgrading the quality of the game graphics on the PC releases of their…

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Halo 5 Guardians Disk Requirements Revealed

Halo 5 Guardians recently passed gold certification ahead of the October 27th release date. However, it seems some copies have already leaked prior to the official launch date, which could result in spoilers being splattered all…

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Xbox Chief Puts Customer Trust Ahead of Beating PS4

While the Xbox One is selling better than ever, it still remains in the shadow of Sony’s PlayStation 4, but you won’t find that fact bothering Xbox chief Phil Spencer. Following a poor launch, exacerbated by…