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Microsoft's next consoles won't just be able to play Xbox, Xbox 360 and Xbox One games, but also use any kind of accessory supported by the three consoles.
"We're willing to live with some annoyances because the rest of Everybody's Golf VR is so much fun."
Amazon UK spoiled some of the fun yesterday, but at least the official reveal managed to give a decent amount of information in a single sentence.
The Batman: Arkham Asylum developers aren't ready to show off what they're working on, so the rumours about Justice League and Suicide Squad can go on.
Amazon UK decided to confirm the London setting, as well as a cool feature that allows players to take control of a wide variety of characters.
Nintendo to show off two of its high-profile exclusives during a Nintendo Direct ahead of E3.
Microsoft will apparently need twenty additional minutes compared to last year, so expect to learn more about Gears 5, Halo Infinite, Cyberpunk 2077 and much more.
Raven and Sledgehammer's project was supposed to be set in Vietnam during the Cold War, but things reportedly got so chilly that Activision decided to break tradition.
Tired of shooting, stabbing, punching, and gathering loot? Then Breaking Walls' Away: The Survival Series might be worth a look.
The first real Monster Hunter: World expansion shows that it has a lot in store for us with a lengthy trailer.
One player will take control of Arnold's worst enemy, while a group of other players will have to "get to the chopper".
The game seems to be further along than many feared, and we'll get a lot more information at E3.
We're fairly sure most of you have managed to guess when Sir Daniel Fortesque re-surfaces from his grave already.
Sony said it didn't see the value in EA's service back in 2014 but has finally changed its mind.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands' teasing document and website left us with a few options last week, but now we know that it's the franchise's next entry.
Last year's BAFTA and The Game Awards winner makes its way to other platforms thanks to East2West later this year.
Get ready for updates from Death Stranding and MediEvil, as well as the unveiling of a brand new game.
Sony might not be at E3, but it definitely sounds like they have something big planned anyway.
Ubisoft's fighting game has grown a lot in the last six months, and people ask why we haven't heard about a sequel yet...
The next Assassin's Creed will not be heading to Rome as some thought, instead, Ubisoft will let us be Vikings.
The Wall Street Journal is back at it, this time claiming we'll get to choose between a cheaper version with fewer functions and a powerful, more expensive one.
"A couple of faults don't detract from the fact that The Division 2 is one of, if not the, best looter-shooters in years."
We've spent a few hours in Washington D.C. and are more than ready to stay for many, many more.
Looking forward to Ubisoft's highly anticipated title? We hope you have as much time as you have space on your hard drive, as you'll be downloading an enormous day-one update.
Bend Studio has finished development more than six weeks ahead of launch, so are we allowed to hope for a near-flawless experience from the get-go?
The talented composer and sound designer has given us audible treats for 15 years with LittleBigPlanet, Tearaway, last year's fantastic Astro Bot Rescue Mission and more.
After a year of rumours, the European ratings board has finally all but confirmed that we're getting two games from Infinity Ward this year.
Do you remember the new ending Watch Dogs 2 got after its release? It seems like Ubisoft was teasing the setting for the sequel.
People can talk about the so-called console wars as much as they want, but Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo are more than willing to show their respect towards each other.
Otto Bathurst set to direct the pilot and a few further episode of the Showtime series.
The roadmap starts on March 12 and continues through the fall with new quests, Survival mode, added features, and much more.
Microsoft's Xbox One Backward Compatibility program has some goodies for Capcom fans today.
Apex Legends might be doing extremely well, but that doesn't stop Fortnite from setting two new records for concurrent players.
Bioware's anticipated title has finally reached its official release date, so we're going to stream it one last time before sharing our final review.
A new enemy faction, Specialisation classes, new Strongholds, Dark Zones changes, world tiers, stronger weapons and gear, Raids and more awaits after level 30.
Here's a quick reminder that you can get Terrible Toybox's fantastic game for free, and what the next freebie will be.
After more than 15 years at the company, Reggie is ready to let Bowser take over the presidency.
Media Molecule isn't quite ready to give us the final version yet, but those of us who want to take part before then will be able to pay for it sooner rather than later.
The pirate-themed game hasn't even gotten a release date yet, but the French publisher seems to have high expectations for it as a franchise.
The Japanese publisher expects to earn a lot of money from October through December. Are we allowed to hope for Final Fantasy VII Remake and Crystal Dynamic's Avengers game?
Microsoft has more in store than Shadow of the Tomb Raider, The Walking Dead, Pumped BMX Pro, De Blob, Crackdown 3 and Batman: Return to Arkham.
The giant company will have a keynote at Game Developers Conference, so we're fairly sure time has come show off their Yeti.
Exploring the world and solving missions in different ways will affect Luffy's Karma and his relationship with several characters for the franchise.
The Game Bakers leaves intense boss-rushing behind to focus on love. You'll still get to do some fighting as well, so don't get too comfortable.
Respawn Entertainment has done a great job supporting the game with updates since launch, so now it's time to turn the focus over to new content.
Another studio takes advantage of the Epic Games Store's more generous cut by being just a bit more generous with us.
The fan-favourite turn-based tactics roguelike adventure is getting a sequel, and we've got a teaser trailer that goes by the name of The Howling End.
Will decrease loading times, make several tweaks to javelins, make some enemies weaker, improve the UI, remove a ton of bugs and more.
It's been more than four years since the adventure started, but we'll have to wait bit longer to see how it all ends.
And so ends the five years old partnership with Marvel Television, but could an open letter to fans tease a return elsewhere?