Four Xbox 360 games become backwards-compatible on the Xbox One today: Sam and Max: Beyond Time and Space, Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, Lego Batman and Trials HD.
Uno was one of Xbox Live Arcade’s best games in the early years, a fact that’s been somewhat forgotten because all anyone can remember are endless penises.
When we last saw Lara Croft, she was growing out of being a victim. A victim of fate, of other people’s aggression, of her own uninspired previous playable incarnations. She’s still growing, but she’s different now.
Not long after Sony announced what’s coming next month, Microsoft has followed suit, with four games that’ll come out across Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Although Mighty No. 9, the Megaman-like, crowdfunded platformer, was originally expected in April 2015, its release date was first moved to September 15, then to February 9 of this year. This latest delay shifts the date to spring 2016. At the earliest.
Prison Architect, the very good prison building and management sim, will be out on Xbox 360, Xbox One and PS4 in spring. Priced at 30$, the console versions will add a Prison Warden mode where you manage pre-built prisons, and the World of Wardens network, used for sharing custom maps.
Way back in 2007 lawyers gathered together a group of gamers angry with Microsoft over scratched Xbox 360 discs to form a class action lawsuit. Nine years later the Supreme Court is preparing to hear Microsoft’s plea to have the case dismissed for a second time.
Microsoft has told Kotaku they’re aware of Halo: Reach’s frame rate problems. “We’re aware some users are experiencing issues playing Halo: Reach via Xbox One Backward Compatibility,” said a spokesperson. “The Xbox engineering team is currently looking into the issues and are working to address them.”
Awakening, the first $15 map pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops III, will be out for PS4 on February 2 and will come out for Xbox One at a later date. It won’t be coming to PS3 and Xbox 360 at all. It’s got four maps (one in a water park!) and the first chapter of a new four-part co-op zombies campaign.
It’s not every day I get to refer to my wife as perfectly reasonable but yeah—this is all her fault.
Sixteen last-gen games will be debuting on Microsoft’s newest home game console today, with games like Spelunky, Fable III and Kane & Lynch 2 among them.
In a home filled with technological marvels of all shapes and sizes, one piece of oft-derided hardware gets more love from my family and I than any other. Kinect, tell the nice people how much I cherish you.
Lara Croft’s latest adventure is primarily being marketed as a big, shiny treasure for the Xbox One. But Rise of the Tomb Raider is also out for the Xbox 360, too. It looks different, of course.
Halo used to mean quality. Its campaigns were all heroic military sci-fi, full of brilliantly-designed levels and enemies. The multiplayer was some of gaming’s best, supplying pulse-pounding firefights and thrilling victories. There was a time when a new Halo game was a guarantee of greatness. Since developer Bungie…
A decade ago today thousands of people stood outside electronics retailers in the bitter cold, waiting for their chance to sell an Xbox 360 on eBay. I blame those killer faceplates.
Xbox One consoles are now backwards compatible with some Xbox 360 games. How do you play supported Xbox 360 games on an Xbox One? What happens with disc-based games? We’ve got a short video tutorial for you.
There are too many Call of Duty games. Let me clarify that statement: There are too many Call of Duty games in Call of Duty: Black Ops III.
this week, over 100 games originally made for the Xbox 360 will be playable on the Xbox One. But the titles that garnered the most votes in a Microsoft user poll are missing.
You’d think from hanging around the internet that by 2015 most people would be playing Black Ops III on a PC, Xbox One or PS4. But remember, there are still a lotta folks out there with last-gen hardware. Now is the time to be reminded of their predicament.