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Xbox One takes a U-Turn

Microsoft has budged to the demands of gamers and the negative press finally!!! Microsoft has changed its policies regarding Xbox One’s internet requirements, used game restrictions and more. Contrary to the details announced earlier this month, Microsoft has now confirmed news originally reported on Giant Bomb that Xbox One will not require an internet connection to play offline games or need to check in every 24 hours; instead, internet will only be required when initially setting up the console. “After a one-time system set-up with a new Xbox One, you can play any disc based game without ever connecting online again,” Microsoft wrote. “There is no 24 hour connection requirement and you can take your Xbox One anywhere you want and play your games, just like on Xbox 360....

Titanfall gameplay preview

This year’s E3 gaming expo has made one thing clear… it’s that we’ve got some serious first person shooters in the pipeline. Titanfall looks to be one such title. In the same year as Guillermo Del Toro’s Pacific Rim gets a theatrical release, Titanfall certainly has its finger on the mecha-robot trend’s pulse. Play as a futuristic pilot shooter or gear up and dive into a giant mechanized suit known as a Titan. But you needn’t make that decision at the beginning of the game the  focus has been on seamless integration between one and the other during play. That’s Titanfall’s hook. As a pilot there are certain routes through levels or access points not reachable when suited up, while the inclusion of a jetpack gives plenty of wall-bouncing...

Bark your Orders in Call of Duty Ghosts

Though he practically upstaged the Xbox One at its own reveal event, don’t expect Call of Duty Dog to slink off into a corner. He’s not going to be eye candy or a prop in Call of Duty: Ghosts’ singleplayer campaign. The dog, based on real life service canines used by the Navy SEALs, will be controllable much in the same way drones were in Black Ops. That’s in the singleplayer campaign. No word yet on what role Call of Duty Dog fulfills in multiplayer, if any. Mark Rubin, the game’s executive producer, told Kotaku that “multiple dogs” were mo-capped for the game’s action sequences, and the one in-game will respond to user commands as well as move and act on his own. IGN, in this E3 preview, got a closer look at what Call of Duty Dog does. He&#...

Mclaren and Forza Motorsport 5 team up

The appearance of a Forza 5 on the Xbox One isn’t exactly an unpredictable move. Of course, the challenge is how to improve upon Forza 4 which already looked incredible, had a brilliant single-player structure and genre-leading multiplayer modes, and had some of the best, most convincing handling around. Even the AI was hard to beat. What could Forza 5 add except an extra layer of visual polish? The icing on the cake is that McLaren Automotive has teamed up with Xbox to offer one of the best seats of the summer at the 2013 Festival of Speed: the passenger seat of the McLaren P1™ while it makes its global dynamic debut at the world famous event. One lucky competition winner will be given the chance to experience the famous Goodwood Hill course, and be part of the McLaren 50th annivers...

Xbox One Reveal Parody :)

You wont wanna miss this, Steven Korrell our Facebook fan just shared with us this video 🙂  

Call of Duty : Ghosts Screens Unveiled

Check out the fleeting glimpses of COD Ghosts which debuted at Microsoft’s Xbox One reveal event a couple of days back. Here are some Spoilers 🙂 1) Multiplayer will be revamped with ‘dynamic maps’, which will feature environmental events like earthquakes and floods. 2) Oscar-winning writer Stephen Gaghan, whose previous works include ‘Traffic’ and ‘Syriana’  has worked on the new story for the game, hope it improves the storyline which has become a tad repetitive.  Are you excited for COD Ghosts? Check out the latest Call of Duty : Ghosts Trailer Unveiled  :  

5 things to know about Xbox One

After months of anticipation, Microsoft has finally unveiled its next generation console and has named it XBox One. Now we don’t exactly know why it was named XBox One, but from the unveiling it seems that this has some connection with Microsoft’s plan of marketing the XBox as the complete family media center rather than just a dedicated gaming console. XBox One will operate using an 8-core processor with 8 GB RAM. And while the event did not reveal a lot about new games, here are 5 things to know about Xbox One  – 1. The design changes were minimal The look of the console was nothing to talk about while the controller seems to have gone only slight ergonomical changes. Microsoft probably does not want to change a proven design by a large factor. 2. Kinect gets more power...


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