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    Cuphead is an Xbox Indie Game That Crosses Steamboat Willie with Contra

    Chances are you’ve heard of Cuphead at least in passing. The indie game made its debut at E3 2014 with a trailer showcasing the game’s art, and it’s been talked about excitedly in gaming circles since. No wonder — Cuphead looks like nothing that’s come before it, although its gameplay treads on well-worn and well-loved ground for longtime […]

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    Seagate is Bringing Their Game Drives to the PlayStation 4

    Seagate’s really having fun with their external storage drives for video game consoles. In partnership with Microsoft, they’ve come out with several special editions for game releases, along with HDD and SSD options (most recently showing off a 4 TB HDD along with the Xbox Game Pass announcement). At E3 this week, they’re announcing their […]

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    Seagate Game Drive for Xbox 512 GB SSD Review

    So…dehydrated…quick run to get water during a loading screen? Not anymore. Exaggeration aside, with Seagate’s new Game Drive for Xbox 512 GB SSD, it’s not far-fetched. Once plugged in, the Xbox One will prompt the user to select whether the drive will be used for media (music, videos, etc.) or for games. Media mode will allow […]

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    Dead Rising 4 Review (Xbox One)

    What to smash, what to blow up, what to kill?! Those are the questions you will find yourself asking when playing Dead Rising 4. Dead Rising 4 is an open-world zombie game centered on Frank West investigating another zombie outbreak in Willamette, Colorado where the first Dead Rising took place. The game starts the player […]

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    Gears of War 4 Multiplayer Review

    Earlier this month, we took a look at the campaign of Gears of War 4 and found a faithful and enjoyable return to the third-person cover-based shooter series — lots of chainsaws, lots of exploding enemies of subterranean origin, and lots of hiding behind concrete blocks. Like with any game today, it’s tough to review multiplayer before those […]

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    Gears of War 4 Review (Xbox Play Anywhere)

    After a five-year layoff, the chainsaw-ripping Gears of War series is making a return to the Xbox, with a little side trip to the PC thanks to Xbox Play Anywhere. The third-person cover-based shooter jumps forward a little further in the in-game world, taking place 25 years after the end of Gears of War 3, when Marcus Fenix […]

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    Forza Horizon 3 Review (Xbox Play Anywhere)

    Have you ever watched a trailer for a game and wondered if the amazing graphics were a cut scene or actual gameplay? This is a question that you will not be asking yourself when you play Forza Horizon 3. The Forza Horizon series is an open-world offshoot of the Forza series, putting the spotlight on individual locations for […]

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    ReCore Review (Xbox Play Anywhere)

      ReCore is the first title to be released on Xbox Play Anywhere, Microsoft’s unified Xbox/Windows 10 platform. It’s set on a world called Far Eden, with the player controlling a character named Joule Adams and her initial Corebot companion, Mack. Without spoiling too much of the plot, Joule wakes up from her cryo-sleep trying […]