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    All the Video Games We’ve Been Playing for the Last Month

    It’s getting cold outside! All the more reason for us to stay cozy and get in some much needed gaming time. Last month turned out to be good to us, thanks to some great Nintendo 3DS games and a game that looks like it would fit right along with 1930s Disney. Did we like what […]

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    You Can Preorder the Standard Edition Xbox One X Starting This Week

    Last month, Microsoft got the Xbox One X party started by putting up a limited Scorpio edition of the console for preorder, paying tribute to the console’s popular development code name. Those are all sold out now, so Microsoft’s ready to move on to the much less limited edition — starting this week, the regular Xbox […]

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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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    The Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite Story Mode is Dorky Arcade Fun

    Marvel vs. Capcom has been a fighting game staple at arcades for ages, and has been at the heart of esports far before esports was a thing. While the series has always been known for lightning fast gameplay and lengthy aerial combos, it’s not been known much for having a story. That’s changing with the […]

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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’s Xbox Game Drive Gets Tweaked for Xbox Game Pass

    Now that Xbox Game Pass is here, Seagate thinks you might need a bit more storage. A subscription service that covers some Xbox 360 and Xbox One games under one monthly fee, Game Pass might get gamers to install a lot more games on their consoles than before, so Seagate might have a point. They’re […]

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    Xbox Game Pass is Here, and It’s Basically Netflix for Xbox Games

    Netflix for Xbox is finally here. No, we don’t mean that literally — actual Netflix has been on the Xbox for a while. What’s arriving now is a Netflix-like subscription streaming service for Xbox games. It’s called Xbox Game Pass, and after a limited launch to Xbox Insider members, it’s ready to go for the public. […]

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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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    Seagate Now Has a 512GB SSD Drive for the Xbox One

    The Xbox One can be purchased with between 500 GB and 2 TB of storage, which sounds like a lot. But, then you consider that a game like Gears of War 4 takes up almost 80 GB worth of storage, and suddenly those drives don’t sound so big. That prompted Seagate to introduce the Game Drive, an […]

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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 […]