Posts Tagged ‘microsoft’
Posted by GameGuideDog_Partners on November 27, 2017 under Featured, New Releases, Paws Button
Four years after its current-gen console first launched, Microsoft has released the upgraded Xbox One X. The software giant heralds its latest device in the Xbox One family as "the most powerful console ever"--and its 4K capabilities make Xbox games look better than before. But, with the new console's release, I'm left wondering which of its games are compelling enough to make me rush out and bu... more.
Posted by GameGuideDog_Partners on May 9, 2017 under Featured, Tech Bones
Xbox One vs PS4: Which one is the best? There’s no denying that each new console generation, we end up seeing a battle of wits between Sony and Microsoft. Which one delivers the best console? How can you figure out which one is the best? Let’s find out right now! Models There are multiple models for both consoles, but the Xbox One and PS4 tend to have a similar price. The PS4 Slim... more.
Posted by GameGuideDog_Partners on February 5, 2016 under News
2016 Xbox #One #games are huge this year. The company has a nearly all-star lineup with big hitting games like Gears of War 4, Crackdown 3 and the much anticipated Sea of Thieves. Fans are raving about the desire to try out Quantum Break and Fable Legends. With that being said there are a few titles coming out that look just as awesome but have far less hype trailing behind them. ( Below , Cities:... more.
Posted by GameGuideDog_Partners on August 8, 2015 under News, Paws Button, Trailers
Push Square: "Sony's first-party output has always pushed boundaries. While the platform holder has funded its fair share of shooters and racing games, experimental outings such as ICO and Heavy Rain have always composed a core part of its output, too. And speaking at Gamescom 2015, SCEE boss Jim Ryan has revealed that the platform holder prefers to be as hands-off Via Sony: We Let Our First-Part... more.
Posted by GameGuideDog_Partners on August 8, 2015 under News, PC
Greg of PC Gaming Enthusiast reviews Life is Strange Episode 3: Chaos Theory and Episode 4: The Dark Room. He writes: "After playing through Life is Strange: Episode 2, I was starting to think the series was growing stale. This is important considering interactive media, like gaming, is susceptible to the adage “the sequel is never as good as the original.” Before reading the rest of this ar... more.
Posted by GameGuideDog_Partners on October 21, 2014 under News
On Thursday Sony XBox (Photo credit: Sheryl's Boys) announced it has cumulatively sold more than 7 million units of its Playstation 4 console. Meanwhile, Microsoft has reported no real sales figures for Xbox One, but has announced 5 million units shipped to retailers since the console launched. These numbers have renewed interest in the next-generation console wars, leading many ... more.
Posted by Topper on October 21, 2014 under News
PAX East 2014: Below Will Come to PC And Xbox One Nine months after Microsoft originally unveiled its ID@Xbox self-publishing program for the Xbox One, the first independent game to go through the system has launched. Strike Suit Zero: Director's Cut, the space combat game from Born Ready Games that originally launched on PC last year, has now released for Xbox One through ID@Xbox and for PS4. ... more.
Posted by GameGuideDog_Partners on May 18, 2014 under News
Athena (Photo credit: matchity) Not long to go now before gaming’s Superbowl lands in LA and we all go crazy for the latest new games, exciting demos and those massive revelations. Sony are going to have a hard time topping last year, where they delivered some heavy blows to their rival Microsoft, who stuttered their way through the Xbox One’s build-up campaign. Next generation of video gam... more.
Posted by GameGuideDog_Partners on May 5, 2014 under News
Level screenshot (Mega Drive version) (Photo credit: Wikipedia) "Microsoft gives the impression that Games with Gold is an obligation that they need to meet in order to compete with Sony." If Sony didn't do Instant Game Collection first and get success with it, I honestly don't think Microsoft would have even considered Games With Gold. This is a completely reactionary program. Of cours... more.
Posted by GameGuideDog_Partners on April 21, 2014 under News
Phil Spencer posing whilst filming a property programme by Stoke-on-Trent railway station. This years E3 will be way different than last years. MS doing some pre- E3 planning and a surprise at PAX. This something that would never happen under Don Mattrick's administrative. This is small proof of Phil Spencer's positive agenda coming into play. Honestly, with the comments that Major Nelson made ... more.