Xbox Games With Gold For January, 2019 Includes WRC 6, Far Cry 2, Celeste

WRC 6

Microsoft’s four free games for the month of January includes two old-school classics, a game that SJWs love, and an actual game that’s high quality and well made. Continue reading “Xbox Games With Gold For January, 2019 Includes WRC 6, Far Cry 2, Celeste”

Xbox Games With Gold For December Get Downvoted By Xbox Gamers

XBox Live Games With Gold December

If you wanted a selection of forgettable games to tide you over during Christmas, well, Microsoft was sure thinking about you. The December, 2018 Games With Gold line-up was revealed and oh boy are they not good at all. Continue reading “Xbox Games With Gold For December Get Downvoted By Xbox Gamers”

Xbox Games With Gold For November Include Battlefield 1, Dante’s Inferno

Dante's Inferno

Whether you love ’em or hate ’em, you have to admit that Microsoft has at least been one-upping Sony a lot more consistently than Sony has been one-upping them when it comes to free games with the monthly subscription fees for paying to play online multiplayer on the Xbox One and PS4. This has been rather evident in the monthly Games With Gold program, where Microsoft gives away four games for gamers to keep as part of the monthly subscription. Continue reading “Xbox Games With Gold For November Include Battlefield 1, Dante’s Inferno”

Left 4 Dead 2, Portal, Half-Life 2 Become Backwards Compatible With Xbox One X Enhancements

Xbox One Backwards Compatible

Valve and Microsoft made a startling announcement recently, confirming that four of Valve’s popular titles are now available as backwards compatible titles for the Xbox One. What’s more is that each of the four games have also received Xbox One X enhancements so that you can play them in native 4K ultra high definition. Continue reading “Left 4 Dead 2, Portal, Half-Life 2 Become Backwards Compatible With Xbox One X Enhancements”

Crysis Trilogy Now Backwards Compatible For Xbox One

Crysis Backwards Compatible

If you were too poor to buy a worthwhile PC gaming rig and join the glorious PC master race last gen, you likely settled for purchasing a PS3 or an Xbox 360. Both systems eventually managed to receive poor man ports of Crytek’s highly celebrated Crysis series. The games were a far cry from what they were like on PC, but if you still managed to stay poor and only buy an Xbox One this gen, you have an opportunity to replay the entire Xbox 360 trilogy on your Xbox One… right now! Continue reading “Crysis Trilogy Now Backwards Compatible For Xbox One”

Rumble Roses XX, Zone Of The Enders HD Collection Now Backwards Compatible On Xbox One

Rumble Roses XX

In seventh gen there were a number of games made to appeal to gamers of all shapes, sizes, and types, including fan-service games aimed at the wrestling audience. These kind of games aren’t allowed to be made anymore due to SJWs controlling the Western media and AAA publishing houses. Luckily, you can experience some of the beatitude that gamers from the yesteryears were able to indulge in before the Social Justice Warriors came along and claimed everything was sexist, racist, and transphobic, all thanks to the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility feature. Continue reading “Rumble Roses XX, Zone Of The Enders HD Collection Now Backwards Compatible On Xbox One”

THQ Nordic Acquires Kingdoms Of Amalur IP And Other 38 Studios Assets

THQ Nordic is looking to pick up games that were once special to gamers, even if those titles were underperforming at the time. The publisher plans to bring them to life with other games that they also develop and publish. One of the many games acquired by THQ Nordic is 38 Studios’ Kingdoms of Amalur and the company’s other assets. Continue reading “THQ Nordic Acquires Kingdoms Of Amalur IP And Other 38 Studios Assets”

Lego Star Wars 3: The Clone Wars Gameplay Walkthrough

LEGO Star Wars 3 Gameplay Walkthrough

During the September Games With Gold offerings Microsoft decided to bundle an oldie but a goodie in with the Xbox Live Gold subscription games. One of those games included TT Games and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s Lego Star Wars 3. For gamers who missed out on the Xbox 360 co-op adventure title when it came out back in 2011, there’s a gameplay walkthrough guide available now that it’s backwards compatible and ready to play on the Xbox One. Continue reading “Lego Star Wars 3: The Clone Wars Gameplay Walkthrough”

Xbox Games With Gold For September Fail Hard And Gamers Hate The Lineup

Xbox Games With Gold

If you want some lame games to play for free throughout September look no further than Microsoft’s Xbox Live Games With Gold offerings for September, 2018. The four games that were revealed for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One consists of old and busted up games that most people probably don’t care about. Continue reading “Xbox Games With Gold For September Fail Hard And Gamers Hate The Lineup”

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Is Now Backwards Compatible For Xbox One

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Backwards Compatible

It’s sad that the only time Xbox games trend is when old games become backwards compatible for the system. Microsoft has fostered a rather anti-creative culture where the only noteworthy exclusives on the Xbox One are Forza Motorsport, Halo and Gears of War games. Anyway, the Xbox One community managed to capture the attention of social media recently when Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb announced that Activision and Infinity Ward’s iconic seventh gen shooter, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, is currently available as a backwards compatible title for the Xbox One. Continue reading “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Is Now Backwards Compatible For Xbox One”

Xbox Games With Gold For August Gives Gamers For Honor, Dead Space 3, Forza Horizon 2

For Honor Xbox Live Games With Gold

Last month Microsoft gave gamers a piss-poor line-up games that no one cared about and no one even remembers even though it was just a few weeks ago that those games were announced. That’s how much the line-up sucked, and you won’t anyone but Xbox fanboys slurping up the toe-jam of Phil Spencer defending the last couple of months of offerings from Games With Gold as Microsoft attempts to reposition the service as little more than a catcher of offerings positioned underneath the pitcher of Xbox Game Pass. For August, however, Microsoft actually seems to want to give Xbox Live Gold subscribers something worthwhile to add to their libraries, bringing back a handful of noteworthy AAA titles to the free game line-up. Continue reading “Xbox Games With Gold For August Gives Gamers For Honor, Dead Space 3, Forza Horizon 2”

Xbox Games With Gold For July Are Horrible, And Gamers Find Them Detestable

Xbox Games With Gold July

Microsoft’s July offerings for July, 2018’s Xbox Live Games With Gold are downright detestable… according to gamers. Continue reading “Xbox Games With Gold For July Are Horrible, And Gamers Find Them Detestable”

Xbox Games With Gold For June Includes Purely Mediocre Games

Games With Gold June

Microsoft seems to be slagging off on the Games With Gold offerings heading into the summer months. The Games With Gold line-up for Xbox 360 and Xbox One gamers was recently revealed, and they’re not the sort of games that will have you throwing a lot of bandwidth at the Microsoft Store. Continue reading “Xbox Games With Gold For June Includes Purely Mediocre Games”

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