Perfect Dark Rumors Resurface After New Placeholders Emerge

If you are out of the loop, rumors on a new Perfect Dark game popped up back in April of this year. Many people believed that Joanna Dark would see a return in some form or fashion next-gen, and they might be right. As of today, a new placeholder has been found via twitter pointing to a potential new entry in the Perfect Dark series. Continue reading “Perfect Dark Rumors Resurface After New Placeholders Emerge”

Xbox/Facebook Gaming Arrangement Wildly Unpopular

On January 5, 2016, what would become Mixer launched to the world as Beam. A streaming service that advertised itself on its robust interactivity and low latency. By August of the same year, Beam was purchased by Microsoft and renamed as Mixer by the following year. 2019 the service once again garnered attention with the poaching of many of Twitch’s top talent including Ninja, for between $20-30 million. Continue reading “Xbox/Facebook Gaming Arrangement Wildly Unpopular”

Editorial: Facebook Gaming is a Cesspool

Earlier this month, Microsoft announced they were shutting down Mixer and migrating the service over to Facebook Gaming. Partnered streamers on Mixer were promised the same status if they migrated over to Facebook gaming, but as of right now, none of those streamers are scrambling to make the switch. Continue reading “Editorial: Facebook Gaming is a Cesspool”

343 Industries Teases The Banished Making A Return In Halo: Infinite

Although there are many rumors and leaks circulating around the net that could be a potential hint at Halo: Infinite‘s story, there seems to be a new video by 343 Industries that confirms a leak regarding The Banished making a return in the next installment in the Halo series of games. Continue reading “343 Industries Teases The Banished Making A Return In Halo: Infinite”

Mike Crump Becomes Studio Head of Gears of War Developer: The Coalition

Following a short tenure at Irrational Games, Rod Fergusson returned to Microsoft to head their Gears of War developer: The Coalition, which is on the Traitors of America master list. During his time as studio head, the Gears of War franchise became more known for woke identity politics and micro-transactions than it did for its original over the top masculine motifs. Long established lore would see significant revisions to the point where the Gears of War mythology became riddled with plot holes and ceased making cohesive sense. Continue reading “Mike Crump Becomes Studio Head of Gears of War Developer: The Coalition”

Mixer Goes Broke While Microsoft Teams Up With Facebook Gaming

Mixer going broke shouldn’t come in as a surprise given its woke background. The dying platform battling the thot-housing-Twitch has gone belly up as per a new blog post. However, Microsoft and the Xbox Team are partnering up with Facebook to help Mixer streamers transfer over to Facebook Gaming. Continue reading “Mixer Goes Broke While Microsoft Teams Up With Facebook Gaming”

Rumor Watch: Microsoft Looking Into Buying Warner Brothers Games

Recently AT&T revealed they were looking to divest themselves from the video games industry. In doing so, they plan to sell off as a lump package Warner Brothers Games, with a projected sales price of around four billion dollars. Their interest in selling their gaming division originates not from any issue impacting the industry or market, but as a result of AT&T’s monumental debt load. Continue reading “Rumor Watch: Microsoft Looking Into Buying Warner Brothers Games”

Microsoft and Sony Among Other US Companies Virtue Signal While Profiting From Kidnapping and Actual Slave Labor

For corporations and the affluent, more often than not, politics is merely fashion. If pressed on any issue, neither corporations or the affluent who profess a deep concern or passion regarding a particular issue could muster any knowledge on the topic. Let alone offer any viable solutions to the issues. Continue reading “Microsoft and Sony Among Other US Companies Virtue Signal While Profiting From Kidnapping and Actual Slave Labor”

Microsoft Confirms Xbox Series X Will Launch In Japan This Year’s Holiday Season

There’s no denying that the Xbox Team can’t quite cut it in Japan like its counterparts (Sony and Nintendo). Even the head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, made mention in the past that the Xbox brand needs to do better in the land of the rising sun. Well, it looks like the Xbox Team will attempt to “bolster” its performance in Japan this holiday season with the Xbox Series X as per a new report. Keep in mind that Microsoft and Xbox are both on the Traitors of America Master List. Continue reading “Microsoft Confirms Xbox Series X Will Launch In Japan This Year’s Holiday Season”

Xbox Game Pass Has Five Times As Many Subscribers As PlayStation Now

Xbox Game Pass

Xbox Game Pass has 10 million subscribers while PlayStation Now only recently reached 2.2 million subscribers. The news was part of a comparison in a report by GamesIndustry.biz, which noted that despite launching three years after PlayStation Now, the Xbox Game Pass has managed to quintuple Sony’s streaming efforts. Continue reading “Xbox Game Pass Has Five Times As Many Subscribers As PlayStation Now”

Rumor Watch: Industry Insider Drops Details on What is Going at Microsoft

An interesting batch of information has appeared on Reddit. Not from inside Microsoft, but someone who claims to be connected to a company with deep ties to Microsoft. Who asserts he heard all this information second and possibly third hand. What does this mean? Continue reading “Rumor Watch: Industry Insider Drops Details on What is Going at Microsoft”

Halo 2 Anniversary Edition Cheats Feature Infinite Ammo, Unlimited Health, Easy Kills

Halo 2 Cheats

Microsoft released Halo 2: Anniversary Edition on PC as part of The Master Chief Collection, which is an updated version of the game that was part of an original collection that came out for the Xbox One. For gamers who have the updated version of the game on PC there are some cheats available for you. Continue reading “Halo 2 Anniversary Edition Cheats Feature Infinite Ammo, Unlimited Health, Easy Kills”

Halo: Infinite Gameplay Trailer Set To Go Live In July, 2020

Microsoft and 343 Industries are gearing up to show off Halo: Infinite gameplay footage in a new trailer sometime this July. No given date has been issued out by the publisher or developer, but it’s safe to assume that the next trailer will appear during July’s edition of Inside Xbox. Continue reading “Halo: Infinite Gameplay Trailer Set To Go Live In July, 2020”

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