Best card and table games for Xbox and PlayStation

xbox ps4 card games

Perhaps with ultra-modern graphics and third-person games, many players forgot that their advanced game consoles like Xbox One could run many traditional cards and table games that provide many hours of pure entertainment. Continue reading “Best card and table games for Xbox and PlayStation”

Total Overdose Retro Review: Irreverent Machismo That Puts Fun At The Forefront

Title: Total Overdose: A Gunslinger’s Tale In Mexico
Genre: Third-Person Shooter
Platform(s): OG Xbox, PS2, PC
Developer: Deadline Games
Publisher: SCi Games
Release Date: September 16th, 2005

Deadline Games and SCi Games’ 2005 third-person shooter, Total Overdose: A Gunslinger’s Tale In Mexico is one of those hidden gems from sixth gen that came out during a time where anything third-person or open-world related was likely overshadowed by all the other GTA-style clones that flooded consoles during that time. However, despite its simplistic nature, dated graphics, and unrefined execution of some fun-filled concepts, Total Overdose was definitely a game of its era and well worth a playthrough if you’re looking for a machismo-filled shooter that puts fun at the forefront of the experience. Continue reading “Total Overdose Retro Review: Irreverent Machismo That Puts Fun At The Forefront”

Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown Runs On WRC Engine, Features Avatar Customization

Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown

Nacon is really making big moves these days. As Bigben Interactive they were known for having some titles of questionable quality under their belt, recently they’ve been announcing and picking up a lot of worthwhile games within the AA sector, one of which includes Kylotonn Racing Games take on the Test Drive Unlimited series called Solar Crown. Continue reading “Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown Runs On WRC Engine, Features Avatar Customization”

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”

Unannounced Titles To Be Revealed During Upcoming Inside Xbox Event

As of this moment, Microsoft has smooth sailing ahead for their upcoming next generational launch. Their chief competition in Sony is currently obliterating their standing in the creator community with their abuse of the copyright system. Before opting to commit optics seppuku Sony was already facing an uphill battle with their $500-550 console that was significantly underpowered and rumored to have performance along with overheating issues. Continue reading “Unannounced Titles To Be Revealed During Upcoming Inside Xbox Event”

The Adventures Of Tintin In Development For PC And Home Consoles

The Adventures of Tintin

Microids and Moulinsart have announced that a new game is in the works based on the classic Adventures of Tintin. They didn’t roll out many details for the game but they did announce that it’s scheduled to release on PC and home consoles. Continue reading “The Adventures Of Tintin In Development For PC And Home Consoles”

Avalanche Studios Rebrands and Teases A New Game

Avalanche Studios’ last few years have not been what can be called successful. Rage 2 developed in concert with  id Software went on to sell a quarter of the volume the original game pulled in, according to Forbes. Generation Zero, developed by Systemic Worlds one of their subsidiaries, went on to be known more for its controversial similarity to the artworks of Simon Stålenhag than for being a quality product. Just Cause 4 sold so poorly it failed to recoup its development cost (page 3). Leaving the once-beloved albeit flawed developer a shell of their former glory. Continue reading “Avalanche Studios Rebrands and Teases A New Game”

Microsoft And The Xbox Team Offer A Closer Look At The Xbox Series X Specs

Earlier this year, during the late part of February, we covered the Xbox Series X specs. However, Microsoft and the Xbox Team wanted to offer gamers and fans alike an even deeper look at the forthcoming next-gen console, meaning that multiple videos and a blog post are up, allowing the curious to peer at the bits and pieces that power the Series X. Continue reading “Microsoft And The Xbox Team Offer A Closer Look At The Xbox Series X Specs”

New Test Drive Unlimited In The Works By Nacon And Kylotonn

Test Drive Unlimited

Nacon’s head of publishing, Benoit Clerc, recently explained that they have Kylotonn Racing Games working on the next entry in Atari’s formerly dormant Test Drive Unlimited series, which was put on ice after Test Drive Unlimited 2 was shelved for home consoles and PC. Continue reading “New Test Drive Unlimited In The Works By Nacon And Kylotonn”

Xbox Series X Comes With 12 Teraflops, Custom RDNA 2, Zen 2 Processor, And More

Phil Spencer has taken to the official Xbox blog to inform folks on some of the things powering the forthcoming Xbox Series X. According to the write-up by Spencer, the next-gen console has taken “innovative leaps” when it comes to CPU, GPU, and storage technology so that fans have a “frictionless” and more consistent experience. Continue reading “Xbox Series X Comes With 12 Teraflops, Custom RDNA 2, Zen 2 Processor, And More”

Rod Fergusson Leaves Xbox To Work On Diablo At Blizzard

Rod Fergusson the steward of the Gears of War franchise took to twitter yesterday announcing he will be departing from Microsoft to work at Blizzard. After years of leading the Gear of War franchise, Fergusson will be departing in March to a new position at Blizzard where he will oversee the Diablo series. Continue reading “Rod Fergusson Leaves Xbox To Work On Diablo At Blizzard”

Phil Spencer Announces The Xbox Team And Future Games Will Appear At E3 2020

Phil Spencer seems to be taking advantage of Sony and the PS5’s absence from E3 2020 in that the Xbox Team will make an appearance at the trade show with new games and content to boot later this year in early June. Continue reading “Phil Spencer Announces The Xbox Team And Future Games Will Appear At E3 2020”

Xbox Series X “Exclusives” Will Appear A Year To 2 Years Later

The Xbox One, as many people know, had a lot of timed exclusives that ended up on other platforms such as PC. As for the upcoming Xbox Series X, many people either want to know the specs powering the device or what games/exclusives will accompany it at launch. Well, the head of Microsoft Studios, Matt Booty, says that the Xbox Series X exclusives are going to show up one to two years from now. Continue reading “Xbox Series X “Exclusives” Will Appear A Year To 2 Years Later”