With the generation winding to a close and the Xbox Series X upon us, let’s take a look at the best Xbox One games of the generation.
Fast forward six years since Spencer’s Xbox appointment, and his vision hasn’t just taken shape: it’s morphed into a gaming behemoth.
Reports of Series X launch stock issues, and now retailers being unable to honour pre-orders, may severely hinder launch day plans for thousands of Xbox gamers the world over.
A number of reports yesterday claiming Amazon consumers had mistakenly bought the Xbox One X instead of the Xbox Series X — an obvious attempt to paint Microsoft’s admittedly confusing console naming in a bad light — don’t really reflect the full, or true, picture of what actually occurred.
If you’ll be with a PS4 or Xbox One over the Holiday season, you can still expect heavy investment and great games leading well into 2021.
It’s a shame that the generation has started out like this, and I hope it’s not defined by it, but consumers deserve more transparency around the stock and logistic allocation of these events.
Microsoft officially kickstarted its transition into the next generation of Xbox consoles a few months back, but no day since has compared to the past 24 hours, arguably one of the most significant in Xbox history.
Overwatch 2 stands to be a significant upgrade over its predecessor, but which heroes are in most need of a rework?
Let’s do a deep dive into the Xbox Series X and Series S, and set the benchmark for you in deciding which console is right for you.
If there’s one thing on my NBA 2K21 next-gen wishlist, it’s that MyGM and MyLeague get way more love than they’ve be receiving.