Todd’s friend and Xbox personality Ashleigh Ryan, also known as Venus Envy, was recently stripped of the gamertag she has used for over a decade. Microsoft calls it offensive. Todd calls it bone-headed censorship.
Ending the biggest and probably the last guessing game regarding the pending new consoles, Microsoft announced that November 22nd will be the date that the Xbox One launches in most of the world. Unlike Sony, whose PlayStation 4 is being released in stages, Microsoft is trying to get the Xbox One to most people on the first day. Buyers in Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States will all be able to potentially pick one up on the first day. The move sandwiches the Xbox One between PS4 … Continue reading Microsoft Sets November Launch For Xbox One
With an event held inside a giant circus tent, and with much fanfare, Microsoft took the wraps off of its next generation console, which it named The Xbox One. Unlike the recent PS4 presentation, Microsoft showed off many details about both the specs and the look of their new system. The Xbox One will actually contain three different operating systems. One will run the Xbox dashboard and power the games. One is essentially there to run what looks like a Windows 8 interface. A third will allow for seamless switching between the two main operating systems. So the Xbox One … Continue reading Microsoft Reveals The Xbox One Console
The Mothership Zeta DLC for Fallout 3 takes the series in a new direction, and is more than worth the price of admission. For something completely different, try heading out into space.
Fallout 3 meets Deliverance with the arrival of the Point Lookout DLC. Completely changing the flavor of the DC wasteland, Point Lookout offers open-ended redneck-killing fun.
The Operation: Anchorage DLC has been released for Fallout 3, and despite some minor flaws, adds exciting gameplay to an already great game.