Drew and Chella pick their favourite game announcements from this year’s press conferences at E3 2016. Which games, companies and hardware wowed our veteran gamers?
Microsoft revealed the Xbox One S slim console as well as Project Scorpio, which will bring a new console devoted to 4K gaming by 2017. In addition to showing exclusive games like Gears of War, they also married PC and console gaming with the new Play Anywhere program, meaning you can cross-play games between consoles and Windows 10 PCs.
Michael’s back with a look at a version of Halo: Combat Evolved most people don’t even realize exist for this week’s Retro Game Friday! It’s Halo CE Mac Edition!
News that Microsoft has discontinued production of the Xbox 360 console was bittersweet for Todd and many other Xbox fans. Thankfully, backwards compatibility means that the games will live on, but Todd still takes time to salute an old friend.
Todd has been doing so much PC gaming lately that he’s not really paid much attention to all the rumors of upgraded versions of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. But he worries that enhanced consoles releasing so soon after launch would be dangerous to the industry.
Michael’s back with a game he couldn’t remember the name of for months for this week’s Retro Game Friday! It’s time to fly into the wild blue with Crimson Skies!
We all know that Todd has been rightly enraged at some of the crazy things retailers tried to bundle with game consoles. However, the new crop of bundles available now offer some really great values in games and peripherals for all consoles.
Microsoft held back a bit from E3 so that it could really shine at Gamescom. And that might have been a good play, as the lineup of games scheduled for 2015 and into 2016 is looking to be very impressive.
Microsoft pretty much had the big stage to itself at Gamescom 2015, but that doesn’t mean that they didn’t pull out all the stops to impress Xbox One owners. Check out their full press conference.
With Sony absent, Xbox One looks set to rule the show at Gamescom 2015. Chella picks the top games to watch out for across the show floor. Things kick off with the Xbox conference on 4 August.