Todd’s life exists in little, labeled cardboard boxes at the moment, but that will all change pretty soon. In the meantime, he’s got time to go back over some games like Ark: Survival Evolved that had been giving him problems. And then there is that whole new XCOM DLC to tackle…
Drew and Chella discuss the best games of E3 2017. For the definitive list, listen up to Argue the Toss.
Microsoft put news of their new Xbox One X console at the front of their E3 Expo Conference, with a November 7 release date. Billed as the most powerful console in the world, Microsoft then showed why games are going to be amazing on their new system.
Todd upgraded to the Xbox One S a while ago, but always had plans to make the leap to Scorpio if the console looked impressive. With details starting to come out, it looks like it might be one of the most powerful consoles ever created, with full backwards compatibility to boot.
After months of planning, Todd finally gets all the equipment together to set up a monster 4K Ultra HD gaming system. Equipped with both a PlayStation 4 Pro and an Xbox One S, he’s playing new games and remastered classics in improved resolutions.
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.
After listening to every conference at E3 2016 and reading just about every major press release, the GiN Lounge crew go over everything that was said, implied and promised from E3 in 2016. What games and new hardware should you most be looking forward to playing?
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!