Of the big three, Microsoft have made the biggest effort in giving the gamers what they want and with the release of the One X, they gave gamers the first console that is truly capable of native 4k 60fps. Yet despite all of the updates and fan-pleasing features, the PS4 continues to march on almost unchallenged. So what does Microsoft do next to combat this?
Many a game has been labelled with redefining their respective genre, but none have defined themselves as much as the original Resident Evil.
It’s fair to say that the Xbox One houses a plethora of great multiplayer titles from Forza to Halo and Rocket League to Fortnite. But what of the single player titles?
Deals With Gold Sale
If there is one constant in life, it is that the Xbox Live Deals With Gold and Spotlight sale will deliver brand new discounts to all Xbox One and Xbox 360 gamers each and every week. So guess what? Yep, the sale is back once more and between the 22nd-28th May 2018 there are a whole ton of Xbox titles being smacked with big discounts. But which are the best of the bargains on offer, and which are the ones you should never touch? We take a look.
The Xbox Live Deals With Gold and Spotlight Sale has recently been accompanied by some rather nifty Publisher sales and discounts made available thanks to the Xbox Games Fest sale. It may have therefore taken a bit of a back seat in previous weeks, but now it is back with a bang - with the Game Fest continuing too - delivering multiple bargains for all Xbox One and Xbox 360 players to get involved in. Want to check out all the details and sale prices coming about thanks to the Xbox Live Deals With Gold and Spotlight Sale for 22nd-28th May 2018?
The very biggest game releases usually come with some form of accessory to help complement the experience and that is no more true than with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. This time round, KontrolFreek are back - and they are bringing some rather stunning Xbox One and PS4 thumbsticks with them.
The Gaming Hub Podcasts
This week marked the release of the third trailer of Rockstar's highly anticipated Red Dead Redemption 2. What were our reactions? And what are we hoping to see in the new game when it releases this fall? Also, Destiny 2 is back with the Warmind expansion - will it be enough to get any of us back into the game?
With Ashland University announcing that they will offer scholarships to players for a Fortnite E-Sports team, does this signal the beginning of the NCAA getting into gaming as a competitive sport? The Gaming Hub team discusses this question and a lot more of this week's gaming news, including Nintendo's E3 conference announcement, Sony's insane console sales numbers, and what we would like to see from the upcoming Nintendo online service.
This week marked the release of the PlayStation 4's highly anticipated God of War, and reviews were overwhelmingly positive. However, the release also brought out some negativity, and we discuss the reaction to some reviews and posts regarding Sony's hugely anticipated game. When does a review deserve criticism? Also, Steve has had a chance to play a little of God of War, and we get his thoughts on the game.