2017 was a great year for the Xbox Backwards Compatibility program with many of our favourite 360 games made playable on Xbox One. That said, there are still a ton of highly requested games yet to arrive in the program and with 2018 set to see even more added, it makes sense that the first of the years new additions are now being given the treatment. This past week has seen six new games made backwards compatible, but which ones are worth returning to once more?
Burnout Paradise celebrates its 10th anniversary this week, and with rumours flying around relating to an Xbox One release, now feels like the perfect time to have a look back at a beloved franchise that holds a special place in many gamers' hearts, not least mine.
With the next instalment of the Dragon Ball series heading to console in a little over a week, Bandai Namco decided to run an Open Beta for their own testing purposes and to allow fans to get a feel for what to expect when Dragon Ball FighterZ hits the stores. Having played most other Dragon Ball games, I was intrigued as to how the usually free-flowing, free-roaming action would cope when limited to a 2.5D fighting arena. But early signs are positive.
Deals With Gold Sale
We were quite taken aback by the quality and quantity of Xbox One and Xbox 360 discounts that were delivered with last week's sale, but now as we head on in to another week of January, the Xbox Live Deals With Gold and Spotlight Sale for 23rd-29th Jan 2018 is here. Does it live up to the greatness of the seven days that preceded it? Take a look at all the discounts available for the next week!
It’s fair to say that 2018 has proven to be rather disappointing so far when it comes to the weekly Xbox Live Deals With Gold sales, but surely though that can only mean things will get better, right? Well it’s that time of week once more, so join us as we take a look at this week’s Xbox Live Deals With Gold and Spotlight Sale 16th-22nd Jan 2018, and see if there is anything to be shouting about that deserves our attention. After all, we need something to tide us over till those big releases start to arrive.