Gamescom may be on the horizon but that doesn’t mean the Xbox news hasn’t been coming thick and fast. Let us take you through our favourite articles from the 7th-13th August 2016. There’s some great stuff which you really can’t miss!
You wouldn’t think that Psyonix would have to make Rocket League even more chaotic and more of a frenzy than it already is but come September we will all be hoping onto servers hosting the new Rumble mode.
This will add a whole array of crazy powerups to unleash onto your opponents, and inflict onto the ball, as you strive to win the match for the team! We can’t wait to check out to kick out The Boot, unleash a Haymaker or send a Tornado crashing through the field.
Nearing the original’s 3rd birthday, it was time to bring somebody new to the Xbox One family – someone smaller, sleeker and a whole load sexier.
Enter the Xbox One S, a new Xbox One boasting a gleaming ‘robot white’ finish, brighter visuals and new white controller to accompany the console. As ever, we have the full review of the console, with all the specifics worth worrying about, live right now.
Go check it out!
When tempted into making a purchase of the latest Triple-A game, a few things cross your mind – the major one being the price. Most new retail titles are dropping for around £50 nowadays but when you find out that there is an “Ultimate Edition” of the game, complete with whatever goodies you get bundled with the game, then that price very quickly shoots up.
So, with that in mind, we sent Danny on a little run through the latest Ultimate Editions as he tries to answer whether these so-called “Ultimate Editions” really are worth the substantial cost anymore.
For any guilty buyers of memorabilia and figures, this one’s for you.
Admit it, us gamers just can’t get enough of zombies, and this is why the crazy, colourful Dead Rising series is so popular on Xbox.
Now though, we can celebrate the series’ 10th birthday by pre-ordering and pre-downloading the Dead Rising Triple Pack, comprising of Dead Rising, Dead Rising 2 and the standalone game Dead Rising 2: Off the Record on our Xbox One – all with those 1080p and 60fps visuals we are accustomed to on our consoles.
We like to leave you most weeks with a video of our latest unboxing, some gameplay from our most recent Let’s Play videos or just a trailer of the biggest blockbusting AAA title. This week is a little different.
It’s still a video, but it’s one that will quite probably blow you away.
What happens when you run the stunning Forza Horizon 3 trailer, through the beautiful Xbox One S, with a DreamScreen attached? Well, prepare to be amazed by a light show fantastic.
Catch you next week!