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Want to use an Xbox controller with your PlayStation 4 or a PlayStation controller with your Xbox One? Rather than creating an all-in-one product like the Titan One, Taiwanese manufacturer Brook offers a whole line of Super Converters that allow specific systems’ controllers to be used on another console. We tried out three different Super Converters: PlayStation 3 and 4-to-Xbox One, Xbox 360/One-to-PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 2-to-Xbox One. Find out how well they work in our detailed review with video!

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Neverwinter is a free to play Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (MMORPG) for Xbox One and Steam from Perfect World Entertainment. One of the game's standout features is guilds. By joining a guild, players will gain access to a vast Stronghold area, new quests, items, and Achievements. Read our guide to learn about the benefits of joining a guild, how to create a guild of your own, and most importantly – how to join the Windows Central guild!

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When you find yourself with too many devices and not enough HDMI ports, the simple solution is to get an HDMI switch. These come in many shapes, sizes, and qualities though, making shopping hard. We recently picked up the K500 HDMI switch from Washington-based manufacturer Kinivo. The K500 boasts 5 HDMI inputs and 4K resolution support. Will Kinivo's switch solve your HDMI woes? Read our detailed review to find out!

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The 10 absolute worst Xbox One games of 2015

One of the best things about Microsoft's console is the ID@Xbox program that makes indie games so easy to bring to market. But the downside to ID@Xbox is that traditional quality control has been relaxed quite a bit. Much as I love indie games, some real stinkers made their way to Xbox One last year. Read on as we take the gloves off and present our 10 Worst Xbox One Games of 2015!

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Paul's top Xbox One games of 2015

Since the Xbox One launched in late 2013, the Xbox One's software library has grown exponentially each year. 2014 was a fine year for Microsoft's latest console, but 2015 is where it really came into its own. Several of Phil Spencer's projects and big-name exclusives came into fruition, and the floodgate of downloadable indie titles never seemed to close. I've combed through those games big and small to bring you this detailed list of the 11 best Xbox One games of 2015.

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Tonight we played Warriors Orochi 3: Ultimate from Koei Tecmo. Warriors Orochi 3 is an action-RPG that throws hundreds of characters on screen at once, and it also happens to be a full retail game. We gave out some download codes for the game, played a bunch of co-op, and had a great time. Read on for impressions, contest winners, and the full video replay!

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Razer knows that a gaming notebook deserves a gaming mouse, and so they've unleashed the 2015 edition of the Razer Orochi Mobile Gaming Mouse. The Orochi's small size and carrying case make it perfect for gaming on the go. It can be used in either wired or wireless Bluetooth modes and features ambidextrous design and lighting. Will the Razer Orochi improve your mobile game and work experience? Read our detailed review with video to find out!

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Windows Central is proud to team up with Koei Tecmo on a monthly stream series featuring each of the storied Japanese's publisher's Xbox One games. Starting this Saturday, we'll stream a Koei Tecmo game every month until we've played (and given out free copies of) every game they have to offer. That includes Warriors Orochi 3: Ultimate, Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires, BladeStorm: Nightmare, and Dead or Alive 5: Last Round. Read on for all the details!

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Corsair's Scimitar Gaming Mouse is designed especially for MMO and MOBA players. On top of standard gaming mouse features like sensitivity controls and customizable lighting, the Scimitar features 12 mechanical buttons on its left side. This vast array of buttons should help PC gamers cast numerous spells and abilities with the touch of a thumb. But is the 12-button thumb-pad too complex for its own good? Read our full review with video to find out!

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German developer Handy Games recently broke onto the Xbox One scene with a big-screen port of its popular Windows Phone and tablet title Super Party Sports: Football. Although it has Football in the name, SPS is actually a soccer-themed physics puzzle game. Players will take on 100 stages as they attempt to literally destroy opposing teams and score goals. SPS Football looks great for a mobile port, but does it play well on console? Read our detailed review to find out!

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Razer Arena is a "competitive gaming platform" for Windows that facilitates PC gaming tournaments and competitions. Arena offers a variety of features, including automatic match creation and reporting, match reminders, cheat busting, and more. That deep level of integration requires optimization for specific games – and now we can count League of Legends among those games. Read on for more details about Razer Arena and its new League of Legends support!

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PowerA (makers of the Mini Series Controller and a bunch of Star Wars controllers) have just the thing for gamers who can't or don't want to spend one-and-a-half Benjamins on a luxury Xbox One controller. The Fusion Pro Controller is a wired controller with many of the same features as the Elite and Wildcat. The big difference is that it only costs $79.99. Read our detailed review with video to find out whether the Fusion Pro Controller can stand up to the big boys!

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