All Articles by Asher Madan

Wolfenstein 2 developer believes Xbox One X "will set a new standard for games"

Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus launched a few weeks ago but it hasn't been a great experience for Xbox One owners. Luckily, the Xbox One X achieves native 4K 60 FPS and the developers praised the console's power.

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New trailer details Dishonored 2 and Dishonored: Death of the Outsider Xbox One X upgrades

Dishonored 2 and Dishonored: Death of the Outsider are great games but suffer from muddy visuals on Xbox One. The games are noticeably blurrier than their PlayStation 4 counterparts. Many have been eagerly awaiting details on the Xbox One X changes.

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THQ Nordic acquires developer Experiment 101 and Biomutant game

THQ Nordic today announced that it has acquired 100 percent of the shares from developer Experiment 101, as well as the intellectual property of Biomutant, the upcoming open world, post-apocalyptic, kung-fu game.

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Shoot 'em up Sky Force Reloaded launches on Xbox One soon

Sky Force Anniversary is one of our favorite shoot 'em ups on Xbox One. Luckily, it's getting a sequel in December 2017. The game is a modern, air-based shooter with a distinctly old-school feel. It's all about upgrading your weapons again and again.

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Sea of Thieves gets a colorful new trailer highlighting combat

Sea of Thieves is an exploration-based pirate game which is scheduled to launch in 2018. Rare is a first-party studio owned by Microsoft and today they revealed a new trailer for the game.The latest trailer focuses on the visuals and combat.

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PlayStation 4 console exclusive SOMA lands on Xbox One soon

SOMA is an underwater game focused on survival. The radio is dead, food is running out, and the machines have started to think they are people. SOMA is schedule to launch on Xbox One at the end of the month.

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Path of Exile: War of the Atlas expansion lands on Xbox One soon

Path of Exile is a Diablo 3-like free-to-play game which relies on purely cosmetic microtransactions to sustain development. After releasing on Xbox One, gamers are in for a treat because the War of the Atlas expansion is right around the corner.

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Middle-earth: Shadow of War was the best selling game for October in the U.S.

Every month The NPD Group complies the best selling games in the United States and discusses the gaming industry's health. The United States is always a good indicator as to how well a particular title is doing because it's the biggest games market.

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Medieval RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance gets new gameplay video featuring choices

Today, Warhorse Studios and Deep Silver revealed never-before-seen details about the choice system for the upcoming medieval role-playing game Kingdom Come: Deliverance. The video walks you through the different ways you can approach missions.

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Batman: The Enemy Within's new episode gets official trailer

The last episode of Batman: The Enemy Within, the second season of Telltale's Batman series, left games in a state of shock due to various revelations. Luckily, the new episode is on the way! The studio shared the official trailer for Episode 3.

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Ubisoft details future Ghost Recon Wildlands multiplayer updates

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands is a co-op open world game but recently a player vs. player mode was added. Ubisoft plans on updating the Ghost War mode with many new features and content in the coming months. Today they revealed future plans.

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Here are the Xbox Black Friday 2017 game deals

Every year Microsoft discounts numerous games for Black Friday. Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the biggest shopping days every year, with a wide variety of electronics and games going on sale. Here are the titles Microsoft discounted this year.

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The Surge's amusement park expansion gets colorful yet deadly trailer

A new trailer for The Surge shows off the game's upcoming "A Walk in the Park" expansion, which adds a pop of color to the otherwise bleak setting.

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Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris expansion adds Raid Lairs and other challenges

A few weeks ago, Bungie officially announced Destiny 2's Curse of Osiris expansion. The studio revealed that the game would take players to Mercury but aside from the basics, no details were provided. That changed today as we learned everything.

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Middle-earth: Shadow of War is getting some free content soon

Middle-earth: Shadow of War is in for some free content updates over the next month, publisher Warner Bros. Interactive has revealed.

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Xbox and PC sci-fi city builder Surviving Mars gets new developer diary

Surviving Mars is a city builder coming to Xbox One and Windows PC in 2018. The studio behind the game released a new developer diary today, going over some of the game's resource mechanics.

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Final Fantasy 15 multiplayer expansion out now on Xbox One

Many months ago Square Enix promised Final Fantasy 15 players they could soon enjoy the rich world in a multiplayer setting. After a few delays, that day is finally here. Beginning today, gamers can band together and take on missions in Comrades.

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DICE discuss Star Wars Battlefront II controversies and future plans in Reddit AMA

Star Wars: Battlefront 2 launches on November 17, 2017 and the game has been surrounded by controversy. The developers recently hosted a Reddit AMA in which they discussed future plans and talked about how they'll fix the title so it's accessible.

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DICE responds to Star Wars Battlefront II's Arcade hourly credit caps

Star Wars: Battlefront 2 can’t catch a break it seems. After the prolonged controversy surrounding its microtransactions and loot crates, there’s a new problem. The game’s Arcade mode limits the amount of credits earned until a timer resets.

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Cities: Skylines's Snowfall expansion gets flurry-filled Xbox launch trailer

Cities: Skylines is a city building simulator which offers a surprising amount of depth. While the game contains a lot of different climates, proper snow which affected the city in unique ways wasn’t part of the package. Luckily that's been fixed.

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