Xbox's YouTube channel posted a trailer for No Man's Sky that featured mechs. Yes, you read that right! However, it was promptly removed. Well, many others reported it on YouTube and now it's everywhere.
Today, Remedy Entertainment showed a gameplay trailer of Control at the PlayStation E3 2018 event. The game uses the same engine as Quantum Break and is coming to Xbox One and other platforms in 2019. We know the game will be Xbox One X Enhanced.
Ever since No Man's Sky launched on Xbox One, gamers have been asking for more environmental variety on planets and across various solar system. For example, land on certain planets needed more life forms and structures to explore.
No Man's Sky finally launch on Xbox One this week, but it hasn't been a smooth experience for everyone. Social media websites like Twitter are flooded with reports that save games are being corrupted. This usually happens when items are repaired.
It's great to see that Hello Games decided to give Xbox One X owners the choice to either focus on visuals or performance. We've been playing at 1440p 60 FPS and it runs smoothly. There are some slowdowns now and then, but overall it's great.
No Man's Sky is a science fiction adventure set across an infinite universe, in which every star is the light of a distant sun, each orbited by planets filled with life, and you can go to any of them you choose.
The video focuses on exploring a gorgeous planet, flying through space, and then customizing your look at a space station. You can really tell that the visuals have been massively upgraded because the textures look amazing and the colors pop.
One of the main issues a lot of gamers had with No Man's Sky on PlayStation 4 and PC was that it didn't feature a lot of replayability despite taking place in a supposedly infinite universe. To combat this, Hello Games is introducing weekly updates.
A few months ago, Hello Games surprised Xbox One owners by announcing No Man's Sky for Microsoft's platform. Physical preorders went up on Amazon months ago, but today Hello Games listed the game for digital preorder on the Microsoft Store.
Today, Hello Games released a new trailer for No Man's Sky's 'Next' update. A new multiplayer mode will be added to the game, coinciding with the launch on Xbox One. Apart from that, the game is receiving a major visual overhaul.
In preparation for the July 24, 2018 Xbox One launch, 505 Games released a new trailer which highlights some of the major changes No Man's Sky has received since its PlayStation 4 and PC launch a few years ago. A complete list can be found here.
A GameStop listing revealed the existence of an "X.O. Suit", the "Artios-VI multi-tool", and "10,000 Units" to give you a head start. Out of all of these, the X.O. Suit is by far the one that stands out the most because it's amazing!
This week, Remedy Entertainment showed a gameplay trailer of Control at the PlayStation E3 2018 event. The game uses the same engine as Quantum Break and is coming to Xbox One and other platforms in 2019. We know that it'll be Xbox One X Enhanced.
ABZÛ is a unique Xbox One game that takes place almost entirely underwater. As a diver, players will explore the colorful ocean depths, encounters dozens of realistic and colorful fish, and unravel the deep mysteries of an amazingly beautiful ocean.
Today 505 Games announced Virginia, a first-person interactive thriller coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC in September. We've played an exclusive demo of this intriguing game that combines influences like Twin Peaks, Fargo, and True Detective. Read on for full impressions!
Tonight we played Abzû, a beautiful underwater diving adventure from 505 Games. With a huge undersea world to explore, mysterious to discover, and utterly gorgeous visuals, Abzû shouldn't be missed. Read on for quick impressions, video, and more.
Tonight we played Pixel Piracy, a game of exploring and plundering the seas from 505 Games. Pixel Piracy is available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Steam. Read on for quick impressions, contest winners, and the full video replay!
The creators of Puzzle Quest recently teamed up with 505 Games to bring a new puzzle-RPG to Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Gems of War is a deep and addictive puzzle game featuring endless hours of single-player content as well as online guilds and asynchronous player-versus-player battles. Some of the game's Achievements can be very time consuming, but our in-depth Achievement Guide will...
Gems of War is the spiritual successor to Puzzle Quest –a match-3 puzzle-RPG with endless hours of content and PvP gameplay. It's also the whole grail of free to play games – a free game that never stops being fun even if you don't buy anything. Read our full review to learn why Gems of War might be the best free to play game on Xbox One.