Going forward, Microsoft only wants you to buy one copy of a video game, which is how it should have been all along.
Final Fantasy? Yakuza? Witcher 3? That’s a hell of a lineup.
‘Tell Me Why’ focuses on twins struggling with memories of “loving but troubled childhood.”
What if FromSoft made Dragon's Dogma 3? We can dream can't we?
There's also that PlayStation 5 stuff?
The company is promising lightning-fast loading times, thanks to a built-in SSD, the ability to output 8K graphics, and more. As for games? We'll have to wait.
You can play 'Forza Horizon 4' like a racing game, but it shines as a driving simulator that lets you unleash your inner maniac.
Not many games about death feel this warm, inviting, and playful. It's also very fun to play.
With Xbox One X now launched, hopefully Microsoft can turn its attention to an equally interesting lineup of games.
Yes, it's 'PUBG' on Xbox, but one with a wildly unstable frame rate and odd control decisions.
Oh, and please don’t be a milkshake duck, chillout_man.
Microsoft’s platformer isn’t as splashy as 'Odyssey,' but it’s well-made and charming.