With the 360 discontinued, what are your best and worst Xbox 360 memories?
Microsoft has drawn the curtain on the Xbox 360, just a few months after its tenth birthday.
Cheap games, perfect for when you don’t feel like spending the month dining on fine cardboard as you wait for your monthly pay. It’s the Xbox Live Spring Sale!
Mad politicians, amazing space adventures and magical journeys with Yarny. It’s all the games of February, right here in one convenient post.
The original wave of compatible Xbox 360 games was alright, featuring a few classics such as Call of Duty: Black Ops and Fallout 3. Naturally, folks want more, and they’ll be getting just that with the next wave of games.
A timed exclusive on the Xbox 360 and Xbox One, Rise of The Tomb Raider can only make so many sales right now. Those numbers will most likely increase next year when the game hits the PlayStation 4, but those are the facts Jack. Still! Rise of the Tomb Raider has had what appears to be a very solid launch so far. A launch, that Square Enix is very happy with it seems.
December closes out an awright year of free games from Microsoft on the Xbox platforms, with some tower defense, devilish action and a middling reboot. Here’s what you’ll be getting this silly season.
Telltale’s Game of Thrones wrapped up its first season just last week, but they’re already working on the next big follow-up to it with HBO.
Not as big! Rounder! Red ring of deathier! Project Gotham Racing 4! The Xbox 360 had it all, and faceplates to spare. It’s been ten years since the Xbox 360 launched. Ten years of highs and lows. And it was easily my favourite console of the time, as it dominated the industry like no other console did before it.
The Xbox One library gets 104 older games today. And there’ll be more on the way eventually! But it won’t be easy, as a number of factors make the service quite tricky.
Diablo III keeps pushing on, and Blizzard’s upcoming Patch 2.4.0 is one of the game’s biggest ones yet – adding a ton of content for faithful players
Are games blindly aiming for 1080p hurting the overall experince. Maybe not, but it seems to be the case with Rise of the Tomb Raider on Xbox One.