March’s Games With Gold Titles Revealed

Microsoft has announced what games Xbox Live Gold subscribers will be able to download for free when March gets here! Xbox One console owners will be receiving Rayman Legends for free. It can be downloaded anytime between March 1st through March 31st. Xbox 360 gamers will be getting quite a treat, as they will be able to download the awesome Tomb Raider reboot from March 1st to March 15th. Starting on March 16th through March 31st, gamers on the Xbox 360 will be able to download an equally awesome game in Bioshock: Infinite. Continue reading

Guitar Hero and Rock Band Set For A Comeback?

June is still a long ways away, and yet we’re already hearing rumors revolving around one of gaming’s biggest stages: E3. Rumors/reports have already started regarding two really huge franchises that have all but disappeared from the gaming scene: Rock Band and Guitar Hero. While the last release for Rock Band was back in 2012 with Rock Band Blitz, while the Guitar Hero’s last release was Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock back in 2012. Continue reading

Microsoft Is Putting Xbox Live Gold On Sale

Have you been holding off on a sale to renew your Xbox Gold subscription? Well, now is the time to capitalize on the moment as the official Microsoft site has put Xbox Live Gold on sale. Originally priced at $60, Xbox Live Gold allows gamers to play with people from around the world on both Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Not to mention that each month Gold subscribers get free games on both platforms. March’s free games will included Rayman Legends on Xbox One and Tomb Raider and Bioshock: Infinite on the Xbox 360 platform. You can find the link to access this sale by clicking right here! You can choose to either get a downloadable code or receive the Xbox Live card through the mail.

Games With Gold Announced For January 2015

Microsoft have just announced the upcoming “Games With Gold” titles that gamers will be able to download coming early next year. A quick reminder first though, if you haven’t downloaded this month’s “Games With Gold” titles – you better get on it! For the Xbox One you can download Worms: Battlegrounds, you can click here to view it. For the Xbox 360, you can download SSX by clicking here. Now, onto the announcements for January! Continue reading

Escape Dead Island Coming This Fall To Xbox 360

The Dead Island franchise keeps on growing, possibly faster than a zombie outbreak, as Deep Silver and Swedish developer Fatshark have announced a collaboration called Escape Dead Island. Now this isn’t the type of game you probably have come to expect from this series, it is in fact more of a survival game than the hack-n-slash mayhem we have come to love. Continue reading

Woolfe: The Redhood Diaries Announced

Another one of the under-the-radar announcements at this year’s E3 2014 is developer Grin’s Woolfe: The Redhood Diaries. The art style is reminiscent of American McGee’s Alice series and could very well be the spiritual successor to the franchise. Instead of being the sugarcoated Disney version, this story is based of the source material from the famous Brothers Grimm stories. So don’t expect happy endings and all that mushy stuff, instead look forward to lots of hacking, slashing, and blood bathing as Little Red carves her way through all that stand in her way. Continue reading

July’s Games With Gold Titles

Microsoft’s monthly program, Games With Gold, just passed it’s year anniversary over a month ago for the Xbox 360. Starting on it’s second month on the Xbox One for July, we are getting a brand new title on release day – while the second title was one of the free games from last month. Either way, Microsoft has definitely stepped up its game with the Games With Gold program where the gamers come first! Continue reading

Styx: Master Of Shadows Announced

Developer Cyanide Studio and publisher Focus Home Interactive announced a new title back a few weeks ago at E3 2014 called Styx: Master Of Shadows. Since coverage has been scarce on the title, we wanted to bring you the first gameplay footage from the title, coming in at over 14 minutes in length! Continue reading