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Payday 2: Crimewave Edition coming this June


Payday 2: Crimewave Edition will be coming to the Xbox One this June courtesy of 505 Games and OVERKILL. The game will come bundled with over a year’s worth of DLC, including The Big Bank Heist and the first female character, Clover. It will also include all of the updates in the last year to Payday 2. Not to mention the usually expected next-gen upgrades of 1080p resolution, better framerate, etc.

The game will be available for pre-order digitally at a 25 percent discount and will also come with the Hard Time Loot Bag. This special pre-order bonus will unlock numerous digital cosmetic bonuses, plus in-game cash to get new players started. A more specific list of the bonuses as well as the new announcement trailer can be seen below.

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LA Cops arrive on Xbox One on March 13

LA Cops Screenshot

Joining the fray of games being released in March is LA Cops, a ’70s-based top-down shooters featuring six playable cops with mustaches and aviator glasses cleaning up the mean streets of LA. Players take control of two different cops at the same time and handle the duties of law enforcement in 13 different levels of gameplay with up to five different upgradable unique weapons.

Let the bad guys know that LA Cops are on the case on March 13.

Take a look at the groovy trailer below.

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Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 slices more fruit on Xbox One on March 18

Fruit Ninja Kinect 2

Get ready to slice and dice more fruit.

Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 hopes to build on the success that its predecessor had with a bigger and better experience. The game will feature five new game modes, four-player multiplayer and a new progression system that allows players to earn new blades, dojos and belts as challenges are completed. A brand new set of characters named Katsuro, Mari, Han and Nobu lead the way through the Blueberry Moon Festival. Players will be dodging shurikens, avoiding spot lights and cutting up forests of bamboo on their way to being a champion of stealth.

Halfbrick Studios CEO Shainiel Deo had this to say about Fruit Ninja Kinect 2: “This is the most satisfying, complete and accessible party game ever created. The new Kinect sensor makes a world of difference, and Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 has been built from the ground up to take full advantage of the latest hardware.”

The sequel to the Xbox Live Arcade classic Fruit Ninja Kinect is making its way exclusively to Xbox One on March 18 for $14.99.

Check out Fruit Ninja Kinect 2‘s live action trailer after the jump.

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Fable Legends will be free to play


Lionhead Studios has announced that Fable Legends will be free to play for all Xbox One users with a Gold subscription and will also be free on all Windows 10 PCs. All story-related content will be free for everyone, and everything that is directly related to gameplay will be able to be earned and unlocked. In addition, there are customization aspects of the heroes that can be bought with real money or earned via an in-game currency transaction.

There will be a rotating cast of heroes available for free for a yet-to-be-determined amount of time before they are eventually rotated out for a new cast; however, all progress on each hero is saved between free weeks. This process is very similar to how League of Legends alternates which champions are free each week for players. There will also be a way for players to earn each hero, and those heroes will also be available for purchase for those willing to pay.

The game’s director, David Eckelberry, made an in-depth video explaining the decision-making process and reasoning behind the game becoming free to play. Lionhead has also posted a FAQ on their website, which can be read here, that answers most questions that players might have in regards to the announcement. Take a look at the video for yourself after the break.

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Trine 3 announced


Today Frozenbyte revealed the third installment in their co-op puzzle platforming series Trine. Titled Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power, the game will continue the story of the Three Heroes as they embark on a brand new adventure. Details are limited right now, but the announcement trailer offers a glimpse at what the game will look like. Check it out after the jump.

Trine 3 will launch later this year, initially on PC. While it has not been announced for Xbox platforms, it’s worth noting that the past installments of the series did make their way to consoles.

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Slender: The Arrival releasing on Xbox One in March


Blue Isle Studios has announced that their first game, Slender: The Arrival, will be releasing on Xbox One on March 25 via the ID@Xbox program. The game will be coming to Xbox One with brand new story elements implemented, as well as extended levels throughout the entire game. Our review of the original game can be read here and while our final score wasn’t overwhelmingly positive it is still nice to see that the game is making the transition to the next generation of consoles with some added features for players.

A new trailer has been released for the Xbox One and Playstation 4 versions of the game and it can be seen below the break.

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Take a look at a behind the scenes video of Shiftlings

shiftlings screenshot

Greetings earthlings.

In continuation of XBLA Fans’ previous story here, Sierra has released a video featuring behind the scenes footage detailing the creation process of Shiftlings.

So how will the lovable wacky alien janitors’ survive this adventure? The world will find out on March 4. The game is available to preorder here for $14.99.

The behind the scenes video will be available below the jump.

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Neverwinter coming to Xbox One next month


It has been revealed that the Dungeons and Dragons MMORPG Neverwinter will be making its Xbox One debut on March 31. At launch the game will include all base content, all current playable classes and the Tyranny of Dragons expansion. It will also have new features just for the console, including friends list integration and optimized controls. Neverwinter will be free-to-play, so it will be available to all Xbox Live Gold members upon release.

Source: Arc Games


Upload Studio updated for Xbox One

Xbox Upload Halo

Microsoft has released a significant update to the Upload Studio for Xbox One. Users now have more control and flexibility with editing their video files. Game videos can now be a maximum of 30 minutes, composed of fifteen separate components. Also new to this update are several cosmetic enhancements: “new transitions, splash screens, templates, intros, double-box and green screen effects,” according to the video guide released by Major Nelson

These interface and graphical augmentations provide increased dexterity for video creation. Clips can easily be placed in any order, moved and deleted, with transitions and other effects just as seamlessly applied. In the video released to highlight this update, Major Nelson shows off the new features and how these improvements will make Upload Studio better for all users. Take a look after the jump.

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Xbox One March system update preview


The details for the March Xbox One system update were recently released and should add some interesting functionality to the console. The video below details everything in the update. The key points are the addition of screenshots, an update to the Upload app to handle the new content, suggested friends, tile transparency and the ability to report spam. It’s worth noting that Xbox Dashboard preview members are able to use these functions as of now. We look forward to seeing your screenshots!

Source: Major Nelson

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