A longstanding criticism of free-to-play games is that they're not really, well, free. The name isn't quite a misnomer, as you can play these games for free, but almost all …
Microsoft and Undead Labs are bringing the popular open-world zombie survival game State of Decay to Xbox One. The game will arrive in the form of the Year-One Survival …
Pinball FX2 was developed by Zen Studios and published on the Xbox One and the Xbox 360 by Microsoft Game Studios. The Venom DLC released on December 12, 2014 for $2.99. A code was provided by Zen Studios for review purposes
The newest Marvel villain to have their own table in Pinball FX2 is Spider-man's arch-enemy, Venom. With previous Marvel-themed tables, Zen Studios has gone one of two ways: they either incorporate the theme of a recent Marvel movie or they follow a theme from the comics. Released on December 12, 2014 for both the Xbox 360 and the Xbox One, Marvel's Venom table for Pinball FX2 goes the latter route and incorporates a theme straight from the comic books.
Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, the 2.5D puzzle platformer from Press Play, is going to be gracing the Xbox 360 on April 9, 2014. This announcement comes via Phil …
We're late, and it seems that's become somewhat of a trend for us lately. Our Game of the Year awards weren't doled out until January, and now our look forward at the XBLA and Xbox One XBLA-type games of 2014 is just making its way to you in February. You were on your own when it came to planning out January's releases, but now it's time for our annual look ahead at the top downloadable games likely to arrive on an Xbox platform during the (remainder of) the year ahead. Read on to find out what you can expect out of Xbox over the next (not quite) 365.
As was announced at Microsoft's E3 2013 presentation, 4J Studios will be bringing its open-world block-building game to the Xbox One. The 360 edition of Minecraft was a huge success and 4J is looking to build off of that success by bringing a "bigger" world to players. The Xbox One edition promises to deliver on the power of next-gen gaming by giving players more of what they want. Maps, Adventures, multiplayer features and console specific enhancements will all be improved and larger in scale on the Xbox One than they were on the Xbox 360. Minecraft: Xbox One Edition will be released sometime in the month of March of 2014.