Gaming and snacks go together like popcorn and movies, so I have to admit that I had a big smile on my face last night after I got a special delivery from Doritos and Mountain Dew. Waiting for me after I got back from trick-or-treating was a new Xbox One controller with a gift box filled with Mountain Dew and Doritos, all in the name of the Xbox One X.
Microsoft took the press and public alike through the opportunity to go hands-on last week with their fall Xbox One lineup at the X16 Media Showcase event in Toronto. They had a full complement of first- and third-party titles set for release between now and December, with a handful of already available games to try out. I was able to play a number of the games on display, read on for my impressions.
Disney and Lucasfilm gave Star Wars fans a surprise last night with the long-awaited news that the Star Wars Saga–dubbed the Star Wars Digital Movie Collection–will arrive on Digital HD this Friday, April 10.
Today marks the 10th anniversary of Microsoft’s Xbox gaming console, which made notable baby steps into the marketplace on November 15, 2001.
Five days have passed since Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony went up on Xbox Live, and I’m sorry to say I haven’t had a moment to check out what I’m betting is a damn good game.
Sure, I know I should be impartial before I play anything I’m going to review, but let’s just be honest with ourselves; the first chapter in Grand Theft Auto‘s downloadable content (The Lost and Damned) was genius. It was also one of the best add-ons I’ve ever played, and even with the somewhat hefty price tag (it was 1200 Microsoft Points on Xbox Live), it was worth every credit.