Welcome back to Halo, Spartans. Zeta Halo is a fresh, familiar world, and it’s something new in the Halo franchise. Master Chief is walking in his own footsteps throughout Halo Infinite, paying tribute all the way back to the original game, but a lot has changed.
Twenty years ago I picked up my first Xbox controller, and it’s been my favourite console ever since.
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Xbox hosted their Games Showcase with Bethesda today, during this year’s virtual E3, and beyond the latest Halo Infinite announcement, there were details on more than 20 games coming between now and next year, many of them exclusives.
This year promises some great titles for Xbox, and we still have a few weeks (and in some cases, months), to wait for Halo Infinite, Fable, Outriders, and Rainbow Six Quarantine anyway, so I’ve put together my top five games you should be playing on Xbox now, if you haven’t already.
Xbox launches their brand new Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles next week, and they’re going to be the holiday gift. For Xbox fans and gamers, this is a big event, and there’s a lot you may want to know about the new consoles.
There’s a lot to love about the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The phone is powerful, versatile, fast, striking, and unique, and from the screen size to the 8k video, it’s a creator’s dream device.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra arrives next Friday, and I’ve honestly been geeking out while I’m testing it for my review next week.
Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra today at their Unpacked event, and on top of 5G, an improved S Pen, and 8K video, the new phones include access to Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass.
Xbox is coming to Samsung! Today, at Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event, the company announced four new devices, including Galaxy Buds Live and the Galaxy Watch 3, plus Xbox Game Pass support for the new Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Tab S7.
This summer is going to be a bit different from usual. While kids are off school, and summer camps are cancelled, parents are still working from home–so what’s your plan?