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With Xbox Game Pass I Am Too Powerful

Through a bit of luck, I managed to acquire an Xbox Series S for the holidays. I’ve only had it for about a week now, but the slim, be-speakered machine—and, more specifically, the Game Pass subscription I purchased for it—has utterly changed my gaming life in ways I’m still trying to process.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Hey Xbox Game Pass, Where Are All My Weird Old Platformers?

Xbox Game Pass features a truly mind-boggling amount of content. If you’ve ever scrolled through the service you’ve probably experienced the same delirium I have. The idea that anyone can ping-pong between Gears of War 5, The Master Chief Collection, and Rainbow Six: Siege in a single sitting is hard to conceptualize.…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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GameStop’s Last-Minute Console Rush Puts Workers At Risk

A new allocation of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S bundles brought crowds of hopeful customers to physical GameStop locations over the weekend, according to a report by Bloomberg and corroboration by a Kotaku source. Staffing shortages and the threat of the ongoing covid-19 pandemic in the United States made…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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How to Update Your PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series S/X

One of the best things you can do for your brand-new gaming console—assuming you were lucky enough to get your hands on one of these hard-to-get devices—is keep it up-to-date as much as possible. This process isn’t hard to accomplish at all on your PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series S/X, but it’s something you’ll want […]

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Quick Resume Is Working For More Xbox Series X Games

Microsoft is slowly starting to roll out more Quick Resume support on Xbox Series X|S again, after it took the supposedly signature next-gen feature offline for some games right before the console’s launch last month. This is according to Xbox director of program management Jason Ronald.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Don’t Miss December 2020’s Biggest, Must-Play Games You Can Pre-Order Now

December is typically a barren void for new games, as publishers push most of their big releases out in October and November to make the most of the holiday shopping season. But with delays likely due in part to the impact of the pandemic, December 2020 still has at least a couple of big aces […]

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Trying To Buy A Next-Gen Console Is Still A Nightmare

The PS5 and Xbox Series X/S are in high demand but short supply. That’s not completely surprising given the challenges of launching next-gen consoles in the middle of a pandemic. But trying to get a hold of one continues to be a bigger headache than it otherwise might be due to scalpers, scammers, and the […]

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Two Weeks After Launch, Xbox Series X’s Quick Resume Feature Isn’t Working Great

For several days after the launch of the new Xbox Series X and S, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla supported the consoles’ best new feature, Quick Resume. Today, that no longer appears to be the case, another sign that something is awry with what was supposed to be a key next-gen Xbox perk.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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The Best Games For The Xbox Series X And S

A new console generation usually means a new library of games. That’s not exactly the case with Microsoft’s Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, at least not yet. There are few true next-gen exclusives. Instead, several recent Xbox games were released in both last-gen and next-gen versions.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Some Current-Gen Games Are Getting 120 FPS Support On Xbox Series X But Not PS5

Later this year, Rocket League will get an update that allows it to run at 120 FPS on Xbox Series X and S. That same feature isn’t coming to the game on PS5, however. Developer Psyonix says that doing so would require “a full native port” unlike on Microsoft’s next-gen consoles. Read more…

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Dear Microsoft, Here’s Our Xbox Series X (And S) Wishlist

Microsoft didn’t break new ground with its two new consoles, the Xbox Series X and S. The individual boxes look new, sure, but both share a near-identical operating system with their predecessor, the Xbox One. In other words, these two new machines don’t bring much new to the table. Rather, it’s the same dish, except…Read […]

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Here Are Japanese Launch Sales Figures For PlayStation 5 And Xbox Series X/S

Curious to know how the PlayStation 5's launch went in Japan? What about the Xbox Series X and S? Well, good news, because Famitsu is reporting the first Japanese sales numbers for both new consoles.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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