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Anthem will stop at 30fps also on PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X

Mike Gamble, Anthem's executive producer, said the game will not support 60fps even on PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X.
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Microsoft focuses on the first parties: recruited some of the most talented teams in the world

The common opinion, not without foundation, is that Microsoft with Xbox One has made a mistake "everything". The disastrous launch has compromised the success of a console even in the long run, as far as the intentions of the ...

3 Crackdown is complete but the developers want to improve it again

Crackdown 3 has entered the most talked-about and mysterious games of recent times. After some voices of insiders who wanted a disaster situation, with even the possible cancellation of the game, ...

Gears 5 will run at 60fps in every mode, at least according to the intentions of the developers

One of the most important announcements of Microsoft's E3 2018 was Gears 5, the new main chapter of the beloved saga, which apparently on Xbox One X will give its best, at least talking about ...

According to Koch Media Xbox One X is "a beast" because it runs Metro Exodus ...

Metro Exodus works are almost finished, but the news is that the title runs perfectly in real 4K on Xbox One X, and that would be the demonstration that Microsoft's console ...

Phil Spencer promises great things in the future, but we need to give developers time

What, unfortunately, is a common opinion on Xbox One is that for some time there are no exclusives that can rival those of Nintendo and Sony, especially when the latter, from now until the next few months, ...

The revenge of the consoles thanks to Philips

I was in Malaga this weekend hosted by Philips in the splendid setting of the Gran Hotel Miramar, a truly fantastic place where I could live an exceptional experience. What Philips had the courage to present ...

DOOM, the update for the 4K improves the definition by lowering the performance

It was probably obvious, but the bad moods that the voices began to stir up in various users led Digital Foundry to analyze DOOM after applying the patch on Xbox One X and PlayStation ...

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