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Xbox One X, Switch? Nah, it's the PS4 that dominates November (and the Black ...

November in the USA. The month of Black Friday in a territory, we know, where the Sony domain has never been so clear and indisputable. Domain made even more difficult by the issue not only ...
Xbox One X (ex Project Scorpio)

Xbox One X does not sell in Japan, among the least-sold-out consoles

Xbox One X had a relatively good launch week in Japan, considering how few Xbox One consoles are sold in the country but still remains one of the least sold consoles ever. Magazine...
Battlefront II

A look at the Star Wars Battlefront 2 on Xbox One X, like ...

Star Wars Battlefront 2 is already available for EA Access subscribers and many already enjoy it on the new Microsoft console, the Xbox One X. The game's first missions see you ...
Shadow of War

Xbox One X is better than PlayStation 4 Pro, the Shadow of War demonstrates it

The fight continues for those who have it bigger and more powerful (the hardware of course) and the challenge between PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X continues unabated. On paper the Microsoft console is ...
Xbox One X

Gaming innovation is guaranteed by Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro

In this generation of consoles we have been able to "enjoy" intermediate and enhanced versions of the consoles we have purchased, improved hardware in different aspects but that did not mark a real generational leap:
Backwards compatibility

Spencer: "Backward Compatibility in Video Games"

Phil Spencer, boss of Xbox, was recently interviewed by Wired about the release of the new Xbox One X. Speaking of the console, he focused on remembering one of the values ​​that since the Xbox 360 has ...

Price cuts for PS4 and PS4 pro?

The arrival of the Xbox One X is upon us, but Sony does not seem to be very worried at the moment. On the other hand, the current leadership in the console market (except for a small period in favor of the Nintendo Switch, as it was ...
Xbox One X (ex Project Scorpio)

Project Scorpio has a name, a date, and a price

During the last night's conference, which inaugurated the triplet of the three console manufacturers for E3 2017, Microsoft gave its name, face and price to its new ...

Rare - the logo is nothing but a gold roll

Despite being purchased in the far 2002 by Microsoft, Rare remains one of the most important and loved developers in the Nintendo scene to date ...

Bernie Sanders has opened a channel on Twitch

Ah, but it's not Lercio. Once again, reality succeeds in overcoming all kinds of expectations. Bernie Sanders, US Senator and ...

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