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Xbox One makes 13

No, Microsoft has not won the ticket, but they are simply the number of games of the first Xbox that from tomorrow (24 / 10 / 17) will be backward compatible on Xbox One. The list contains 13 games, which ...
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 ...

Fifa 18: demo available for download

Inevitable as every year, the period of the new football games arrives and it is the turn of Fifa 18, which will present itself with a juicy demo already available at the following links for PC, PS4 and ...
Play Station Plus

The Grinder against the PlayStation Plus

People have been talking about the price increase of PlayStation Plus, the service that allows Play Station users to play online for days. Everyone who talks about the increase, in fact, losing sight of the real ...

Next Month: what will we play in July 2017

The summer wrapped us in his hellish cape (it's been over a week since I saw the thermometer below 27 degrees, not even at night) and because of this heat you can't ...
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 ...

Between patches and DLC, April ends in beauty!

After the boom of releases in March, which made the majority of us poor, the houses have finally decided to fix some of the titles and, between one patch and another, they are also approaching ...

A day at Let's Play

On Sunday we also went to Let's Play, an event promoted by the capital in collaboration with AESVI (Association of Italian Developers and Video Game Publishers) where there were about 30000 square meters of video games waiting for us in all ...

Calling All Heroes — Overwatch® Legendary Edition Arrives on Nintendo Switch ™

Experience the feature-complete version of Blizzard Entertainment's acclaimed team-based shooter at home or on the go, with new gyroscopic motion controls

Comcast Spectacor and SK Telecom Launch Global Esports Joint Venture, T1 ...

Joe Marsh Named CEO, Global Operations Based Oversee in Seoul, Philadelphia and Los Angeles PHILADELPHIA - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Comcast Spectacor and SK Telecom today announced the launch of ...

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