Yesterday at Gamescom, Microsoft opened the pre-order floodgates for the Xbox One X, the most powerful games console the world has ever seen. Revealed officially during E3 back in June, fans couldn’t put their money down to guarantee the machine until yesterday, which was a very odd move. Hype may have died down, or increased, who knows, but those who really want it, can now pre-order one. But what games will benefit from the 40% power increase and 4K visual upgrades? Let’s take a look. Continue reading List of enhanced Xbox One X titles
E3 2017 is firmly behind us and I’ve had time to fully digest what was shown to us. I thought it’d be fun to look back at some of my favourite announcements and some of the more cringe worthy parts that need to stop. Overall I thought this years E3 was a bit underwhelming but there were some glimmers of hope that were shown off so lets jump right in and see what impressed me.
Talion and the Bright Master are back, and seem to have learnt a few new tricks in their absence, as shown at Xbox E3 2017. During the Lord of the Rings: Shadow of War preview, we saw an extensive look into the new features coming to the game which seem to be the result of an evolution of the original nemesis system that made its debut in Shadow of Mordor.
With the exception of perhaps Xenoverse, the Dragonball franchise has somewhat struggled to succeed when it came to bringing that epic experience to our fingertips in the form of a video game. And while we’re yet to hear anything in terms of details it does at least look as though they’re about the have another fair crack at it, following Phil Spencers introduction, Dragonball Fighter Z has been revealed to launch exclusively on Xbox One, early next year.
Before I start, I’d just like to say, it’s been a while since I’ve broke out the laptop and done this, so chances are I’m not going to be up to the usual standard that 4-One Gaming likes to present. However, given the biggest Xbox E3 conference of our time is currently live streaming in front of me, I thought now would be a good time to make a return and lend a hand.
And so far, they haven’t disappointed. Premiering alongside the awesome new Porsche 911 GT2 RS, Forza Motorsport 7 has been given a full reveal.
So we all know what Minecraft is by now as it can pretty much be found on most devices out there bar the microwave or maybe the toaster. Keeping that in mind I won’t bore you with an in depth review of the latest version of the game to release and will keep it short and sweet.
Between Gran Turismo Sport, Project CARS 2 and now Forza Horizon 3, there’s been loads of racing game news so far this week. Turn 10 have announced a new partnership with Porsche that will see the gorgeous cars making an appearance in upcoming Forza titles, and the fun has already begun in Forza Horizon 3. Continue reading Turn 10 and Porsche strike a Forza deal for 6 years
According to those involved in the Xbox One Insiders program, it looks like Microsoft may soon go the way of Steam by way of offering digital refunds to unhappy customers. A new update has added the ability for a select number to try out the feature if they buy a game that they’re unhappy with after some game time. Continue reading Xbox One Insiders testing new digital refund feature
So the specs for Microsoft’s Project Scorpio were revealed to us yesterday and I wanted to talk about some of what we learnt and whether this machine is something I’m likely to buy or whether it’s something that I’ll let pass me by. Continue reading Project Scorpio – To buy or not to buy? That is the question