Xbox One

One-part tiny Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater and one-part Micro Machines, Skatebird is a little bit like a Photoshop Friday pun parody brought to life; it’s extremely small birds riding Tech Decks on small-scale stunt ramps scattered around a messy bedroom, plus various locations around an office. Beneath the joke is an ambitious attempt at a
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The Yakuza series and its spin-offs are renowned for juxtaposing simmering crime drama plots alongside quirkier complementary diversions, but Lost Judgment is the first time that the side dishes have turned out to be more satisfying than the main course. An intriguing murder case at its center doesn’t quite go the distance thanks to a
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EA Sports NHL 22 introduces Superstar X-Factors, a new ability system inspired by the league’s top pros that lets you feel the personality and power of NHL superstars. Authentic to real player skill and style, the stars of the NHL truly come to life and influence games in major ways. Whether it’s an insanely fast
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I Am Fish is without a doubt the weirdest game I’ve played this year and appears to have been made by insane people. In other words, I really enjoyed it. It’s an intentionally frustrating physics-based platformer and a literal fish-out-of-water story that challenges you to overcome ridiculous obstacles. Escaping captivity is not always as fair
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Tokyo Game Show remains one of the world’s biggest celebrations of video games and culture, bringing together fans from around the world to enjoy the latest and greatest in gaming. This year marks the 25th anniversary of Asia’s biggest gaming event, with the show again taking a virtual format. The 2021 theme of Tokyo Game
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Imagine stepping into an original D&D setting that’s been lovingly written and DM’d by Tim Burton or Shel Silverstein. Instead of elves and dwarves, you have a giant card shop that’s also a person, a decadent duke, and a scary-looking upside-down guy who only dreams of being able to rhyme – just to give a
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Hello everyone. I’m both proud and excited to say that on September 29, we’ll be releasing our immersive modern multiplayer shooter Insurgency: Sandstorm on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. To mark this awesome occasion, I’d like to share how we’ve worked to make Insurgency one of the most immersive and realistic first person shooters
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The wait is almost over, with the fates of our fintastic friends Goldfish, Pufferfish, Flying Fish, and Piranha almost in your hands. I Am Fish heads to Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Windows 10, and with Xbox Game Pass on September 16. The whole Fish-Team and everyone at Bossa Studios and Curve Digital wish you
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I’ve got a long history with the Tales series. I was absolutely obsessed with Tales of Symphonia back on the GameCube, beating it at least four times, and I’ve been chasing that special kind of JRPG love for years – mostly without success. I’ve played Abyss, Graces, Hearts, and the acclaimed Vesperia, but they all
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Much like the iconic Rocky Balboa himself, the glory days of the arcade boxing genre are well behind it. Hell, when Midway’s respectable Ready 2 Rumble Boxing first laced up its gloves the President of Russia was Boris Yeltsin, Justin Timberlake was merely the tallest guy in NSYNC, and putting on a Marvel movie just
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The ultimate concert experience is coming to Roblox, and everyone’s invited! Get loud with Grammy Award-winning duo Twenty One Pilots in their first-ever virtual performance, featuring classics from their catalog alongside tracks from their newly released album Scaled And Icy. With interactive elements for every song, stunning special effects, and full reign over the setlist
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At last there’s a new Guitar Hero game, only this one doesn’t require you to dust off the pile of plastic peripherals you’ve long since stashed on a shelf in your garage. A musical voyage of personal discovery for its axe-wielding star, Francis Vendetti, The Artful Escape is a story-driven platforming adventure that weaves in
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Life is Strange: True Colors has kept me more emotionally invested than any Life is Strange story since I played the original back in 2015. While every game in this adventure series is good in its own way, this one (from developer Deck Nine as opposed to the series’ creators at Dontnod) addresses many consistent
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It’s rare to see Studio Ghibli’s iconic and instantly recognizable anime art style take shape in a video game, but developer NAPS Team’s isometric action-adventure RPG, Baldo: The Guardian Owls, claims both Ghibli and The Legend of Zelda as its primary inspirations. Those are lofty ambitions, but Baldo rarely instills the same depth into its
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505 Games is celebrating a huge milestone today, as it’s our 15th birthday! We want to take this opportunity to celebrate this achievement with the Xbox community and say a huge thank you to our amazing partners at Microsoft for their support over the years. Sometimes it’s great to stop and take a moment to
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