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Kingdom Hearts 1 and 2 coming to Xbox One

Square Enix, during the X019 Inside Xbox event held in London yesterday evening, announced that the entire Kingdom Hearts saga will arrive on Xbox One during the 2020. Launched as an exclusive ...
Age of Empires 4

Age of Empires 4, a gameplay video

During the X019 it was finally possible to see a gameplay video of Age of Empires 4, one of the most anticipated titles of the next videogame season. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgPdPpaBsfQ As can be seen from the trailer, the historical period is ...
Microsoft Flight Simulator

Microsoft Flight Simulator, published new screenshots in 4K

Microsoft has released a new set of screenshots in 4K for Microsoft Flight Simulator that will blow your mind. This new series of images shows some environments of the game, as well as three new ...

Halo: The Master Chief Collection - Microsoft reiterates that the PC version will arrive "When ...

Halo: The Master Chief Collection is coming to PC, but unfortunately we will not see all the titles of the saga arrive at the same time on the "master race", but will instead be sold and launched separately on the market. Obviously...
Xbox All Access

Xbox All Access expands, Xbox Scarlett included in the service

The Xbox All Access subscription service is available again in some countries, exactly in the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States, and the option to switch to the Scarlett Xbox console has also been added ...
Mike ybarra

Mike Ybarra joins Blizzard Entertainment

Previous Xbox vice president Mike Ybarra joined Blizzard Entertainment. Mike Ybarra, who left Microsoft earlier this month, sat in Blizzard as the new executive and general vice president.

Obsidian Entertainment can focus on "new games" thanks to Microsoft

During November 2018, Microsoft announced the acquisition of Obsidian Entertainment, the developers behind Fallout New Vegas and Star Wars: Knight of the Old Republic 2 - The Sith Lords. The studio has ...
Halo Infinite

Halo Infinite - Lead producer Mary Olson leaves 343 Industries

Halo Infinite sees another figure leave the studio after leaving the game's creative director Tim Longo. Lead producer Mary Olson leaves the guys at 343 Industries after 7 years of career. The first...

Quixel, an artist reconstructs the Blood Gulch map of the first Halo

Halo returns with a stunning reconstruction in Unreal Engine 4 of a well-known map that appeared in the first chapter of the saga, or Blood Gulch. Environment artist ...

Joker, touches 1 billion dollars and becomes the biggest movie ...

Joker is knocking on the billion dollar door becoming the first movie to touch this box office milestone. According to Variety, Joker ...

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