I feel as if I'm part of an alternate reality, wherein someone's dreams of receiving unlimited Xbox Ones has impeded my own existence, creating a reality-based nightmare.
"Rest assured your next Halo journey WILL begin in 2014."
Developer Double Helix has issued its second free character in the Xbox One reboot of Killer Instinct.
There are patches and then there are complete reworkings of of a video game. For NBA 2K14, it would seem to be the latter.
EA has found themselves victims of a class action lawsuit over Battlefield 4's continued problems.
Capcom has pushed a demo for their open world zombie slaughter fest, Dead Rising 3, to the Xbox One Marketplace.
UbiSoft's Rayman Legends will squat on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles on February 25th in the US, and 28th in the UK.
September 9th is the day to prepare for as the open world Destiny finds a home on current and last gen consoles.
PopCap's sequel to their remarkably effective ball bouncing, peg smashing simulation Peggle is reportedly hitting Xbox One on December 9th for $11.99.
This console was rushed, clearly incomplete, and made from shattered ideals of a consumer-breaking future.
If "mild violence" is "mild violence," why is there such a shifting ratings tide?
Those affected by the issues will be receiving one of four first party games for free, digitally.