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The hit RPG best known for its never-before-seen depth of customization and intense combat is back with exclusive pre-order opportunities on Xbox One! Kingdoms of Amalur is the brain-child of best-selling author R.A. Salvatore, Spawn creator Todd McFarlane and Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion lead designer Ken Rolston. Its original release in 2012 captivated gamers and
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Control – AWE DLC Screenshot This isn’t to say that AWE isn’t for Control fans who haven’t played Alan Wake, though. Yes, it provides a satisfying amount of extra detail and context to those wanting more Alan Wake in their lives, but it does so without ever alienating those who aren’t familiar. While the thriller
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If you like complex challenges and classic survival horror, get ready to check out Injection π23. It’s a dark story about secret societies, mind control, human trafficking, and the human condition. We’ve created a vast and terrifying world with painstaking exploration, continuous helplessness, and heavy reliance on resource management. Set in the real Spanish town
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Peaky Blinders: Mastermind is like watching a baseball game that only gets exciting in the bottom of the ninth. It’s a puzzle game set against the clock that unfortunately only begins to hit its stride as your time with it time runs out. While introducing some fresh time-bending and puzzle mechanics, it regularly fails to
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With over a hundred titles to choose from, Xbox Game Pass has quickly become the premiere Games Subscription service. With xCloud, Xbox’s Cloud Gaming Service, set to launch next month, Xbox Game Pass is quickly becoming the “Netflix for Games”. But just like Netflix, filtering through all the titles can be a chore, and finding
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PGA Tour 2K is the new name for The Golf Club series, which could have just as easily been rebranded as Dark Holes for its uncompromisingly hardcore simulation of the sport. In its previous incarnation, it showed its players all the forgiveness of a FromSoftware game. But with its latest evolution under the 2K sports
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Today, it’s with great pride that we are launching Thunder Lotus’ third game, Spiritfarer, a cozy management game about dying. Death is a recurring theme in our games, from the Viking afterlife in Jotun to the meandering eldritch caverns of Sundered. You could say that I’m obsessed. Spiritfarer is quite different though. Diving deep into
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[Editor’s note: we got a late start on Mortal Shell, so through no fault of his own, our reviewer isn’t quite done with it yet. You can expect a full review up before the end of the week.] Mortal Shell was kicking my ass for the first couple of days — more so than any
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Battle it out as your favorite DC superhero or experience thunderous racing on the track. Injustice 2 and NASCAR Heat 5 are available for Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members to play from Thursday, August 13 at 12:01 a.m. PDT until Sunday, August 16 at 11:59 p.m. PDT in this weekend’s Free
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If ever there was a film franchise perfectly positioned for a modern video game adaptation, it’s Fast & Furious. For a medium so regularly adept at putting us in high-speed pursuits and shoving us through sweeping action sequences, it’s almost baffling that in nearly two decades this series has never spawned a truly top-notch, dedicated
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It’s hard to say whether or not you will enjoy Skater XL. It is clunky, messy and could do with much more polish, but it also manages to offer a totally unique skating experience. Whilst you may not like it, you should definitely give it a go.  Skater XL is so unique, and that is
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The idea of Mystery Mine is easily recognizable by its title. It’s a mysterious story about a tribe that, as a classic protagonist, was on the verge of saving the world. In this idea we have collected the wishes of our team members: It should be a platformer with a strong protagonist, mystical setting, and
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We know you’re busy and might miss out on all the exciting things we’re talking about on Xbox Wire every week. If you’ve got a few minutes, we can help remedy that. We’ve pared down the past week’s news into one easy-to-digest article for all things Xbox! Or, if you’d rather watch than read, you
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