Microsoft to extend Xbox live to Nintendo Switch and Smartphones, a step towards unified gaming platform

Microsoft is quite ambitious about Xbox’s future. Project xCloud, which the company launched in 2018, stated company’s clear goal to make Xbox games available on all platforms.

The latest reveal by Game Developers Conference says that Microsoft is planning to support cross-platform multiplayer gaming. This means that iOS, Android, Switch, PC and Xbox players would be able to play together. This move brings a lot to the table. Introducing all social and interactive tools including leaderboards, means that Microsoft would be able to tap into currently untouched 2 billion devices and integrate them into mainstream gaming, becoming the most ‘expansive’ platform.

Having a unified gaming platform means a win-win for everyone. But, disappointing, Microsoft has restricted the purchase of games to Microsoft’s own store only.
We’ll surely get more details and information when Microsoft does its presentation at GDC 2019. Stay tuned.

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Microsoft Studios Changes Name to Xbox Game Studios

Microsoft Studios has been rebranded as Xbox Games Studios to signal the change that the Xbox brand is aiming to achieve.

Microsoft Studios was formerly known as Microsoft Game Studios until around the launch of the current generation of console. They rebranded to Microsoft Studios because they had planned on bringing TV studios as well as Movie Studios under this banner.

That might have not worked out as they had intended but with Phil Spencer spear-heading the Xbox division to improve it and bring it to other platforms, the name change to Xbox Game Studios makes sense. They’re expanding the Xbox service to PC slowly and steadily, especially with the Play Anywhere feature and Xbox Game Pass.

Besides PC, they’re also planning on expanding to mobile and consoles as seen from the Xbox Live SDK announcement for the Nintendo Switch and Mobile platforms. They’re also planning on a Game Streaming service which could fall under the Xbox branding.

In March at the Game Developer’s Conference, Microsoft plan to discuss the changes that will come to Xbox Live going forward as it is going to be a much bigger platform and with this, we could also see a better Store Front for PC users.

From this we can speculate that in the coming few years, the PC platform is going to get a lot of love from Xbox and maybe even get a lot of Xbox exclusive titles on PC especially since all the studious previously under Microsoft Studios are now part of Xbox Game Studios.

The current developer studios lineup includes 343 Industries(Halo), Turn 10 Studios(Forza), Obsidian Entertainment(Fallout New Vegas, The Outer Worlds), Playground Games(Forza), Ninja Theory(Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice), The Coalition(Gears of War), inXile Entertainment(Wasteland 2) and many more studios, including new ones that they have been acquiring to bring more exclusive titles to their platform.

The future looks exciting for Xbox Game Studios and I’m excited to see how they expand the Xbox platform and what games they come out with. Maybe we’ll get Halo MCC or an official Xbox Emulator on PC in the future.

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Apex Legends a Free Titanfall Battle Royale Game To Release on 4th Feb

Titanfall never really got the limelight it should have with its incredible movement and shooting but that might change thanks to Apex Legends.

Apex Legends is an upcoming free to play Battle Royale game set in the Titanfall universe and uses the same mechanics as it. While not much is known about Apex Legends at this point, we know that they’re going to reveal it tonight at 9:30PM IST/
4PM GMT on the official Apex Legends Twitch channel.

The fact that it is a Battle Royale Shooter has been confirmed by Geoff Keighley, creator of The Game Awards. What is surprising is that the game will not only be announced today, it is also set to release today itself after the official reveal according to sources.

The game will have loot boxes and microtransactions present but those will only be for cosmetic items. The game will also have up to 3 players in a team with a total of 60 players on a single server.

Former CSGO professional and famous Twitch streamer Shroud has already had a chance to play the game along with other streamers and content creators as seen above from the tweet by Myth, a professional Fortnite Battle Royale Player and Twitch Streamer.

The Titanfall games have always had mediocre sales and not a lot of activity in the multiplayer front even though the core gameplay and mechanics are really solid and offers fluidity like no other shooter out there. Not to mention the fact that you can also use powered up Titans to fight other Titans while other Pilots duke it out around them.

Maybe the free to play model will help the game have a stable player base and in the future include even more game modes. If they manage to improve on the mechanics of the previous two games for this title, this game could really match Blackout in terms of chaos and fun but I doubt they’ll change much besides ajdusting for the Battle ROyale game mode.

The Live stream will begin at 9:30PM IST/ 4PM GMT on the official Apex Legends Twitch Channel. Apex Legends is set to release on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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February 2019 Games with Gold Revealed

Welcome to another Games with Gold reveal for Xbox One and Xbox 360! In February on Xbox One, play the retro-action platformer Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon, then play your friends in Super Bomberman R. On Xbox 360 and Xbox One via Backward Compatibility, hunt down members of the Brotherhood as a member of the Templar’s in Assassin’s Creed Rogue, and learn the ways of the Force in the final chapter of the Jedi Knight series in Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy.

All games will be available exclusively for Xbox Live Gold members for a limited time as part of Games with Gold. With Xbox Live Gold, you get the most advanced multiplayer service, free games, and exclusive member discounts on games in the Microsoft Store — get Xbox Live Gold today to get in on the action!

• Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon ($9.99): Available February 1 to 28 on Xbox One

• Super Bomberman R ($39.99): Available February 16 to March 15 on Xbox One

• Assassin’s Creed Rogue ($29.99): Available February 1 to 15 on Xbox One and Xbox 360

• Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy ($9.99): Available February 16 to 28 on Xbox One

Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon
Jump into retro-style gaming with Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon. With the involvement of the legendary Koji Igarashi, this action-adventure title harkens back to some of the classic side-scrolling games of the past. Switch your play among several different characters, each with their own unique abilities, as you travel perilous lands to defeat the evil demon lurking in the forbidden castle.

Super Bomberman R
Step into the fun, because Super Bomberman R is back and better than ever! Eight Bomberman heroes journey to space to fight the Evil Emperor Buggler, but now with the help of the Master Chief — exclusive to the Xbox One version — use your state-of-the-art combat armor to help win the day. Play alone or with a friend because this is the biggest Bomberman game ever.

Assassin’s Creed Rogue
Continue the adventures of your ancestors in Assassin’s Creed Rogue. Set in the chaotic moments of the French and Indian War, relive the days of Shay Patrick Cormac, a fearless young outcast assassin who slowly morphs into a deadly assassin hunter due to tragedy. The dark transformation your character goes through will shape the future of the Brotherhood forever.

Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy
Learn the ways of the Force from Jedi Master Luke Skywalker in Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy. In this classic title from the original Xbox, begin your journey as a student eager to learn as you interact with famous Star Wars characters and locations. In the end, you’ll face the ultimate choice: the good and freedom of the light or the tantalizing power of the dark side.

Read more about our Games with Gold program here and stay tuned to Xbox Wire for all the latest news on Xbox. Also, check out more than 100 great games in Xbox Game Pass included in its monthly membership that you can try free for 14 days.

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Dragon Ball- Project Z Announcement Trailer Analysis

The announcement trailer for Dragon Ball Game– Project Z, an all-new Action RPG for PS4, XB1 and PC is out now and we’re going to analyze it and talk more about this upcmoing title.

In this epic retelling, you will be able to play through the legendary adventures of the Saiyan named Kakarot…better known as Goku – recounting the beloved story of DRAGON BALL Z like never before.
Developed in partnership with CyberConnect2, the game (with full title to be announced) will launch in 2019 featuring both Japanese and English voiceovers.

We don’t have a lot of information about the game but we do have enough to make a decent guess at what the game will be like. For most parts it seems like a remaster of or heavily inspired by Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku, a game for the GameBoy Advanced developed by Webfoot Technologies.

Legacy of Goku came out in 2002 and since this game only went up till the end of the Frieza saga, Webfoot made two more sequels named, The Legacy of Goku 2 and Buu’s Fury. In 2016, they did announce that they were making a sequel to those games as they started an Indie-GoGo campaign for it but it seems to have died down because there’s been no recent updates. We’ve reached out to them and will update this post if we hear back from them.

From the trailer though, it seems to be focused on the story of Son Goku and only shows moments till the Frieza saga with the last most scene from the show/manga being Goku turning SSJ for the first time. This is one of the main reasons why we think it is a Legacy of Goku inspired title, more-so with the fact that it is an Action-RPG title.

The visuals look similar to almost all mainstream Dragon Ball games with cell-shaded 3D models and environments. It also looks like this will be a 3D fighting game like Xenoverse 2 and not like FighterZ. Most of what we saw seemed to be footage from the game engine with only the last shots of Goku walking being actual gameplay.

In terms of locations, we have West City, Kame House, Namek, The forest near Goku’s house and a forest near West City. It will be interesting to see if it’ll be an open-world game or if we’ll be locked to small hubs which we can travel between from a menu. I’m hoping for an open-world game with side-missions and such.

Join Goku and fellow warriors in the neverending search for the ultimate fight — COMING 2019!

What’s interesting to note is that the game will release in 2019. We’re in the first month of 2019 with 11 more months left but it still seems like a really quick release date. This could probably be the reason why we’ve only seen Pre-Android saga footage because maybe it just isn’t ready or maybe they’ll be added later on to the game.

However, in this day and age it doesn’t make sense to release the game in episodic parts because even if they go the Hitman 2016 route with it, it really doesn’t make sense unless they’re trying to release the game ASAP to stay on the hype that the Broly movie has created and the inevitable announcement of the continuation of the Dragon Ball Super anime.

Another worrying aspect is that will this game also not be distributed in India due to a licensing issue. India has a huge Dragon Ball fan following and a lot of them would happily buy Xenoverse and FighterZ if they’d be available on the official marketplace but sadly have to get the games through re-sellers which sucks.

It is a great time to be a Dragon Ball fan and with so much Dragon Ball content coming our way, I can’t wait to see more about Project Z.

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Resident Evil 2 Adds Classic Costumes and New Mode Post Release

Resident Evil 2 releasing very soon and people are already loving it. But wait, there’s more as Capcom plans to add more content to the game very soon.

In a recent live stream, Capcom showcased an all-new game mode called “The Ghost Survivors”. This game mode seems to an RNG based rogue mode which will have an Item Randomizer just like the Item Randomizer mods of the RE1 remake and the original RE2. In this, you will explore the already existing game world but have different challenges and gain points. The points you gain can then be used to upgrade items and such. Seems like an interesting game mode that will help with replayability and is something that fans are very excited about.

Capcom has also said that there will be new playable characters that include the mayor’s daughter, Katherine and another character named Robert Kendo. These characters will be available to play in the first volume aforementioned Ghost Survivors mode which will release in three volumes. It might also be an “alternative reality” and is confirmed to have a brand new enemy that is not in Resident Evil 2. Ghost Survivors will be added to the game as part of a free content update and will not be locked behind a paywall.

Another cool addition is the Classic costumes for Leon and Claire. These are the old low-poly models from RE2 that have been bumped up to look better but still retain their overall look. The classic costumes will be added for free on 22nd March and might be available as paid DLC before that.

The game’s reviews are already out and it’s nothing but positive with many stating that it is one of the best remakes out there and that this is how remakes should be done. Our own review should be out soon as well as our Hot Takes video so stay tuned for that.

Resident Evil 2 Remake launches on January 25th for the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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Onimusha: Warlords Review

Onimusha: Warlords is the remaster of the 2001 game of the same name which brings it to all the 8th generation consoles and PC. So, does a game from 2001 still hold up or is it best left in the past? Let’s find out.

Onimusha: Warlords, when it originally released was well received. It was originally going to be a spin-off of Resident Evil set during the Feudal Japan period but eventually became its own title after taking a lot of influence from the Resident Evil series with the survival and puzzle aspect of the game. The game is more action-packed though and features a variety of weapons. While this was an extremely fun game back in 2001, the current day situation might be a little different.

You play as Samanosuke Akechi, a samurai who goes on a quest to find a Princess who has been taken by demons. The gameplay is pretty reminiscent of the old-school Resident Evil games with the fixed camera and tank controls but instead of guns, you use swords and shurikens to fight off demons and monsters from Japanese myths and folklore.

The Onimusha: Warlords Remaster which is now available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC is not really a remaster as much as it is a decent port. Not much is changed in terms of visuals as only a few textures have received the high-res treatment while most of the static background environmental images are still low res which really pops out against the newer textures.

The consoles run the game at 1080p while the PC can go up to 1440p and all the versions of the game run at a locked 60fps. The aspect ratio of the game is 4:3 and if you choose to use 16:9, it just zooms in and crops part of the image which is just a lazy way of supporting 16:9.

Unlike the old version which only allowed movements using the D-Pad, you can now use either the D-Pad or the joystick to move around when playing on a controller. There’s also a neat quality of life change as you can now quick-switch weapons in the middle of gameplay instead of going into the main menu.

The music has also been re-recorded and the game also features the Japanese dub which has also been re-recorded with a lot of the same actors. The original PAL release of the game didn’t feature the Japanese dub so having this option in this remaster is good.

Now whether or not this game is for you is honestly a matter of personal preference and also depends on when you started gaming and what type of games you were into.  If you started playing games after 2005 and never played any RE game, chances are that you won’t enjoy this game simply because of its somewhat dated gameplay and visuals. However, if you did play older games and are familiar with them, this game might be worth trying out.

It has a decent story, gameplay that is fun but dated and it isn’t too long to play through. If you played the original game and enjoyed it and want to replay it, this is probably the best way to do so. However, there is one small caveat that stops me from recommending this game, especially for Indian Steam users and that is its price.

The game costs Rs 1,500 in India which for a game that is 18 years old and is not even a remaster but an alright port, it makes no sense. It goes for $20 on the US Steam store and probably other marketplaces but for India, it’s a tad bit too much and if it were cheaper, I would absolutely recommend this game to folks. It’s good to see these games making their way to the PC because this way they won’t be lost to time or depend on emulation.

The game itself is fun albeit dated and it was a blast to play it again. It made me feel nostalgiac and while sure it isn’t great in terms of controls and animations, it was a lot of fun to play but I’d only recommend this title if you can get it for cheap on a sale because at its current full price of Rs 1,500 it is not worth it.

Because of the lack of any good changes and the high price, if I were to rate this title, I would give it a 6.5/10.

 

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HyperX Launches Official Xbox licensed Gaming Headset in India

HyperX CloudX™ Gaming Headset has been tested and approved by Microsoft and delivers signature HyperX comfort, durability and amazing sound for serious Xbox gamers. CloudX has convenient in-line audio controls that sidestep system menus and put control directly at your fingertips. The sturdy aluminium frame is designed for long-lasting reliability and to withstand the harsh rigours of daily gaming life. The 100% memory foam ear cushions and leatherette-padded headband provide award-winning comfort for those long weekends and late nights of gaming. 53mm drivers and enhanced bass reproduction pump out crystal-clear high, mids and lows, and the closed-cup design mutes the outside world to completely immerse you in your game. The noise-cancelling microphone can be positioned just the way you like it, and also eliminates background noise so that you’ll come across loud and clear. CloudX is also compatible with mobile devices1. When you’re ready to listen to music, simply unplug the microphone and stow it for later.

The HyperX CloudX gaming headset is available in Indian retail and e-tail outlets with an MRP of INR 9,990/-. 

FEATURES

  • Official Xbox licensed headset: CloudX was tested by Microsoft and works with Xbox One controllers that have a 3.5mm headset jack and Elite Wireless controllers.
  • Signature HyperX comfort: Cloud’s award-winning comfort will keep you gaming strong during those marathon gaming sessions.
  • Durable aluminum frame: The sturdy aluminum frame provides reliable durability and stability.
  • Immersive in-game audio: Enhanced bass reproduction and crystal-clear lows, mids, and highs help fully immerse you in your gaming
  • In-line audio control: The flexible, detachable mic can be easily positioned as you like it and removed if you’re enjoying music.
  • Detachable noise-cancellation microphone
  • Two Year Warranty

 

SPECIFICATIONS

Headphone
Driver: Dynamic, 53mm with neodymium magnets
Type: Circumaural, Closed back
Frequency Response: 15Hz–25,000 Hz
Impedance: 41 Ω
Sound pressure level: 95dBSPL/mW at 1kHz
T.H.D.: < 2%
Weight: 325g
Weight w/ mic: 337g
Cable length and type: Headset (1.3m)
Connection: Headset – 3.5mm plug (4 pole)
Microphone
Element: Electret condenser microphone
Polar pattern: Noise-cancelling
Frequency response: 50Hz-18,000 Hz
Sensitivity: -39dBV (0dB=1V/Pa,1kHz)

 

1 Compatible with devices with CTIA standard connectors.

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Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown Review

It’s been over 10 years since the last proper Ace Combat game but Bandai Namco is back with Ace Combat 7: Unknown Skies, a ride that never ends. So let’s take a look at what the game improves on, and how it fares in the era of Battle Royale games.

Visuals and Eye Candy

Ace Combat 7: Unknown Skies is the first game of the series to release on the 8th generation of consoles and the 2nd title to release on PC. The game runs on Unreal Engine 4, another first for the series and really makes use of both, the engine and the available hardware. The game is absolutely visually stunning, with a realistic lighting and weather system that for the first time, affects the gameplay and interacts with the player. While the game itself is not a Simulation game, the visuals are at times hyper-realistic with a lot of punchy saturated landscapes as well as mellow grey skies, especially during storms.

On the consoles, there’s visual pop-in on ground textures which is especially evident when engaging with ground forces that can really hamper your experience. The lack of Anti Aliasing is quite evident as well on base consoles. Sadly, in terms of performance, the base consoles do not run the game at a solid 60fps, with the PS4 hovering at around 45-50fps and the Xbox One at 35-45fps. The enhanced consoles, however, do run most of the time at 60fps with minor drops at times.

The VR mode is truly immersive. While the PSVR runs at a lower resolution, it is still extremely immersive with the cockpit view and you can see the detail that was put into the game and granulity of the various effects.

Visually, the game is an absolute treat to look at and will pull in people who don’t even play games to watch you play as they’re mesmerized by the gorgeous visuals.

Sound Design and Audio

Good sound design is very important in a title like this in which aural information is extremely helpful and important as it will help you in gameplay and its safe to say that they’ve knocked it out of the ballpark with this one. You will start reacting to those audio cues and in no time they will be such a valuable asset.

The sound effects are all a treat with booming and punchy explosions, the powerful sound of a cannon firing, the rattling of various parts of your jet, the whooshing of missiles and the different engine sounds that all come together in this fantastic aural package that helps with the immersion and works wonderfully with the visuals.

Dialogue and Voice Work is good and not over the top unlike a lot of the past Ace Combat titles. There wasn’t a lot of “fake” enthusiasm or really bad writing. It’s not the best acting you’ll hear but it’s pretty good and won’t make you scoff at how weird the people are.

Onto the music which is well rounded and takes inspiration from its predecessors and films like Top Gun. It has a bit of variety to it and if you’re a fan of techno and electronic music, you will enjoy it, however, that’s not the only genre that the game has. It’s not the best OST out there but it is enjoyable and won’t make you want to turn it off.

Story and Gameplay

Let’s talk about the story which is a bit of a cliched tale but it isn’t too bad. Two neighbouring nations are at the brink of war, our protagonist has been put in jail and as part of the rehabilitation process, we’re thrown in with a bunch of other renegade pilots to do missions. The story is good and does decently to take itself seriously when it needs to while also embracing the more shooty shooty bang bang and, over the top aspect. Want to know how to stop all-out war and conflict between two nations? Blow everything up, that’s how apparently.

Story missions tend to change dynamically with both stealth and all-out dogfight missions. Choosing the proper jet is very important as choosing one that doesn’t suit the type of mission will just make it harder for you. Objectives can also change during a mission so you need to keep that in mind while choosing your jet. This makes you pay attention to mission briefings which will give you information as to what you can expect thus helping you choose your jet.

Each battle you partake in will give you credits which you can use to buy new jets and also to upgrade them. From long-range missiles to more durable jets, there’s a lot of upgrades to choose from and you can be assured that you’ll be flying a lot of different jets.

The controls are a bit of a mix between realistic simulation controls and a more relaxed arcade style to provide a comfortable experience that isn’t too confusing or difficult. You’ll be flying around trying to build up the energy to pull off fast manoeuvres while also trying to not stall out, which can leave you defenceless and at the mercy of the enemy.

Speaking of enemies, the game has Easy, Normal and Hard modes. Easy is simpler than the other two but by no means, a cake walk. It can get tough if you choose the wrong jets and weapons for a mission. Normal makes the enemies smarter and bit less predictable while Hard mode is truly hard and will really test you, especially the missions with timers on them. The game is about 12-15 hours when playing on Normal.

The Multiplayer has both private and public lobbies has a Death Match mode, Team Death Match mode and of course, a Battle Royale game mode.

There are also a couple of VR Missions that are a timed exclusive for the PSVR for now but is damn good and we can’t wait to see it make its way to the PC in a years time.

TL;DR and Final Impressions

The game is extremely fun and gives you that exhilarating feeling of flying a jet, dog fighting and in general being even cooler than Tom Cruise in Top Gun. It’s the complete package and there’s no game out there as of now that can give you a similar experience in terms of gameplay, visuals and, audio fidelity. It is also not only simple to get into but also an absolute joy to play from start to finish and we can’t wait for the PC release on February 1st.

On consoles though, there is a clear issue with the erratic framerate on base consoles and it would honestly be best to lock it at 30fps for now for a smoother experience. Along with that, the lack of good Anti Aliasing and the pop-in with the ground textured along with a few other minor nuances are the only things that I didn’t enjoy about the game. A lot of the graphical issues will probably be ironed out on the PC hopefully but for now, I really do recommend this game on consoles if you don’t have a PC to play it on.

If I were to give it a score, this game would be an 8/10.

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Rocket League Finally Gets Full Cross-Platform Play!

Rocket League has finally received full Cross-Platform play support which means that people on different consoles can play with and against each other.

Sony has finally given the green light on Cross-Platform play which means that players on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC can play together on all online game modes including ranked.

Cross-Platform party support is not fully in yet and will be coming very soon but until then, Psyonix has a for you to play with your friends on different consoles.

“Should you want to play with friends on other platforms before cross-platform parties release, however, you can! Just select Play from the Main Menu, then Private Match, followed by Create or Join Private Match, and you’re set from there.”

After Fortnite, Rocket League is the second title which has cross-platform play for every platform it is available on and with Sony already allowing this on Fortnite and Rocket League, Minecraft could be the next title to be given the green light.

Psyonix is aware of how big this milestone is and have let the fans know how important their role was in making this happen.

“Today’s announcement is an important one for us here at Psyonix, because we know how much our community has wanted full cross-platform support for quite some time. It’s because of you, our fans, and our generous partners on all systems and services that have made this possible in the first place. On behalf of the entire team, THANK YOU for your passion and persistence as we continue to do our best to make Rocket League the best experience we can.”

This could very well be how cross-platform for major titles slowly snowballs into it being a normal feature and not something that fans get after a lot of petitioning.

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