Repixel8 brings a new, colorful, fun racer to Xbox and PC on May 15th, 2020.
DId Microsoft deliver on their promise earlier today? No. But maybe the next one will be good. I have faith.
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It's not often I find a good Star Wars game. I feel that most titles holding the Star Wars license to be rather dull, uninspired, and a bit cash grabby. After the situation involving Star Wars: Battlefront II and their lootboxes; it's very easy to dismiss any games that have the EA (Electronic Arts) logo … Continue reading Review: Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order
Is this your content roadmap, Ubisoft? Division 2 released a month or two at this point in our video game history, and it got great reviews upon it's launch. This comes off the dead horse that is the launch of Bioware's latest game, Anthem. Neither game is the same in any element or form, but … Continue reading Killing In The Name of Ubisoft
"Hell has frozen over" is the only thing that I can think of. Upon my last post about this very same thing, it took me hours to put together my thoughts, cite sources, and more. I thought that I was going to have a well planned and thought out argument about the stance that … Continue reading Jedi: Fallen Order
A long time ago, in a studio far, far away (from me)... word spread that the Disney acquisition of several properties. As Disney gained the rights to Star Wars millions cried out in terror and were instantly silenced. That will due with the underhanded Star Wars quotes for the time being. Either way, I am … Continue reading What is Jedi: Fallen Order
For years we had several video game systems come and go like the wind blowing over meadows in a bright sunny springtime day. Every breeze shook up the fields, some as light as the Atari Jaguar and some as disruptive as the Nintendo Wii. But as the game console companies started to become killed off … Continue reading Google Stadia: Are We Ready?
"fans" slowly morphed into "people that put up with our bullshit for longer than three months and don't show any sign of leaving."
Marc Whitten, the man who helped release three generations of the Xbox Brand is leaving Microsoft for Sonos, another consumer electronics company. His position is also called "Chief Product Officer." So maybe he doesn't have to change any of his business cards over. This news comes from the official Xbox Website. This happens after the announcement … Continue reading Marc Whitten Leaves Microsoft for Sonos, Keeps Desk Nameplate