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Xbox 360 Games Will No Longer Be A Part Of Games With Gold In October


Microsoft announced this week that, starting in October, it will stop providing monthly free Xbox 360 games as part of its Games With Gold program. Emails announcing the news have started going out to Xbox Live subscribers, and Microsoft promises it will continue to give out free Xbox One games...

Game Pass Is Now Officially A Revolving Door For Big Games


If you didn’t beat them the first time around (fair, they’re huge), you now have a second chance. Three of the best Yakuza entries are coming back to Microsoft’s games-on-demand service, alongside a handful of more family-friendly games. Here’s everything coming to Xbox Game Pass over the coming...

Tensions Rise At Bethesda As Employees Pressure Company On Abortion Measures


In the wake of Roe v. Wade being struck down last week, many employees at Skyrim maker Bethesda Game Studios and its parent company ZeniMax Media have grown increasingly frustrated by what they see as their employer’s unwillingness to clearly support employees’ access to reproductive healthcare....

Old Soldiers Never Die...


Graeme McCormack is a veteran artist who has worked on everything from the Halo series to Age of Empires.Read more

Halo Infinite Co-Op Testing Starts July 11, Also Adds Mission Replay


Good news! Starting July 11, you’ll be able to play Halo Infinite online with up to three friends as part of a beta test. And even better, you’ll be able to replay missions from the campaign, too. However, here’s the bad news: This is a limited-time test of only 10 days. And you’ll need to restart...

Xbox Head Defends Bethesda In Wake Of Crunch Allegations


At an all-hands meeting on Thursday, Xbox addressed the growing employee concerns about labor conditions at Bethesda Game Studios and its parent company, ZeniMax. Matt Booty, head of Xbox Game Studios, said he was “confident” that the studio was not crunching, and that it was “unfair” to attribute...

Tencent Launches Extended Reality Unit to Tackle the Metaverse Market


Tencent, the Chinese technology and entertainment giant, announced the creation of its own metaverse-driven division. The division, named the extended reality unit, will be the one tasked with encompassing all metaverse-driven efforts, including hardware and software developments. According...

Meta, Microsoft, and Others Launch Metaverse Standards Group


Meta, Microsoft, and 31 more companies have united to form an organization to promote the creation of open standards regarding metaverse tech. The institution, named the Metaverse Standards Forum, will focus on establishing standards to make each one of the metaverses on the internet interoperable...

Bobby Kotick Is Staying On Activision Blizzard's Board, Ew


Just yesterday, Activision Blizzard shareholders voted to approve a report looking into the company’s anti-harassment efforts. While the company itself is “carefully considering” that, stockholders also gave the green light to the Board of Directors nominees, which included shitty CEO Bobby Kotick....

Big Tech Joins Hands to 'Foster' the Creation of Metaverse Standards


  Meta, Microsoft, Nvidia, Sony, as well as 33 other tech giants racing to build the metaverse have formed a group to create the infrastructure for an interoperable metaverse. Dubbed The Metaverse Standards Forum, the new initiative aims to introduce interoperability and cross-compatibility...

Xbox Game Pass Summer Releases Are Heating Up


Xbox Game Pass has had a rocky few months, seeing it lose major games and failing to add marquee additions to plug the gaps. But on the heels of Xbox’s big marketing blitz—including a promise that 50 games will hit Xbox over the next year, many on Game Pass—the popular games-on-demand service...

Everything Missing From This Year’s Not-E3


Following last night’s back-to-back JRPG stream, not-E3 2022 is officially a wrap. It was a weird one this year. Bethesda finally showed off more than eight seconds of Starfield gameplay, four years after its initial announcement. Several prestigious studios announced remakes of cultural...

Let’s Put EA CEO’s $20 Million Payout In Context


The CEO of Madden maker Electronic Arts is set to rake in $19.8 million in total compensation for his company’s strong performance in 2021. That’s about half of what it was for 2020 after EA’s Board of Directors cracked down on exorbitant bonuses in the face of shareholder backlash, but still...

Over 30 New Xbox Demos On The Way For Summer Game Fest


Keigh3 week might be over, but Summer Game Fest is just getting started. In collaboration with ID@Xbox, the event is bringing over 30 demos for upcoming indie games to the Xbox platform starting June 21. They’ll all be free but only available for one week, after which they will disappear into...

Activision Blizzard Clears Itself Of Any Wrongdoing


Nearly year after an explosive lawsuit by the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing kicked off a firestorm of sexual harassment and discrimination allegations at Activision Blizzard, a Board of Directors working group investigating the company has released its findings. Led by...

Halo Keeps Getting DLC For Every Game Except Halo Infinite


Halo is getting a wave of DLC, but not for Halo Infinite. Rather than a proper narrative expansion for 343’s latest first-person shooter, the longtime sci-fi series is instead getting…a duo of tie-ins. One’s for Fall Guys, Mediatonic’s platformer royale. The other’s for Microsoft Flight...

Halo Infinite’s Juneteenth Cosmetic Briefly Named After Ape, Sparks Outcry


Last night, developer 343 Industries rolled out a Juneteenth-themed cosmetic option for Halo Infinite, its multiplayer shooter. For a moment, the affiliated Pan-African-themed color palette was titled “Bonobo.” A bonobo, for those who don’t know, is an endangered species of great ape.Read more

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