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Xbox Games with Gold's May 2019 Lineup Announced

Xbox Games with Gold’s May 2019 Lineup Announced

Microsoft has revealed May’s Xbox Games With Gold offerings on Xbox Wire today, revealing Marooners, The Golf Club 2019, Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon, and Comic Jumper as May 2019’s free games for all Xbox Live Gold subscribers. Both Earth Defense Force and Comic Jumper are available on Xbox 360 and Xbox One via the Xb1’s Backward Compatibility. The games are available […]

Castlevania: Harmony of Despair Now Backwards Compatible on Xbox One

Good news for Castlevania fans as we found out today that Castlevania: Harmony of Despair for the Xbox 360 is now backward compatible. The word came down on Twitter from Larry Hryb, along with a link to show the game is also available to be purchased for $15. Castlevania Harmony of Despair is coming to […]

Sega Where Are All My Non-Genesis Compilations?

Sega would like to remind us again how great they once were as Nintendo’s equal in the 16-bit console wars as they’re preparing to release another compilation called Sega Genesis Classics across multiple platforms (again). This marks the third physical release from the company’s glory days of the Genesis/Mega Drive with the Sega Genesis Collection […]

Don’t Expect As Many Original Xbox Games To Be Backwards Compatible

When Xbox fans learned that titles from the original system would be coming their way on the backwards compatibility system, you could collectively hear a bunch of 30-something’s heads explode across the country. However, like all good things that came up during Microsoft’s E3 press conference, there’s a lot of finer details that weren’t discussed or […]

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Xbox One Launching A Major Backwards Compatibility Sale On Tuesday

Larry Hyrb, the man behind Major Nelson, took to Twitter yesterday to announce a huge Xbox One sale would be taking place for backwards compatible games starting on Tuesday. Back Compat Super Sale starts 16 May with up to 75% off on 275+ titles like Call of Duty Black Ops II, Red Dead Redemption, Skate […]



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Dead Space 2 & 3 Join Backwards Comparability On Xbox One

Remember when we told you about Microsoft shutting down their system for some maintenance? Turns out part of that work was to start making more games backwards compatible than the slow trickle they’ve been doing over the past year or so. The latest two on that list are Dead Space 2 and Dead Space 3 […]


Oblivion Is Backwards Compatable On Xbox One Now

While Skyrim is almost undoubtedly the most popular Elder Scrolls mainline game, it is far from the most unamiously loved. From newer entries, Morrowind and Oblivion both have their defenders too. While there is no news on Morrowind sadly, it’s been revealed that Oblivion is getting the backwards compatable treatment on Xbox One. It’s been added […]

Banner Saga 2 Headlines Games With Gold In July

The madness of the E3 dominated June is now behind us and July is now just around the corner. That means a new swath of free games. Xbox have announced their line up and it is pretty good. The Xbox One will be getting the well received Banner Saga 2 and the indie Tumblestone. On […]

Goodnight Sweet Prince: The Xbox 360 Has Been Discontinued

I owe a lot to the Xbox 360. I might not even be where I am today without it. The online play, the library, it did a lot to that reignited my passion for gaming in a big way. It’s been announced though by Xbox head Phil Spencer today on Xbox Wire that the Xbox 360 […]

Games With Gold For March Brings Lords Of The Fallen And Sherlock Holmes

Another month coming to a close, another month of free games on the horizon. Xbox, as usual has blinked first too. IN March, Games with Gold will be offering a pretty neat collection. On Xbox One, from March 1st – 31st, Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishment will be free with Dark Souls-esque Lords of the […]

Hand of Fate And Styx: Master of Shadows Headline Games With Gold In February

What with it nearly being February, both Sony and Microsoft have announced their free games for February. We’ve seen Sony’s offering, so lets dive into Xbox’s. It was announced by Major Nelson the this month, we will be getting a couple of little sleeper hits on the Xbox One and a classic on Xbox 360. Hand […]

The Witcher 2, CS: GO And More Are Now Backwards Compatible On Xbox One

While I’ve heard of some technical snags along the way, the general consensus I’ve seen is that it’s a cool feature that people like using. I think it gives the Xbox One a nice edge, and it really just needs wider library. Well, that library has grown today as ten new games have been added, […]

Call Of Duty: Black Ops III Looks Really Unimpressive On Last-Gen Consoles

Call of Duty: Black Ops III has decided to have a weird relationship with the old-gen consoles. The game isn’t going to feature its campaign in the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions, instead deciding to forgo it and just package in the multiplayer. So, the next question about the versions is, how does it […]

New Gen Consoles Are Up 40% On Last Gen

There was a narrative building before the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 came, speculating about them being the last consoles in the wake of mobile and android based gaming. According to NPD (via N+MCV) numbers though, that doesn’t seem like it is going to come to pass. In a report, they say the combined sales […]

Minecraft Is Getting A Halo 5: Guardians Pack

Microsoft have really been using their Minecraft license to full affect. You’d hope so too with a 2.5 Billion purchase of Mojang. With the upcoming Halo 5 though, the corporation has taken the chance to throw a little Halo into the Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions of Minecraft. The new pack will have add […]

Mortal Kombat X Has Been Cancelled On PlayStation 3 And Xbox 360

Sad news, those of you who are still rocking old generation consoles. Mortal Kombat X has now been cancelled on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The versions were delayed previously, but have now been entirely scrapped. In a statement, Warner Brothers said: After months of development, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has come to the […]

September Games With Gold Features Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition

It’s coming up to the end of the month, and that means it’s free games time. Yesterday, we learnt Grow Home was going to headline PlayStation Plusnext month on PLayStation 4, but now we know Microsoft’s showing for September too. From September 16th to October 15th on Xbox One, Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition will headline […]