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#101

Don’t say MS never gives you nothing for free.* Go now and get AAA studio AOL’s latest hit, Ben-Hur!!!

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/p/ben-hur/c586j8cd39zl

http://imgur.com/1pb4FTr

Just read these glowing reviews:
“It’s like Yaris with horses.”

and

“This explains the spike in xb1 sales…”

*I have no idea if MS is responsible for this being free or not, but it’s not on the PS4, so MS it is.


#102

WWE 2K16 is free though.


#103

:sob:


#104

And Spelunky.


#105

#106

I highly recommend this game if you are an XBO-only gamer.


#107

WHAT YOU TRYNA SAY


#108


Let’s GO!


#109

I’m actually really tempted to check this out again, but I’m guessing the campaign does now hold up very well. I more remember the no-scope kar98k multiplayer kills.


#110

CoD 2 was one of my favorite all-time MP games. So many fun times with that game!!


#111

#112

From your #1 source of gaming news, USA Today:

Loftis says Microsoft is already exploring virtual reality options and games for Xbox, which will support VR with Scorpio, as well as prepping titles for the boost in visual quality. “Any games we’re making that we’re launching in the Scorpio time frame, we’re making sure they can natively render at 4K.”


#113

#114

https://www.yahoo.com/tech/backward-compatible-xbox-360-games-153742330.html


#115

I hope nobody here was looking forward to this:

Scalebound, the much-hyped Platinum-developed action game that was previously scheduled for Xbox One and PC, is in trouble and may be cancelled, according to several sources.

We expect the official announcement shortly. When reached by Kotaku today, Microsoft sent over a brief statement: “We’ll have more to share on ‘Scalebound’ soon.”

From what we hear, Scalebound, an ambitious game directed by iconic Twitter blocker and Bayonetta director Hideki Kamiya, had been in development trouble for a long time. Microsoft first announced the game nearly three years ago, during the Xbox press conference at E3 2014.

We hadn’t heard or seen anything of Scalebound in recent months, and it was curiously missing from an Xbox Wire post last week that talked about the future of Xbox One. Microsoft has also removed the official Scalebound page from the Xbox website.

That demo at E3 looked rough. And not fun. So, this wouldn’t be surprising.


#116

What game?


#117

Dudes twitter avatar fits his tweet well.


#118

Exactly.


#119

Oh right, Beats™ by Dragon.

Game looked incredibly boring in most of the promo gameplay Microsoft was showing off at E3. That 10 minute long boss fight snorefest from last year springs to mind immediately.

(If you don’t remember it, I don’t blame you)


#120

Oh, I remember it. Sadly.

Officially Canceled.