Since the backward compatibility for Xbox 360 games on Xbox One has been announced at E3, fans have been cheering.
Microsoft has, since back then, held a voting over which games that fans wants to see playable on Xbox One. Below are the standings for the moment with Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption having the lead, narrowly followed by CoD: Black Ops 2.
1. Red Dead Redemption
2. Call of Duty: Black Ops 2
3. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
4. Halo: Reach
5. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
6. Gears of War 3
7. Call of Duty: Black Ops
8. Fallout 3
9. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
10. Mass Effect 3
11. Bioshock Infinite
12. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
13. Fallout: New Vegas
14. Mass Effect 2
15. Gears of War 2
16. Call of Duty: World at War
17. Left 4 Dead 2
18. Grand Theft Auto IV
19. Halo Wars
20. Batman: Arkham City
You can vote for your favorite Xbox360- game at the following link: https://xbox.uservoice.com/forums/298503-backwards-compatibility
It might become playable on Xbox One, so why not give it a try at least?
As of yesterday, Microsoft has revealed a 1TB version of their console- the Xbox One.
The new model will start shipping in the US on June 16 and select markets later this month and will be available starting at $399.
Along with the new model, a new controller will be released, one with a jacket for headsets. ‘HALO: THE MASTERCHIEF COLLECTION’ Will also be included for a limited time.
Microsoft has also announced that starting yesterday, the 500GB model will be available at $349 in the United States and select markets.
What will be Sony’s move now?
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The Legend of Zelda Wii U is no longer scheduled to release this year, Nintendo has announced.
The game will not be shown during this year’s E3, either.
Apparently, the freedom in this forthcoming Zelda- title is never before seen in any game in the franchise. And this gave the development team new ideas about the gameplay, ideas that Nintendo wants to see tried and implemented. That is why the new title will likely be delayed to maybe next year, as there seems to be a lot of stuff that could be done which has not been before thinked of.
Check out the development update from Nintendo and make up your own opinion. Enjoy!
Sony has announced that a remastered version of ‘GOD OF WAR 3’ will make it’s way to Playstation 4.
This version will have a 1080p resolution and will run at the smooth 60 fram per second. It will also feature a ‘Photo Mode’.
‘GOD OF WAR 3’ Remastered Edition will arrive on July 14, 2015.
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Nintendo’s Chief Executive Satoru Iwata told under a press conference two days ago that its next-generation console is, for now, called NX, and is currently under development with a “brand new concept.”
Under the same conference, Iwata told journalists that an official announcement and possibly more details on this will come from the company next year. E3 2016, anyone?
Iwata has also confirmed the rumors that have been circulating the Internet for a while now and that is that Nintendo is going mobile. Togheter with partner DeNA, they will release their original series for mobile devices. No word on if which OS this applies to but I am assuming that it will be both iOS and Android.
This is a bit old, as the news appeared on Gamingbolt like 9 days ago, but as I look forward to the game and as I will buy the PS4 console and this game, it feels relevant to me.
Magicka 2 will release for PCs and PS4 on May 26th, and will “soon” to be available for pre order on the PS4. PC gamers can already now preorder it. The pricetag is $14.99 for both platforms. Those that preorder will get access to the game togheter with 3 firends, on 5th May already. European Playstation users will get the access one day later – on 6th of May.
The announcement was accompanied with a release of a launch trailer in 60FPS.
Watch it below:
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Sony’s Playstation 4, has sold 20,2 million units as of March 1st, making it the fastest- selling videogame console ever, the company told on Wednesday.
The PS4 was launched in November 2013 and reached the 20 million milestone in less than a year and a half. As a comparition, it took a year and seven months to sell that many units for the PS2, which is the most sold console of all- time.
Nintendo had sold 9,2 million units of WiiU between November 2012 and December 2014 and Microsoft has sold around 10 million units of Xbox One in almost 12 months by November 2014.