Archive for July 2016
CyberKnight and MossFly cover a light news week. Rainbow Six Siege is free to play this weekend. Games with Gold for August are announced. A bunch of games have been added to Xbox One’s backwards compatibility. Rumors about Nintendo’s NX console give us lots of room for speculation.
CyberKnight, MossFly, Prego Magic, and FireMedic recap the week. Nintendo is bringing retro back with a mini-NES. Microsoft announced a Gears of War Edition Xbox One, with early access to Gears of War 4. Evolve gains a million players after going free-to-play on the PC. Rise of the Tomb Raider comes to the PS4 with some extra VR-compatible content. Rocket League is ready for cross-play at the flick of a switch, but Sony hasn’t approved it yet.
CyberKnight, Mossfly, and Prego Magic meet for this week. Microsoft backs off on its promise for Play Anywhere for all first-party games. Evolve will be free-to-play on consoles, too. Kerbal Space Program launches on consoles. Rovio stops supporting Angry Birds for Windows. Overwatch gets a big patch and a new character. People get stupid with Pokémon Go. And much more!
CyberKnight, Mossfly, and Devastator are joined by Prego Magic for this week’s show. The Bioshock Collection is coming to PC and consoles this September. Also launching in September is Xbox Play Anywhere, with Recore as the launch title. The Windows Anniversary Update will finally bring background music to the Xbox One. Summer Games Done Quick raises money for Doctors Without Borders. Microsoft puts loads of games on sale this week. EA adds some new games to the Access Vault. Red Dead Redemption comes to Backwards Compatibility this week. Plus hypes, gripes, culture, and more!
Mossfly, FireMedic, and Pops recap this week’s gaming news. Halo 5 goes free for all Gold members for a limited time. Oculus drops its hardware-locking DRM. The Division launches its first paid DLC pack. Xbox Fitness is shutting down. The Xbox One Elite controller sells 1 million units. Overwatch launches the first season of competitive mode. July brings new Games with Gold. Doom update brings a “classic mode” UI with the gun centered, just like the old days. Plus hypes & gripes and more!