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|Analyst Explains Why Xbox One Is Struggling With Lack of New IPs, Single Player Games A Riskier Bet|
Added: 08.01.2018 2:47 | 3 views | 0 comments
Microsofts had the worst luck as far as their first party initiatives go this generation- multiple of their anticipated games in development have had troubles and met with cancellations, such as Scalebound and Fable Legends, their major first party franchises are beginning to feel tired and losing their selling power in the market, such as with Halo or Gears, and their new efforts have all failed to stick- such as Quantum Break and Sunset Overdrive.
|The Gamesmen, Episode 199 Play Roles to the Big Two|
Added: 07.01.2018 8:51 | 2 views | 0 comments
Join Hardlydan and Amras89 for game talk and fun! This time, The Gamesmen talk about the Intel Kernel Bug and do a little RPG this week. Games discussed are Cuphead, Dungeons & Dragons, Just Cause 3, Marvels Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series, Nine Parchments, Quantum Break, Dying Light, and Xenoblade Chronicles 2.
|January 2018's Humble Monthly Might Be The Best One Yet|
Added: 02.12.2017 18:48 | 2 views | 0 comments
The Long Dark, Quantum Break and more make up the early unlocks for Humble Monthly in January 2018.
|Bugged visuals mar Quantum Break's impressive Xbox One X upgrade|
Added: 29.11.2017 12:30 | 4 views | 0 comments
Out of the many Xbox One X upgrades we tested during the preview period, , featuring the choice between 1080p and '4K' modes - both a leap over the base Xbox One's 720p - along with enhanced detail. Visually, it offered a night and day improvement over the existing version of the game, moving to line with the PC release running on mid to high-end hardware. There was just one problem - performance. The good news is that frame-rate problems are essentially a non-issue in the final release, but the bad news is that several distracting visual bugs have been introduced: distracting artefacts that weren't in the port when we first looked at it.
From our perspective, Quantum Break is an important release for the new console, because the beefed-up hardware represents an opportunity to allow one of Microsoft's most impressive exclusives to more closely reach its full potential. Remedy's original game is one of the most technically demanding console titles ever made, featuring an advanced real-time global illumination system and a brilliant effects pipeline, put to use via a stunning time-warping gameplay mechanic. Combined with the slow-motion gunfights and powerful soundtrack, Quantum Break is a stand-out experience.
Xbox One X offers the opportunity to unshackle the game from the confines of the original hardware and in many ways, it achieves this with much success. Going back to the preview code, we noted a 1440p presentation scaled up to an approximation of 4K via Remedy's temporal filtering technique, but hitting a stable 30fps proved challenging, with the game often dropping frames and introducing screen-tear as a consequence. It seemed that a native 1080p mode was included in order to iron out the performance issues, while still offering an image quality boost over the 720p of base hardware.
|Get a Xbox One Digital Copy of Assassin's Creed: Origins for £37.99|
Added: 09.11.2017 11:07 | 13 views | 0 comments
Xbox One S Minecraft bundle with COD: WWII, Quantum Break and Halo 5 for £199.99, 12 month Xbox Live sub for £31.65, Samsung Galaxy S8 under £524.
|Quantum Break +1 Trainer|
Added: 07.11.2017 18:27 | 4 views | 0 comments
Never worry about running out of bullets again in Quantum Break by making use of this trainer
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