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Star Wars: Battlefront season pass gets you 16 maps, and a custom emote

Star Wars: Battlefront season pass gets you 16 maps, and a custom emote

Season passes are the new fad for AAA games. Buying one is a way to give money to a publisher up-front, in exchange for a discount on DLC that will come out over a period of time. Sure, it saves you some money, if you plan on buying all of the DLC, but it turns your $60 game into a $110 game. So what does the season pass for Battlefront get you?

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DICE gifts classic Dragon Valley map to Battlefield 4 players

DICE gifts classic Dragon Valley map to Battlefield 4 players

With Battlefield Hardline having been out for almost 8 months, and Battlefront's release date just around the corner, you'd think that EA would be ready to drop support for Battlefield 4, right? Well, back in September, they debuted a new map for all Battlefield 4 owners for free, which was a surprise. And they're gearing up to do it again.

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New Xbox One Experience rolling out, here’s what’s coming

New Xbox One Experience rolling out, here’s what’s coming

It's a massive day for fans of Microsoft's products. Well, maybe except for Windows Phone enthusiasts. Microsoft has just started the rollout of the biggest Windows 10 update for desktops and tablets yet. And, at the same time, it has also started the rollout of the New Xbox One Experience, sometimes called NXOE, which practically brings Windows 10 to the console gaming world. Since this is a huge update that contains dozens of changes, it might be easy to get lost. Here are some of the highlights that NXOE will bring to your Xbox One console.

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Fix New Xbox One Experience issues with this guide

Fix New Xbox One Experience issues with this guide

With big updates come the likelihood of issues. Today, Microsoft released the New Xbox One Experience, and while it seems to be going smoothly for most, there are some people that are plagued with issues ranging from voice controls not working to being unable to sign into your account. Don't worry though, Microsoft is already addressing these issues.

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Microsoft removes Kinect Gestures in latest Xbox One update

Microsoft removes Kinect Gestures in latest Xbox One update

Since Microsoft started releasing Xbox One bundles without the Kinect, people have been wondering if the device is facing its death. It's definitely a valid concern, since the decision to exclude the Kinect from a majority of bundles leaves the market with a fractured ownership base. When everyone had one, it was easier for developers to justify the integration of features that took advantage of the accessory. Well, tomorrow's Xbox One update will add another nail to the gadget's coffin.

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Fallout 4’s Codsworth can say these 924 names

Fallout 4’s Codsworth can say these 924 names

When Bethesda announced that Fallout 4's Codsworth would have a long list of names that he would pronounce, many people got excited. However, it was hard to guess just what kind of names we'd see. Would they be your average run-of-the-mill names? Or would they actually allow some of the more...creative ones? Well, now that the game is out, a user on Reddit managed to compile a list of every single name he can say.

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Dark Souls III collector’s editions items revealed in leak

Dark Souls III collector’s editions items revealed in leak

Dark Souls III, the latest entry in developer From Software's punishingly difficult action-RPG series, is moving ever closer to its April 2016 release on the PS4 and Xbox One, and as with any big game at this pre-release stage, details on pre-order and collector's editions are starting trickle out. It seems one games retailer in the United Arab Emirates of all places has spilled the beans, however, and posted early listings for both of Dark Souls III's special editions.

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Xbox One backwards-compatible games list made official

Xbox One backwards-compatible games list made official

In the old days of console gaming, there wasn't much a worry about backwards-compatibility. You just kept your old machine and games around, and just played that way. These days, consoles don't quite last like they used to, and digital downloads can complicate matters. Starting November 12th, the Xbox One will be backwards-compatible with older Xbox 360 titles. And we've got a list of the first 104 games to be compatible.

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Fallout 4 Review

Fallout 4 Review

America is an irradiated wasteland. Your environment in Fallout 4 is what Judge Dredd might refer to as the "Cursed Earth" part of North America. In it, your alternate reality is littered with extravagant industrial designs and the white bread attitudes of the 40's and 50's dashed into desolation and dreariness. You play the part of yourself in a third- or first-person perspective, tossed into a terrible, terrible place. You will take part in assuring the survival of the human race with a combination of attribute selections, the collecting of helpful materials, murdering mutants, and keeping your chin up!

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Xbox One Elite Controller Review

Xbox One Elite Controller Review

It's been several weeks since I first laid hands on the Xbox One Elite Controller. I've come to the following conclusion: I've never reviewed a device that's so unnecessary and yet so completely worth the cash it costs at the same time. "Oh god," you might say, "I could have bought myself a whole month's worth of pizza with the money I spent on this controller." Not long after, you might find yourself saying "Oh my goodness I can't believe I ever used a controller other than this one... it's so good, and feels so right."

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Fallout 4 for Xbox One comes with a weird free gift

Fallout 4 for Xbox One comes with a weird free gift

The Xbox One has come a long way since it was first announced. After a fair bit of initial backlash, the console has proven to be a solid successor to the 360. They're rolling out a big update next week that will bring one of the most-anticipated features to the console, backwards-compatibility. And those purchasing Fallout 4 next week will get a little surprise, along these lines.

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Fallout 4 cars come to Microsoft’s Forza Motorsport 6

Fallout 4 cars come to Microsoft’s Forza Motorsport 6

Now here's a bit of an unexpected cross-over: Xbox One gamers are getting treated to a special set of Fallout 4-themed cars as DLC for the recently released racing game Forza Motorsport 6. Feast your eyes on the vehicle above, a 1956 Ford F100 adorned with Vault-Tec logos and looking it's rolled right out of the post-nuclear apocalypse that makes up the world of Fallout 4. Forza 6 players can download that pickup truck starting today, and it's completely free.

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