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Xbox Series X feature could send you back to the bargain bin

Xbox Series X feature could send you back to the bargain bin

This morning Xbox official Jason Ronald revealed a major win for the Xbox Series X and S. The question of backwards compatibility with games from Xbox, Xbox 360, and Xbox One has been answered. All Xbox games, all games for Xbox 360, and all titles that worked on Xbox One, ALL of them, save a few Kinect-dependent games - will work on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. Per Ronald, the whole lot will be "available - and look and play better - on Xbox Series X|S at launch."

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Order Xbox Series X and you get this: Our unboxing and first impressions

Order Xbox Series X and you get this: Our unboxing and first impressions

This is the Xbox Series X, a gaming console released in late 2020 by Microsoft. It'd been 7 years since the release of the console called Xbox One, and high time we saw a relatively massive change in the design of the hardware. We'll be looking at the software, the games, and the overall experience in our full review, soon. Today it's all about the size, shape, and feel of the console hardware itself.

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Cyberpunk 2077 delayed again (again) – Here’s why

Cyberpunk 2077 delayed again (again) – Here’s why

Just when we thought we were out of the woods, Cyberpunk 2077 has been hit with a last minute delay. Originally slated to launch on November 19th, CD Projekt Red has made the decision to push the game back one more time. The good news is that the delay isn't a big one, as Cyberpunk 2077 will still be out before the end of the year.

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New Ubisoft games on next-gen consoles will enjoy these perks

New Ubisoft games on next-gen consoles will enjoy these perks

In just a few weeks, the gaming world will be welcoming the first new consoles from Microsoft and Sony to come in a long, long time. And with new consoles naturally come launch titles, some of which aren't exclusive to these new consoles. While you may be able to buy copies of new games for the current-gen Xbox One and PS4, you will not be able to enjoy the games at their best. At least that is what Ubisoft is implying by laying out what features of its new games you'll be able to enjoy only on the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5.

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This Mandalorian Xbox One controller costs a lot of money

This Mandalorian Xbox One controller costs a lot of money

If you're following the official Xbox Twitter account, then you may have noticed an image of a surprisingly detailed Mandalorian-themed Xbox One controller and a matching charging cradle pop up there today. That is apparently the latest creation from Controller Gear, and it'll be releasing later this year. Before you decide you want it, you should probably take a look at the price, because this controller will definitely set you back a significant amount of cash.

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Xbox Game Pass is about to get a ton of games

Xbox Game Pass is about to get a ton of games

As we close out the month, Microsoft has revealed a ton of new games that will heading to Xbox Game Pass in the final week of October and the first week of November. There are 13 games in all hitting the service over the next two weeks, with a 14th title going live later in November. As always, availability between console, PC, and Android will vary from game to game, but a number of them will be available on all three platforms.

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Xbox One owners just got a new way to stream free live TV

Xbox One owners just got a new way to stream free live TV

Redbox, the company best known for its red movie vending machines, launched a free ad-supported live streaming TV service earlier this year, one you probably haven't heard of. Bringing attention back to the service is a new announcement from Redbox revealing that Xbox One owners can now access this streaming service through their consoles.

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Could an Xbox streaming stick replace Series X or S?

Could an Xbox streaming stick replace Series X or S?

Xbox and Microsoft gaming head Phil Spencer may've just spilled the beans. In an interview this week, Spencer spoke about a whole lot of plans for the future of Xbox, including plans for "lower priced hardware" that'll work with Microsoft's game streaming service and xCloud. So maybe you won't need an Xbox Series S after all.

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Rambo is armed to the teeth in Mortal Kombat 11 gameplay debut

Rambo is armed to the teeth in Mortal Kombat 11 gameplay debut

Mortal Kombat is no stranger to having guest characters from other franchises, and in Mortal Kombat 11 alone, we've already seen the Joker, the Terminator, RoboCop, and Spawn. Those are some pretty big names, and in Mortal Kombat 11's second Kombat Pack, John Rambo will be joining that list of prestigious guest characters. Rambo was first revealed as a new character earlier this month, and today, we got our first look at how he'll play.

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This hidden Xbox Series X feature is user-friendly genius

This hidden Xbox Series X feature is user-friendly genius

Another secret weapon of sorts appeared for the Xbox Series X this week. The device and its closest relative, Xbox Series S, both work with an IR receiver hidden in the industrial design of the front of the case. Because this receiver is included, the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S console units both have the ability to work with Xbox One Media Remotes.

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Corsair HS75 XB next-gen console headset has a surprise for existing Xbox owners

Corsair HS75 XB next-gen console headset has a surprise for existing Xbox owners

With the launch dates of the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 quickly approaching, we're naturally seeing a number of companies announce accessories that are compatible with these new consoles. Today it's Corsair's turn, as the company has revealed its new HS75 XB Wireless Gaming Headset. Not only is this new headset compatible with Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs, but it'll also work with Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S when those consoles launch on November 10th.

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Marvel’s Avengers Xbox Series X and PS5 launch delayed

Marvel’s Avengers Xbox Series X and PS5 launch delayed

Marvel's Avengers seems to have lost much of the momentum it had leading up to launch, and now Crystal Dynamics has unveiled a new plan to get the game back on track. Unfortunately, this has some bad news for the release of Kate Bishop and the launch of the next-gen versions of this game, as both have been delayed past their original release windows.

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