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Original Dead Rising titles will be re-released on Xbox One, PS4, PC

Original Dead Rising titles will be re-released on Xbox One, PS4, PC

We recently learned that Dead Rising 4 is in the works, but for those who are new to the series and want to see how it all began, Capcom has you covered. The developer confirmed today that the original Dead Rising will be coming to Xbox One, PS4, and PC, while Dead Rising 2 and its spin off, Off the Record, will be getting the same treatment, only without a PC release. Capcom confirmed the existence of these re-releases after a PS4 trophy list for the original Dead Rising was leaked.

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Xbox One S release date revealed, 2TB console hitting shelves first

Xbox One S release date revealed, 2TB console hitting shelves first

After revealing the Xbox One S at its E3 showcase last month, Microsoft has finally given us a launch date. The company says that the Xbox One S will be releasing in select regions on August 2, along with a standalone wireless controller that comes with a textured grip and Bluetooth connectivity. In order to connect the controller to your computer through Bluetooth, though, you'll apparently need to be running Windows 10 with its Anniversary Update.

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CoD4 Modern Warfare: see the first 8 minutes of Remastered gameplay

CoD4 Modern Warfare: see the first 8 minutes of Remastered gameplay

When the newest Call of Duty entry, Infinite Warfare, was announced earlier this year, most of the excitement seemed to focus on the debut of a fully remastered Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, easily the most popular game in the series. While we've only seen a handful of images and brief clips of the new, graphically enhanced version, Activision has now released a video with a full eight minutes of gameplay.

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Gears of War 4 adorns first special edition Xbox One S

Gears of War 4 adorns first special edition Xbox One S

The new Xbox One S, a smaller, redesigned version of Microsoft's game console, won't be available until August, and already there's a special edition model announced. As you'd expect, it's themed after Microsoft's biggest exclusive title for the upcoming holiday season: Gears of War 4. The console drops the One S's white shell for a dark red, adorned with the Gears logo and laser-etched claw marks.

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Kinect Adapter for Xbox One S, Windows 10 now on pre-order

Kinect Adapter for Xbox One S, Windows 10 now on pre-order

In just a month or so, Microsoft will be launching a new console. No, it's not the Project Scorpio, of course. Well, half a new console, probably. The Xbox One S is scheduled to go out to the public in August, and as if to confirm that schedule, the Xbox Kinect Adapter for the smaller box can now be pre-ordered with shipping scheduled for August 31. And you'll probably need want to get one soon if you plan on doing anything Kinect related with the Xbox One S, or your Windows 10 PC for that matter.

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Overwatch’s latest hero revealed as Ana, a sniper who can heal

Overwatch’s latest hero revealed as Ana, a sniper who can heal

After much speculation, today Blizzard has finally revealed the first new character for its ridiculously popular shooter Overwatch. That new hero goes by the name of Ana, and she'll be bolstering the support class with her introduction. That will be a welcome relief for many support players, who for the most part have relied on just Mercy and Lucio when their team needs a healer.

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Microsoft plots Project Scorpio trade-up programs for Xbox One owners

Microsoft plots Project Scorpio trade-up programs for Xbox One owners

One of the most exciting things Microsoft revealed at E3 2016 was its new console, which for now has the working name of Project Scorpio. This new machine promises to bridge the gap between consoles and PCs even further, offering up 4K resolutions at 60 frames per second and support for virtual reality. That's all well and good, but what about those who have already bought in to the Xbox One platform?

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Microsoft apologizes for Xbox Play Anywhere miscommunication

Microsoft apologizes for Xbox Play Anywhere miscommunication

Microsoft's play to have games and gamers glued to its platform, no matter what device, is a two-edged sword. What may be good news for some, especially PC gamers who feel left out of all the titles made exclusive to the Xbox consoles, is seen by others as an omen. Naturally, its announcement late June that all future Microsoft Studio titles will be part of its "Play Anywhere" program was met with mixed reception. Well, apparently the jubilation/consternation was a tad too early, as Microsoft has backtracked from its earlier "incorrect" blog post, limiting Play Anywhere titles to only those it showcased as such at E3.

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Rocket launch sim Kerbal Space Program lands on PS4

Rocket launch sim Kerbal Space Program lands on PS4

Hit indie game Kerbal Space Program will be released on the PlayStation 4 on July 12th, the developer has announced. If you've never heard of it, KSP is an odd-ball simulator that tasks players with designing and building their own rockets, successfully launching them, and then flying into space to complete missions. While it keeps things light-hearted with its cute Kerbal race of alien creatures, KSP is known for its very realistic use of physics when it comes to launching spaceships.

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Early VR hit ‘Adr1ft’ arrives on PS4 next week

Early VR hit ‘Adr1ft’ arrives on PS4 next week

One of the most-talked about early releases for both the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive platforms was the VR game Adr1ft. Released by developer Three One Zero, the game puts players in a first-person perspective of an astronaut trying to survive in space following a space-station collision. Imagine a scenario similar to that of the movie Gravity, but upping the tension by experiencing it in virtual reality. Now Adr1ft has been revealed to be coming to both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.

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Resident Evil 4 for PS4 and Xbox One will release August 30

Resident Evil 4 for PS4 and Xbox One will release August 30

In late February, Capcom announced that it would be releasing Resident Evil 4, 5, and 6 this year for the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4. All has been quiet since, up until today. The current-gen launch date for Resident Evil 4 has been announced: August 30. When that day roles around, fans will be able to get the title for their newest Xbox or PS4, though it won’t be remastered for the latest hardware. It will, however, include all of the game's bonus content.

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The Witcher 3 Game of the Year Edition confirmed, August release date rumored

The Witcher 3 Game of the Year Edition confirmed, August release date rumored

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a game that has captivated critics and gamers alike, but if you've been waiting for an inevitable Game of the Year edition before getting in on the action yourself, your time might be coming up. After being leaked in a listing by German ratings board USK, developer CD Projekt Red has come out and confirmed the game's existence for Xbox One, PS4, and PC, failing to give many details beyond the fact that it actually is coming.

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