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Wolfenstein: Youngblood release date set, Buddy Pass detailed

Wolfenstein: Youngblood release date set, Buddy Pass detailed

Back at E3 2018, Bethesda revealed Wolfenstein: Youngblood, the fourth entry in MachineGames' run with the series. Today, we're learning when the game will be here, and Bethesda is giving us a look at gameplay by way of a new trailer. The next Wolfenstein game will be dropping in the middle of summer, which means we don't have too much longer to wait.

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Microsoft reveals a slew of Xbox Game Pass indie titles

Microsoft reveals a slew of Xbox Game Pass indie titles

It seems that console makers are becoming quite fond of using video presentations to announce upcoming games. Yesterday, Sony launched a new video series called State of Play, which detailed a number of upcoming titles for both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR. It wasn't long before Microsoft answered Sony with a new show of its own, dubbed ID@Xbox Game Pass.

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Final Fantasy VII retells its epic story on Switch and Xbox One

Final Fantasy VII retells its epic story on Switch and Xbox One

There are more than fifteen major Final Fantasy titles and innumerable spin-offs but the most famous one of all is probably Final Fantasy VII with its iconic characters that have seen more than one incarnation in other games. The first in the franchise to jump ship from Nintendo to Sony, FF7 is almost ironically making its way back home with the release of the game on the Nintendo Switch but is also setting foot for the first time on Microsoft's Xbox One system.

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Xbox Games with Gold April lineup includes the good Star Wars: Battlefront 2

Xbox Games with Gold April lineup includes the good Star Wars: Battlefront 2

Microsoft has revealed the four games on tap for Xbox Live Games with Gold in April, and it seems the company is continuing its Star Wars kick. April will be the third month in a row where Microsoft has included a classic Star Wars game through Games with Gold, with Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy and Star Wars: Republic Commando featured in February and March's respective lineups.

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There’s a new Lord of the Rings game coming, and it focuses on Gollum

There’s a new Lord of the Rings game coming, and it focuses on Gollum

Lord of the Rings fans have a new game to look forward to today, as Daedalic Entertainment has announced Lord of the Rings - Gollum. As the title indicates, the game will put players in the role of Gollum and explore his journey through Lord of the Rings' narrative. Creating a game that centers around Gollum of all characters definitely seems a little strange, but depending on how it plays, it could offer a neat twist on the series.

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Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 revealed after 15 years of waiting

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 revealed after 15 years of waiting

15 years after it first debuted, Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines is getting a sequel. Bloodlines 2 was revealed at GDC by Paradox Interactive - which now owns the rights to the tabletop RPG Bloodlines takes inspiration from - and Hardsuit Labs, which is acting as the developer on the game. After going a decade and a half without any real mention of a sequel, fans of the original were probably thinking the game would never get a follow up, which makes this announcement a pretty pleasant surprise.

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Disc-less Xbox One S release reportedly May as box art leaks

Disc-less Xbox One S release reportedly May as box art leaks

For at least a few months now, we've been hearing rumors of an upcoming all-digital Xbox One S. This rumored console is said to ship without a disc drive, which would essentially make it the entry-level machine for the Xbox One family. Today, we're getting a glimpse at what its box art could look like, along with a rumored launch date for the console.

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FDA launches anti-smoking ‘One Leaves’ Xbox game for teens

FDA launches anti-smoking ‘One Leaves’ Xbox game for teens

The FDA teamed up with FCB New York, an advertising agency, to launch One Leaves, an anti-smoking Xbox and PC game targeted at teenagers. The game is offered under the tobacco prevention campaign "The Real Cost," and is part of an initiative discouraging teens from picking up the habit. Players are introduced to a horror storyline, one involving, of course, the death and diseases caused by smoking.

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Microsoft flips the switch on Xbox One PC streaming

Microsoft flips the switch on Xbox One PC streaming

Yesterday, Microsoft took its first step toward bringing Android apps to Windows 10 PCs through phone mirroring, and today, it's bringing PCs to Xbox One. Microsoft has updated its Wireless Display app, which has been around a few years, to support PC streaming to Xbox One consoles. There are a lot of ways this functionality could be useful, but one of the biggest advantages is that it'll let you play PC games on your TV using your Xbox One controller as an input.

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Xbox One Phantom White controller is official: Pre-order now

Xbox One Phantom White controller is official: Pre-order now

The previously leaked white version of the Xbox Phantom controller was made official this evening during Microsoft's Inside Xbox livestream. The company officially took the wraps off its Phantom White Special Edition model, offering console owners the chance to pre-order a unit now or pick one up from their favorite game retailer starting in early April.

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Minecraft will be available on Xbox Game Pass starting April 4

Minecraft will be available on Xbox Game Pass starting April 4

Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft's subscription service for console owners, will get Minecraft starting next month. The addition will appear on April 4, enabling subscribers to play in the blocky world without purchasing the game individually. The title will support online multiplayer for subscribers who also have an Xbox Live Gold membership.

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Halo: Master Chief Collection PC release confirmed: The good and bad news

Halo: Master Chief Collection PC release confirmed: The good and bad news

As we speculated earlier this week, Microsoft plans to bring Halo: The Master Chief Collection to PC. The announcement is one of two pieces of good news -- the company is also adding Halo: Reach to the MCC. PC gamers will be able to get their hands on the collection via Steam and the Microsoft Store, but there's a catch that might disappoint some players.

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