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Xbox Series X controller Razer Wolverine V2 vs TE vs Ultimate

Xbox Series X controller Razer Wolverine V2 vs TE vs Ultimate

A new version of the Razer Xbox controller was revealed today for Xbox Series X and S. Razer Wolverine V2 is one of three Razer Wolverine controllers available from Razer right now, the lot of which work with Xbox Series X and S. Razer Wolverine V2 is the least expensive of the three, with the Tournament Edition adding on another $20, and the Ultimate adding another $30 on top of that.

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Minecraft Dungeons update – Cross-platform play live!

Minecraft Dungeons update – Cross-platform play live!

As of this week, Minecraft Dungeons adds cross-platform play. This means that users can play together between Nintendo Switch, Windows PC, Xbox, and PlayStation. If you've got a character on your PC, you can drop in to a dungeon and blast your enemies right alongside your friend on Nintendo Switch. This will not affect cloud saves - but that's coming soon too.

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Minecraft Star Wars Mash-up pack is a giant, game-changing DLC

Minecraft Star Wars Mash-up pack is a giant, game-changing DLC

This week Minecraft revealed a massive DLC for Star Wars. This is an official expansion pack in Minecraft for the entire Star Wars universe*. This is different from the few Star Wars character packs and such that've been released in the past. This is what Minecraft calls "the biggest DLC mash-up in the history of Minecraft!"

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Xbox Game Pass Ultimate updated: Disney+, EA Play just the beginning

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate updated: Disney+, EA Play just the beginning

All eyes might be on tomorrow's launch of the Xbox Series X, but it turns out Microsoft has some big plans for Xbox Game Pass too. Tomorrow, of course, is the day that EA Play access arrives for Game Pass Ultimate subscribers, and today, Microsoft detailed the EA Play games that will be playable on Android through Cloud Gaming. The company also announced a slate of games heading to Xbox Game Pass in the coming weeks, and confirmed a new team up with Disney+.

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Xbox Series X is basically silent

Xbox Series X is basically silent

In the time I've had the Xbox Series X in for testing and review, I've had trouble hearing it. This probably won't be an issue for most people - most people wont want their Xbox to make a sound. For most people, the most ideal situation is that the Xbox Series X won't make any noise when it's running because the cooling system it uses does its job in silence.

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Xbox Series X Review – Console as time machine

Xbox Series X Review – Console as time machine

Xbox Series X is a doorway to the next generation in console gaming. Xbox Series X also launched with the ability to play the vast majority of Xbox games (Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One), making the lot look and feel better in the process. It might seem to most that buying a new Xbox is a foregone conclusion - of course, why not? The question isn't if, but when, and why?

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Here’s how Sea of Thieves is improving on Xbox Series X

Here’s how Sea of Thieves is improving on Xbox Series X

Being a first-party Xbox game, we expected that Sea of Thieves would be getting something in the way of next-generation improvements on Xbox Series X/S. Today, developer Rare detailed those next-gen changes, telling players what they'll be able to expect for the game when Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S launch on November 10th.

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Dragon Quest XI S free demo promises 10 hours of gameplay

Dragon Quest XI S free demo promises 10 hours of gameplay

Final Fantasy may be regarded as one of the most iconic JRPG titles but Dragon Quest definitely comes a close second, especially in age and length. While its creators are biding their time for a new installment, Square Enix is still squeezing out as much as it can from the last title. While Dragon Quest XI S Definitive Edition might still be a month away, a free demo has just been released that lets you taste its features beforehand, preparing gamers for hours and hours of content on end.

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Apex Legends Season 7 gameplay trailer shows us Horizon in action

Apex Legends Season 7 gameplay trailer shows us Horizon in action

For a little while now, EA and Respawn Entertainment have been teasing Apex Legends Season 7. This is a big one for Apex Legends, because not only will a new character called Horizon be launching for the game, but Apex Legends will also be going live on Steam with the arrival of the new season. Today, EA and Respawn published a new gameplay trailer that gives us an even better idea of what to expect from Apex Legends Season 7, particularly when it comes to Horizon's abilities.

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Path of Exile 3.13 update delayed to avoid Cyberpunk 2077

Path of Exile 3.13 update delayed to avoid Cyberpunk 2077

Earlier this week, Cyberpunk 2077 was delayed for a third time, with CD Projekt Red moving the game's release date from November 19th to December 10th. As a result of this delay, Grinding Gear Games - the developer behind famed free-to-play action RPG Path of Exile - has decided to announce a delay of its own. The company has announced that the release of Path of Exile 3.13 will be moved from December to January to avoid the release of Cyberpunk 2077.

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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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