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Final Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order trailer echoes Dark Forces

Final Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order trailer echoes Dark Forces

This morning the folks at EA and Respawn released their final trailer for the game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. This trailer shows the main character Cal Kestis, Jedi Padawan, in trouble. He's living in a time immediately following Order 66, and you know what that means - fun for everyone!

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Xbox All Access returns offering Project Scarlett upgrades: What to know

Xbox All Access returns offering Project Scarlett upgrades: What to know

Last year, Microsoft began offering a financing program called Xbox All Access. With it, those who sign up can finance the purchase of an Xbox, along with subscriptions to Xbox Live Gold and Game Pass, through monthly payments. Microsoft is bringing back Xbox All Access here at the tail-end of 2019, though this time it has some additions.

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Xbox mobile accessories kickoff Project xCloud push with MOGA Gaming Clip

Xbox mobile accessories kickoff Project xCloud push with MOGA Gaming Clip

In addition to the Pixel 4, Google's upcoming Stadia cloud-based game streaming has dominated that section of the news where tech and gaming intersect. It isn't the only company with big game streaming plans in the works and Microsoft is also getting the ball rolling with its own Project xCloud program. So it's not really a surprise that Microsoft is now making an announcement to somewhat remind interested players that all that they might need is a $14.99 accessory for the ideal xCloud experience.

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Darksiders Genesis release dates announced with Stadia and PC up first

Darksiders Genesis release dates announced with Stadia and PC up first

Up until this year, the Darksiders series was pretty much a known quantity, with its third-person action platforming. Then E3 2019 rolled around and THQ Nordic revealed Darksiders Genesis, a spin-off that quite literally gives the series a fresh perspective. Today, we're learning when Darksiders Genesis will release, and it seems those playing on PC and Google Stadia are going to enjoy a bit of early access.

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The Outer Worlds launch trailer emphasizes player choice

The Outer Worlds launch trailer emphasizes player choice

The launch of The Outer Worlds from Obsidian is right around the corner, so it's little surprise that the game got a fancy launch trailer to build up hype (or, perhaps, to tempt people who may be on the fence). Indeed, if you were already excited for The Outer Worlds, this trailer will probably just get you even more ready to become a spacefarer.

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Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 hit with a delay

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 hit with a delay

Earlier this year, Paradox Interactive and Hardsuit Labs surprised us all by announcing a sequel to Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines. That game was first released way back in 2004, so 15 years down the line, there probably wasn't anyone left with hope that someone would one day create a sequel. Unfortunately, those of you who have already waited 15 years for Bloodlines 2 will have to wait a little longer, as the game has been hit with a delay.

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Xbox One adds fine-grained control over offensive text messages

Xbox One adds fine-grained control over offensive text messages

While not generally true, some gamers do have a reputation for having a rather loose tongue, especially during competitive gameplay. That's probably fine if you're simply among peers of the same age range but can be a problem when a more heterogeneous mix is involved. It especially becomes dangerous when there are younger gamers in play, like when using a family-owned console. At long last, Microsoft is finally giving Xbox One owners the ability to censor some potentially harmful speech and even gives an almost ridiculous amount of control over it.

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Xbox Live outage hits core services ahead of Fortnite’s return

Xbox Live outage hits core services ahead of Fortnite’s return

Microsoft is currently experiencing a massive Xbox outage that is impacting the platform's core services, as well as hit game Fortnite. The outage impacts Xbox Live, which is currently preventing some users from signing into their accounts on Xbox One consoles. Microsoft has acknowledged the issue and is working on it, but there's no word on when users can expect things to be fixed.

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Now the Apple Store will sell you an Xbox controller: Here’s why

Now the Apple Store will sell you an Xbox controller: Here’s why

Apple just revealed an Xbox One wireless controller in their online Apple Store - but why? Because just so long as you've got the latest version of iOS, iPad OS, or Apple TV, you can play games wirelessly with the Xbox One controller. This comes just after the launch of Apple Arcade, the brand's first game subscription service for multiple platforms.

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PUBG cross platform console play gone live UPDATE: New PUBG ID

PUBG cross platform console play gone live UPDATE: New PUBG ID

Today the folks at PUBG Corporation made the cross-platform experience a reality. Per their note this morning, update 4.3 introduces cross platform play to users on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 (PS4). Because of this, users around the world will be able to toss their hat into the same ring at the same time, allowing console users to destroy PC players and say, look, I didn't even use a keyboard.

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The 3 best Xbox One bundles in Fall 2019

The 3 best Xbox One bundles in Fall 2019

Microsoft currently has a bunch of Xbox One bundles for sale - as is generally the case - so we took a look at which bundles were best. Our ranking system is different from most, as we take into account the value of the game that comes with the Xbox, the model Xbox we're considering, and the customizations done to the console (or complete lack thereof). Here we decide which bundle is best for you at the tail end of 2019.

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Xbox One Google Assistant support joins Alexa and Cortana

Xbox One Google Assistant support joins Alexa and Cortana

Though Microsoft was at one point all-in with Cortana, lately it's been opening up its platforms - specifically Xbox - to more voice assistants. Last year, the company added Alexa compatibility to Xbox One, and soon, Google Assistant will be joining the fray as well. A beta is launching today for all Xbox users before rolling out on a broader scale later on down the road.

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