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Fallout Shelter will be on Xbox One & Windows next week

Fallout Shelter will be on Xbox One & Windows next week

Fallout Shelter, the hit mobile game that ties into the post-apocalyptic RPG series, will be playable on the Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs starting February 7th. While far from offering the in-depth, expansive experience of a true Fallout title, Shelter still offers some fun vault building and management mechanics. The version coming to Microsoft's two platforms will be the same as the mobile game first released in 2015, however it will remain free to play.

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Xbox One Ocean Shadow and Winter Forces controllers launched

Xbox One Ocean Shadow and Winter Forces controllers launched

Microsoft has taken the wraps off a pair of new Xbox One controllers, the turquoise-colored Ocean Shadow Special Edition model and the modern-camo Winter Forces Special Edition Controller. Both of these controllers will be available to Xbox One and Xbox One S owners across the world starting on February 7, says the company. Both controllers will cost $69.99 USD.

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Microsoft Project Scorpio console details leak, 4K still in question

Microsoft Project Scorpio console details leak, 4K still in question

While TV makers and content producers are trying hard to push for more 4K content, one of the largest entertainment sector remains on the fence about it. While console makers like Sony and Microsoft proudly advertise support for 4K resolutions, they aren’t making a forced effort to push game developers in that direction. It seems that Microsoft won’t be changing its tune any time soon, even with the still to be formally named Project Scorpio console. Reading between the lines of leaked developer materials, the console could indeed support 4K but would still let game developers use the added power for other things instead.

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Overwatch’s Year of the Rooster event begins, see what’s new

Overwatch’s Year of the Rooster event begins, see what’s new

As we told you last week, Overwatch will be celebrating the Chinese New Year in style with a brand new Year of the Rooster event that kicks off today. If you're a fan of Overwatch, you probably know the drill by now. Maps will getting festive makeovers for the duration of the event, while Blizzard has added more than 100 new cosmetic items to the game that can only be obtained by earning (or buying) Year of the Rooter loot boxes.

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Xbox One S 1TB bundles with Halo Wars 2, Forza Horizon 3 revealed

Xbox One S 1TB bundles with Halo Wars 2, Forza Horizon 3 revealed

If you're thinking of picking up an Xbox One S but aren't really interested in any of the bundles that are currently available, you may want to hold out a few more weeks. Today Microsoft announced a new pair of bundles that will feature two of the Xbox One's biggest games. Even better is the fact that they'll contain 1TB consoles, which is a big step up from the standard 500GB Xbox One S.

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Tekken 7 release date, pre-order bonus Eliza announced

Tekken 7 release date, pre-order bonus Eliza announced

Good new for fighting game fans: Tekken 7 finally has a release date. It has a lot more than just a release date too, with Bandai Namco making a bunch of Tekken-related announcement today. The new information coming our way today includes details on Tekken 7's collector's edition, season pass, and how to unlock the character Eliza from Tekken Revolution, so there's a lot to get through.

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Halo Wars 2 multiplayer beta now live on Xbox One & PC

Halo Wars 2 multiplayer beta now live on Xbox One & PC

Microsoft launched the second multiplayer beta for the upcoming real-time strategy game Halo Wars 2 on Friday, making it available to all Windows 10 PC users, as well as Xbox One players with a Xbox Live Gold subscription. The new beta will run through Monday, January 30th, and builds on last summer's Halo Wars 2 trial by introducing the Blitz gameplay mode, which is designed to speed things up, giving players a more action-oriented experience.

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Xbox One backwards compatibility expands with Tekken 6, two others

Xbox One backwards compatibility expands with Tekken 6, two others

Microsoft's ever-growing backwards compatibility list just got a bit longer with the addition of three new titles, the most notable of them being Tekken 6. As with all the other games already on the list, Xbox One owners will be able to play these older Xbox 360 games on the current-gen Microsoft gaming console, breathing new life into one's old-ish video game collection.

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New Micro Machines World Series game release incoming

New Micro Machines World Series game release incoming

One of the most iconic series of miniature car toys will be bringing their first proper video games in YEARS to consoles and PC. This game is part of the official Micro Machines video game series, previously released by such publishing companies as Camerica, Ocean Software, Midway, THQ, Infogrames, and Chillingo. Previous developers include such elder groups as Big Red Software, Merit Studios, Mindscape, Supersonic Software, and Infogrames Sheffield House. Now it's time for a modern release.

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Overwatch celebrates the Year of the Rooster next week

Overwatch celebrates the Year of the Rooster next week

Just a couple of weeks after its Holiday event wrapped up, Overwatch is gearing up to celebrate the Chinese New Year. We don't know a whole lot about this Year of the Rooster event at at the moment, as Blizzard is keeping details painfully slim. We do, however, have a start date and a preview of a couple legendary skins that will be up for grabs.

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Resident Evil 7 biohazard will be a Play Anywhere title

Resident Evil 7 biohazard will be a Play Anywhere title

Even before zombies or mutated critters were hot (presuming they are), Resident Evil was already scaring the bejeepers out of gamers since 1996. Now past its 20th birthday, the title is undergoing a bit of a facelift in the latest installment, Resident Evil 7 biohazard. To make that celebration even sweeter, Microsoft's Phil Spencer will be inducting the game into its exclusive club of Xbox Play Anywhere titles. Which means you only need to buy the game once and play it not really anywhere but on both Xbox and Windows PC.

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Xbox Inflatable is Microsoft’s pool accessory for Australia Day

Xbox Inflatable is Microsoft’s pool accessory for Australia Day

Microsoft is no stranger to introducing oddity products. There’s the Xbox Onesie, for example, the hooded set of pajamas designed with the Xbox logo and giant pockets for stowing your controller. Now the company is back with another unusual product, this one being a giant pool inflatable designed to look like an Xbox One controller.

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