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Shadow of the Tomb Raider gameplay revealed: Peruvian PS4 play in effect

Shadow of the Tomb Raider gameplay revealed: Peruvian PS4 play in effect

This morning we're getting a look at the latest in Shadow of the Tomb Raider gameplay. This video was recorded on a PlayStation 4 Pro, or so PlayStation suggests. This is a PS Underground video, after all, and there's no true way of knowing what's up until we get the opportunity to play the game on our own, on our own hardware. In this video, Lara Croft begins her quest in an underwater swim-off the likes of which will remind you of your all-time favorite Alien movie, Alien Resurrection!

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Xbox Scarlett game streaming service and next-gen console details leak

Xbox Scarlett game streaming service and next-gen console details leak

During E3 2018, Microsoft revealed that it is working on next-gen Xbox consoles, something sources later claimed are codenamed "Scarlett." The company also confirmed in June that it is developing its own game streaming service akin to Sony's PlayStation Now, something that will work on "any device." Today a new report claims to offer additional details about Microsoft's plans, including two new consoles and more info on the streaming service.

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Halo Infinite Battle Royale: Don’t get your hopes up

Halo Infinite Battle Royale: Don’t get your hopes up

Battle royale is a genre that's quickly taking the world by storm. On the heels of successful titles like PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Fortnite, many developers have started implementing battle royale modes in their own games. This is starting to extend to long-running, triple-A game franchises as well, with Call of Duty and Battlefield both slated to get battle royale modes in this year's releases.

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Microsoft shares its Xbox plans for Gamescom

Microsoft shares its Xbox plans for Gamescom

Even though it feels like E3 2018 just ended, we'll soon be onto our next big gaming conference of the year: Gamescom. Gamescom is one of the largest gaming trade shows around - outpacing E3 significantly in terms of attendance - so naturally, many game companies will be heading there to show of their latest and greatest. Microsoft confirmed today that it will be at Gamescom next month, and it teased some of the items it'll have on display.

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Xbox update: 1810 Preview released with Dolby Vision streaming support

Xbox update: 1810 Preview released with Dolby Vision streaming support

Inside the latest Xbox One update (preview edition) is a whole bunch of bits and pieces you're going to want to get a handle on. This update brings about Dolby Vision Video Streaming - that's a first. With this update, Dolby Vision video streaming brings HDR "up a notch" with systems such as Netflix Premium - you'll need a premium subscription for that, but still.

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Xbox One Minecraft and PUBG summer bundles arrive this week

Xbox One Minecraft and PUBG summer bundles arrive this week

Just in time for the hottest part of summer comes a great excuse to stay inside: two new Xbox One bundles. The two new sets, which Microsoft is calling its "summer bundles," are for two wildly popular games -- Minecraft and PUBG. Both bundles feature the Xbox One console in X and S variants, as well as copies of the games and more.

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Xbox One won’t have VR, mixed reality and this is why

Xbox One won’t have VR, mixed reality and this is why

The Sony PlayStation might be getting a lot of flak lately over its Fortnite cross-play snub, but PS fans can now gloat over the Xbox rivals over one aspect. The PlayStation has its own VR system and, if things continue as they are now, the Xbox won’t. Microsoft is now practically going back on its own marketing that plays up the Xbox One X as being capable of “high-fidelity VR”. And beneath its reason is the simple fact that it doesn’t foresee making money out of console VR.

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Fortnite on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One X side-by-side comparison

Fortnite on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One X side-by-side comparison

Massively popular battle royale game Fortnite is now available on the Nintendo Switch, and some frustrating news for PS4 users aside, it's a pretty exciting arrival. The game brings the full Fortnite experience, including fort building, of course, but some have expressed concerns over the quality. Turns out, it's not so bad.

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Next-gen Xbox “Scarlet” said to be gaming device family

Next-gen Xbox “Scarlet” said to be gaming device family

The next-gen Xbox will be a family of new consoles, not just a single successor to the Xbox One X, as the rumor mill works its magic as the backdrop to E3 2018. Although Microsoft launched a new Xbox only last year, work is unsurprisingly underway on its replacement, with an aggressive roadmap for just when we could see fresh gaming hardware hit shelves.

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Xbox Adaptive Controller accessibility gamepad goes up for preorder

Xbox Adaptive Controller accessibility gamepad goes up for preorder

Microsoft unveiled its Xbox Adaptive Controller, an accessibility controller, last month following a big leak. That same controller is now available to preorder from the company, though it still won't be shipping to buyers until September. Not familiar with the controller? Here's everything you need to know.

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Generation Zero is PUBG meets Stranger Things [Trailer 1]

Generation Zero is PUBG meets Stranger Things [Trailer 1]

The game Generation Zero is a formulaic combination of elements made solid as a video game for several platforms. In the first trailer you'll feel the culmination of several 1980's-vibe properties - like Stranger Things, Guardians of the Galaxy, etcetera. You'll also see a game that should remind you of PUBG. The game isn't described as working the same as PUBG, but as PUBG is the biggest game in this genre (cooperation FPS, outside of Fortnite), that's what people will think.

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No Man’s Sky multiplayer, Xbox One details announced

No Man’s Sky multiplayer, Xbox One details announced

No Man's Sky was a game that showed a lot of promise and made even more. Like many promises, some of those were not kept, or at least that's how players felt. The game that mashed up multiple genres into a galactic-sized persistent world was off to a rocky start after enjoying a period of pre-launch hype. It received both highly positive and grievously negative reviews. To its credit, developer Hello Games has since then picked up the pace in addressing and correcting some of its missteps as gamers might soon discover in the upcoming Xbox One and multiplayer launch, due in two months.

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