Posts Tagged ‘Xbox Series X’
 
 
 
 
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Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gen 2 Xbox Series X Review

Jumping into a new generation of consoles can be filled with challenges. Not only do you need to buy new hardware, you’ll likely want some new games. Traditionally, you’ve also had to buy brand new accessories as well. This has...
 
 
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Xbox One Games Seem To Require Online Check In Before Working On Xbox Series X

When I originally tested backwards compatibility on the Xbox Series X, I did something most people would do with their consoles: I connected it to the internet. I ran through my tests, checking out the Auto HDR implementation o...
 
 
 
Series X
 

Bright Memory Xbox Series X Review

If you’ve been following the Xbox Series X for long, you may remember Bright Memory Infinite, the incredibly flashy first-person shooter/slasher shown off in May’s Inside Xbox. What you might not know is that Bright Memory Infi...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
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Rocket Chainsaw’s Xbox Series X Impressions Roundup

It’s finally here. The dawn of a new console generation. It’s been just under seven years since Microsoft launched the Xbox One and now it’s finally time to put that behind us and move forwards. Both the Xbox Series X|S console...
 
 
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DiRT 5 Xbox Series X Impressions

Racing games have long been the clear and easy benchmark for a next generation console. From Forza Motorsport to Driveclub, the relatively enclosed spaces needed for tracks and real-world point of reference have made racing gam...
 
 
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Ori and the Will of the Wisps Xbox Series X Impressions

I’ve been a fan of the Ori IP ever since I saw the trailer for the first game. I’ve bought the original game four times now (the original release, the upgrade to the definitive edition, a physical copy and now the Nintendo Swit...
 

 
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Xbox Series X Backwards Compatibility Impressions

In a generation where backwards compatibility initially took a backseat, it was wonderful to see Xbox’s dedication to bringing it back with a vengeance. Simply getting past generation’s games to run on Xbox One wasn’t enough, w...
 
 
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Yakuza: Like a Dragon Xbox Series X Impressions

It was only relatively recently that I was introduced to and played a Yakuza game for the first time. In fact, that first experience was my review of Yakuza Kiwami, a fantastic remake of the first game in the franchise. Now, th...
 
 
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Forza Horizon 4 Xbox Series X Impressions

Over the course of the last generation, Playground Games have cemented themselves as the current champions of racing games. After starting off by showcasing America, they have taken us through their own versions of Italy, Austr...
 

 
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Gears 5 Xbox Series X Impressions

When I reviewed Gears 5 last year, I spoke of a game that was incredible to look at but faced the odd hitch that brought it down slightly. It was a visual experience that has stuck with me since, while also playing the game on ...