News items tagged with xbox 360

Fallout: New Vegas 2 is Doubtful, Says Obsidian

Fallout: New Vegas 2 is Doubtful, Says Obsidian

At E3 2018, Microsoft revealed that it was expanding its first-party studio roster, and a result, it appears that the company is reportedly close to acquiring Obsidian Entertainment, which is best kn...

By Joshua Duckworth on 15 October 2018
L.A. Noire Won't Fit on a Nintendo Switch Hard Drive

L.A. Noire Won't Fit on a Nintendo Switch Hard Drive

Rockstar Games will be releasing L.A. Noire on the Nintendo Switch later this month, giving fans a chance to play the hit detective mystery game on the go. However, actually getting to play the game...

By Jasmine Henry on 15 March 2018
Fallout: New Vegas Dev ‘Would Love’ to Make New Fallout

Fallout: New Vegas Dev ‘Would Love’ to Make New Fallout

Should one ask practically any fan of Bethesda’s wildly popular post-apocalyptic RPG franchise what their favorite entry is, it’s almost certainly a given they will answer that their most beloved ins...

By Kyle Sledge on 15 March 2018
Fallout 3 Remake Mod Cancelled for Legal Reasons

Fallout 3 Remake Mod Cancelled for Legal Reasons

Due to legal reasons, the Road to Liberty mod team had to cancel Fallout 3 mod project. The Fallout 3 remake mod that was supposed to be housed in Fallout 4 was pulled because of copyright infringeme...

By Janine Engelbrecht on 15 March 2018
Fallout 3 Remake Mod Showcases New Gameplay

Fallout 3 Remake Mod Showcases New Gameplay

About a month ago, the mod team known as Road to Liberty released a trailer for its Fallout 3 remake mod dubbed “Capital Wasteland,” showing fans how the project looks within the Creation Engine used...

By Kyle Sledge on 15 March 2018
7 Xbox Games You Forgot Used Kinect

7 Xbox Games You Forgot Used Kinect

[sg_popup id=”1″ event=”onload”][/sg_popup]When Microsoft Kinect launched in 2010, it was initially a major success, and holds the Guinness World Record of being the fastest selling consumer electron...

By Dalton Cooper on 15 March 2018
Xbox One Free Games with Gold for September 2017

Xbox One Free Games with Gold for September 2017

Microsoft has now officially unveiled exactly which titles will become available for free during the month of September 2017 for its Xbox Games with Gold program. As usual, the tech company has now g...

By Kyle Sledge on 18 July 2017
Mass Effect: 7 Most Memorable Moments in Series History

Mass Effect: 7 Most Memorable Moments in Series History

Following an exciting N7 Day that saw the release of a new Mass Effect: Andromeda trailer, Game Rant looks back at the most memorable moments in Mass Effect history. With the Mass Effect trilogy, Bio...

By Dalton Cooper on 15 March 2017
Mass Effect 2 and 3 Now Playable on Xbox One

Mass Effect 2 and 3 Now Playable on Xbox One

As part of the N7 Day celebrations, BioWare announces that Mass Effect 2 and 3 have both been added to the Xbox One backward compatibility list as of today. This year’s N7 Day has been exciting for M...

By Dalton Cooper on 15 March 2017
Payday 2: 6 Heist Crews We Would Pay For

Payday 2: 6 Heist Crews We Would Pay For

Payday 2 already has criminals from John Wick and Point Break as playable options and we’re ready for more DLC. Here are our top picks for movie-inspired playable characters. One of the sleeper hits...

By Denny Connolly on 15 March 2016
Payday 2 Adding Point Break DLC

Payday 2 Adding Point Break DLC

With the remake of beloved heist movie Point Break set to release this month, Overkill releases free and paid DLC that brings the characters and events into Payday 2. The Payday series has never been...

By Evan Hopkins on 15 March 2016
Xbox Free Games with Gold for October 2015

Xbox Free Games with Gold for October 2015

Last month was a fairly decent month for Microsoft’s Games with Gold program, with the company offering the likes of Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition on Xbox One and Crysis 3 on Xbox 360. With the ann...

By Dalton Cooper on 15 March 2016
Xbox One December Backward Compatible Games

Xbox One December Backward Compatible Games

Microsoft reveals 16 new Xbox 360 games that are now playable on Xbox One, which includes the likes of Fable 3, Halo: Reach, Portal: Still Alive, and more. One of the biggest announcements at E3 2015...

By Dalton Cooper on 15 March 2016
Xbox Free Games with Gold for January 2016

Xbox Free Games with Gold for January 2016

Microsoft announces January 2016’s free Games with Gold games for Xbox 360 and Xbox One, including Deus Ex: Human Revolution and the first season of Killer Instinct. Xbox Live Gold subscribers that a...

By Dalton Cooper on 15 March 2016
Fallout 3 is Unbanned in Germany

Fallout 3 is Unbanned in Germany

Germany officially lifts its ban on Fallout 3, which could mean that Bethesda is working on putting out a re-release of the popular post-apocalyptic RPG. For those not in the know, Germany originally...

By Kyle Sledge on 15 March 2016
Mass Effect Remasters Aren't Likely to Happen

Mass Effect Remasters Aren't Likely to Happen

Video game publisher Electronic Arts explains why the tentative remasters for the original trilogy of the science fiction franchise Mass Effect won’t happen. Despite the fact that Electronic Arts’ Ex...

By Kyle Sledge on 15 March 2016
EA Pulls Mass Effect 2 Donald Trump Propaganda Video

EA Pulls Mass Effect 2 Donald Trump Propaganda Video

After Donald Trump tweeted a fan-made trailer for the politician based on Mass Effect 2, Electronic Arts has requested and enforced the removal of the footage from YouTube. As a gaming journalist, re...

By Riley Little on 15 March 2016
Portal Fan Creates Murderous Christmas Carol

Portal Fan Creates Murderous Christmas Carol

An extremely talented fan of Valve’s puzzle-shooter hybrid Portal writes, animates, and directs a music video for a Christmas carol parody using elements from the game. In order to celebrate Christma...

By Kyle Sledge on 15 March 2016
Free John Wick DLC for Payday 2

Free John Wick DLC for Payday 2

Payday 2 heisters are well-aware that the first-person shooter/theft game likes to make references to other video game and film properties fairly often. Just a month ago, the marketing campaign for...

By Denny Connolly on 15 March 2015
Life is Strange Episode 3 Review

Life is Strange Episode 3 Review

SPOILERS: This review contains MAJOR SPOILERS for Life is Strange: Episode 2.  Like the previous two episodes, the mellow, indie-rock aesthetic of Life Is Strange Episode 3: “Chaos Theory” hits a m...

By Melissa Loomis on 15 March 2015
Could 'Battlefield' Games Embrace Early Access

Could 'Battlefield' Games Embrace Early Access

As one of Electronic Arts’ best selling franchises, any game in the Battlefield series is going to have high expectations attached to it. The latest to have said hopes pinned to their lapel before...

By Jasmine Henry on 18 July 2014
'Payday 2' Sales, 'Payday 3' Feature Tease

'Payday 2' Sales, 'Payday 3' Feature Tease

GTA 5 may be the don of organized crime titles, but until the game’s servers go live on October 1st, Payday 2 remains the biggest stick-up artist in town. Released back in August of this year, the...

By Samuel James Riley on 15 March 2014
Thief

Thief

Garrett the Master Thief is back! And he’s suffering from the most fashionable of video game protagonist ailments: amnesia. After a prologue in which Garrett and his impatient ex-apprentice Erin br...

By Hannah Shaw-Williams on 15 March 2014
Eidos Montreal Hopeful of 'Thief' Sequel

Eidos Montreal Hopeful of 'Thief' Sequel

A clumsy Thief is a dead Thief – or so you might think. Eidos Montreal‘s much anticipated sneak-em-up title finally sleuthed into view earlier today, only to be met with a barrage of lukewarm criti...

By Samuel James Riley on 15 March 2014
'Payday 2' Gage DLC

'Payday 2' Gage DLC

Here’s to the heist, the hoard and the heat that follows. This year has certainly seen its fair share of audacious raids and botched break-ins, owing largely to the efforts of two of America’s most...

By Samuel James Riley on 15 March 2014
Valiant Hearts: The Great War

Valiant Hearts: The Great War

They called it the Great War, but for an entire generation of people it was the scariest time of their lives. Not just for the soldiers either, but for any man, woman, or child who was a part of or...

By Anthony Taormina on 15 March 2014
Crysis 3 -- '7 Wonders' & Gameplay Round-up

Crysis 3 -- '7 Wonders' & Gameplay Round-up

It hasn’t been the best week for futuristic extraterrestiral-hunting first-person shooters (see: Aliens: Colonial Marines) nor, for that matter, Electronic Arts-published first-person shooters (see...

By Brian Sipple on 18 July 2013
Crysis 3 (The Nanosuit)

Crysis 3 (The Nanosuit)

In an industry where long-running franchises are brainlessly scrambling to be the next Call of Duty, the Crysis series has carved out a solid fanbase through a smart mix of blockbuster story moments...

By Ben Kendrick on 18 July 2013
Will ‘Battlefield 4’ Progress Be Shared Between Platforms?

Will ‘Battlefield 4’ Progress Be Shared Between Platforms?

In October 2011, we reviewed Battlefield 3 for the Xbox 360, but those of us interested in the game continued to play on with the PC version because the console version was lacking and current-gen...

By Rob Keyes on 18 July 2013
EA Survey Reveals ‘Battlefield 4’ Ideas Including Dinosaurs, DLC & Naval Combat

EA Survey Reveals ‘Battlefield 4’ Ideas Including Dinosaurs, DLC & Naval Combat

Before Dragon Age 3 was officially announced last year a leaked survey revealed key character and plot details from the game. The information originated from a leaked survey from BioWare and Electr...

By Rob Keyes on 18 July 2013
‘Battlefield 4’ Likely To Have ‘Commander Mode’; No Motion Control ‘Gimmicks’

‘Battlefield 4’ Likely To Have ‘Commander Mode’; No Motion Control ‘Gimmicks’

A week before the Battlefield 4 event in San Francisco last month during the Game Developer’s Conference, leaks, rumors and teasers provided fans a looking developer DICE’s first foray into next-gen...

By Rob Keyes on 18 July 2013
Battlefield 4 Reactions

Battlefield 4 Reactions

Taking advantage of the Game Developer’s Conference (GDC) where video game industry professionals gather in San Francisco each year for the largest industry event, Electronic Arts gathered media tog...

By Rob Keyes on 18 July 2013
‘S.T.A.L.K.E.R.’ Licence Secured By Publisher BitComposer [Updated]

‘S.T.A.L.K.E.R.’ Licence Secured By Publisher BitComposer [Updated]

After the collapse of S.T.A.L.K.E.R developer GSC Game World, series fans were left wondering what would become of the post-apocalyptic franchise. S.T.A.L.K.E.R 2 was cancelled, as remnants of GSC...

By Anthony Mole on 15 March 2013
Rockstar Games Collection Releasing in November; Gamestop Lists ‘GTA V’ for March 2013

Rockstar Games Collection Releasing in November; Gamestop Lists ‘GTA V’ for March 2013

From open-world crime operas to open-range spaghetti westerns, from substance abusing detectives to detectives who draw a self-righteous line at adultery, Rockstar Games’s reputation precedes it. W...

By Brian Sipple on 15 March 2013
‘Battlefield’ Celebrates 10th Anniversary With $10 Games

‘Battlefield’ Celebrates 10th Anniversary With $10 Games

All week long, Electronic Arts and DICE and celebrating the 10-year anniversary of their flagship shooter franchise, Battlefield. The decade has hosted many releases in the series, beginning with the...

By Rob Keyes on 18 July 2012
Why 'Bad Company 3' Isn't the Next 'Battlefield'

Why 'Bad Company 3' Isn't the Next 'Battlefield'

Unlike the certain perpetuity of the core Battlefield franchise, DICE’s Battlefield: Bad Company series exists in a state of perpetual uncertainty. Since Battlefield: Bad Company 2 released in 2010...

By Brian Sipple on 18 July 2012
Crytek Considering a ‘Crysis 4’ — But it May Not be an FPS

Crytek Considering a ‘Crysis 4’ — But it May Not be an FPS

  It’s an inevitable question faced by successful trilogies: What’s next after Volume 3? When the magic and mythos incepted by designers and artists and storytellers fulfills its intended purpose, i...

By Brian Sipple on 18 July 2012
Fuse & Crysis 3

Fuse & Crysis 3

With all of the talk of the next generation of consoles, it’s easy to forget that the PS3 and Xbox 360 (and now the Wii U as well) are still capable of impressive feats. Two upcoming games, Crysis 3...

By Anthony Mole on 18 July 2012
Crysis 3 (7 Wonders)

Crysis 3 (7 Wonders)

Crysis 2 may have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the stunning visuals and Nanosuit powers won’t be making a return to PC and consoles soon. With Crysis 3 fast approaching, EA and Crytek have t...

By Andrew Dyce on 18 July 2012
Pre-Order ‘Crysis 3,’ Get ‘Crysis’ For Free

Pre-Order ‘Crysis 3,’ Get ‘Crysis’ For Free

For the longest time, Crysis set the bar for graphics. Players often joked about the game’s maximum settings, which required some pretty impressive hardware to run. Even by today’s standards, the ga...

By Anthony Mole on 18 July 2012
Bethesda May Have Acquired Rights To ‘S.T.A.L.K.E.R.’

Bethesda May Have Acquired Rights To ‘S.T.A.L.K.E.R.’

It was a sad, sad day when developer GSC Game World closed its doors and ceased development of S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2. However, there might still be hope for the franchise, as Skyrim developer Bethesda h...

By Anthony Mole on 15 March 2012
NASA to Launch ‘Portal 2’ into Space

NASA to Launch ‘Portal 2’ into Space

Many gamers probably thought that last year’s Portal 2 was out of this world. Not only did fans get to return to the dark, depressing depths of Aperture Science, but they got to finish what they st...

By Riley Little on 15 March 2012