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Cars 3: Driven To Win Review — Kachiga, not Kachow!

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The Story of Inti Creates and Their Rise in the West

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The Xbox Has Brand New Avatars

GIF Remember Microsoft’s Avatars, those wobbly caricatures that danced around the Xbox 360’s dashboard? They’ve been sidelined ever since the release of the Xbox One, but that doesn’t mean the company has given up on them. The Untold Story Of The Xbox 360 Avatars When it launched in 2005, the Xbox 360 was, certain issues aside, a successful product. But it was… Read more They’re being overhauled in the Fall, given not just a new look, but loads of new features as well, from the ability to ride vehicles to colour wheels that let you customise your hair and wardrobe. Advertisement It’s weird, but I miss these guys. Mine looked more like me than my Mii ever did, and their presence helped make the Xbox 360 a little less serious. I know they’re technically still around and accessible, hence the update, but I’d love it if they could be brought more to the forefront of the Xbox One’s UI. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

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Just Dance 2018 Officially Announced; Four New Songs Confirmed

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FIFA 18’s Story Mode “The Journey: Hunter Returns” Teased in New Trailer; More Gameplay Shown Off

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Deadly Premonition: The Board Game Receives a Time-Lapse Gameplay Video

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Data Shows Xbox Gamers Aren't Using Backward Compatibility Much

Backward compatibility is a big draw for console gamers nostalgic for older titles, but new data shows that Xbox One players don’t spend much time revisiting backward-compatible Xbox 360 games. A new Ars Technica report that grabbed stats from nearly a million Xbox Live users showed that, on the Xbox One, only 1.5 percent of these gamers’ time is spent revisiting Xbox 360 titles. “Microsoft said in late 2015 that Xbox One users had spent nine million hours playing Xbox 360 games on the Xbox One in its first month or so of availability. That may sound like a big number, but it averages out to just a few minutes of playtime for each of the tens of millions of Xbox One owners out there,” Ars Technica explains, adding, “In our sample, Xbox Live users on Xbox One averaged about 23.9 minutes with backward compatible games over 4.5 months.” Microsoft introduced backward compatibility to the Xbox One in 2015, but only on a game-by-game basis. The announcement at E3 proved wildly popular. Ever since, a slow-drip of 360 games has migrated to the Xbox One’s store each week. But despite the initial hype, Ars Technica’s sample of Xbox Live users…

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Red Dead Redemption’s Ending Was a “Controversial Decision” For Rockstar [SPOILERS]

Red Dead Redemption Lead Designer and Co-Writer explains how the ending of the game was a quite tough decision to take for the studio. …Read More The post Red Dead Redemption’s Ending Was a “Controversial Decision” For Rockstar [SPOILERS] by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.

Red Dead Redemption’s Ending Was a “Controversial Decision” For Rockstar [SPOILERS]

Red Dead Redemption Lead Designer and Co-Writer explains how the ending of the game was a quite tough decision to take for the studio. …Read More The post Red Dead Redemption’s Ending Was a “Controversial Decision” For Rockstar [SPOILERS] by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.

FIFA 18 Coming September 29, 2017; Switch Version Uses Old Game Engine and Doesn’t Feature The Journey Mode

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FIFA 18 First Look Announced For Tomorrow

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Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn will be Free to NBA Playgrounds Owners on Nintendo Switch for a Limited Time

Saber Interactives Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn will be free for Nintendo Switch players when it releases this fall to make up for the temporary lack of online play for NBA Playgrounds on Nintendo Switch, which is on its way. …Read More The post Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn will be Free to NBA Playgrounds Owners on Nintendo Switch for a Limited Time by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.