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Necessary to enjoy your new Christmas Xbox is a set of headphones for Xbox. You can spend up to $279 for a top gaming headset. but truth to be told, most gamers would just as well be content with headphones for Xbox in a range of between $25 and $40 or so and spend the extra money on Xbox games.
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The game that has no serendipity nor melancholy for players, has been available on PC, Xbox One and PS4 since this past September and gamers really seem to enjoy it. Penarium comes  from developers Self Made Miracle and invites players to die over and over, unless you got the circus talent to over come the humiliating deaths.  The sadistic game seeks to make a clown out of players with its ridiculous amount of death-traps. Having to survive wave after wave of bombarding ballistics, folks will...
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3Division Entertainment’s Air Missions: Hind recently joined Steam’s Greenlight seeking votes and favorites. The game is also scheduled to launch in early 2016 for the Xbox One via the ID@Xbox program. Despite being an indie game, 3Division Entertainment’s pedigree in working on the Air Conflicts series instantly gives the game a very gratifying visual appeal that’s rarely seen from titles appearing on Greenlight. You can see a teaser of what the gameplay will look like with the announce...
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Lots of big news happened following the public release of Ubisoft’s quarterly figures. They put them up for the world to see and the world saw. The reaction has been less than stellar for some camps, however, as Ubisoft made known their stance on the Wii U all while their numbers told a story itself regarding the desperate battle between the PS4 and Xbox One. Technically, it’s more like the Xbox One is in a desperate battle with it’s own image. The PS4 is just cleaning house and taking nam...
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One of the most unique and original role-playing games due out for release on multiple platforms and PC has hit a slight delay… well, it’s more like a major delay, but only because of Microsoft. Joystiq picked up an article from SEGA Nerds where they’re reporting that developer WaterMelon Co., has run into a problem with Microsoft’s certification process, as outlined on the Magical Game Factory blog. Ruby Woo wrote that… It was further noted that the issue of “certification” wouldn...