Posts Tagged ‘Xbox One Games’

If you’re in the market for a Xbox One, you may want to check out this new Special Edition Quantum Break Bundle sporting a Cirrus White design.

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After enjoying a lucrative Black Friday sales week, which saw Xbox One break a number of United States sales records, Microsoft has once again decided to introduce a number of savings that it believes will make Xbox One competitive against Sony’s recently announced Uncharted Collection and Star Wars: Battlefront PlayStation 4 bundles.

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Gaming fans looking to pick up Microsoft’s Xbox One on launch day this November will be able to choose from a rather vast array of games when they get the shrink wrap off their new piece of kit after Microsoft made available a list of games that will be available at launch.

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It’s a well known fact that Europeans love their football, or soccer, as it known in some parts of the world, and as a sweetener, Microsoft is throwing in a free copy of FIFA 14 with every Xbox One pre-order. The move, which is an overt attempt to pull in consumers tempted by the PlayStation 4, was announced by the Redmond company at the Gamescom trade show in Germany, and will be available to all pre-orderers while stocks last.

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Microsoft may have announced its Xbox One console significantly later than Sony did the PlayStation 4, but the software maker appears to be making up for lost time in spades. Today, the company has announced a boatload more games heading to its forthcoming console, bringing the current total up to fifty. With more on the way, we’re finally getting down to the really tantalizing bit as far as the gaming community is concerned, and with such a wide variety of games now confirmed for the Xbox One, there’s something for everyone.

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With the dust having settled on the Xbox One used-games policy that marred the announcement of the Redmond console, gamers can finally get down to looking forward to the great titles set to grace the forthcoming console. Microsoft has already confirmed that first-party games will cost the consumer $60 before tax, and since value added tax is regular throughout the UK, this equates to around £50 for British gamers.

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Microsoft only recently announced its Xbox One game console, and while we still don’t actually know when exactly is the machine actually going to be available for purchase, we do now know what its games will look like. Or more accurately, we know what the boxes belonging to those games will look like.

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