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Xbox One games out in 2014
[September 14, 2015 – 10:09 am]
Xbox One games out in 2014

Want to know which Xbox One games you should buy and which ones you should avoid? This is what this article is all about. We ve created a comprehensive list of Xbox One releases that sorts out the hits from the misses. Additionally, the USgamer team members have also posted their personal recommendations, and explain why those games are their favorites. Directly below are games we ve rated 5 stars Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare The Best - 5 Star Rated A meticulously crafted, marvelous-looking and superbly designed racer that dishes up an absolute feast of automotive madness…

Trade in Xbox One games
[September 5, 2015 – 03:26 pm]
Trade in Xbox One games

Xbox One games will require a one-time activation code to use, but you ll still be able to trade and sell them online, Microsoft tells Kotaku— although we re not 100% clear on the details. Speaking to us at the big event in Redmond today, Microsoft corporate vice president Phil Harrison clarified a couple of details about the system s used game policy and explained that there will be a solution for people who want to trade games with their friends. Here s how the system works: when you buy an Xbox One game, you ll get a unique code that you enter when you install that game…

Xbox One games coming out in December
[January 29, 2015 – 08:55 am]
Xbox One games coming out in December

The Xbox One has had one of the most controversial and much-discussed unveilings in the history of videogames. Microsoft s third home video game console was revealed this past spring with an unfortunate focus on sports and television (not the games!), which launched a hellish backlash an a thousand memes. The system was then put through the ringer by journalists and fans alike when its restrictive DRM policies were made public. But Microsoft went on to reverse its policies, so we re all good now, right? Well, we ll see. Regardless of where you stand on Xbox One, the system is…