One of the biggest disappointments when buying the Xbox One was discovering all of those Xbox 360 games wouldn’t work. Today, Microsoft announced its fix to rectify the problem by making all some a lot many those Xbox 360 games work on the Xbox One.
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So Albert Wesker, Doctor Doom, and M.O.D.O.K walk into a bar… Well, it took more than a decade, but “Fate of Two Worlds,” the third installment in the Marvel vs. Capcom series is finally here, and while Capcom delivered a great fighting game that will appease both the hardcore crowd and the newcomers, they left out several characters and game features that may leave some disappointed.
Get the Flash Player to see this player. champs Atari has announced that Champions Online is now available in stores in North America today, and will hit Europe on September 4, 2009.Â While the Windows PC version is available today, there looks to be a bit of hiccup with the Xbox 360 version according to VG247.Â It appears Microsoft and Cryptic are trying to figure out how to implement the subscriber fee on Xbox LIVE, which already has a monthly fee tacked onto it. For those who are looking forward to the experience on the PC, today is the day.
Press Release The consumer demo for Batman: Arkham Asylumâ„¢, co-published in North America by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Eidos Inc., will be available for the Xbox 360Â® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PLAYSTATIONÂ®3 entertainment system and Games For WindowsÂ® LIVE worldwide on August 7. The full game will be available at retail stores nationwide in North America beginning August 25, and in Europe and Australia beginning August 28. The demo will be offered on Xbox LIVEÂ® Marketplace for Xbox 360 and PlayStationÂ®Network for the PLAYSTATION 3. Fans can visit www.batmanarkhamasylum.com for details on how to download the
Press Release BioWareâ„¢, a studio of Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS) and Dark Horse Comics today announced a new comic book series based on Mass Effectâ„¢, the blockbuster sci-fi action videogame that IGN.com rated the #1 Xbox 360â„¢ game of all time. In Mass Effect: Redemption, the story takes readers through the treacherous events leading up to Mass Effect 2 which opens with galactic hero Commander Shepard having mysteriously gone missing and left to fight for survival. What unfolds next will expose readers to new locations, aliens and extended storyline in the Mass Effect universe. Mass Effect: Redemption is scheduled
Double Helix and Warner Bros. have teamed up to develop a Green Lantern video game for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 platforms.Â This sounds like a perfect build up to the Green Lantern movie set to debut in 2011.Â With Ryan Reynolds signed as Hal Jordan, I wouldn’t be surprised if his voice appeared in the game. There’s no confirmation from Warner Bros. on this news, so we’ll have to file it under rumors for now. Of course that news may change during the flurry of announcements from the San Diego Comic Con. via GamesBeat
I expect as November 16th draws ever near, we’ll see even more stuff from Midway Games hyping the Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe video game for Playstation 3, and the XBox 360.Â Take the jump for a look at all new screen shots of characters in action.Â Oh yes, there will be blood.
Midway Games has released the full cast list for the upcoming Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe video game.Â We’ve already seen video of The Joker, Flash, and Batman, but knowing Deathstroke and Lex Luthor can battle Sub-ZeroÂ and Kano make things more interesting. Here’s the rundown: Mortal Kombat DC Universe Scorpion Sub-Zero Sonya Jax Shang Tsung Liu Kang Raiden Kitana Kano Baraka Shao Kahn Batman Superman Catwoman Green Lantern The Joker Shazam The Flash Wonder Woman Deathstroke Lex Luthor Darkseid Gaming enthusiasts and comic-book fans alike be warned! Worlds will collide this November whenMortal Kombat vs DC Universe crashes into
Looks like Warner Bros. is going all out in the cranking up the hype machine and tie-ins for next year’s Watchmen movie.Â The company’s interactive division has announced at least two Watchmen inspired games that tie to the movie. The videogames based on WATCHMEN will go beyond the film and delve into the characters, rivalries and challenges in a mature action-brawler. The game provides gamers with visceral superhero combat as urban vigilantes Rorschach and Nite Owl. The game will be available for the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and Windows PCs in 2009.Â What’s interesting about this game announcement is the