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Killer Instinct on Steam will get cross-play between Windows 10 and Xbox One

Get ready for the combo breakers going cross-platform.

Xbox and Windows 10 introduces Creators Collection

A barrage of indie games coming to Xbox and Windows 10 users

90’s Throwback shooter gets a release date

If you’re a child of the late 80’s, early 90’s, who loves digging into their old caches of games to indulge in some nostalgic gaming action, then Strafe is definitely for you. Devolver Digital has announced that the omen to 90’s shooters Strafe will be released on 28 March 2017 on both PlayStation 4 and Windows PC. The indie title, developed by Pixel Titans, takes you on a ...

Play NES, SNES, SEGA Mega Drive and more games on your Xbox One browser right now

Remember the Nesbox app that was originally created to play various retro games on the Xbox One? Microsoft ultimately squashed it because of obvious licensing issues with Nintendo and SEGA, but that’s not stopped the developer from taking advantage of the recent unified Windows 10 operating system update. You can now quite literally play any NES, SNES, SEGA Mega Drive, Gameboy or Gameboy Adv...

If Forza Horizon 3 is the standard for Play Anywhere, sign me up

Forza Horizon 3 fever has hit the SA Gamer office pretty badly. We haven’t seen Dawid for weeks, but we can find him on Xbox One where he accepts party invites and talks about cars. A lot. We aren’t even sure if he is eating or sleeping but he is level 172, so I guess he is getting sustenance in some way that he can keep performing in the races. In fact, the bug has bitten me too. Ther...

Review: ReCore (Xbox One)

Great potential lost due to some core issues

Go grab the Forza Horizon 3 demo on Xbox One right now!

We’re just about starting with the holiday gaming cycle where all the big games for the year are being released one after the other. Forza Horizon 3 is one such game, which we’re getting in two weeks time, and if you’re still on the fence, or like me just plain broke, you can get your hands on a demo for the game that is available at the Xbox store right now. Some of the cars you...

Soon you’ll use your mouse and keyboard to make Halo 5 maps in Windows 10

The Halo series is synonymous at bringing FPS shooters to consoles and releasing hit-after-hit over the years. Those who don’t frequent Halo online might not be as familiar with the massive map-making community. To date this community have built some amazing levels that other users can download and play on, but this was always limited to using a bit of a clunky method by designing levels usi...

Gamescom: ReCore receives a new gameplay trailer

In just under a month you’ll finally get to play ReCore exclusively to Xbox and Windows 10, but if you’re having a hard time waiting for the game to launch there’s a new gameplay video that’s just launched at the Xbox Showcase at Gamescom. Players will be in charge of Joule Adams as she joins her Corebot companions in her effort to save humanity in the world of Far Eden. Th...

Is Windows 10 trying to get you to stop using Steam?

According to Tim Sweeney – who used to be a very close friend of Microsoft, Windows 10 might be up to something with regards to its Universal Windows Platform. Sweeney has criticized the closed nature of the platform before but it seems now he is concerned that Windows is trying to phase out Win32 apps. If they succeed in doing so they will be one step closer to forcing all apps and games to...

Full list of games that would support Xbox Play Anywhere

The full list of upcoming games that will support Microsoft’s Xbox Live Play Anywhere program has been announced. The program allows gamers to purchase the game once, and have it playable on both Xbox One and Windows 10. The games included on the list are as follows: We Happy Few ReCore Forza Horizon 3 Gears of War 4 Cuphead Halo Wars 2 Sea of Thieves Scalebound State of Decay 2 Crackdown 3 ...

Microsoft confirms that Xbox Live Gold not needed for new Cross-buy platform

  One of the best services announced by Microsoft was the Play Anywhere service, which enables you to play certain games you buy once, on both Xbox One and PC. Microsoft confirmed that the service, along with the language region feature, as well as background music will also be available to all Xbox Live users. You will still need Xbox Live Gold to enjoy multiplayer features, including the ne...

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