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Well, That's One Way To Fix The Xbox One's Backwards Compatibility

It still irritates me that the Xbox One isn’t backwards-compatible. From Red Dead to GTA V, there are old games I still own and still want to play, but because I don’t have an Xbox 360 anymore (one died and I traded the other in for the XB1), they just… sit there.


People Aren't Crazy About The Latest 'Fix' To Destiny's Toughest Boss

There’s a long-running joke amongst gamers and developers: It’s not a bug, it’s a feature! Usually it’s a self-aware joke — some bug or glitch disrupts the game either visually or even functionally, but it’s sometimes entertaining enough to keep in or consider a part of the experience. For once, I find myself telling that joke with a straight face. That teleporting trick in Destiny‘s final raid boss fight? It’s not a bug, it’s a feature!


Bungie (Sorta) Explains Why Some Of Destiny's DLC Is On The Disc

For weeks now, Destiny players have been glitching into walls and finding secrets that they weren’t meant to see. Buried in the game’s files are all sorts of hidden zones that you can’t access normally, some of which will be used for Destiny‘s upcoming downloadable content.


Sunset Overdrive, Without All The Cursing

I’m not usually the sort of gamer who’s uncomfortable with excessive profanity or gore, but I found Sunset Overdrive’s tone grating enough at points that I decided to give its swear filter a shot last night. I was pleasantly surprised to find that it actually makes the game a lot more charming in its own small way.


They Weren't Kidding When They Said Final Fantasy Type-0 Was Dark

A couple months ago at PAX Prime, Final Fantasy Type-0 director Hajime Tabata told reporters that this game was dark. Really dark. “It’s a much more mature game than what you’ve seen before,” he said.


Destiny's New DLC Kinda Screws Over Xbox Players

On December 9, Bungie will release The Dark Below, a new expansion pack for Destiny. For $US20, you’ll get some new story missions, some multiplayer maps, a raid and two new strikes. Unless you’re on Xbox.


Here's What's New In Destiny's First Expansion

The Dark Below, as it’s called, will bring new missions, gear and a level cap increase to the game.


Is That You, Mr Skellington?

Briefly: Today’s Destiny update doesn’t just add a few small tweaks to the game; it also delivers each player a handful of consumable pumpkin-head masks. Each mask lasts 30 minutes, which is more than enough time to beat a strike while looking stylin’.


Tips For Playing Sunset Overdrive

Well hello there, fellow denizens of the awesomepocalypse. Looking forward to firing up Sunset Overdriveon your Xbox One in the near future? As I noted in my review: this can be a really great game, but appreciating it requires some extra legwork. Here are some tips to help you get there.


Being Scottish With An Xbox One Is A Daily Struggle

But only if you want to use Kinect.