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Focus Home Interactive E3 line-up

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With E3 just around the corner our good friends at Focus Home Interactive have revealed their line-up including presentations of the games by the developers + hands-on sessions. In addition to this they’ll be some exciting new announcements, which will be showcased behind closed doors. If you are heading to E3 this year below you’ll find the list of the games you will be able to take a look at, or even try at the Focus Home Interactive booth (West Hall 5312), next month.

    Divinity Original Sin Enhanced Edition (PS4, Xbox One, PC), the multi-award winning RPG developed by Larian Studios arrives on consoles, with a load of new features and enhanced graphics.

    Blood Bowl 2 (PS4, Xbox One, PC), developed by Cyanide Studio, smashes Games Workshop’s Warhammer and American football together, in an explosive cocktail of turn-based strategy, humour and brutality.

    The Technomancer (PS4, Xbox One and PC), a sci-fi, post-apocalyptic RPG set in a cyberpunk world from studio Spiders, that will bring you to the hazardous red planet.

    Mordheim: City of the Damned (Consoles (but which ones?), PC) is the videogame adaptation of Games Workshop’s cult classic tabletop game. This is a turn-based strategy game that blends RPG elements, fast-paced tactical combat and intricate unit customization in a time wrought by chaos and rivalry.

    Space Hulk Deathwing (PS4, Xbox One, PC) by Streum On Studio is a First-Person Shooter experience of Games Workshop’s classic boardgame Space Hulk, set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe.

    Battlefleet Gothic: Armada (PC), developed by Tindalos Interactive, is the real-time strategy adaptation » Continue Reading.

The Elder Scrolls Online final gameplay trailer

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With just days to go until the release of the highly anticipated and VERY overdue release of The Elder Scrolls Online for Xbox One, today the final installment in the This is The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited video series was released.

This third video, Exploring Tamriel, highlights the game’s expansive world. From hunting the forces of Molag Bal to gathering natural resources for crafting, to plumbing ancient ruins for treasure, your next big adventure awaits in Tamriel.

New Batman: Arkham Knight trailer

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Released on June 23rd, fans waiting patiently for Batman: Arkham Knight have today been treated to another new trailer. This new gameplay video “Time To Go To War” is a continuation of the video “Officer Down.” See more of the Dark Knight in action in this extended gameplay walkthrough, as he pays a visit to Scarecrow’s safe house and battles the forces of the Arkham Knight’s militia.

Project CARS Update 1.3 now available

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Bandai Namco Entertainment and Slightly Mad Studios the developers of Project CARS, have once again listened to its community’s feedback and have released a major update to its game in the form of Patch 1.3. The contents of this latest patch can be seen below;

PROJECT CARS XBOX ONE PATCH 1.3 FIXED ISSUES

GAMEPAD CONTROLLERS

    Added ABS brake rumble to Xbox One triggers, so that the impulse triggers will rumble on losing traction when braking. The amount of trigger rumble is controlled together with Force Feedback strength via the Force Feedback slider. Improved the efficiency of the controller rumble effect, to help make the steering more responsive Fixed an issue where moving the sticks from one extreme to the other would sometimes result in the steering getting stuck. Reworked the Xbox One analogue sticks range and axis dead zones, providing much improved steering control.

WHEEL CONTROLLERS

    Fanatec wheels – Fixed the issue with steering jolts that some users experience.

ONLINE

    Fixed an occasional crash when advancing from Qualifying to Race. Fixed an occasional crash when returning from a race to the Race Central.

DRIVER NETWORK TIME TRIAL

    Set Time Trials starting time to 11am to match the PC platform. This ensures consistent track temperatures across all platforms, as track temperatures affect lap times.

DRIVER NETWORK GHOSTS

    Enabled saving of community event ghosts. These ghosts are automatically stored online, and you can then download ghosts of other players’ laps for these events.

DRIVER NETWORK PROFILE

    Fixed an issue where at times the miles driven on a particular track or with a particular car would be logged under the wrong car or track. This improves the accuracy of the » Continue Reading.

The Xbox One controller is getting a dedicated 3.5mm audio jack

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If you ask any Xbox One owners what they would like to change on the controller, it would be the fact you need to spend another £25 on the chat adapter to get your headset working.

Well they can rejoice at the fact that new controllers will come with a dedicated 3.5mm audio jack. In fact it’s already listed on the Xbox Support Site.

There hasn’t been an official announcement from Microsoft yet but no doubt we’ll hear something soon.

Battlefield Hardline: ‘Criminal Activity’ expansion trailer

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The wait is nearly over for Premium members to get their hands on the first DLC pack coming to Battlefield Hardline. Criminal Activity brings new guns, gadgets and the Bounty Hunter game mode to the already intense cops vs robbers game.

So to keep you on the edge of your seats, check out the new expansion trailer below.

Star Wars: Rebels Pinball review

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After a slightly disappointing table for The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Zen Studios had something to prove with its next release. Fortunately, Star Wars: Rebels re-captures the excellence the developer is famed for.

The Star Wars: Rebels table is wonderfully authentic, taking lines of dialogue, sound effects and music from the animated show and the Star Wars universe of films to truly capture the Franchise feel. Additionally, an orange and yellow heavy colour scheme, desert backdrop and 3D animated ships and characters adoring the table immerse you further in the Star Wars atmosphere. It’s all very thematically in sync.

The table itself achieves an excellent balance between intuitive and challenging, offering up easy to hit lanes and targets but a fast ball pace. Again it fits the theme spectacularly, matching the action-packed fast pace of the source material. Mid-way up on the right is an easy to use third flipper for racking up the score by sending the ball back towards the bumpers. Meanwhile, the middle of the table houses targets for triggering events and an animated turbine that heats the ball up causing it to glow red, this is also where you can lock balls for the multi-ball scenario.

Each main character from the show has a mission you can take on by playing a mini-game. Whilst these are largely the same as with other tables, where you need to hit specific lanes and targets to achieve a goal, or are transported to a different play-field to hit targets, it’s once again in line with the theme and due to that authenticity feels different enough to quell any feelings of repetition, no matter how many tables you’ve played previously.

Star Wars: Rebels is thematically excellent, fast paced yet intuitive table that certainly puts to rest any concerns of » Continue Reading.

Among the Sleep coming to Xbox One

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Earlier today Krillbite Studio announced that their award winning PC title; Among the Sleep, will be coming yo Xbox One having now sold over 100,000 copies on PC. The decision it seems was made last week during the Nordic Game where Among the Sleep also won Best Artistic Achievement, a massive achievement for the small studio.

We don’t have any dates for the releases yet, but we’re working closely with Microsoft and will release more information as soon as we have it.

In celebration of this announcement, winning the award at Nordic Game, and the 29th May this year being exactly one year since release on PC, Krillbite have released the official soundtrack to buy, previously a Kickstarter gift.

Among The Sleep OST by Krillbite Studio

We’ll be sure to share more information with you as we get it.

Farming Simulator 15 review

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In a world where games like Batman Arkham Knight and The Witcher 3 are gracing our consoles, it’s sometimes hard for other games to get a look in, then again, there are games that promise the chance of driving a Lamborghini tractor, which means games like the Witcher can wait. Welcome to my field of dreams, in Farming Simulator 15.

If you have never played a Farming Simulator game – the premise couldn’t be any more simple – your job is to manage a farm, produce crops to sell, and make as much money as possible. You’ll need to monitor the fluctuating prices of the different products you can sell and try and time when it’s best to sell them. There are also missions you can take part in that are great for earning money early on in the game.

In practical terms the game is not as simple. Thankfully there are a number of tutorials to take you through some of the basics to get you on your way. The only trouble is when some of the equipment you use in the tutorials is more than you can afford at the start of the game, which means you are likely to forget what you had to do in the first place.

The game gives you two locations to run a farm in, the Scandinavian sounding village,Bjornholm or Westbridge Hills, which looks like a stereotypical American farm.

After choosing your location, you are given some basic equipment, a small amount cash and sent on your way to make as much money as possible. Early on you’ll start to sow seeds and when ready, harvest your crop ready to sell. It takes a while to get used to how everything works, the map has all sorts of icons for shops, cash machines and places to sell » Continue Reading.

Another Mad Max trailer

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With the movie receiving some great reviews and raking in the £’s and $’s in the cinema, Warner Bros Games UK today reached out to let us know about a new trailer for the upcoming Mad Max game coming to Xbox One on 4th September this year. The Savage Road trailer features (you guessed it), Max who is left for dead as his cherished Interceptor is stolen by the merciless Wasteland tyrant, Scrotus and his warboys. Max must rebuild a powerful new war machine to escape the deadly Wasteland and can only do that with the aid of his quirky sidekick and expert mechanic, Chumbucket.

Enjoy the trailer below and keep your eyes on ThisisXbox for updates as we approach release date.