The Dark Knight has returned in his last hoorah for Rocksteady Studios. I’ve been playing a bit of it and the Batmobile is insane! I have a few issues with the game but overall it seems to be a nice end to Rocksteady’s trilogy. The characters are impressive, the combat is spot on and visually it’s tops.
July marks the 2-year anniversary of the Games with Gold program and Microsoft is celebrating it with a boost for Xbox One owners. What boost you ask? Well, if you’ve noticed recently there have been a lot of “do overs” with Xbox One Games with Gold. Beginning in July that is over. There will be two new games per month on Xbox One!
Well it’s that time in a console’s generation where you start to see all kinds of limited editions. Are you one of the ones who like to get the latest color or iteration? If so, then the Forza Motorsport 6 Limited Edition Xbox One is right up your alley.
I thought this was pretty cool of Microsoft to do. I have a lot of ink myself and to have a free “upgrade” so to speak is awesome. Check out these fans and how their Gears of War tattoos get an ink upgrade. Even the head of The Coalition gets inked!
Another feature released during E3 this year was the ability to stream your Xbox One games to a Windows 10 device. I have to admit … I love this feature. And it works! I took a quick video of it in action with Mortal Kombat X.
One of the biggest and most surprising things announced at E3 was backwards compatibility for the Xbox One! Phil Spencer was pretty giddy about the fact that Xbox 360 games can now be played on Xbox One. He knew he had hit a home run judging from the crowd reaction. It won’t be every Xbox 360 game but it’ll be plenty and the support is native not from emulation. (at least that’s what he said)