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We know third-person shooters all too well, but a variant in which you fight on behalf of the devil against the secret agents of heaven sounds like a very special concept. All this is central to the game Infernal, which already appeared for the PC in 2007. Publisher Playlogic has just announced that Infernal will also make its way to the Xbox 360 this year. More details or a concrete release date were not given. Infernal tells the story of Ryan Lennox, a fallen angel now recruited by the devil. He takes on ‘Etherlight’, a secret agency of heaven. Etherlight…

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Ubisoft has announced that the Xbox 360 patch for Far Cry 2 is making good progress. The patch was originally supposed to be released in February, but they wanted to spend more time on extensive testing and further optimizing the gameplay. This patch should also put an end to corrupt save games, although there is a chance that this will only apply to save games that were created after the patch was installed. According to reports on the official forum, testing of the patch has been completed and we can expect a release date soon. The patch also adds hardcore…

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After temporarily lowering the price of Xbox One to € 189, Microsoft continues its streak of discounts, this time reducing its other console, Xbox One S. This offer is part of Microsoft’s 12 Days of Deals, which means a reduction in the prices of multiple products of the brand. Until next December 16 it will be possible to get a pack that includes an Xbox One S along with a game with a discount of € 50 on the original price. And, in addition, in the United States Microsoft includes two free games to this offer. In this way, if…

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Lovers of plastic guitars and heavy metal will get their money’s worth in mid-May thanks to Guitar Hero: Metallica. This time no soft ballads or juicy pop songs, but music from Metallica and various artists and bands that have inspired Metallica. There’s good news for all fans today, as a demo of the game has been released on Xbox Live. In addition, two new gameplay trailers are also available, which you can check out below. In Guitar Hero: Metallica, just like in Guitar Hero: Aerosmith, the songs focus on one band and we are of course talking about Metallica. So…

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Games can be promoted in several ways and one way we hadn’t seen before is downloadable clothing for your Xbox Live Avatar. Age of Booty changes that, because in a while you can get special pirate clothes to promote this game. Whether these clothes will be free is not yet known, but as always, the new clothes will be identified by a gold star. This star can be found on all new garments released since the last update. Sink merchant ships, raid villages, steal gold and upgrade your ship; that’s the life that awaits you in Age of Booty. Your…

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Completely according to plan, a demo of Battlestations: Pacific was released today. The demo features an action-packed mission from the US campaign called Divine Winds of Leyte. In this mission, a US carrier fleet faces a Kamikaze attack. In addition, you can try out two multiplayer modes with the demo, namely Island Capture and Siege. Each mode can be played offline in Skirmish against AI controlled enemies. The demo has since been released on Xbox Live and a PC demo will also be released today. Battlestations: Pacific is the sequel to Battlestations: Midway from 2007. A big change this time…

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Throughout the recent history of video games, consoles have become one of the most demanded devices by a large number of users. The original PlayStation was one of the best-selling consoles, but as the years have passed, Microsoft has become an alternative to consider that has stood up to the Xbox. But it seems that Microsoft wants to reign in the world of video games and has presented the Xbox One X, a console with more than impressive specifications, characteristics that we detail below. The feature that attracts the most attention is found in the possibilities it offers us: native…

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Capcom announced earlier this month that we can expect an Xbox 360 demo of Bionic Commando soon. Today they have provided more clarity by reporting that we can welcome this demo on Xbox Live tomorrow. The demo focuses on multiplayer and includes the map Vertigo, in which you can have fun with up to eight players. There are currently no plans to release the demo on the other platforms. Bionic Commando takes its inspiration from its 8-bit namesake that appeared on the NES in 1988. You play the game as the government operative named Nathan Spencer: the symbol of perfect…

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It’s almost a new month, which means it’s time for a new batch of free games via Xbox Games with Gold. Like every month, Xbox Live Gold members get a selection of free games that they can download for free and keep. Just remember that if you want to continue enjoying these free games, you will need an active Xbox Live Gold membership. If you have a subscription to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you will also have access to these games and many, many more. So what is Microsoft offering this month? Let’s find out. Free games with gold for…

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Two new games have appeared on Xbox Live Arcade today. The games are not newbies as they are both reworked versions of old classics. Banjo-Tooie is known for the Nintendo 64 and Virtual On for the arcade halls. Both games cost 1200 Microsoft Points and are available for purchase through the Xbox Live Arcade starting today. The cheerful platformer Banjo-Tooie is certainly no newcomer, because the first game in the series, Banjo-Kazooie, already appeared on Xbox Live Arcade at the end of 2008. Like this game, Banjo-Tooie features graphical improvements and higher resolution. Furthermore, Banjo-Tooie offers the same gameplay as…

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