Month: October 2020

Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan has said that the company’s robust video games lineup is the result of “carefully planned organic growth” as opposed to “massive spending sprees.” Ryan’s statement to Games Industry sounds like he’s throwing a bit of shade at Microsoft over its spending habits. However, the executive has reiterated on several
We know you’re busy and might miss out on all the exciting things we’re talking about on Xbox Wire every week. If you’ve got a few minutes, we can help remedy that. We’ve pared down the past week’s news into one easy-to-digest article for all things Xbox! Or, if you’d rather watch than read, you
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Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. I am not usually one for horror games. I don’t like jump scares and I prefer my video games to be chill and relaxing instead of stressing me out to high heaven. To be honest, I’m
October is coming to an end, which means a new month ahead filled with even more games to enjoy. With the launch of next-gen gaming with the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and S, November is an exciting month for diving into fresh adventures. Though some titles have been delayed, here are the biggest
Last week, we asked you to gather your team and tackle Ghost of Tsushima: Legends. While fighting off demonic Oni and mastering your skills, you shared your best shots using #PS4share and #PSBlog. Here are this week’s highlights:   Teammates move together in this co-op share by KUROINU_tusima.  The masks are off in this share by
Xbox Game Pass deals Xbox Game Pass may have launched all the way back in 2017, but it’s undeniably the ‘killer app’ for Microsoft’s new Xbox Series X and Series S hardware. It’s often referred to as a ‘Netflix for games’, and it’s a moniker that’s actually pretty accurate – just as the now ubiquitous