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Alvastia Chronicles First Impressions

If you're looking for a new JRPG with a nostalgic feel to it, Alvastia Chronicles might just be what you're looking for. Listen to Will's first impression of the game to help decide whether or not it's for you.

Posted 3 years ago by Ethan Anderson

Warframe's Fortuna: The Profit-Taker Now Available

Fortuna, a new area of Venus, is now the the centre of the game's latest update -- Fortuna: The Profit-Taker -- that brings along new missions, more lore to discover, and giant robotic spiders.

Posted 3 years ago by Rebecca Smith

Giveaway: Win an Xbox One Code for Farm Together

For our next site competition, we're giving you the chance to win an Xbox One download code for Farm Together, which released earlier this month via the ID@Xbox program.

Posted 3 years ago by Dave Horobin

Fortnite Making Changes to Loot Boxes

Epic Games has taken player feedback on board and will be making changes to their V-Buck Llamas in Fortnite's Save The World mode.

Posted 3 years ago by Rebecca Smith

Guacamelee 2 Isn't Just for People Who Love Avocado Toast

It's also for people who like luchadors. And those who like platforming. Combat. Humor. You get the idea. It's everything the first game had going for it with a dose of extra. Listen to Will tell us all about it.

Posted 3 years ago by Kevin Tavore

Want to Kill Alien Insects? Hive Jump Might Be for You

It's like if Jetpack had a scandalous affair with a run and gun and it stars a backpack. If that doesn't get you excited, you might be happy to hear you're killing monsters and playing with friends.

Posted 3 years ago by Kevin Tavore

Giveaway: Win an Xbox One Code for Guacamelee! 2

For our next site competition, we're giving you the chance to win an Xbox One download code for Guacamelee! 2, which released earlier this month via the ID@Xbox program.

Posted 3 years ago by Dave Horobin

Fortnite Update Turns Players Into Sneaky Snowmen

Sneaky Snowmen have been added to Battle Royale, allowing players to don a frosty (get it?) disguise. Meanwhile, Save The World players get another weekly challenge and a hero.

Posted 3 years ago by Rebecca Smith

New Xbox Releases: Week Beginning January 21st, 2019

Of the seven new titles, the only one to appear at retail is Capcom's much-anticipated remaster of the second title in the Resident Evil franchise. ID@Xbox brings the remaining six titles.

Posted 3 years ago by Rebecca Smith

The Occupation Delayed Again

When you're making an investigative thriller that uses real-time action to challenge players, it makes sense to release that title on time as well. Yet this isn't the case with The Occupation, as it's once again facing a delay.

Posted 3 years ago by NicoleRenee00

WRC 6 and Far Cry 2 Now Free with Games with Gold

We've reached the middle of the month and, of course, that means that two new games are available for Xbox LIVE Gold members to download for free through January's Games with Gold.

Posted 3 years ago by Dave Horobin

Rocket League Full Cross-Platform Play Is Live

The ability to take on players on other platforms has finally gone live. This means PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Steam PC players can be randomly matchmade with each other in any of the online match types.

Posted 3 years ago by Ashley Woodcock

Heart Box Patch Fixes Skins Achievements

Developer Rad Brothers was well aware of the problem and a new patch has been released for the game, fixing the issue that prevented the skins achievements from unlocking.

Posted 3 years ago by Rebecca Smith

10 ID@Xbox Games Worth Getting Excited About in 2019

Last weekend, we previewed the first quarter of major video game releases. Today, we're focusing on some of the promising indie titles that you may have missed while saving up for the next AAA title.

Posted 3 years ago by Mark Delaney

Gang Beasts Delayed Again

The brawler title Gang Beasts has had its fair share of delays up to now. Originally promised back in 2018, it was then pushed back to January. According to a recent tweet, this release date has also been scrapped.

Posted 3 years ago by NicoleRenee00

SMITE Patch 5.24 Adds King Arthur

The star of SMITE's latest patch, which hit consoles on Tuesday, is the newest playable character, King Arthur. The update also has bug fixes, balance changes and a new Arthurian event.

Posted 3 years ago by Kelly Packard

Giveaway: Win an Xbox One Code for Below

For our next site competition, we're giving you the chance to win an Xbox One download code for Below, which released in December via the ID@Xbox program.

Posted 3 years ago by Dave Horobin

Lovecraftian Horror Title Conarium to Release in February

The H.P. Lovecraft-inspired horror adventure Conarium is on its way to release, but there's one final trailer to see before arrival. Inspired by the novella "At the Mountains of Madness," the title will also be arriving in 4K.

Posted 3 years ago by NicoleRenee00

New Xbox Releases: Week Beginning January 7th, 2019

Namco Bandai's Tales of Vesperia makes the jump from Xbox 360 to Xbox One, while digitally, IO Interactive's Hitman: Blood Money and Hitman: Absolution do the same as part of the Hitman HD Enhanced Collection.

Posted 3 years ago by Rebecca Smith

Have A Listen To Another Theme From Wargroove

Developer Chucklefish and composer Phonetic Hero have released a new track to listen to while we wait for the upcoming Wargroove. This time, it's the theme for Valder, a commander of the Felheim Legion.

Posted 3 years ago by Andy Mills

Giveaway: Win an Xbox One Code for Ashen

For our next site competition, we're giving you the chance to win an Xbox One download code for Ashen, which released in December via the ID@Xbox program.

Posted 3 years ago by Dave Horobin

The Last Night Encounters Development Woes

The last we heard about the game was a road to E3 trailer. Through 2018, it seems like things haven't been going as swimmingly as they were in that final video.

Posted 3 years ago by Rebecca Smith

TGN Podcast: End of 2018 Review

Welcome to our end of year special, where Sam, Ollie and I were joined by our Editorial Manager, Mark, as we take our annual look back at the last 12 months of gaming.

Posted 3 years ago by Dave Horobin