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Xbox One Version of ARK: Survival Evolved Receives Update

Looks like the prehistoric world of ARK: Survival Evolved is quite popular on the Xbox One; enough so that new servers were needed to support the whole affair. In the title's first major content update late last week, the developers addressed a few of the issues that have arisen since the title's "work-in-progress" release via Xbox Game Preview, and brought the content of the game up to parity with PC version 231.9.

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Blood Rocks now for sale in Insight Shop

Spend Insight to Max Out Weapons in Bloodborne

One of the key selling points of Bloodborne's DLC, The Old Hunters, was the addition of new weapons, which is both a good and bad thing. It's nice that the new weapons offer players more choices in what to use - as well as making some builds more viable - but the ability to max out those weapons was limited as the item needed to do so could only be acquired once per playthrough. Until now.

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Free game update allows you to "deal" with Death

Dungeon of the Endless Update is Halloween Themed

It's that time of year when your favorite games drop in new content that is in some way, shape, or form, Halloween-themed. Such is the case with the free "Death Gamble" update to the cooperative dungeon crawler/defense title, Dungeon of the Endless, which adds a literal Death to the game (as opposed to the one against which you're figuratively battling throughout) that will offer players a very "special" deal.

by Jason Love 0
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Finally able to beat up supervillains with friends

Online Co-Op Coming to Sentinels of the Multiverse Video Game

This is some news I've been waiting on for some time. At long last, the electronic version of Sentinels of the Multiverse, a cooperative card game we've covered previously in our Tabletop Co-Op feature, will be receiving online co-op support. The game had local play at launch, which was ok for the iPad/Android version but a bit weird on PC, but no options to play with friends not right next you.

by Jason Love 0
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It's not always your teammates causing problems

Fixes to Xbox One Version of Payday 2 Coming this Year

While the PC version of Overkill's popular crime simulator, Payday 2, has been enjoying a consistent stream of updates and fixes, not all is well with the Xbox One or PlayStation 4 versions. On the Xbox, matchmaking issues, disconnects, and other problems have plagued the game since its release last June, and both systems are behind as far as new content and updates. Hope is on the way but it may not be soon.

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One big step for the future of playing together.

Xbox One November Update Looks To Change The Way You Play With Friends.

November looks to be a big month for Microsoft, with its Xbox One side of things thanks to a major update that will be bringing backwards compatibility to the general public and an upgrade to the systems UI. This revitalization to the system is being powered by Windows 10 and looks to be the biggest and most user friendly update in the Xbox Ones history.

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For those fans looking for an even "more intense" experience

Point of No Return Update Adds New Mode to The Red Solstice

A new update arrived yesterday to the cooperative, tactical, RTS, The Red Solstice. Titled "Point of No Return" the update includes a new game mode for folks look to make this (in my opinion) already hard game that much harder. This is a free update so if you own the game, you've got it already. If you don't, well then do I have a deal for you!

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