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by Enoch Starnes 0
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Or your least favorite, if that's what you're into.

You Can Now Play As Your Favorite FFXV Characters In Minecraft

Based on the amount of coverage dedicated to it, you'd think that Minecraft has faded into the ether.  Honestly, though, it's because there just isn't much to say about it anymore.  It continues on its monolithic path and, based on sales figures, practically everyone in the world has had a chance to play it and determine whether or not it's for them.

by Jason Love 0
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Online co-op is a big plus for a digital CCG game

Former Lionhead Devs Bring Forth Fable Fortune This July

While Lionhead Studios and Fable Legends were shuttered last year, from the ashes a new developer has arisen promising a brand new Fable themed game. Flaming Fowl Studios, which is comprised of devs from the ill-fated Molyneux studio, have been working on a digital collectible card game (CCG), titled Fable Fortune, that will see an Early Access release very soon.

by Jason Love 0
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I love that commercial where the polar bears drink the Nuka Cola

Festive Pack for Minecraft: Windows 10, Fallout for Console Editions

The Windows 10 Edition of Minecraft got a big update earlier this week that brings the version number up to 1.0; though it's still in beta, apparently. Anyways, along with that update, there's some "Festive Mash-Up" DLC available to purchase so you can deck the halls and all that jazz. The console versions aren't being left out of the DLC fun as they just got the "Fallout Mash-Up" DLC.

by Jason Love 0
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Four to start with more on the way

Xbox Play Anywhere Titles Now Available for Pre-Order via Windows Store

During this year's E3, Microsoft revealed the "Xbox Play Anywhere" program. This program allows players to buy a digital copy of select Xbox One titles and also get it through the Windows 10 store to play on PC (or vice versa), and it also maintains your progress on both platforms so you can pick up and "play anywhere." A few of these Play Anywhere titles are now available for pre-order on the Windows 10 store, including Gears of War 4 and Halo Wars 2.

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John Carmack in VR headset sold separately

[E3 2016] Friendly Update to Minecraft Allows for Cross-Platform Play

No Microsoft E3 conference would be complete without mention of the world-building juggernaut that is Minecraft. Last year they showed what could be possible with the HoloLens (whenever that materializes) and this year they're focusing more on the gaming together side of things. The new "Friendly Update" will allow PC (Windows 10 edition), mobile device, and VR players to all join and play in the same Realm.

by Enoch Starnes 0
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Mining simulator finally allows flight, players rejoice.

Flying Capes Will Soon Be Coming To Minecraft

At a rate only slightly faster than that of actual aeronautic engineering, Minecraft has finally given Survival Mode players a chance to soar around their maps and marvel at their sprawling fortresses and hilarious Simpsons statues.  No longer must you clamber up the nearest mountain to snap a fancy photo of your Green Hill Zone replica.  Instead, a simple hillside and the brand new cape will probably suffice.

by Steven Merced 0
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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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