10 Absolute Best Xbox Black Friday Deals

Xbox fans, where you at? It doesn't matter whether you have an Xbox Series X|S or Xbox One. This Black Friday, there's a veritable mountain of deals to wade through. You can jump into our best Black Friday Xbox deals page. Pressed for time and don't want to sift through all the deals we've gathered? You've found the right place. We've rounded up the top 10 best Xbox deals available this Black Friday weekend.
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Xbox Has Launched Its Black Friday Sale

Microsoft has launched Xbox Black Friday sale with discounts of up to 50% on selected games. Xbox Black Friday sale includes DLCs and season pass as well. Some video games get up to 50% discounts as Microsoft offers a three-month Xbox Game Pass PC for 1$. The price list below is accurate at the time of writing, Microsoft has said that offers vary by the market.
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Something for the Weekend – 20/11/21

While last week was super busy, this week has felt a bit more slow paced in the gaming world, despite there being lots of big news stories and big game releases. Some of that came from the 20th anniversary Xbox event where Microsoft released the Halo Infinite multiplayer a few weeks ahead of schedule. A great surprise!

Top 20 NEW Open World Games of 2022

2020 and 2021 were a bit of a tough challenge for developers. The worldwide health pandemic outbreak caused so many quarantine orders and shutdowns to take place. As a result, several video games that we were anticipating have been pushed back. That should make for quite the packed year for video games in 2022. In this list, we’re going to highlight some video games we can’t wait to play. With that said, don’t read too much into the actual ranking here. Until all the games are out and 2022 is wrapping, it’s difficult to really rank these games. Without further ado, here are our picks for the best new open-world games coming in 2022.

Something for the Weekend – 13/11/21

It’s all been kicking off in the gaming news this week. There’s been delayed to not one, but two upcoming handheld consoles, there’s been hackers claiming they have full access to the PS5, and the GTA trilogy has shipped with more than a few issues… Oh, and there’s the wide release and early access release of games like Forza Horizon 5, Jurassic World Evolution 2, Battlefield 2042, Shin Megami Tensei V and more. It’s been a busy week, so I’m sure plenty of you will be in need of this gaming round-up!

News: ELEX II Launching in March

THQ Nordic has confirmed that ELEX II will be launching on the PS5, PS4, X|S, XBO, and PC on March 1st of 2022. The game will be available in a standard edition as well as a collector’s edition that includes a 9.2 inch Alb figurine, soundtrack, artbook, key chain, steelbook, concept album, and a copy of the game.

The music for the new ‘Grand Theft Auto’ trilogy has been revealed

The music list for Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition is in the wild, but have your favourite tracks made the cut?. We’re mere hours away from the release of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, but we’ve just gotten an inkling as to what tunes you’ll be rocking out to during your travels within Liberty City, Vice City and San Andreas.

Does ‘Mario Party Superstars’ live up to the hype?

Our verdict on whether Mario Party Superstars is worth your time and money, as well as hands-on with the Logitech G435 LIGHTSPEED headset. With the year rapidly coming to a close, there are plenty more video games vying for your attention and your wallet. Here’s what is worth keeping an eye on.

News: Fast & Furious: Spy Racers Rise of SH1FT3R Out Now

Outright Games has released Fast & Furious: Spy Racers Rise of SH1FT3R, onto the PS4, XBO, Switch, and PC with PS5, X|S, and Stadia versions coming at a later time. The game is set in the kid-friendly Fast & Furious: Spy Racers media franchise and you can check out the game’s trailer below.

Something for the Weekend – 06/11/21

November is here, and it has got noticeably more chilly! This week has also seen some notable releases, such as Call of Duty: Vanguard or the huge new update and DLC for Animal Crossing. And, there’s no sign of the releases slowing, as next week we’ve got Forza Horizon 5 (well, you can play it now in early access), the GTA Trilogy Remaster and many more to look forward to.

Is ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ the best Marvel video game so far?

We review Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Unpacking, The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes and test out the new Nanoleaf Lines. If you’re after some new games to play, there’s plenty of worthy new offerings to take a look at. First up Marvel’s latest crack at video games with Guardians of the Galaxy…

The Timeless Appeal of the Xbox 360

This month is a very special one for Microsoft and the Xbox brand as they celebrate 20 years as part of the greater gaming landscape. And while there’s plenty of reasons to celebrate the OG Xbox, I wanted to spend some time today to highlight its successor, the Xbox 360. Released in 2005, the 360 holds a special place in many gamers’ hearts. The system sold extremely well and was home to some of the best games of its generation, both from Microsoft themselves and third-party studios, making it a great system to get into no matter what kind of games you like to play. So let’s take a bit of a look back at what made the Xbox 360 such a timeless system.

Something for the Weekend – 30/10/21

It’s a double-whammy of terror for parents this weekend as, not only is it Halloween and the expectation of spookiness and trick or treating will be sky high, but it’s also the end of daylight savings across Europe. For the rest of us, this is also the perfect time and excuse to break out some classic horror games and give yourself a few scares. Do you have any games on your playlist?