The Just Cause series consists of over-the-top third-person action games which revolve around destroying everything in your path. While the titles may not have the best stories, they're a lot of fun to play because the goal is to constantly blow up buildings and vehicles. Just Cause 4 continues this tradition. According to numerous reports on Reddit and other forms of social media, Just Cause 4 is available on Xbox Game Pass right now. This is somewhat of a surprise because the game launched a few months ago. Usually you have to wait another couple of months for these "AAA" blockbusters to make an appearance. Xbox Game Pass is a subscription service which costs $10 every month. It gives you immediate access to over a hundred games on your Xbox One or Xbox One X. Just Cause 4 is somewhat of a visual showcase because it achieves native 4K resolution on Microsoft's new console. In our review, we said, "After the struggles of Just Cause 3, we were expecting Avalanche Studios to come out … [Read more...] about Just Cause 4 joins Xbox Game Pass
source Nintendo Nintendo has a second major “Legend of Zelda” game in the works for its Switch console. The game is “The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening” – a remake of the classic Game Boy “Legend of Zelda” game. “The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening” is scheduled to arrive in 2019. Nintendo has another major “Legend of Zelda” game in the works for its wildly popular Switch console: “The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening” is scheduled to arrive later this year. The new game is a remastering of the excellent Game Boy of the same name, which originally launched in 1993. Never heard of it? You’re not alone. It’s one of the first “Legend of Zelda” games, and it’s considered a classic by those of us who are old enough to have played it at the time. Here’s a primer on the next major “Legend of Zelda” … [Read more...] about Another gorgeous ‘Legend of Zelda’ game is coming to Nintendo Switch, and it’s one of the best games you’ve never played
Xbox Game Pass is a subscription service which costs $9.99 per month. Customers gain access to over a hundred games — ranging from smaller experiences to massive blockbusters — for a limited time. Just like Netflix, some titles are permanent additions while others rotate in and out. Since the service launched, many gamers have been asking Microsoft how many subscribers it has. While usually the company doesn't comment on sales figures, during an interview between Microsoft's Executive Vice President of Gaming Phil Spencer and LevelUp, the former revealed a general count. There are "millions of subscribers" already. However, what does this mean for Microsoft? How does Xbox Game Pass help the company? Luckily, the Head of Planning at Xbox Game Pass Matt Percy provided some answers. Nico Partners' Daniel Ahmad compiled some information from a report by The Sydney Morning Herald. Microsoft has seen the following growth as a result of Xbox Game Pass. 20 percent increase in … [Read more...] about Xbox Game Pass significantly increases sales and playtime says Microsoft
Unikrn,, an esports and game technology company, has launched UMode, a player-vs-house betting platform which enables users to make skill wagers on their normal video game play. The system allows users of any skill level to place a bet and play a fair match using games’ built-in matchmaking rankings, said Rahul Sood, CEO of Unikrn, in an interview with GamesBeat. The new system — developed with proprietary, patent-pending technology and operated with a blockchain-based backend — is live in markets around the world, including in 41 states in the U.S. A startup founded by Voodoo gaming PC company founder Rahul Sood, Unikrn is now the only live wagering company in the world that has a crypto gambling license from the Isle of Man, which along with Malta is known for its rigorous standards on gambling regulations. With the license, Unikrn can enable “spectator betting” on esports matches or “skill-based” betting on your own gameplay … [Read more...] about Unikrn launches UMode skill-based game betting platform in 41 states.
Matt Charboneau The Detroit News Published 11:21 PM EST Nov 24, 2018 East Lansing — The original plan was for Josiah Scott to play four games and leave the option of using this season to redshirt. At least, that was the plan back when the sophomore cornerback first returned to action after missing the first eight games of the season as he recovered from surgery on his meniscus after injuring his knee early in preseason camp. But as Michigan State prepared to host Rutgers in the regular-season finale on Saturday, the quest to get a seventh victory and help solidify bowl position led the Spartans to starting Scott, his fourth game of the season. If Scott were to play in the bowl game, that would end any hope of redshirting. “The decision to play him was simply about we needed to get this win and he's a great football player and we weren't going to hold any bullets back to finish this regular season with seven wins,” defensive coordinator Mike Tressel said. … [Read more...] about Michigan State bowl game decision will be in Josiah Scott’s hands