Xbox One News

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If you plan to buy Xbox One then the news that the new Call of Duty: Ghosts reveal has been announced should please you! Activision and Infinity Ward revealed Call of Duty: Ghosts Extinction — an all-new 1-4 player cooperative game mode - in their recent Youtube video. Extinction is quoted as featuring "a unique blend of fast-paced survival action, FPS base defense, scavenging and class leveling." Similar to the previous Black Ops version - Zombie Mode, the new Extinction Mode is a fully cooperative experience, which will allow 1-4 players to fight together against evil hordes of invading aliens whilst they systematically destroy the alien's hives ending their attempt to invade. The new extinction game mode features an impressive progression system which allows players to upgrade as they play. With a varied selection of four distinct player classes there are plenty of options to keep new and old players happy, and the new classes compliment one another’s abilities to allow for a truly team spirited game. Again, like Zombies, it’s a survival mode and once all players are dead you have to go right back to the start, don't pass go and don't collect £200. There are elements of everything…
When Microsoft announced their initial DRM plans, including new rules covering used games and an always on internet connection, the gaming community re-acted very badly. To be perfectly honest perhaps that is an under-statement, there was an uproar, gamers, geeks, parents and for some reason even some games developers were disappointed to hear the DRM news. Nobody wanted to buy the new Xbox One! Don't get me wrong there was support out there for Microsoft's decisions, some felt it would improve the quality of output from studios because of extra funding, some saw this as the Ebay or Steam of the console gaming world but most just saw the opportunity to take a dig at the development teams, and this includes Sony, who rather suprisingly brought not a single new DRM plan to the table. Perhaps Sony thought if they held out studios would have no choice but to implement something themselves, in a similar fashion to how EA treat second hand copies of Fifa for example. Whichever side of the argument you supported there was no doubt this drama affected UK sales of the new Xbox One console as it trailed behind in one of the best indicators of…
After the Xbox Launch event Microsoft released information about their desired branding for the new Xbox One and any fan sites, press sites or sales site should meet certain expectations when making use of the Xbox One brand. If you are looking for a ready made template for your site there are some excellent choices here. With a little tweaking they will be perfect for your fan site.  So you've decided to start a site lets have a look at the brand guidelines, you should follow: Xbox One Font The Xbox One font is Segoe Pro Light and Regular. It is included with Windows 7+ but if you don't have it available you can download the font for free from Microsoft here. It’s free to use under the usual regulations so please don’t ever pay to download this font. Once you have the font you can install it by copying it into you Window’s font folder, if you need help locating this you will be able to find full instructions on Youtube. Xbox One Colour Scheme (or if you’re American Xbox One Color Scheme) As you can see from the image Microsoft have set out a range of colours which should…
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