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Microsoft's ID@Xbox program is bringing a slew of independent games to Xbox One, including mobile tile-slider Threes, adorable cosmic platformer Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime, pandemic simulator Plague, Inc. Evolved and 1930s cartoon simulator Cuphead. These are a few games previously unannoun...

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Lara saved her band of friends from the Tomb Raider reboot, but she'll face a new batch of danger in Rise of the Tomb Raider, due for holiday 2015. Rise of the Tomb Raider's debut trailer puts Lara back in hazardous wilderness, teasing glimpses of a temperamental bear and a frosted cave as an older...

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Though developer Moon Studios offered no solid details on the upcoming Ori And The Blind Forest, the cinematic shown during Microsoft's E3 conference offered a tantalizing glimpse of a very attractive 2D art style complemented by fluid, almost Ghibli-esque animation....

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Furry hero Conker made a surprising cameo in Microsoft's Project Spark trailer at today's E3 conference. After slicing up the Project Spark logo, the Rare squirrel of yore told viewers to make their own game starring him in the content creation title. So apparently he'll be available in Project Sp...

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Dance Central Spotlight is on its way to Xbox One in September as a download-only game, Harmonix announced during Microsoft's E3 press conference. Spotlight is the latest Kinect-controlled grooving and shaking game in Harmonix's Dance Central series, and it features new routines and a fitness mo...

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The Nurburgring is coming as free downloadable content to Forza Motorsport 5, and it's available starting today. The introduction of the famous German motorsport circuit was announced at Microsoft's E3 presser, where the publisher also showcased the next Forza entry on Xbox One, Forza Horizon 2, wh...

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare DLC will come to Xbox One first. "Xbox One owners will be the first to play the add-on content," Xbox head Phil Spencer said during Microsoft's E3 conference. Historically, Xbox receives Call of Duty DLC a few weeks before it hits Sony systems and PC. Microsoft ...

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