You Can Now Purchase Xbox One Games Via Xbox 360, ‘Cuz Why Not?

It is now possible to download Xbox One games from your Xbox 360… because technology!

You ever have one of those days where you just want to buy Xbox One games from your Xbox 360? Well now you can! Microsoft has revealed that gamers will be able to start building their Xbox One libraries from their 360s through the Games With Gold program.

While it seems pretty superfluous at first, it’s kind of neat for people who don’t have an Xbox One yet. That’s because they will be able to take advantage of the free Xbox One games that are released every month, regardless of whether or not they even own the console.

Now, you could previously do this from the website, but who the heck wants to do that? You can do it right from the Xbox 360’s homepage by clicking on the Games With Gold section, which is way easier. This month’s free Xbox One game is none other than Rayman Legends, which is something I have been meaning to check out for ages and ages and even longer.

Oh, and if you don’t believe anything that I wrote above, just check out the video for yourself below! 

Check Out The New ‘Xenoblade Chronicles 3D’ Trailer Called ‘Heir To The Monado’

Here’s another Xenoblade Chronicles 3D trailer, because who in their right mind *wouldn’t* want another Xenoblade Chronicles 3D trailer?!

The hype train for the release of Xenoblade Chronicles 3D keeps rolling on as Nintendo has released a brand new trailer for the game. This one is called Heir to the Monado and features some flashbacks as well as a lot of combat and exploration goodness.

While it’s just another trailer for a game that I’m super hyped for, it really is impressive what Nintendo is accomplishing with this game on the New Nintendo 3DS. There is a heck of a lot things happening on the screen all at once, and the fact that the New 3DS can handle that without buckling under the pressure is really impressive.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3D is set to launch in the USA on April 10th for $39.99. Check out the trailer below! NOW! 

Big Announcement For Metal Gear Solid V Coming Tomorrow

Could the release date for MGS V finally be revealed tomorrow? Well, I guess all we can do is wait and see!

Konami has released a 48-hour countdown clock on the Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain website, which has everyone and their mums expecting a major announcement tomorrow.

There is absolutely no other information regarding what this countdown clock is all about, though i’m pretty sure a release date would be enough to have everyone screaming for joy.

The countdown is set to end sometime Wednesday, so check back tomorrow to see if this whole thing was actually important or Kojima just messing with everyone’s hearts, minds and souls.

Just a heads up: the website was acting really weird and not displaying correctly when I tried to get on it, so expect some issues when you click on the link. It’s to be expected, though, when you know that everyone is on the page and refreshing every five seconds hoping for even a sliver of news regarding this beloved franchise.

‘Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster’ Hitting PS4 This May

Looking for something to give your PS4 to do? In a couple months it will have Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster.

Remember that HD remaster for Final Fantasy X and X-2 that released for the PlayStation 3 and Vita last year? Well, Square Enix has officially announced that it will also be making its way to PlayStation 4 in a couple of months.

The remaster is set to be released on May 12th and will be nearly identical to the previous remastered versions in terms of features. However, the one feature that will be exclusive to the PlayStation 4 version is the ability to be able to switch between the original soundtrack and the arranged one on the fly.

As far as what the HD version of this game added to the original game, both the PlayStation 3 and Vita versions came packed with some additional content that was previously only available on international releases of the game. These include the Expert Sphere Grid, Dark Aeons, new boss battles and monster raising mechanics. Of course, there were many visual and audio enhancements that were made, as well.

So, if you somehow missed out on the original classic and are looking for a reason to dive in, definitely pick up the current HD remasters on PS3 or Vita if you don’t feel like waiting for the PS4 version. I know the PS4 version will be the best looking one, but FFX is a PS2 game so there is only so much that can be done to make it look better in the first place. Whichever version you end up getting, you’re in for one great RPG… and one embarrassing one.

First ‘Shovel Knight’ DLC ‘Plague Of Shadows’ Coming Soon

Yacht Club Games has revealed details on the first free expansion for last year’s critically-acclaimed platformer, Shovel Knight. The expansion is called Plague of Shadows and will be downloadable for free for owners of the original game in the Spring of this year.

Plague of Shadows has you controlling Plague Knight, who is one of the Order of No Quarter knights featured in the main game. He will reportedly be battling his former allies in order to create the Ultimate Potion, though what the potion is for is anyone’s guess.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

According to the devs, Plague of Shadows will feature new gameplay mechanics, story, bosses and a lot more. The expansion will be available to demo at Yacht Club Games’ PAX East booth this month.

Shovel Knight originally released for the Wii U, 3DS and PC last year, though the game is set to make its way to all current PlayStation consoles this April. If you haven’t checked it out yet, please change that soon as it was easily one of the best game’s released last year.

First Gameplay Trailer For ‘Bombshell’ Released

Check out Bombshell as she wreaks havoc with her mechanical arm.

Last year 3D Realms announced that they were working on an ARPG called Bombshell, though after that the game quickly fell of the radar.

Well, it’s time to put it back on your radar as the company has released the very first gameplay trailer for the game. It shows off our titular heroine named Shelly “Bombshell” Harrison, who is a bomb technician turned mercenary. Oh, and she happens to have a mechanical arm that can be configured in a variety of ways to wreak havoc on her opponents.

Enough of all this describing, just check out the gameplay trailer below, alright? 

Bombshell is developed by 3D Realms for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It’s set to release sometime in 2015.