Microsoft and 343 Industries today announced a special Halo 15th anniversary livestream to be held later this week. A teaser trailer was also released: The livestream will be held at 10.43 am on Wednesday, 16 November. If you’re curious about the random

Fans have been demanding it, and today’s finally the day — Skate 3 is now backwards compatible on Xbox One. As with any Xbox 360 title in the backwards compatibility program, those with digital copies can find the title under the

Ahead of Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection‘s release on current-gen consoles, Ubisoft has released a video that details visual enhancements. You can compare last- to current-gen below: What’d you think? The Ezio Collection heads to Xbox One and PS4 from 17

Two new Xbox 360 games have been added to the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility program. From today, you’ll be able to play Guardian Heroes and Flashpoint: Red River on your current-gen console. Guardian Heroes and Operation Flashpoint: Red River are coming to Xbox

As part of N7 Day, EA today announced that both Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3 are today backwards compatible on Xbox One. Those who own physical copies of the games need only insert the first disc of the

At PAX AUS last weekend, Xbox’s Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb conceded that Australian pricing is “goddamn expensive”. “This is a very complicated area. I am in no way an expert on the laws and governance in all of the different

Frequent games industry flyers are quite used to taking a console (or two) with them on the road, but not Microsoft’s Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb. “I used to travel with consoles all the time,” Hryb told Stevivor at PAX AUS.

PAX AUS has come and gone, but its panels remain captured for posterity. What better panel to start showcasing but keynote speaker Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb? Below is his event-opening panel, titled “Storytime with Major Nelson”: What was your favourite

Xbox’s Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb joined Stevivor’s Ben Salter and Steve Wright over PAX AUS this weekend to discuss our fair country, Xbox, Achievements and even the upcoming American election. No, really. Have a listen! This special edition of the

Major Nelson today advised that gamers can download a digital Xbox Onesie for their Xbox Live Avatars. Hit the following links up for the Onesie of your choice: Xbox Onesie – Women (Black) Xbox Onesie – Women (White) Xbox Onesie

Supergiant Games today announced that Bastion will head to Xbox One in December. Available from 12 December, the title will cost $14.99 USD. Those who own the title on Xbox 360 will be able to download the game’s Xbox One version

Major Nelson took to Twitter to detail the newest Xbox 360 title now available through Xbox One backwards compatibility. Playdead’s Limbo is now available on Xbox One, joining this week’s other new entry, Blue Dragon. LIMBO is coming to Xbox One

Quirky RPG Blue Dragon is the latest Xbox 360 game to go backwards compatible on Xbox One. Those that own the title digitally can redownload it under the Xbox One’s My Games and Apps section. Those who own a physical 360

This is an amended version of our original Skyrim review, first posted on 28 November 2011. Picture Fallout 3. No, not the shambles that was New Vegas — I mean the GOOD Fallout, 3. Ditch most (well, a bunch) of its weird bugs,

Batman: Arkham Origins‘ online services will be retired in early December, it was announced over the weekend. “As of December 4, 2016, the online services portion of Batman: Arkham Origins will be retired,” the game’s Steam page reads. “We thank

I’d like to think that I single-handedly saved Just Dance 2017. I’m a huge fan of the franchise, but loathed 2016 — it seemed like a half-baked cash grab. One year on, and all the best bits of Just Dance are back