Microsoft has confirmed April 2017’s Xbox Games With Gold titles, free to those with an Xbox Live Gold subscription. In April, Microsoft is offering up a variety of titles, including an entry in Ubisoft’s long-running Assassin’s Creed franchise, the second

GamesRadar today reports that Vicarious Visions was at work on a Call of Duty game set in ancient Rome. In development from 2008, the first- and third-person action game starred a soldier in Caesar’s Tenth Legion. Developed on Xbox 360 and

The Chinese Xbox Store has seemingly outed Red Dead Redemption‘s big Xbox backwards compatible debut. Red Dead joins Bioshock Infinite as the Xbox 360 offerings available to Xbox Live Gold subscribers next month, if the leaked screenshot below it to be believed:

Ryse: Son of Rome is heading to Windows PC, Crytek today confirmed. The PC version of the title will come bundled with the DLC currently available on Xbox One: the “Colosseum”, “Mars’ Chosen”, “Duel of Fates” and “Morituri” packs and

Since it’s E3 time, let’s get busy speculating! Late last year, GamingRumours reported that Crytek was hard at work on Ryse: Knights of England, a sequel to their Xbox One launch title. The site cited anonymous sources close to the

Ryse: Son of Rome is not the quicktime simulator you all seem to think it will be.