Race over 450 cars in picturesque Britain in the latest installment of the Xbox and Windows exclusive series. Forza Horizon 4 features a new dynamic season system, up to 72-player multiplayer and support for 4K and HDR video. The game drops 10/2/18.
Console modder Ed’s Junk has turned the Xbox One X into an all-in-one portable system. But his Xbook One X doesn’t just come with a 21.5″ 1080p display. It also has a built-in keyboard that makes typing and navigating menus a breeze. We only wish it had a 4K screen.
Razer’s even pricier alternative to the Xbox One Elite Controller. The Wolverine Ultimate has six extra inputs – two remappable bumpers and four triggers – plus a quick control panel. It also has extra thumbsticks and d-pads, and of course Chroma RGB LEDs.
We’ve waited far too long for the latest sequel to our favorite open-world sandbox shooter, but it looks like it’ll be worth the wait, as we’ll not only get to toss cars, but don mech suits, and destroy everything in sight. Coming to Xbox One, Xbox One X, and Windows PC on 11/7/17.
The Razer WildCat is ready to take on your most aggressive Xbox One and Windows 10 gaming sessions. It offers fast and accurate tournament-grade joysticks, buttons, and removable multifunction triggers, and optional palm grips. Save 34% in The Awesomer Shop.
The Xbox One S just came out, and modder Ed Zarick has already transformed the console into laptop form. The slimmer, lighter console makes for a more portable machine than ever. It’s got a 19″ display built in, and a 4K HDMI output. Enter on twitter for a chance to win one.
A first-person adventure that takes place in an alternate universe 1960’s England, in which citizens are forced to take a drug called “Joy” which obscures the reality of their horrific existence. Think The Matrix meets The Man in the High Castle meets Austin Powers.
A look at co-op multiplayer mode (available split-screen or online) in the upcoming shooter. The game adds crazy environmental effects, a badass new 5-player horde mode, and supports Xbox Play Anywhere, letting you play one copy on both Xbox One and Windows 10.
Titanfall was one of the big Xbox One launch titles, offering epic mech battles, but decidedly last-gen graphics. Its sequel aims to remedy that, unshackled from the Xbox 360, plus this version is coming to the PS4 too. Here’s our first tiny glimpse at a jumbo mech with a big sword.