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Microsoft Says: Xbox One Has ‘The Best Games, The Best Exclusives’

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Microsoft Reckons it has the strongest next-gen game line-up

Xbox One: Day One Edition

Microsoft has released a new Xbox One trailer highlighting the upcoming console’s game line-up.

The list of exclusives includes Forza Motorsport 5, Dead Rising 3, Halo, Ryse: Son of Rome, Sunset Overdrive, and Killer Instinct. Titanfall will be released on Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.

Watch_Dogs Gameplay Series Part 1_Hacking is Your Weapon

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Watch_Dogs

Get A Closer Look At Hacking In Watch Dogs’ Chicago

Ubisoft has released a new Watch Dogs, stilized as Watch_Dogs, gameplay video series that offers an insight into the unique features of its new open-world game.

Watch the first episode below and take a look at game protagonist Aiden armored with his hacking skills in a city entirely connected to a central system called ctOS.

Watch Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Parkour in Real Life

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Watch Assassin's Creed IV Parkour in Real Life

Watch Assassin’s Creed IV Parkour in Real Life

Not only Ubisoft managed to bring a giant pirate ship with them to San Diego Comic-Con, SDCC, this year, but also someone, Chris Romwell, was up and ready to perform some crazy parkour while dressed up as Edward Kenway, hero of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.

Watch the wonderful video below:

A behind-the-scenes video is below:

Assassin’s Creed 4 Black Flag comes out October 29. It will be on current and next gen systems!

Microsoft Reveals Xbox One Self-publishing Plans

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Microsoft Reveals Xbox One Self-publishing Plans

Microsoft Reveals Xbox One Self-publishing Plans

Microsoft will not only allow indie developers to self-publish on Xbox One, but it has confirmed that every Xbox One console can be used for development.

Xbox corporate VP, Marc Whitten said:

“Our vision is that every person can be a creator. That every Xbox One can be used for development. That every game and experience can take advantage of all of the features of Xbox One and Xbox LIVE. This means self-publishing. This means Kinect, the cloud, achievements. This means great discoverability on Xbox LIVE. We’ll have more details on the program and the timeline at Gamescom in August.”

However, dev kit functionality will be added at a later date so it will not be available at launch.

Microsoft is already undergoing major sweeping changes to its Xbox One policies, after the always-online and DRM debacle. Today’s announcement comes in response to Sony‘s aggressive push to support indie developers for the upcoming PS4 console.

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