Monster Gaming Week (11 January 2015)
If you missed any gaming news over the past seven days on Console Monster, today we give you another chance to catch up with our latest content from the past week.
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This Week’s Top 10 Posts
Another year ends and before we look ahead to what is coming up in 2015 for us gamers, a bunch of us Monsters thought it would be good to look back over the past year and talk about each of our own favourite games in 2014, our Game of the Year if you will.
The world’s most popular streaming website has revealed how console users are accessing their content.
Microsoft has confirmed that Xbox One users will still be able to download and play games they have purchased digitally, even if the title is removed from the Xbox store.
Call of Duty: Ghosts was the “most unwanted” game of Christmas 2014, according to statistics revealed by trade-in siteMusic Magpie.
Avatars will soon be introduced on the Xbox One, according to a job listing on the Microsoft Careers website.
The Assassin’s Creed film will release in December 2016, Twentieth Century Fox has announced.
Forza Motorsport 5 and Grand Theft Auto V are among the first Deals with Gold of 2015.
The Resident Evil remaster is now available to pre-order on the Xbox One.
To call last year’s launch of hotly-anticipatedAssassin’s Creed Unity a botch job would be to vastly underplay the mistakes that were made.
The release date for the Xbox One version of State of Decay is set to be announced later this month.
Other Posts This Week
|FIFA 15 and Advanced Warfare among best-selling entertainment releases of 2014|
|Dying Light Inspires Another Parkour Run Across the Rooftops of Cambridge|
|Hardware: New Turtle Beach Headsets Displayed at CES|
|Evolve Officially Goes Gold, Intro Cinematic Drops To Boot|
Reviews Posted This Week
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