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Halo:Reach Beta, The Stats

I recently got kindly given a code by my mate for the Reach Beta, and I discovered something. Halo:Reach is popular! Who’d have guessed eh? Bungie has kindly released information on just how many people played the Beta on day one, and it makes for some interesting reading. So here are the stats… Total Players Day One: 1,170,112 Total Player Games: 14,205,611 Total Kills: 157,972,986 Total Seconds Spent Playing: 936,864,266 Blimey! That’s some large numbers you’ve got there. Bungie have reportedly doubled the amount that played the Halo 3 Beta already. Is this really a surprise though? I don’t think so. These numbers will no doubt increase tenfolds as more and more people join up and get fragging. For more Halo:Reach Beta information check out the official site Source:...

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Handful Of Original Xbox Games Now Playable On Xbox One

It’s finally here! After being revealed at this year’s E3, the original Xbox game backward compatibility program on Xbox One has finally begun! Through an update that rolled out yesterday, players can now play classic Xbox titles on their Xbox One. As of now, only 13 titles are available to play, but we expect Microsoft to keep that list growing over time, much like they’ve been doing with Xbox 360 titles: Black Bloodrayne 2 Crimson Skies Dead to Rights Fuzion Frenzy Grabbed by the Ghoulies King of Fighters: Neowave Ninja Gaiden Black Prince of Persia: Sands of Time Psychonauts...

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What-We’re-Playing-Wednesday (October 11, 2017)

Each week we’ll give you the low-down on the games that have been keeping the GGS Gamer staff busy on their consoles, PCs and handhelds. Here’s what we’ve been playing this week … Vikki Destiny 2 (PS4) – Got my alternate character (Warlock) up to 302 now, which means this week I’ve mostly been grinding milestones, doing public events, and wasting hours getting re-used to the Warlock jump again. Still haven’t done much of the raid because getting six people together simultaneously is like walking on fucking water, but I’m still trying! Grand Theft Auto 5 (PS4) – Okay,...

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What-We’re-Playing-Wednesday (October 4, 2017)

Well, it’s been a while, hasn’t it? Rejoice with the return of W-W-P-W! Each week we’ll give you the low-down on the games that have been keeping the GGS Gamer staff busy on their consoles, PCs and handhelds. Here’s what we’ve been playing this week … Vikki Destiny 2 (PS4) – Expect this game to be listed here forever more; I remain hopelessly in love with Bungie’s Sci-fi shooter, and no amount of needling from you is going to change my mind. Right now I’m getting my alt characters powered up, and religiously working through the weekly milestones. I...

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UK Gaming Chart – w/e September 30, 2017

Well! FIFA 18 has surprised us this week (or perhaps not all of us?) by entering the chart, straight at number one, bringing Destiny 2’s three-week reign to an end. Other new entries this week are Halo 5: Guardians coming in at number 11 and narrowly missing out on a place in the top ten, while Overwatch: Game of the Year Edition lands at number 16. This week’s top 20 chart in full: 1. (*) FIFA 18 2. (1) Destiny 2 3. (9) Forza Horizon 3 4. (3) NBA 2K18 5. (6) Grand Theft Auto 5 6. (7) Crash...

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Xbox Game Pass Launches June 1st

Microsoft has revealed the official launch date for their Xbox Game Pass program. Announced earlier this year, the Xbox Game Pass program is a digital gaming subscription service giving players access to over 100 Xbox One and Backward Compatible Xbox 360 games for £7.99 GBP per month. As of now, Xbox Live Gold members can start using the program via a 14-day free trial. The program will be available at large on June 1st for all users meaning that everyone with an Xbox Live account can start their 14-day free trial. Players who will decide to jump on the...

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Xbox Game Pass Monthly Service Announced

Microsoft has announced their equivalent of Sony’s PSN Now: Xbox Game Pass. This new service will give players unlimited access to over 100 Xbox One and Xbox 360 backward compatible games on Xbox One for a measly £7.99 a month. The program will begin rolling out to select members of the Xbox Insider Program at 2pm GMT today and will launch to the broader community later this spring. If you’re part of the Xbox Insider Program and would like to take the update right away, you’ll need to reboot your Xbox One; otherwise, Xbox Game Pass should appear on...

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Review: Sniper Elite 4

Title: Sniper Elite 4 Platform: PC, PS4 (reviewed) and Xbox One Developer: Rebellion Developments Publisher: Rebellion Developments / Sold Out Release date: Out now tl;dr: Sniping soldiers is fun Price: $60 / £30 Family Focus: Click here for more information. This latest entry in the sniping franchise takes place immediately following the events of 2014’s Sniper Elite III. Set in Italy in 1943, as Karl Fairburne, players are tasked to aid the Italian resistance force to fight against the Fascists in World War II. Fairburne’s mission will take him across vast Italian maps where players will need to use...

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