XBOX Fires Shots At PS4 Pro


Following the announcement of PS4 Pro, XBOX took to Twitter to fire some shots at Sony’s newly announced home console. The not-so-cryptic tweet touted that it’s XBOX One S starts at $299 and the system has the ability to play and stream 4K content (PS4 Pro cannot do these AND is $399).

I have to say, I am very impressed with the PS4 Pro but this tweet will  no doubt cause some controversy.  Ever since both systems were released, Sony has enjoyed a healthy lead in terms of sales but XBOX seems like it will not be going down without a fight.

More on the PS4 Pro and the XBOX One S soon…  Keep it here!

XBOX Scorpio Reveal Trailer

Here is the official reveal trailer for the newly announced XBOX Scorpio. The system is a BEAST in terms of raw power and was revealed during the XBOX press conference for E3 2016. Microsoft made a huge splash during their E3 2016 press conference “revealing” two new systems. There will be an updated XBOX One model, which was leaked yesterday, called the XBOX One S and the all new Project Scorpio system. All of these new systems will be able to play XBOX One games and all accessories will be supported.

Check out the trailer and be sure to subscribe to us on YouTube.

Here is The XBOX One Slim



The all new XBOX One S has been revealed and we think it’s pretty darn sexy. The XBOX One Slim, or XBOX One S, will feature a 40% smaller console design, 2TB hard drive, a “streamlined controller, 4K output and a vertical stand. No details have been given regarding the price point of the system but I am already thinking of ways to save up. The XBOX press conference will be taking place tomorrow, so expect full details regarding the system tomorrow.

These E3 2016 leaks are LEGIT!!!

E3 2016: ReCore For XBOX One Release Date Revealed



It appears as though the XBOX One exclusive title ReCore finally has a release date. The release date for ReCore looks to be on September 13th for North America. This news comes just a day before Microsoft shows off their E3 2016 titles and we can bet ReCore will be one of the main focuses for the E3 show. The new screenshots looks pretty nice and I know I can’t wait to hear more about the game. Last year, ReCore definitely caught my attention, so I will be excited to hear more news regarding the game.

Microsoft’s E3 2016 press conference will be taking place tomorrow, June 13th so expect the flood gates to open for XBOX One and its upcoming games.

Looks good to us. What do you guys think?

Mighty No. 9 Boxart Revealed


Check out the gorgeous Mighty No.9 boxart everyone. The game is headed to pretty much every system known to man but this is a shot of the Wii U boxart. Deepsilver also announced that the game will be headed to store shelves as well as digital stores this September.

Check out the box art and let me know what you think.


Here is My Most Recent Game Haul

In an effort to spice things up around here, I have decided to be a bit more proactive on Youtube and Twitch. I recorded this video to show you guys one of my most recent gaming hauls and I hope you all enjoy it.

Let us know what games you have scored recently by shooting us a comment.


Treyarch Teases Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3


We all know that there will be a new Call of Duty title headed to consoles this November but apparently Treyarch has teased that the new Call of Duty will in fact be Call of Duty Black Ops 3. The team is said to have posted the tweet above and has apparently deleted it. Call of Duty Black Ops 3 seems to make sense as a ton of gamers love the “Black Ops” portion of the series.

What do you guys think?

Why Microsoft Needs to Keep The XBOX One Price at $349.99


Currently Microsoft’s latest home console is retailing for $349.99. Ever since the XBOX One has dropped to that aggressive price, the system has been selling out at retail stores across the nation. Every time we enter a retail store, we notice that the system is now sold out and seems to be a general trend since the big price drop.

$349.99 seems to be the sweet spot for the XBOX One and the gaming community has been rushing out to pick up Microsoft’s latest home console. The company has stated that this is a temporary price cut and the system will go back to its original price after this holiday season. Although Microsoft has been vocal about this being a temporary price cut, we here at myvideogamenews think it would be wise for the company to leave the price right where it is and gain some ground against Sony and the PS4.

Gamers have gotten used to the XBOX One being $349.99. Matter of fact, this price point for the system has shifted a ton of units and has put the XBOX brand back in the lime light. It’s no secret that Sony’s PS4 is off to a massive success and with this price cut, the XBOX brand is becoming a lot more competitive with Sony’s success machine, PS4.

The system has some fantastic titles already available at retail and gamers are more likely to place their hard earned dollars down on these exclusives if the price remains at $349.99. One can argue that gamers will buy games anyway, but with the price of the XBOX One being $50 less, it’s more money for gamers to pick up an extra game or controller.

Microsoft may be losing money on each system sold but they are most certainly gaining market share and may make it up with other avenues in their business model (controllers, games, XBOX live etc). We think that IF Microsoft does end up brining the price of the XBOX One back to it’s $399 mark, it would be a big mistake.

Momentum is currently in full swing in the XBOX camp and when you are in this business, momentum is a great thing to have in your favor. We think it would cause mass confusion with the general public if Microsoft decided to place the $399 price tag back on its home console.

Overall it appears as though Microsoft has found that all important sweet spot for their latest home console. The XBOX One is flying off the shelves and although it’s the holiday season, we think that they should ride this wave as long as they can. Eventually the company will reduce the price point to $349.99 anyway, so why not gain market share now and force Sony to play their hand with the PS4’s price.

What do you guys think Microsoft should do?