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GamerXChange Says, "Good-Bye"

It has been almost four years since GamerXChange launched. In those short years, GamerXChange has grown and has helped me along with those who have been part of my staff blossom and evolve along with it. This experience all started out as an experiment and I really didn’t know what I was getting into; But I […]

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Project Morpheus Hands-On Impressions

I got a VIP hands-on demo with Project Morpheus and it was amazing.

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PlayStation Now Hands-On Impressions

The PlayStation Now beta is going open in July but how is it now? Check out this preview from the E3 show floor.

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Freedom Wars Hands-On Preview

Freedom Wars can be the PlayStation Vita’s next big title and I got to play it at E3. Here’s my hands-on preview of Freedom Wars for PlayStation Vita.

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Interview | Industry Legend Tommy Tallarico Talks About Video Games Live Coming To Miami For the First Time

Video Games Live producer Tommy Tallarico talks with us about the show coming to Miami for the first time and he has a message for gamers, skeptics, and the people of Miami.

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What Microsoft's Acquisition Of The Gears Franchise Means For Its Future

Yesterday brought some interesting and surprising news from Microsoft. They have outright purchased the Gears Of War franchise and rights. Not just the future games, but the past games as well. Not only have they secured the Gears Of War games, but they’ve also secured the rights to all the merchandise and entertainment aspects as […]

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Top 20 Best Kinect Games

Note: [All opinions expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect that of GamerXChange] Kinect is a bit of a dirty word for some people. The Xbox 360 add-on has been a bit of a mixed bag to put things mildly, but that’s not to say that the peripheral doesn’t have some […]

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Including Kinect With Every Xbox One Is A Smart Move By Microsoft

It’s understandable that some people are a little uneasy about Kinect being included with every Xbox One console sold, but I think a lot of the disdain has to do with the test run of the original Kinect. I thought it was a good idea, but in reality the Xbox 360 version was just a […]

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Why I Pre-Ordered An Xbox One

Note: [All opinions expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect that of GamerXChange] When I mention that I’ve pre-ordered an Xbox One I get a wide range of reactions, mostly positive and sometimes I’ll get one of the angry internet vocalists that will go on and on about things I […]

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Microsoft Has Quiet Yet Successful Gamescom

Gamescom for Microsoft has come and gone, and even though they didn’t do a full on press conference, they did manage to have a solid Gamescom that was quiet and therefore successful. Microsoft has been building up a steady bit of forward momentum after reversing some policies that weren’t going over well with some of […]

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5 Things We Want In Dice's Star Wars Battlefront Game

Everyone who watched EA’s big E3 press conference got perhaps one of the biggest surprises of the event when a Star Wars Battlefront teaser was shown off for the first time. And while we didn’t see any actual footage or real information, it was definitely something Battlefront fans have been begging for since the last […]

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Have The Dualshock 4 Shoulder Buttons Been Renamed?

Assassin’s Creed IV screens indicate that the shoulder buttons on the PS4’s Dualshock 4 may be receiving a name change.

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When Will The Negativity Surrounding Xbox One Finally Stop?

We’ve all heard the jokes about the Xbox One, I mean who could forget the brilliant “Xbone” joke, or the current favorite “Xbox 180”? I mean whoever thought that one up clearly has an edge on everyone else when it comes to the intelligence department. The problem is that there comes a time when enough […]

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