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Xbox news recap: Kodi app launches on Xbox One, Games for Gold release early and more | On MSFT
Welcome to our weekly Xbox news recap series, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Xbox. Let’s get started. Kodi app launches for Xbox One The popular media center app, Kodi, has recently gotten an app for Xbox One. The app lets you explore media content across your network, peeking into the hard drives of connected devices. The app should be useful for people with several devices who intend for the Xbox One to become the center of their entertainment suite, and is available on the Xbox store for free. Unfortunately, the app currently doesn’t support the Xbox One Media Remote, so you’ll have to just use your controller for now. Tomb Raider and Van Helsing: 2018 come to Gold members early Every month, Xbox Live Gold users get a handful of free games. This time around, January’s games came early – dropping at the very end of December for people who want something to do on New Year’s, and don’t have a party…
Are the free Xbox Games With Gold titles for January 2018 any good? | TheXboxHub
It’s fair to say that 2017 has given us a decent year in terms of Games With Gold offerings, with games such as Project Cars, Ryse, Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams and Trackmania Turbo given out free of charge in recent months. Xbox Live Gold members have certainly had plenty to be excited about. Admittedly not every month has provided a stellar line-up but there’s been enough quality to make a difference.
Now though with 2018 upon us, and January’s line-up of free titles already confirmed, let’s take a look to see if the free Xbox Games With Gold titles for January 2018 will be starting us off with a bang….
Ultimate Chicken Horse Review – The Gamers Lounge
Ultimate Chicken Horse is a corny multiplayer party game where you control cute little animals as they play Chicken with death and pull an ‘I can do better’ game of Horse trying to get from Point A to Point B. Single player exists but is sparse. While there is online play, the game truly shines in couch co-op, watching your friends squirm trying to get through your mutually created death trap. …
CheatCC’s Best of the Rest of 2017
Platform exclusives are cool and all, but this year, there was a wealth of amazing games that weren’t exclusive to the Switch, Wii U, Xbox One, or PlayStation 4. In fact, they weren’t even relegated to consoles. Even Nintendo has gone mobile! So join CheatCC as they countdown all the best of the rest that doesn’t fall into the traditional categories of 2017!
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