VIDEO | PS4 Tuesday, November 21, 2017 | 5:00 PM
PlayLink arrives on Gamersyde

Hardcore or core gamers are not the only targets for Sony and with a concept like Playlink, they are clearly trying to appeal to a wider audience. With tiltes like Who are You?, Knowledge is Power or SingStar Celebration, party games are back if you have friends to share them with and a smartphone (or a tablet). More surprisingly, two more story-driven experiences are also proposed in the PlayLink range, with Planet of the Apes: Last Frontier by The Imaginarium, and Hidden Agenda by Supermassive Games (the makers of Until Dawn). Though we're not quite sure such titles are meant to be played cooperatively or competitively, it's still interesting to see Sony try something else. Check out our videos inside.

TRAILER | PC, PS4, Xbox One Monday, November 20, 2017 | 5:57 PM
R6S: White Noise & Year 3 details

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege players are able to try Operation White Noise for the first time today with the technical test servers. The content of Year 2 Season 4 takes players into the heights of South Korea with the Mok Myeok Tower map plus three new operators: 707th SMB's Dokkaebi and Vigil and Polish GROM CTU agent Zofia Bosak. Ubisoft also reveals the first details of Year 3 that will see the first coop event with Outbreak. More details, screens and trailer inside.

VIDEO | PC, Xbox One Sunday, November 19, 2017 | 10:45 PM
Halo Wars 2 on Xbox One X

Back in February 2017, our good friend CpRBe posted some 1440p videos of Halo Wars 2, but since the game was patched for Xbox One X, here are a few more. To gain time, we chose to only show the playable introduction in 4K so you can compare with the footage we made at the time. As we never put it up for you, we've also added the (1080p) CG intro as a bonus.

VIDEO | PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch Sunday, November 19, 2017 | 3:20 PM
LEGO Marvel SH 2 Xbox One X videos

LEGO games keep getting released and the formula never really changes, which is probably fine for kids as they don't really mind. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 has just been released and it is not going to make you like the franchise if you have never been interested in it before. The disappointing part is that the game does not show any particular enhancements on Xbox One X, as proven by the following 4 videos. Other than that, it's just as fun for children as the previous games in the series and it is still one of the few titles including couch co-op.

VIDEO | PC, PS4, Xbox One Friday, November 17, 2017 | 11:20 PM
WRC 7 on Xbox One X

You'd think we'd be out of Xbox One Enhanced games but we're not quite yet. WRC 7 was also updated to improve its visuals and it shows when compared to the Xbox One S version, even though framerate remains locked at 30 fps.

VIDEO | PC, PS4, Xbox One Friday, November 17, 2017 | 4:55 PM
Bethesda also enhanced on One X

As crazy as it may sound, we haven't covered all the games which have been Xbox One X enhanced since the launch of the console. Bethesda also updated quite a few titles, among which Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, Dishonored 2 (and its DLC) and The Evil Within 2. You'll have to wait a bit more for the latter, but we have recorded high quality videos of all the other 2. As you'll see, image quality is definitely improved compared to the base Xbox One versions, but framerate is still not 100% smooth, even in The New Colossus, which however provides the best console experience here.

VIDEO | X360, PS3, PC, PS4, Xbox One Friday, November 17, 2017 | 10:35 AM
L.A. Noire Switch videos

As usual, the Nintendo Switch version of a third party party proves more enjoyable in portable mode than when the console is docked. L.A. Noire indeed looks very similar to the old gen versions of the game when played on a TV, with visible aliasing and some framerate issues. When using the Switch as a handheld though, the game looks pretty good and seems to run a lot better from what we've seen. Although it is clear that Team Bondi's game was not without flaws, we can still recommend it to those who haven't played it and who will favor the handheld configuration to the docked one.

VIDEO | PC, Xbox One Friday, November 17, 2017 | 12:55 AM
ReCore finally patched on One X

Xbox One games keep getting regular Xbox One X updates so they can take advantage of the added power and tonight it is the turn of ReCore. Although the resolution doesn't reach 4K, it is still higher than in the original version of the game on base Xbox One as the patch allows owners to play in 1440p. We remind those who might be interested in the game that it is part of the list of titles available in the Xbox Game Pass service. Enjoy the videos!

VIDEO | X360, PS3, PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch Friday, November 17, 2017 | 12:45 AM
Our 4K videos of L.A. Noire on One X

Apparently, 2011 seems to be quite eager to come back to us this week with another pretty big title of that year, L.A. Noire, originally released on Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and later PC. Team Bondi's game returns in shiny 4K on Xbox One X and Playstation Pro and we have some gameplay footage recorded on Microsoft's latest console to show you tonight. Enjoy!

GSY TECH | PC, PS4, Xbox One Thursday, November 16, 2017 | 9:10 PM
PCARS 2 new FPS tests on One X

Project CARS 2 was updated on Xbox One today, and though we don't know exactly what the patch is supposed to improve, we still wanted to prepare a few more framerate analysis videos. Another reason to do it was that the previous ones we put up a bit more than a week ago had no sound because of some technical issue on our side, and we wanted to make it up to you somehow. As you'll see, the Xbox One X version can now maintain 60 frames per second in almost all circumstances, with a huge bump in image quality (something we said/showed before). It doesn't come without a price to pay though, as tearing remains really visible in some parts of the circuits we've tested. It would be nice to be able to choose Vsync over the resolution boost, but well...

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