Although it may have already started, we thought we would get the word out and let all Xbox fans know that Xbox is having a huge summer sale at the moment, Called the Ultimate Game Sale. Running from 30th June 2017 to 10th July 2017 gamer's could save up to 65% on games. Its a perfect time to take advantage and get any games you've had your eye on. If your an Xbox Gold member you also get an additional 10% off.
The past couple of outings into the Fable universe haven't been that well received. Though not terrible games, they seem to just fall shy of living up to the first and second game in terms of fun, mechanics, and generally a good experience. This hasn't killed the franchise, of course, with Fable Legends being announced for the Xbox One and PC, and Microsoft confirming back in January that it will allow cross platform play between the two systems.
If you're not up to speed, Fable Legends is a bit of a departure from the previous main games in the series. A focus on cooperative play, 4 heroes enter an arena controlled by a 5th player, who lays traps and sets monsters for the group of heroes. It sounds like a good mash up between a multitude of different genres, and seems to be part of the resurgence of games that go for asymmetry in their multiplayer, as opposed to all sides being equal.
With a new multiplayer game comes new cheats and hacks for players to gain an unfair advantage and generally just annoy other gamers. Titanfall released last week and there has been some reports of cheating, including aimbots, which essentially is a program that aims for the player, meaning headshots and the like are more likely and generally ruins the fun for everyone involved.
There have been reports that Respawn acknowledge that there's an issue with cheaters and have some anti-cheat measures for the game already that just aren't enabled yet. It's clearly important to them, as they're calling out cheaters and working to try and find the best way to deal with them. Some users joined in the twitter discussion, complaining about the cheats in general.
Ubisoft have made the decision to censor PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of PEGI 18 rated comedy RPG game, South Park: The Stick of Truth, in the Africa, the Middle East and in Europe. Similar changes have happened to Australia also. The PC version of the game remains unaffected by these changes.