Jamal Simpson

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Xbox One X: Microsoft Has Nothing to Justify the $499 Price Tag.

Like<p><b>Like</b> <b>Love</b> <b>Haha</b> <b>Wow</b> <b>Sad</b> <b>Angry</b><p><b>2</b><p>(<b>ThyBlackMan.com</b>) Microsoft at E3 2017 announced <i>Xbox One X</i> gaming console, previously known as Xbox One Scorpio and …

The best Minecraft seeds for beautiful, amazing worlds

Here, we've rounded up the best Minecraft seeds for you. No two Minecraft runs are ever the same, which is the magic of the game. One minute you …

Why the new Apple TV will kill your Xbox or Playstation

A new report gives us our best insight yet into the radically improved Apple TV expected to be launched next month, including the fact that it will ship with a motion-sensitive controller similar to the Nintendo Wiimote — but a hell of a lot sleeker. And that’s just to start.<p>In an exhaustive report …

Who Cares How 'Fallout 4' Looks? Modders Will Fix It

From what I’ve seen of <i>Fallout 4</i> so far, the game looks perfectly fine. The graphics aren’t the best I’ve ever seen, but it doesn’t look bad and it certainly looks better than <i>Fallout 3.</i> It’s more colorful, nicer around the edges. Plus it has that campy, vintage sci-fi look to it which makes it …

Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Is Exactly The Wrong Move For Microsoft

Amid all the hype and hyperbole inevitably – and mostly entertainingly – emerging from this year’s E3 gaming show, Microsoft’s revelation that it’s introducing backwards compatibility for Xbox 360 titles to the Xbox One stands out like the proverbial sore gamer’s thumb.<p>Why? Partly because it’s one …

Backward Compatibility

'House Of Wolves' Still Doesn't Solve Destiny's Biggest Problem

There’s been a lot of high praise for the latest <i>Destiny</i> expansion, <i>House of Wolves.</i> And there’s plenty to love about the new content—expanded PvP and PvE, a higher level cap, an expanded story, etc.<p>But nothing in <i>House of Wolves</i> can fix <i>Destiny’s</i> greatest shortcoming: The fact that the game is still a …