Do you know the game Roblox? No? Then you are like many other players. But the sandbox adventure has a huge community with up to 48 million players monthly. Creative minds can even make money with the game!
The sandbox title Roblox is probably under the radar with many gamers, even if there is a very loyal community. At Roblox, you can do as much as you like: ride a roller coaster, fight giants, participate in races, play paintball, explore the world as a bird? No problem! Either you create your own little world or you use an already existing environment as an experiment room. Graphically and technically, Roblox is guided by Minecraft and the LEGO block-up hit, with children and teenagers being addressed – with success!
Roblox: If you want it to be good, do it yourself!
Behind the game the developer Roblox is Roblox Corporation. And this is appreciated by his community, because very ambitious level developers are paid for the work financially. Overall, Roblox has already 9,2
Roblox: You want to deliver pizza? No problem! Source: Roblox millions of dollars paid to community projects.
Anyone who wants to enter the world of Roblox hack no verification plays on all kinds of devices. In addition to PC and Xbox One, it is mainly on smartphone and tablet to the point. Both on iOS and Android devices, the endless world of Roblox is open to you. There is even a version for Virtual Reality.
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Microsoft axes all its communication around its future Xbox on a particular resolution: the 4K. Yes, but what about 1080p? Will players who have not yet had the means to invest in a 4K television will be deprived of the delights of the Scorpio? In a nutshell, is the next Microsoft console worth a “simple” FHD screen?
These questions were posed to Phil Spencer by the British newspaper The Guardian in an exclusive interview with the head of the Xbox division. And if its answer is perhaps lacking a bit of spice, it still allows to dispel some areas of shadow on the cordial understanding provided between Xbox one scorpio.
As we know, Microsoft’s next generation will be compatible with resolutions lower than Ultra High Definition, and in particular capable of managing the 1080p on the fly. It remains to be seen whether the difference in power between Xbox One classic and Xbox Scorpio is really relevant on a Full HD TV.
The resolution at work for 1080p without any concession?
Obviously without any detailed comparison, it is difficult to say anything definitively, however Phil Spencer wants to be reassuring, players will be able to benefit from the Scorpio whatever the resolution of their TV.
“I think Scorpio is made for customers who want to have the best version of console games, whether they have a 1080 or 4K TV. I’ve a Scorpio at home and I have switched it from a 1080p TV to a 4K TV and vice versa. If you connect a Scorpio on a 1080p TV you will see the difference. I can tell you”.
What the director of Microsoft Studios added: “You’ll see games originally released on Xbox One, which will run better on the Scorpio with the best CPU/GPU couple and things like the resolution that Halo uses. You will realize that the game often runs – or even all the time – in better resolution. And if developers work specifically for Scorpio, then there will be a lot of margin, to do something great.”
In other words, the Scorpio will be well at home in both 4K and full HD. This is good news for players with Full HD tiles, who will surely see their games benefit from a better treatment, and a more stable framerate than the 4K enthusiasts.
This time around, Ryse: Son of Rome and The Walking Dead: Season Two for Xbox One, Darksiders and Assassin’s Creed: Revelations for Xbox 360. Because of the backward compatibility, Xbox Live Gold members on the Xbox One can also access the two Xbox 360 games.
Games with Gold in April 2017:
- Ryse: Son of Rome ($19.99) is available on Xbox One from April 1st to April 30th
- The Walking Dead: Season 2 ($24.99) is available from April 16 to May 15 on Xbox One
- Darksiders ($19.99) will be available on Xbox 360 and Xbox One from April 1st to April 15th
- Assassin’s Creed: Revelations ($19.99) will be available on Xbox 360 and Xbox One from April 16th to April 30th.
The current Games-with-Gold package includes (March 2017):
- Layers of Fear ($19.99) is available on Xbox One from March 1st to March 31st
- Evolve Ultimate Edition ($49.99) will be available on Xbox LIVE from March 16th to April 15th
- Borderlands 2 ($19.99) will be available on Xbox 360 and Xbox One from March 1 to March 15
- Heavy Weapon ($9.99) will be available on Xbox 360 and Xbox One from 16th to 31st March
The “Games with Gold” offer is only valid for paid Xbox Live Gold members. Each participating game is only available for download from the Xbox Store within the specified time period, free of charge. Some games may only be downloaded by adult account holders (minimum age 18 years).
Since yesterday the shooter “Call of Duty Black Ops 2” can be played on the Xbox One. It’s not a remake, but the Xbox 360 version has been made fit for the downside compatibility of the current console. The Xbox One, of course, has more power than the more mature Xbox 360. But, how does this advantage affect the shooter?
The editor of VG Tech followed this question. On Youtube, shortly after the release of the Xbox One compatible version of “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2”, a video was published in two versions are compared in the course of the game. In summary, “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” on the Xbox One is mostly running at stable 60 FPS, while the Xbox 360 reaches the 60 frames per second easily.
Originally published, “Call of Duty Black Ops 2” was already in 2012. At that time the platforms PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC were supplied. Here the comparison video mentioned at the beginning: