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Of pensived and subdued desires the tender,<p>As of today, Microsoft's xCloud service is now available on Android phones through the Xbox Game Pass app, and with games like Grounded, Forza Horizon 4 and Destiny 2 included, it makes for a formidable offering.</p><p>Microsoft has been slowly pivoting their Xbox business from a traditional console company into a much more digital, multi-platform one for quite some time. It's been quite some time since any of their first-party exclusives were, in fact, only available through the Xbox Console as for the last few years they've been simultaneously releasing on the Windows Xbox App. Xbox Game Pass served to bring the ecosystem closer and away from being Xbox console specific, and now through Microsoft xCloud Android devices can also access it through the Xbox Game Pass app.</p>Razer Kishi for Xbox Game Pass review - The best way to play Project xCloud<p>What does that mean for Android users though? Well, if you're already an Xbox Game Pass subscriber then just grab the app and get going, if you're not though then you can sign up for the service for £1 (for the first month) over on the Xbox website. Once you've done that you'll be able to stream games from the cloud - rather than downloading them as you do on other platforms - direct down to your phone and get going.</p><p>Oh, as an aside, you'll need to be from one of the following 22 countries for it to work: Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.</p><p>All of this said, you'll probably find yourself needing a controller of some sort for most games, as only a handful of titles - like Minecraft Dungeons - have been optimised to work with touchscreen controls.</p><p>At launch, there are 172 games included for streaming to Android. More will follow later in the year, including offerings from EA who are said to be bringing their EA Play service to the platform soon.</p><p>Anyway, without further delay, you can find the list below:</p>A Plague Tale: InnocenceAbsolverAfterpartyAge of Wonders: PlanetfallARK: Survival EvolvedAstroneerBatman: Arkham KnightBattletoadsBattle Chasers: NightwarBlack DesertBlair WitchBleeding EdgeBloodstained: Ritual of the NightBridge Constructor PortalCarrionChildren of MortaClusterTruckCrackdown 3: CampaignCrosscodeDarksiders GenesisDarksiders IIIDayZde BlobDead by DaylightDead CellsDead Island Definitive EditionDeath SquaredDeliver us the moonDemon’s TiltDescendersDestiny 2: Shadowkeep & Forsaken expansion (September 22)DiRT 4Don’t StarveDouble Kick HeroesDrake HollowDungeon of the EndlessEnter The GungeonF1 2019Fallout 76Farming Simulator 17Felix the ReaperFishing Sim World: Pro TourFor the KingForagerForza Horizon 4Fractured MindsFrostpunk: Console EditionGato RobotoGears of War 1: Ultimate EditionGears of War 4Gears of War 5Goat SimulatorGolf with Your FriendsGroundedGuacamelee! 2Halo 5: GuardiansHalo Wars 1: Definitive EditionHalo Wars 2Halo: The Master Chief CollectionHalo: Spartan AssaultHellblade: Senua’s SacrificeHello NeighborHollow Knight (Renewal)Hot Shot RacingHuman Fall FlatHyperdotHypnospace OutlawIndivisibleJourney to the Savage PlanetKatana ZERO (Coming soon)Killer Instinct DEKonaLevelheadLonely Mountains: DownhillMarvel vs. Capcom: InfiniteMetro 2033 ReduxMiddle Earth: Shadow of WarMinecraft: DungeonsMINITMomodora: Reverie Under the MoonlightMoonlighterMortal Kombat X (Not available in Korea)Mount & Blade: WarbandMoving OutMudrunnerMunchkin: Quacked QuestMutant Year Zero: Road to EdenMy Time At PortiaNeon AbyssNew Super Lucky’s TaleNieR:AutomataNight CallNight in the Woods (Coming soon)No Man’s SkyNowhere ProphetObservationOri and the Blind Forest: Definitive EditionOri and the Will of the WispsOvercooked! 2OxenfreePathologic 2PikunikuPillars of Eternity: Complete EditionPower Rangers: Battle for the GridReCore: Definitive EditionRemnant: From the AshesResident Evil 7 BiohazardRise & ShineRiver City Girls (Coming soon)Sea of Thieves: Anniversary EditionSea SaltSecret NeighborShadow Warrior 2Slay the SpireSniper Elite 4SpiritfarerState of Decay 2: Juggernaut EditionStellarisStranger Things 3: The GameStreets of Rage 4Streets of RogueSubnauticaSurviving MarsTacomaTell Me Why Episode 1 – 3TerrariaThe Bard’s Tale IV: Directors CutThe Bard’s Tale Remastered and ResnarkledThe Bard’s Tale TrilogyThe Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance TacticsThe Elder Scrolls OnlineThe Gardens BetweenThe Jackbox Party Pack 4The Long DarkThe Lord of the Rings: Adventure Card GameThe MessengerThe Outer WorldsThe Surge 2The TourystThe Witcher 3: Wild HuntThe Escapists 2The Talos PrincipleThe Turing TestThe Walking Dead: A New Frontier – Episode 1 through 5The Walking Dead: Michonne – Episode 1 – 3The Walking Dead: Season TwotheHunter: Call of the WildThronebreaker: The Witcher TalesTotally Accurate Battle SimulatorTotally Reliable Delivery ServiceTouhou Luna NightsTracks – The Train Set GameTrailmakersTrain Sim World 2020Two Point HospitalUndermineUntitled Goose GameVoid BastardsWandersongWarhammer Vermintide 2 (Coming soon)Wasteland RemasteredWasteland 2: Director’s CutWasteland 3We Happy FewWest of DeadWizard of LegendWorld War ZWorms W.M.DXeno CrisisYakuza 0Yakuza KiwamiYakuza Kiwami 2<p>There are some absolute stand-out titles in there, Don't Starve, Double Kick Heroes, Indivisible, TABS and the Yakuza series are all games that I'd highly recommend you throw yourself into, and considering that the price of entry is £1 and some of these games are already available on mobile for more than that, it's an absolute steal.</p>Have you got any favourites from this list or any Game Pass games you are hoping will come over? I'm hoping Crusader Kings III will make the jump, and as Age of Wonders is already included it could well do that.
<p>The long-awaited redstone update for Minecraft's mobile edition is now available as a free update, on the iOS App Store. The Android version of the game will be updated to match very soon.</p><p>Redstone is the blocky world-builder's equivalent to electricity, allowing you to wire-up powered contraptions. You could make a button that opens a door, a lever that switches on a powered minecart track, or a pressure plate that detonates a box of TNT.</p><p>We'll have a complete guide to this stuff, very soon.</p><p>The update also adds new types of doors, rabbits, desert temples, and a bunch of new skins in the Biome Settlers Pack.</p><p>Mojang is already teasing the next update to the game, noting that "the rest of the redstone functionality" - meaning repeaters, comparators, and everything else missing from this version - "is right around the corner".</p>
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With the annexions of fair gems enriched,<p>Take this article with a pinch of salt, but it's pretty exciting news if it turns out to be factual. A week after the Nintendo Switch's reveal trailer, we may be getting a touchscreen device after all.</p><p>Despite showing off all of the places you can take your Switch, the detachment of its controllers, the little kickstand, the card slot, and its docking station we were never shown any sign that it could be touchscreen. Given Nintendo's upcoming debut in the mobile games area, it seemed awfully strange that the Switch wouldn't give us that option.</p><p>According to an article posted by Eurogamer yesterday, their trusted sources have leaked several bits of information that Nintendo has been keeping to itself. We could be getting our hands on a 6.2", 720p screen and – much like the average smartphone – the Switch may have a 10-point multi-touch display.</p><p>The question floating around a lot of our minds is why would Nintendo feel that the touchscreen was something to keep quiet? It could turn out that all of this is total nonsense, but if it is true the only benefit to secrecy would be to start up the rumour mill again and keep people excited about it for another five months.</p><p>It's a clever marketing ploy regardless.</p>
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<p>European retro-gaming outlet Funstock has announced a new gaming tablet called the BLAZE TAB.</p><p>It sounds like a knock-off Amazon Fire tablet, sure, but it seems to have its own identity. For starters, Funstock is pushing the idea that the BLAZE TAB is for retro gaming.</p><p>To this end, it has physical buttons as well as a touchscreen. There are two analogue sticks, a d-pad, and six face buttons. It also has a Start and Select button along the bottom.</p><p>Plus, it has a key remapping function so that you should be able to configure touchscreen controls to the tablet's buttons without too much hassle.</p><p>The other big feature is that it has a HDMI output so you can plug it straight into a TV rather than playing the games on the 7-inch screen. Just like the old days.</p><p>Note that it doesn't have any games installed on it but it does connect with Google Play. So any games you've already bought on there can be re-downloaded to the tablet.</p><p>Other than that, it's an Android-based tablet with a quad core processor and dedicated graphics processor.</p><p>It's designed to run games that were made for the ZX Spectrum, all the way up to the consoles of the mid-'90s such as the N64, Dreamcast, and PSOne.</p><p>It also comes with 16GB of internal memory which, as Funstock points out, should be able to store hundreds if not thousands of retro games.</p><p>If you're into it, you can pre-order the BLAZE TAB on Funstock's store right now for £99.99. It'll be out in Q3 2015.</p>Let it not tell your judgement I am old: