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Official Xbox Magazine

Official Xbox Magazine December 2019

Official Xbox Magazine is dedicated to delivering the latest information on the hottest current and upcoming Xbox games. Each issue comes packed with breaking details and first looks, as well as more in-depth commentary and expert analysis on all of the latest trends and thriving culture that surrounds the games industry.

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1 min
return of the jedi to xbox

Editor Hyped up for Star Wars, we took a moment to imagine ourselves in a galaxy far, far away. Here we have Criz Burko, the roguish space cowboy and captain of the good ship OXM. Don’t get on his bad side: he shoots first. Not long ago, in an office not very far away, a great issue of OXM came together. As massive Star Wars geeks you didn’t need to twist our arms to get us to put together this special Star Wars-focused issue. Not only do we have the lowdown on EA and Respawn’s action adventure game Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, but we’ve pulled together an epic supplement featuring the greatest Star Wars games ever to have graced an Xbox. There’s also a bonus digital magazine on the art of…

1 min
the oxm team

Adam Bryant Staff writer One of the few remaining Jedi left in existence, Adi-am Bryoni lives a sheltered life on a desert planet. Most of the time he sits in his home playing holo-Halo. Warren Brown Senior art editor You’ll find Warzo Brin posted up at the Mos Eisley Cantina. He paid Adi-Am 80,000 credits to teach him a Jedi Mind Trick so he can get free drinks for life. Drew Sleep Production editor As a protocol droid D3-Sleepeo earns his living by correcting other people’s words and language. He claims he was once proclaimed king of the Jawas. Dave Meikleham Contributor Drav Meeko is a gatherer of intelligence and critique of your wares. You’ll find him on the streets of Coruscant, hustling folk into games of rigged Dejarik.…

1 min

Here at OXM, we’re absolutely fanatical when it comes to Resident Evil. It hardly feels like a year has gone by since we were getting all kinds of excited for the Resident Evil 2 reboot, and that would have been enough to last us a little while… but here we are, reporting on news of a very different kind of Resident Evil game. Project Resistance (at least that’s its name for now) looks to offer up a rather different Resi experience than we’re used to. Essentially it’s an online co-operative survival game, but while four of you work together to survive, a fifth player controls the game’s monsters – even the unstoppable Tyrant! Find out everything we know about the game on page 8 this month! In fact, it seems…

6 min
a new breed of horror

Capcom has been on a roll in recent years, knocking it out of the park with a string of successful releases. Resident Evil 7, Monster Hunter: World, the Resident Evil 2 remake and Devil May Cry 5 all debuted to critical acclaim, and now it looks like this streak might continue with a surprising new title. Project Resistance is a 4v1 asymmetrical online co-op survival game set in the Resident Evil universe, and it is being developed by both Capcom and NeoBards, the studio behind the remake of Onimusha: Warlords. On the face of it, this might look like a remake or another entry in the multiplayer Resident Evil: Outbreak series, but while Project Resistance shares a few of the same mechanics, it’s something altogether different. Taking place in 1998, just before…

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oxm says

Chris Burke I’ve loved every Resident Evil game, both single player and co-op, like Raid mode in the Revelations games, so the idea of a fully co-op experience, with a PvP element in the Mastermind, is an exciting one. Bring it on, Capcom! Drew Sleep While I prefer playing horror games on my own, I’m kind of into this. I used to love playing Left 4 Dead with my mates, and Project Resistance is channelling that kind of energy, while throwing a bit of Dead By Daylight in there. Adam Bryant Okay, so Capcom didn’t announce a Resident Evil 3 remake or Resident Evil 8, but we should be excited that the developers are trying something new with the series. The concept of a ‘Mastermind’ player sounds awesome to me.…

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no cause for alarm

The development teams at Capcom have proved they are more than capable of switching up the formulae of their games. Talking on Twitter, producer Matt Walker stated the need to continue to offer new experiences in order to survive. “We as a company need to continue to branch out and try to offer up new gameplay in addition to refining the experiences people expect from us,” he says. “If we just continue to offer up the same thing over and over again, people will gradually lose interest with what we’re making. “The most important part?” Walker continues. “That it’s a great survival horror experience, if non-traditional. I think we confuse things when we make things related to IP that don’t stay true to the core spirit of the IP, but this…