Find game reviews, guides and walkthroughs for a wide variety of Xbox games, including classic titles and recently released titles for Xbox 360 and Kinect. You’ll find gameplay tips and articles written and vetted by experienced gamers and editors at AlteredGamer.com.
Video games rock. The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 are strong competitors for a gamer’s attention. How well do you think you know these next-gen console systems? Take this quiz to test your knowledge and see if you are a hardcore gamer or just a casual player.
Everyone is familiar with Call of Duty, Halo, Oblivion, Mass Effect and Gears of War, but what do you play after conquering all of the popular AAA titles? We’ve compiled a top 10 list of some of the best hidden gems available for the Xbox 360, from the totally obscure to the simply overlooked.
Holiday 2011 is shaping up to be one of the best in history for fans of action games. If you, or your favorite gamer, hasn’t already gotten your hands on these titles, put them at the top of your Christmas list.
Sure, we’re all going to have our own personal preferences, but why go through such great lengths to bash a perfectly good gaming system? In comparing Wii, Playstation and Xbox, they all come out on top.
Last week, Xbox Live’s Major Nelson officially announced the oft-rumored Xbox 360 controller redesign. The new controller features an improved D-pad, redefined aesthetics, and upgraded analog sticks. Read on for full details on this long-awaited redesign.
Unlike its major competitors in the console business, playing online on the Xbox 360 is not free. Gamers need an Xbox Live Gold Membership to compete online. For those with empty pockets, all is not lost. There are a few ways to gain free access to the service.
Is the Xbox 360 on-screen keyboard’s default alphabetical layout driving you insane? Would you prefer a more standard QWERTY keyboard? Good news! You can switch your input method quickly and easily, just follow our detailed instructions.
So many of the Xbox 360’s amazing features depend on a single thing: the ability to access the internet. With our guide to connecting your Xbox 360 to your existing wireless network, you can easily set up your console and ensure you don’t miss out on a single awesome feature.
Purchasing a code for that new game addon or bundle of Microsoft Points is the easy part. Figuring out just where you’re supposed to enter it can be a little more difficult. Our guide will walk you through the process of redeeming Xbox Live codes from start to finish.
Microsoft are promising a revolution in how we control and interact with video games with their new Kinect system for Xbox 360. Bright Hub takes a look at the first batch of Xbox 360 Kinect games and judges whether they can live up to the hype.
The Xbox 360 gaming experience is closely integrated with its online service, Xbox Live. In this article, Bright Hub shows you how to set up Xbox Live for your Xbox 360 and get online with your friends in next to no time.
Is your Xbox Live Avatar looking a little plain and threadbare? Bright Hub shows you how to access some snazzy new threads and accessories for your Avatar and what Xbox 360 games feature unlockable hidden Xbox Live Avatar Awards.
Want to connect your Xbox 360 wirelessly to the Internet but don’t want to have to splash out for the official Microsoft Wireless Network Adapter? Bright Hub shows you how a wireless-equipped laptop or desktop with Windows XP, Vista or 7 can make a great substitute for the wireless adapter.