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Five additional first-party Microsoft Studios titles are rolling out to Steam, with THQ Nordic picking up the physical edition publishing duties. Up until now these five games have been exclusive to the Xbox and Windows 10 stores but will now be playable through a Steam client.
ReCore may have hit with all the force of a Nerf gun when it arrived last year but Microsoft seems to be keen to give it another shot at being the gaming nuke it hoped it could be. Announced at Gamescom 2017, Microsoft and Armature will be launching ReCore Definitive Edition on August 29th, complete with an all-new expansion pack, the T8-NK Corebot, and an overall tidy up that should help deliver a more polished experience throughout.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has hit out at critics in a recent interview, claiming recent Xbox One and Windows Store titles have been scored lower in order for some sites to scoop up cheap clicks.
Those with keener memories probably remember already reading an article about ReCore's system requirements. That's because Microsoft has already announced one lot of system requirements but it's now gone and changed them. However, these new changed requirements for ReCore got a little easier on the minimum required specs to play the game.
Legendary game developer Keiji Inafune might have become a whole lot less legendary with Mighty No. 9, but when the Mega Man creator helms a game, people inevitably sit up and take notice. Inafune's producing ReCore, out on September 13th from Microsoft. It's an ultra-hard third-person action adventure with intense, core-swapping combat. Before you strap in, check out the official ReCore system requirements and make sure your rig's ready.
After the mess that was Mighty No. 9, legendary Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune has his work cut out to regains fans’ trust. Armature Studios’ ReCore is out early next month with Inafune in the producer’s seat. We’ve got no idea whether it’s going to be an up-cycled masterpiece or a pile of garbage, but we’ll let you form your own opinion with the Gamescom 2016 trailer.
Ordinarily a Microsoft E3 press conference would only be of interest to Xbox One owners, but things are a little bit different this time around. Microsoft has said there's going to be huge announcements relating to PC gaming and the relationship between PC and Xbox. The expectation is that, going forward, all Xbox One exclusives will also launch on Windows. 
The online resume of one of Armature Studio’s employees looks to have revealed that a PC version of ReCore is in the works. The third-person action-adventure game from Armature and Concept was revealed during Microsoft’s E3 press conference as an Xbox One exclusive. ReCore features a female protagonist with a grappling hook capable of grabbing cores, which can then be placed into various robots to bring them to life.