Steam introdcues Family Sharing, lets you share your entire library of games with friends and family
Valve announced that they will soon be introducing a new feature called Steam Family Sharing. It’s most likely the feature you thought up in your head right now, and despite it seeming too good to be true, it’s actually happening.
With Steam Family Sharing, you’ll be allowed to share your entire Steam library with close friends and family.…Read More »
Xbox One needs to connect to the internet every 24 hours, used games can only be given away once, and Kinect features can be turned off
After basically keeping us all in the dark on the finer details of how the new Xbox One will work since its announcement, Microsoft has finally shed some light on the issue. Today the company released details on the console’s online requirement, games licensing and privacy concerns — here are the official answers to the biggest questions people have about the Xbox One:
- With Xbox One you can game offline for up to 24 hours on your primary console, or one hour if you are logged on to a separate console accessing your library.
When Microsoft announced the Xbox One, the company detailed virtually everything you needed to know about the device’s capabilities. Tech specs for the console, the Kinect motion sensor, and the new controller were easily available for anyone to see. But those details didn’t tell the whole story of the console, and Microsoft wasn’t exactly keen on clearing things up.…Read More »