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It looks like you won’t have to wait until November to see an unboxing of Microsoft’s next console, as they’ve just released an official unboxing video for the Xbox One.
Microsoft’s Larry Hryb serves as your guide throughout the video …Read More »
The Microsoft Xbox One gaming console is a true monster when it comes to the size of the device. The reason behind this, according to an unnamed Microsoft employee who spoke with Digital Foundry, is that it allows the …Read More »
Microsoft says indies will now be able to self-publish on Xbox One, retail consoles can be used as dev kits
Microsoft appears to be hell-bent on fixing everything that people have complained about for the Xbox One. After completely reversing their used games policy and online requirements, the company has announced a new stance for how it will approach independent …Read More »
With all the negativity facing the Xbox One, it wouldn’t come as a surprise if many gamers have no interest in taking another plunge with Xbox Live for another year. However, if you are a die-hard fan, a one-year free …Read More »
Microsoft representatives have confirmed that the Xbox One will allow users to play games while they’re still downloading to the system.
This means that the time it takes for users to actually play their digital games will be significantly reduced. …Read More »
The upcoming Android Moto X smartphone will come packed with a feature similar to Microsoft’s Kinect where the mic is constantly listening for any form of voice requests, according to a leaked video.
Like the Kinect camera that comes bundled …Read More »
There were numerous reports about a major reorganization about to take place within Microsoft last month and now it’s all official. CEO Steve Ballmer has announced a company-wide restructuring, resulting in two divisions — one dedicated to devices, and one …Read More »
According to a report from the South China Morning post, China is planning on ending its ban on video game consoles in the country. The production and sale of consoles were banned more than a decade ago in 2000 because …Read More »
Now this is a little awkward. Usually the enthusiast press in the games industry stays far away from taking sides, but Edge has taken it to a whole new level. In their latest issue, the magazine writes, “This is your …Read More »
It’s been more than a decade since Microsoft introduced the original Xbox, and since then we’ve grown increasingly used to its name. Just ask anybody who plays video games if they think the Xbox name is weird and they’ll probably …Read More »
Kinect is the secret weapon of the Xbox One game console from Microsoft; if the camera fails, the software giant can count its prospects of owning the living room good bye. While the camera is mainly designed for motion detection …Read More »
Don Mattrick recently stepped down from his position with Microsoft, also forfeiting his realignment as head of the hardware division, which he would have become in an upcoming in-house reorganization. Instead, he took a role at Zynga as CEO of …Read More »
In a rather strange turn of events, not long after Microsoft did a complete 360 in regards to how the Xbox One will work (see what I did there) Xbox Chief Don Mattrick has left the company. He has now …Read More »
According to the Wall Street Journal, Google is working on a video game console that will be powered by Android. If that sounds familiar, the recently released Ouya runs on Android as well. This device, however, would be both …Read More »
Microsoft completely reverses Xbox One policies, removes used games restrictions and will no longer require online checks every 24 hours
After Microsoft’s E3 press conference, the Xbox One got a lot of new nicknames: The Xbone, Xbox 359, or even the Xbox One-and-done. Now we can add a new nickname: the Xbox 180.
Microsoft executive Don Mattrick has announced on …Read More »
This infographic compares Xbox One vs PS4, based on information available to date.Read More »
Quantum Break is Remedy’s latest title, the company well known for the Max Payne and Alan Wake series. The developers claim it will offer a new form of entertainment as the title will ship with both a video game, …Read More »
Crimson Dragon is an on-the-rails shooter, which also happens to be the spiritual successor to Panzer Dragoon. Essentially, you fly a dragon around various environments fighting off baddies.
System: Xbox One
If you remember what Starfox 64 was like, then …Read More »
Ryse: Son of Rome looks to be an action packed hack and slash title following Roman soldiers through the many atrocities of war. The name is pretty much a clear cut indication of what the game is about, although I’m …Read More »
Killer Instinct is a reboot of the classic fighting series of the same name. Years in the making, Killer Instinct will see a return to the series’ zany characters and brutal fighting styles.
System: Xbox One
Microsoft and developer Double …Read More »
During Microsoft’s press conference at the currently ongoing E3 convention in Los Angeles, the company announced one of the biggest things we still didn’t know about the console. Nope, it wasn’t even more restrictive DRM or online requirements, but a …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 …Read More »
When the Xbox One was announced last month, the fear that Microsoft instilled on every gamer’s mind was the idea that used games would become a thing of the past. It also raised privacy concerns due its always-online nature. But …Read More »
Microsoft wants to give you rewards for watching TV and commercials, and that might not be a bad thing
One of the more addictive additions in gaming came in the form of achievements (rewards). After Microsoft introduced them back in 2005 with the launch of the Xbox 360, its popularity has spread everywhere from their rival Sony all the …Read More »
Is Microsoft gathering your personal data from the Xbox One and selling it? Australia and Germany are concerned
As most of you probably know, Microsoft announced the Xbox One last week. It has a ton of new features including an always-on camera and microphone. Which is bringing up some privacy concerns. In fact it’s said that it could …Read More »
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 …Read More »
When Microsoft unveiled its next-generation video game console, the Xbox One, they announced that every system would come with the next version of its Kinect sensor. In fact, the Xbox One requires the Kinect to function. Now the company has …Read More »
After several months of leaks and rumors, Microsoft officially announced the successor to the Xbox 360 at an event in their Redmond headquarters today. All signs pointed to the name, “Xbox Infinity,” but Microsoft amazingly kept its true name under …Read More »