Posts Tagged ‘microsoft’
Like Siri to the iPhone and Google Now to Android, Microsoft is now introducing it’s own little personal pocket assistant, Cortana. If you’re familiar with Halo, then the name Cortana should of course ring a bell; if not, well get ready to say hello to your new handheld sidekick.
I know there has been a lot of speculation with Xbox One hardware issues. Clicking disc drives, bricked boxes, so on and so forth. I haven’t heard much about it in a while, since the ones that were having issues have already been replaced. Some however, are finding that their Day One 2013 Xbox Ones, […]
Microsoft’s first big game of 2014, Titanfall, has officially launched.
According to a press release received by Bloomberg, Sony is bragging that the Playstation 4 outsold the Xbox One roughly two-to-one in January in the United States, based on the most recent NPD report.
According to Xbox Product Chief Mark Whitten, the Xbox One‘s March update will bring back multiplayer features from the Xbox 360, with intentions of improving the multiplayer experience in advance of the release of Titanfall.
After less than a week as the new CEO of Microsoft, The Washington Post reports Satya Nadella is reportedly under significant pressure to “abandon… non-essential product lines” and refocus on Microsoft’s bread and butter—Office, Server, and other things their business customers buy in droves.
Just a few days ago, Double Helix released the next playable character, Orchid, for its Xbox One exclusive, Killer Instinct. What’s happened since? Oh, Amazon just bought them.
If you were to ask someone on the street who would be the first video game company to come to mind, chances are you’d hear “Nintendo.” That’s not an accident.
Microsoft has reached a deal with North Carolina-based studio Epic Games to acquire its Gears of War franchise. Microsoft Studios has published the Gears of War series since its first entry back in 2006, but will own all existing and future games in their entirety henceforth.
The first competitive tournament on the Xbox One will be held in Los Angeles, California March 28 - 30 with the world's best Call of Duty: Ghosts teams competing. This tournament will hold a $1 million prize pool for the ultimate competition in next gen eSports.
Killer Instinct has been one of those have-to-own games in the launch line-up for the Xbox One.
It wouldn’t be Xbox without Halo. Microsoft’s senior PR manager Rob Semsey took to Twitter to assure fans that the next Halo would definitely be making its way to Xbox One sometime in 2014. There was some concern over the next Halo‘s release date after the flagship franchise’s name was left out of Microsoft’s Xbox One sales […]