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Microsoft announced early this morning that the Xbox One will be available in 13 countries on November 22, one week after the launch of the PlayStation 4.
According to Major Nelson of Microsoft, the external storage feature will not be supported at the launch of the new Xbox One console.
Shortly before the launch of the Xbox One, Microsoft has decided to rename the Xbox Marketplace to the more user-friendly Xbox Games Store.
Microsoft has announced that they are launching a self-publishing program for indie Xbox One developers.
Microsoft throws another reversal play with news today that the Kinect not only doesn’t have to be on for the Xbox One to work, it doesn’t even have to be plugged in. This news coming just after Microsoft announced it would support self publishing of games.
Microsoft has yet to reveal specific details concerning what’s under the hood for the Xbox One. Today, they gave us a little bit of a teaser.
For those that are picking up an XBox One this November are now allowed to reserve extra controllers and headsets.
In another 360 (get it?) by Microsoft, it seems that indie publishing and development are now encouraged for the Xbox One.
We all remember when Halo: Forward Unto Dawn made it’s first appearance on YouTube last year prior to the launch of 343‘s Halo 4 title. It’s no surprise that earlier today the live-action title was nominated for an Emmy, for the Main Title Design Category. The Main Title Design Category rewards the work of the shows impressive […]
Be prepared for a new shift in gaming this next generation, regardless of whether you chose an Xbox One or PS4.
Not less than an hour after the news broke that the Xbox One‘s wildly unpopular DRM policies would be completely reversed, Gears of War creator Cliff Bleszinski let it be known that the gaming industry is doomed. DOOMED, I say.