Posts Tagged ‘Xbox Live’
The two December titles for Xbox Live's 'Games with Gold' program will be Gears of War and Shoot Many Robots.
The Xbox One launches tonight, but reports are coming in that you may want to avoid doing its mandatory software update via USB.
Microsoft will be extending their Games for Gold promotion for the Xbox 360, giving free games to Xbox Live Gold subscribers every month, to the Xbox One sometime next year.
Xbox Live's Director of Programming, Larry Hryb – more popularly known by his online moniker "Major Nelson" – released new details today regarding Xbox One's friends application.
Are the other members of your Xbox Live household restricted by the bundled boundaries of your Family Pack oppressiveness? Well, not anymore.
In this week’s Throwback Thursday, we check in with an Xbox 360 exclusive that Microsoft released as a free download on Xbox Live last week — Dead Rising 2.
PlayStation 4 is getting some “awesome” treatment with Awesomenauts blasting its way to the upcoming next-generation console.
Check out the information and an infographic regarding the Call of Duty: Ghosts multiplayer reveal August 14, 2013.
As another month begins, Xbox Live Gold members will have a chance to download three Xbox 360 titles from the past.
In another 360 (get it?) by Microsoft, it seems that indie publishing and development are now encouraged for the Xbox One.
Early this month, 343 Industries announced the upcoming Halo 4 Champions Bundle at their ”What’s Next: Halo 4 Summer 2013″ Panel. In case you missed the panel’s live steam, you can catch it here. Pay attention, because the details are tasty! The Champions Bundle will contain three DLC packs, as well as bonus […]
Activision and Treyarch keep the party going on Call of Duty: Black Ops II with a batch of new maps and a remake of an old favorite. Vengeance is officially available on Xbox Live and includes four new multiplayer maps, as well as a new Zombie map to slay those walking dead. Vengeance is the […]