Microsoft has informed event planners and third-party developers that it is planning a one hour-long press event for Gamescom this August, something Microsoft has never done before
Microsoft’s new Xbox One community will be segregated, not by race or gender, but by people’s ability to interact properly with other players.
The $499 pricetag is one of the many things that go against the Xbox One when it is compared against its competition; it is a full $100 expensive than crowd-favorite next-gen console – Sony’s PlayStation 4. The Xbox One’s price is second only to the PlayStation 3’s $599 original pricetag, when adjusted for inflation and
Albert Penello, head of Xbox’s product planning, said in an interview in May that it is ultimately the games that matter, not the hardware specs of a console. He has now clarified as to what he meant by that statement. Microsoft cannot seem to catch a break. Ever since it has unveiled the Xbox
Microsoft is back at the Tokyo Game Show after giving the event a miss last year. The Redmond-based organization has been confirmed as one of over 180 companies that will be exhibiting their wares at the event this year.
A rumor surrounding the first downloadable content pack for BioShock: Infinite has surfaced, and it may in fact be releasing sometime in late July.
Microsoft is working hard to improve the memory bandwidth situation on the Xbox One, and they just might have had a breakthrough.
Xbox Product Planning executive Albert Penello argues that comparing the raw spec data of Microsoft's Xbox One console against Sony's PS4 is "meaningless" and a "pointless endeavor".
Here is some good for those who care about the single player campaign of their Battlefield games. After last years fiasco it looks like DICE is attempting to make amends and offer a better experience.
Microsoft unveiled the next revision to DirectX. Say hello to DirectX 11.2, coming to Windows 8.1 PCs and the Xbox One console later this year.
Popular game development engine Unity3D will soon support Microsoft’s next-generation console – the Xbox One – along with mobile OS Windows Phone 8, and the desktop / tablet-oriented Windows Store. Details after the jump!
PC gamers around the world are sometimes left scratching their heads as to why they are left out on certain titles that seem like they’d actually do better on that platform. There is still hope for this title.
Square Enix has recently revealed character bios for a few of the main protagonists of their upcoming real-time next-gen RPG Final Fantasy XV.
Microsoft will launch its own official Xbox One headset to compete with the likes of Turtle Beach, which has also revealed that they, too, will produce sound peripherals for Microsoft’s next-gen system.
At this year's E3 expo we had the opportunity to go hands-on with Machine Games' gritty tough-as-nails Wolfenstein reboot. Jump in to check out our experiences with Bethesda's newest chaotic FPS maelstrom.
At this year's E3 expo, Ubisoft took us on an astounding adventure through the golden age of piracy in Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, showcasing the game's expansive environments and newly evolved in-game features.
A supposed Microsoft employee with an anonymous post on Pastebin, has explained why they’re heartbroken about the change in policy regarding online requirments and DRM for the Xbox One.
Recently, speculation has arisen that the newly announced Halo title revealed at Microsoft's E3 conference may not be Halo 5, but instead be a title the bridges the narrative to future releases in 343i's 'Reclaimer Saga'.
The Xbox One exclusive will have some Smart Glass specific content for the upcoming Capcom zombie adventure.
A Thief reboot has been a long time coming for fans and gamers alike and Eidos Montreal are proud to announce the game will be released on Xbox 360 / PS3 and simultaneously on next-gen consoles (PS4 and Xbox One). The company have been working on the game for two years and going to make