It seems like Microsoft is doing everything it can to become more unpopular as fresh news reports suggest that their next-generation consoles won’t hit Asian markets for an entire year after launch, that’s 1 and half years from now.
Microsoft had to come out swinging today and they put their best player at bat. Starting off with a small trailer for a beloved franchise.
E3 2013 has been super exciting already with all the new IPs and games for next-generation consoles. But that didn’t stop DICE’s next masterpiece-to-be, Battlefield 4, from blowing our minds off.
E3 has always been Microsoft’s time to shine. Despite their abysmal initial announcement, there was still excitement in the air when Microsoft began their press conference. While some were hoping for clarifications to recent policy announcements, the main things gamers wanted to hear about were the games. Microsoft delivered by showing off some exclusives and
Microsoft have already clarified that their new console will need to be connected at least once a day to function and their new version of the Kinect will not have to be always-on, but even more concerns about privacy and connectivity have been raised with the release of their latest policies.
Get ready to pledge your hard-earned cash to Sony and Microsoft.
Redbox is known for their range of media rental services and their kiosks are found in malls next to idly standing indecisive people. Redbox is concerned with the ambiguous used games policies on the next generation of consoles and how it will affect their business, but instead of just whinging and moaning and letting things
EA, Ubisoft, Activision and Take-Two have come out of the woodwork to hopefully reassure fans.
Even with the games industry figuring out their next generation, the money continues to flow in.
The Witcher 2 was one of the most popular games of 2012. A PC exclusive at launch, developers CD Projekt RED wowed the entire gaming industry with their high quality and jaw-dropping visuals packed RPG title. Planned for 2014, we have with us today the new details and the first DX11 API based in-game screenshots.
These aren’t the droids you’re looking for.
Microsoft has answered the tumultuous questions surrounding the Xbox One, but their answers only confirm some of our worst fears: mandatory re-connects every 24 hours and restrictive licensing policies are just two of the daunting confirmations.
Konami have established themselves as a cool and comfortable gaming brand with a great stable of amazing franchises. 2013 will be the 40th anniversary for the internationally-renowned gaming company and with that came an amazing pre-E3 presentation to show off what they have in store for the Expo.
AMD chipsets are in all of the major next-gen consoles, what does this entail for developers and PC gamers?
To stir up the hype even more, Microsoft has just released a brand new pre-E3 teaser trailer that sets the tone for the gaming giant's overall presence during this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo.
Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer was reportedly meeting up with some Hollywood Executives to promote the Xbox One and its potential to become an important medium for delivering content.
Michael Pachter puts forwards his predictions for the next console price war.
Microsoft has reportedly registered a few .com and .net domains for "Halo: Spartan Assault", a move that may indicate that a new title in the groundbreaking franchise is in the pipeline.
June is here and with E3 so close, Nintendo and Microsoft are ready to tease more about their showcases.
Now the competition knows what cards they’re going to play, how much will we have to bet for this console generation?