E3 continues to bring out the best and worst of the gaming community, as Microsoft apologized for a misogynistic gaff from their conference on Monday.
In a recent interview with Gametrailers, Xbox chief Don Mattrick put it bluntly; if you don’t like the Xbox One’s internet connectivity requirements, stick with the old console.
While the Xbox 360′s Kinect was a nice peripheral that could play a few good games with friends and family, it looks like the Xbox One’s Kinect is here to stay. But what if you don’t have the space to actually used the console properly? Well, Microsoft has decided to let you know the exact
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.
SuperDaE is an Australian hacker who was arrested earlier this year for breaching official sites and servers of gaming companies like Sony, Microsoft, Epic, Blizzard and even Valve. SuperDaE also vowed that if he was ever taken by police, he would eventually release an “insurance file” of material from those gaming companies, as a way
While the game was accidentally announced earlier this month by a GameInformer cover, Titanfall was billed as the main attraction for Microsoft’s new console. While not much is known about the game’s campaign, its multiplayer sure has a lot of mojo.
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.
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.
Microsoft have denied allegations of hiring people to comment positively or create counter-arguments to negative Xbox One stories
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.
AMD chipsets are in all of the major next-gen consoles, what does this entail for developers and PC gamers?
Microsoft has released the first official video featuring their upcoming Windows 8.1 OS. The four-minute video gives you a glimpse of things to come. June 26 can’t come soon enough, when the first official preview of the new OS will be released to public. Microsoft’s official Windows 8.1 Preview video highlights a couple of new
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.
New x86 Windows 8 tablets to ship with Microsoft Office & Windows RT 8.1 update to launch Outlook 2013 RT client
At this year's Computex Windows CFO Tami Reller reveals that all new x86 Windows 8 tablets will come pre-loaded with Office, and that Windows RT devices are getting access to Outlook 2013 with the upcoming 8.1 update.
Microsoft announced their first Halo title for Windows Phone 8, Windows 8 and Windows RT. Co-developed by 343 Industries, Halo: Spartan Assault will land on all three platforms coming July. The time has finally arrived. Microsoft, together with 343 industries has finally announced a Halo title for Windows 8, Windows RT and Windows Phone 8.
Qualcomm, one of the most dominant forces in the mobile chipset industry, announced that its latest (and greatest) Snapdragon 800 chipset has been certified for use with the soon-to-be-released Microsoft Windows 8.1 RT OS. Microsoft may use the new SoC in their upcoming Surface RT 2 tablet, to be launched later this year. Microsoft is
Michael Pachter puts forwards his predictions for the next console price war.