If you've been holding off on an Xbox One because PC gaming is just too good to pass up, Microsoft has yet another offer to help bridge the world of PC gaming with the Xbox One. While we previously knew about Xbox Live and Xbox social apps being made available on Windows 10, what you probably didn't expect was cross-buy support.
The Xbox One struggled to attract a larger indie following due to some issues with the way developers perceived the release parity clause that made the Xbox One look less inviting than the PS4 and Wii U. Well, on Tuesday Microsoft announced that they have more than 30 games coming down the pipeline for the Xbox One via their ID@Xbox program, which is headed up by Chris Charla.
Last year, Minecraft sales crossed $60 million, making it the best-selling PC game in history. This incredible popularity is why Microsoft purchased Minecraft developer Mojang for $2.5 billion dollars in cash. But according to founder Markus “Notch” Persson, Microsoft wasn't the only well-to-do company that waved stacks of money in his face.
Microsoft has announced that they will be rewarding Xbox 360 gamers with free Xbox One games. That's right, gamers who receive free games via the Games With Gold program will receive Xbox One games even if they don't own an Xbox One.
According to a recent study, the PlayStation 4's popularity revolves around the console's mastery of high-resolution video output.
The most delicious bundle in video game history is now available in Hong Kong. Microsoft and Triple-O's are teaming up to make console gamers fatter by including a free hamburger with the purchase of an Xbox One.
Microsoft has been talking about certain features for the March update of the Xbox One's operating system ahead of the update itself, but we now have a full, detailed layout of what they have in store. Many highly awaited features will be included in the March roll out.
Microsoft will be holding a big sale for Xbox One and Xbox 360 games this week. However, many of the important details leaked about the Xbox Live event before they could officially reveal them.
Microsoft's new roller coaster simulator, ScreamRide, will crash-land on Xbox One and Xbox 360 systems on March 3rd. But if you're the impatient type, I have good news: the demo will be available at midnight tonight.
The Xbox One is in the process of receiving an update that will enable instant screenshots. I know, I know, PC gamers are saying “So the Xbox One is finally getting a 'Print Screen' function?” and PS4 gamers are probably saying “Welcome to the party.” But as the old saying goes, better late than never.
If you still haven't picked up an Xbox One yet, or perhaps you want to tape two consoles together to make the first ever Xbox Two, then you'll be able to do exactly that for slightly cheaper in the very near future, as Microsoft announces another $50 price cut is coming to its next gen console.
Microsoft recently announced some of the big new features for Windows 10, including the ability to stream games directly from the Xbox One. However, one of the features that they didn't readily disclose was something being worked on right now in the lab: streaming Windows 10 games to the Xbox One.
Microsoft is prepping to change the software landscape with Windows 10, and one of the main focal points of the upcoming operating system is that Microsoft has plans to focus on gaming this time around and the Xbox is going to play a part in it all.
Nintendo unveils the New 3DS XL for North Americans, Ubisoft talks up Watch Dogs 2 and Microsoft rides their price-cut to victory. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
Did you miss out on the holiday price cut for the Xbox One? Well, don't fret because Microsoft just put the discount back into effect.