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Gamescom, the other major gaming convention of the summer, is only about a month away. Today Microsoft revealed what they'll be showing off during Gamescom 2015.
Microsoft has revealed the new limited edition Forza Motorsport 6 Xbox One game console. It features a blue livery with a stripe over the matte section with a special reflective logo on the side of the console celebrating the 10 year anniversary of Turn 10 Studios' Forza Motorsport series.
I've been following emulation for many years and tried keeping up with certain emulators to see how they progressed, so I was colored with surprise when Phil Spencer, the head of the Xbox division, started dropping knowledge-bombs about the technical side of emulation and how Microsoft managed to get the Xbox One to properly emulate the Xbox 360.
According to some of the folk at Sony Computer Entertainment, they were blindsided and surprised that Microsoft announced that the Xbox One would be backwards compatible with the Xbox 360. It wasn't just sony that was surprised by the news, though. Gamers were quite taken aback by the news as well.
One of Microsoft's biggest announcements at E3 2015 was backwards compatibility for Xbox One. Xbox One owners will be able to play Xbox 360 games on their new console when the feature publicly launches in Fall 2015.
If you thought that the backwards compatibility feature coming to the Xbox One was a really cool thing, you'll likely be equally impressed to know that Windows 10 can stream Xbox 360 games running on the Xbox One.
From AAA games to indie titles, third party offerings to exclusives, new services to fresh peripherals, the Xbox One came out swinging hard at this year’s E3 press conference, offering a little something for everyone gaming on Microsoft’s home console.
Microsoft pulled out a big announcement at this year's E3: they announced that the Xbox One will have full backwards compatibility with Xbox 360 games starting this holiday season. Xbox One owners lucky enough to partake in the preview beta tests will have early access to backwards compatibility for Microsoft's home console.
Microsoft won't be bringing every big Xbox One exclusive to E3 2015. Xbox head Phil Spencer confirmed that three major releases for the console will be skipping the convention altogether.
Microsoft recently announced in conjunction with Oculus that the Rift will be compatible with the Xbox One through Windows 10 and that every unit will come with an Xbox One controller. The news has created quite a bit of buzz leading up to the Oculus Rift launch in 2016.
Every E3, the biggest gaming companies hold press conferences to make a series of announcements. They show off gameplay demos, reveal never-before-seen games and more.
Microsoft announced today that they're going to start selling a 1TB model of the Xbox One. If you're on a budget, though, you can still get the standard 500GB model.
Microsoft accidentally released some major details about Forza Motorsport 6. The company's Japanese website shared information on several features of the game including the technical specs and multiplayer before being pulled down.
The wait for Windows 10 is nearly over as Microsoft Corp this morning announced the that its new operating system will arrive on July 29 in 190 countries. As an added bonus, it’ll even be a free upgrade for folks currently running Windows 7 and Windows 8.1.
Rumors spread wild and fast that Microsoft had picked up the license to publisher Silent Hills, the collaborative project between Hideo Kojima, Guillermo Del Toro and Norman Reedus. Xbox division head honcho Phil Spencer has shot down the claims that Microsoft bought Silent Hills from Konami.