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Just this morning, we reported on rumors that Microsoft could be looking to release two new consoles this year and next year, but now there’s also reports of Microsoft looking to launch two new “streaming” devices.
Despite head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, openly denying that they were going to compete with the PS4 with another stronger console, it seems there are reports that a new and stronger Xbox could be debuting as soon as next year, along with a smaller version this year.
Fall in line, soldiers, because it’s time to talk about June’s lineup of titles that will be included in the Xbox Game with Gold collection. Get ready to command an army of elite soldiers, guide a squishy hero through death traps galore, drive really fast and…um…run around as a goat.
Ori and the Blind Forest is one of the best games you can play on the Xbox One but, due to its digital nature, not everybody has had an opportunity to play it yet. Good news! That’s all about to change as the developers announce a physical version of the little-indie-darling-that-could is finally making its way to store shelves.
Microsoft and 343 Industries are both gearing up for the biggest and final free update for Halo 5: Guardians on the Xbox One. The sci-fi shooter will receive a fairly hefty smattering of content for the Warzone mode, including some new PvE Firefights to give the multiplayer co-op some extra flair.
It looks like the cost of Xbox Live Gold subscriptions will be going up, but only for folks living in six countries.
Here's a bit of bad news for you creative types in the audience: It looks like Microsoft is pulling the plug on its word- and game-building title, Project Spark.
It feels like just yesterday that we jumped from the year 2015 to 2016, and video game releases have already begun to pour out. Thankfully, Gaming Blend has taken the opportunity to compile a list of some of gaming’s more major releases for the year 2016 so you can stay up to date with what’s coming.
Eddie Zarick, maker of the custom and decently portable Xbook One laptop, decided to celebrate the recent Star Wars Day with a new project. The guy created a special version of his portable home console themed after BB-8, complete with realistic sounds.
According to some recent reports surfacing out of the closure of Lionhead Studios is that the studio may not have shut down had Microsoft been willing to do one thing: let go of the Fable IP. There were supposedly studios lined up willing to pay hundreds of millions for Fable and Lionhead.
Who says there can't be a bit of friendliness on the battlefield of marketing and cutting edge technology? Phil Spencer, the head of the Xbox division, and Shuhei Yoshida, the president of worldwide studios at Sony, both exchanged some positive words on Twitter over Uncharted 4.
When Activision pulled back the curtain on its next big FPS, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, quite a few fans took to the internet to spew venom all over every comments section and message board available. Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg decided to address those haters head-on with the best weapon in his arsenal: Calm and collected logic.
Continuing the deluge of new pertaining to the May the Fourth celebration, it looks like a pair of new (old) games are now available to play on the Xbox One through backwards compatibility.
Over the past couple of years it's become tradition to tune in to see what new games, products, hardware and announcements are in store from the major three platform manufacturers and top tier publishers. Well, some streaming details have been announced so you can know exactly where to go to get your digital E3 fix.
Microsoft has unveiled their plans for E3, beyond just the announcement of when and where their all-important press conference will take place. The company rolled out details on the returning FanFest and the “Xbox Daily” show that will highlight some of the all-important announcements taking place at E3.