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Microsoft let gamers know that Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition and Minecraft: Pocket Edition will be updated with some brand new redstone components set to arrive with the long-awaited and highly anticipated “Overworld” update.
One of the upcoming games as part of the Xbox One's backwards compatibility feature will be Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption. Ahead of the official announcement for the game being added to the list, the game has already leaked early and some people are playing it right now on their Xbox One.
Microsoft had previously announced a new version of Minecraft called the Minecraft: Education Edition, but it wasn't just about bringing a new version of the game to the market, it's about bringing a new version of the game to the classroom in local schools.
So it appears as if Microsoft and Rare could be reviving Conker yet again. After announcing his return via Project Spark it caused a lot of the hype for the foul-mouthed squirrel to fizzle. But a store listing has revealed that Microsoft isn't giving up on the animal with an attitude just yet.
Microsoft announced that they have 10 Xbox 360 titles joining the software ranks of the Xbox One as part of their backwards compatible initiative for their current generation home console. Many of the games are likely familiar to most Xbox owners, ranging from well known indie titles to big name AAA games.
Microsoft and developer Motiga have been working arduously on bringing their MOBA-style, free-to-play action game, Gigantic, to PC and Xbox One. Gamers have been play-testing the title off and on during a closed beta period, but now Motiga is going a different route with the beta by enabling gamers who are registered to have 24/7 access to the content.
A lawsuit nearly 10 years in the making has made it all the way to the Supreme Court as robed dispensers of justice prepare to hear a plea from Microsoft as to why an Xbox 360 disc-scratching class action lawsuit should be thrown out.
The family of the deceased Jonas Savimbi, and legendary Angolan rebel leader who was assassinated back in 2002, is suing Activision Blizzard for $1 million over the depiction of Savimbi in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. Some of the kids of Savimbi claim that his depiction is that of a “halfwit” and a “barbarian”.
Microsoft has been consistent in offering a lot of bundle deals for potential consumers, constantly announcing different ways to get one or more games at a discounted rate. The latest bundle includes a digital copy of Ubisoft's upcoming post-apocalyptic title The Division and a 1TB Xbox One unit.
Electronic Arts is rewarding Xbox Live Gold subscribers with a bit of a treat next week... well, it's more like a big treat. Up to 15 games from the EA Access vault will be made available for free to Xbox Live Gold subscribers for one week only.
You know you’ve got server issues when the one and only Snoop Dee Oh Double Gee has to call you out on social media. That’s exactly what happened on Instagram this week, as the legendary rapper shared his frustration with Xbox Live.
In case you woke up this morning and was excited to see that a Minecraft: Pocket Edition 2 existed, you might not want to hit the download button quite yet. The game is in no way tied to the beloved build-it-yourself series, and the developers at Mojang are working to have it removed from the App Store.
With the introduction of the new year, Microsoft has announced some very special surprises for Xbox customers. Today they announced two new bundles for Xbox One titled the Xbox One Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Bundle and the Xbox One 500GB Name Your Game Bundle.
Keiji Inafune from Comcept is working with Amature Studios on the upcoming action-adventure game called ReCore and it was originally scheduled to release in spring of 2016, but now it's been pushed back to a later date. We don't know exactly how far back it's been pushed but it's no longer looking at a spring release window.
It’s no surprise that games like Halo Wars 2, Gears Of War 4 and Crackdown 3 are all coming to Xbox One exclusively. But this year’s list includes some new faces like Quantum Break and Sea of Thieves. Microsoft promises to have bigger and better things to come in 2016.