Small batches of developers from various studios are coming forward to pledge their support for the #GamerGate movement. These game-makers feel as if the industry needs a desperate change and have spoken up.
Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson will be leaving Mojang after the company is officially purchased by Microsoft. Persson explained the decision in a very personal blog post.
Minecraft developer Mojang confirmed today that they're being purchased by Microsoft for $2.5 billion. Both Mojang and Microsoft sought to reassure fans that this won't dramatically change the game, though.
Microsoft hinted at cloud streaming before, but new information indicates that they may be taking a similar approach to streaming as Sony is doing with PlayStation Now service.
Get your hard hats ready, boys and girls, because it looks like we have a new bit of content to crawl through in the rumor mill. Yesterday it came out that Microsoft could potentially be looking to purchase Mojang, the studio behind the insanely popular Minecraft game.
There's some crazy news circulating that popular indie studio Mojang could be pulled under the umbrella of Microsoft. This could be some pretty big news if it turns out to be true and a lot of gamers might want to know how this potential acquisition might affect Minecraft fans.
The Xbox One is getting a huge cache of updates for October. There are a couple of pretty significant updates to the Xbox One that might make it look a heck of a lot more appealing to gamers who want to get more out of multi-tasking, messaging and media control support.
Microsoft is preparing a new holiday bundle for the Xbox 360. A new advertisement from Walmart reveals that they plan to sell a blue Xbox 360 with two games.
Microsoft apparently can't advertise that Destiny is coming to Xbox One and Xbox 360. Their solution: advertise a fragrance called Destiny.
There's a new update available for the Xbox One that brings a smorgasbord of new features to the third-generation console from Microsoft. The update adds the ability to stream media from USB 2.0 and 3.0 compatible devices as well as some updates to the party options.
If you were on the fence about the game the demo could sway you over to the side of being a day-one buyer, or it could turn you off completely, but at least you'll have the option to test the game before you purchase it.
The Kinect 2.0 hasn't had a very fruitful or worthwhile life. It's short span on the market has been a turbulent and troubled one. However, Microsoft is still hedging bets on the camera device becoming something more than the butt of NSA jokes by possibly making it a standalone accessory starting this October.
Xbox One gamers will soon have a new way to try games before they buy them. Microsoft is testing a new free rental system for the console.
Microsoft has added additional features to the Xbox One following the big August update. One of the updates includes the ability to socialize on Reddit without having to bring a keyboard and mouse with you.
Major Nelson recently made it known that the August update for the Xbox One has gone live. This means that if you haven't already updated your Xbox One, you should do so right now if auto-updates aren't turned on. The new patch brings several highly requested features along with plenty of upgrades for existing features.