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Xbox One Launches In Japan On September 4th, Has 48 Registered Studios
The Xbox One's journey into the Asian-unknown is looking ever-more real by the day. With a release scheduled to make a splash in mainland China this July and a follow-up release in Japan this September.
Xbox One, PS4, Wii U Can Now Be Sold In China
It's been 13 years in the making, but the time has finally come for the reign of consoles in the mainstream arena to spread from America to China like a bad disease throughout a platoon after visiting a Vietnamese “Happy Finish” massage parlor.
Silver Xbox One Looks Fantastic, Here's How To Get It
The Xbox One is now available in a new color. The silver model, featuring the logos of the NFL and Super Bowl XLVIII, won't be available in stores unfortunately.
Titanfall Wins March As Top Selling Software, Still Can't Help Xbox One
Titanfall, the multi-platform Microsoft brand exclusive from Respawn Entertainment and EA, managed to top the software charts for March, coming in at the number one spot.
Microsoft Has Shipped 5 Million Xbox One Units Since Launch
The NPD Group has released some brand new figures that has caused the gaming nation to turn upside down on itself, becoming ravenous wolves in a sheep pen of numbers representing plastic boxes from companies that are surfing on a fiscal wave made up of billions of dollars.
Microsoft Aims To Sell Xbox One Consoles In China This Summer
That's right, Microsoft is planning on selling the Xbox One in China through a mainland distributor – up to 100,000 units are planned for the first wave of release beginning this July, according to new reports.
Xbox One Patch Brings Kinect Improvements, Controller Update
Microsoft has rolled out the latest patch for the Xbox One, this time containing a number of fixes and improvements for general purpose use, as opposed to being strictly made to help the games play at 1080p.
Developer Hopes To Increase Xbox One Optimization With DirectX 12
Gaming Bolt managed to get in word with the CEO of Graphine, Aljosha Demeulemeester, who spoke about how DirectX 12 could help greatly with increasing optimization for the Xbox One, especially for tools like Granite, Graphine's proprietary graphics streaming technology.
Xbox 360 Spring Sale Offers Batman: Arkham, Assassin's Creed 4 Discounts
Microsoft has launched a new set of discounts for Xbox 360 owners today. Xbox Live Gold subscribers and everyone else can pick up full games and DLC packs on the cheap until April 21st.
Peter Molyneux Trashes Xbox One's Kinect, Calls It A Joke
The former golden boy of the Xbox brand has traded in his expository serenades and alluring laudation for biting tones and jagged verbal jabs aimed at Microsoft's proprietary camera device known as Kinect 2.0.
Game Of Thrones Season 4 Episode 1 Now Free To Watch On Xbox 360 And Xbox One
If you still haven't watched the Season 4 premiere of Game of Thrones, Microsoft is now giving you an alternate method to see it. Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners can watch the first episode of the season for free.
Microsoft Considering Xbox 360 Emulation For Xbox One
Coming out of the Build 2014 conference regarding the session that involved “Understanding the Xbox One Game Platform Built on Windows”, the first thing the audience asked in the post-session Q&A was about backwards compatibility.
Xbox One's Phil Spencer Acknowledges Wrong Decisions In New Interview
Thankfully, after a lot of linguistic skiddle-daddling and skip-hopping, the new head of the Xbox division, Phil Spencer, has finally acknowledged that Microsoft was wrong. Thank you, Phil.
Microsoft Demonstrates The Power Of Cloud For Xbox One
The video showcases a demonstration of a building being demolished on a high-end PC and a building being demolished via the cloud.
Xbox One Getting External Game Storage Soon, Says Major Nelson
What did Nelson have to say and why is it important? Well, if having an actual game collection is important to you, then what he had to spout becomes doubly important.