Microsoft has a week-long deal going on for the Xbox One and Xbox 360. The deal will run up until March 9th and offers console owners of both Microsoft's home entertainment devices some deep deals on some new games and some old classics.
Microsoft has announced that they will be rewarding Xbox 360 gamers with free Xbox One games. That's right, gamers who receive free games via the Games With Gold program will receive Xbox One games even if they don't own an Xbox One.
Xbox Live's Ultimate Game Sale just added a dozen discounts to celebrate the weekend. Some of the deals probably won't surprise you at all.
Microsoft will be holding a big sale for Xbox One and Xbox 360 games this week. However, many of the important details leaked about the Xbox Live event before they could officially reveal them.
Microsoft's new roller coaster simulator, ScreamRide, will crash-land on Xbox One and Xbox 360 systems on March 3rd. But if you're the impatient type, I have good news: the demo will be available at midnight tonight.
Microsoft announced the February 2015 lineup for Games with Gold this afternoon. Xbox 360 owners will have two free games to look forward to next month while Xbox One owners will get one of their own.
You may have missed out on Xbox Live's Countdown to 2015 deals because of holiday travel or the service's downtime. Not to worry, though, because Microsoft has decided to keep many discounts going for a bit longer.
Following the Christmas attacks against Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network, it appears as if the FBI is getting involved with the hackers responsible for the attacks. This could spell bad news for the kids who ruined Christmas for Xbox and PlayStation owners.
Xbox Live has been updated with a new set of discounts for Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The usual assortment of deals are accompanied by two more Countdown to 2015 price cuts.
Boyd Multerer, former director of development at Xbox and the man responsible for the very profitable XNA programming language, has left Microsoft. He's done. He's finished. He's packed up his bags and left the train station. Good bye, Boyd.
The hacker group Lizard Squad brought down Xbox Live and PSN with a DDoS attack over Christmas. In a new interview, one of the members explained why they decided to take the networks offline.
PlayStation Network and Xbox Live were both offline on Christmas Day following DDoS attacks by hackers known as Lizard Squad. Many gamers will be able to use their consoles normally today, though, thanks to a surprise intervention.
PlayStation and Xbox gamers alike are having a rough Christmas. Both Xbox Live and PSN have been disrupted by DDoS attacks.
The second set of Xbox Live's Countdown to 2015 deals are now live. A wide range of games and DLC are now available on the cheap until December 31st.
The new year apparently won't bring any changes to the Games with Gold program. The January 2015 slate for the promotion includes two free games for Xbox 360 and one free game for Xbox One like usual.