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Microsoft Disables Comments For Xbox One Videos Following Harsh Criticisms
Want to let Microsoft know how you feel about the Xbox One? You won't be able to do it on the official YouTube videos. If you head to Microsoft's official channel for the Xbox One, the comments for the videos have been aptly disabled.
EA Shelves Fight Night To Make UFC Games
Boxing fans would love to think that EA Sports is currently making a new Fight Night for Xbox One and PS4. However, EA Sports head Andrew Wilson says that they've decided to shelve the series for now.
Former EA CEO: PS4, Xbox One Always-On DRM Will Not Succeed Long-Term
It might be somewhat surprising reading a guest article from former Electronic Arts CEO John Riccitiello (haven't typed his name since he resigned) and actually agreeing on some points. He tiptoes over a few issues, but still makes it known that the long-term effects of always-on DRM will not make for longer term success.
Dungeons And Dragons: Chronicles Of Mystara Trailer Profiles The Dwarf
A Dungeons and Dragons game isn't true Dungeons and Dragons without a dwarf. Fortunately, one of the playable characters in Capcom's Chronicles of Mystara is one of these stocky gem-monkeys.
76% Of Gamers Disappointed With Xbox One, According To IGN's Poll
Getting down to business...IGN UK ran a poll consisting of more than 76,000 participants and out of all those people who participated, only 6.42% thought that the Xbox One reveal was “Fantastic” (all MS employees), 17.34% thought it was solid (fanboys) and 76.23% thought the whole thing was disappointing (gamers).
Weekly Recap May 25th: Xbox One Announced, Xbox One Controversies, Mirror's Edge 2 Spotted
Microsoft finally unveiled the Xbox One and it didn't come without its fair share rebuttal. While no actual gameplay footage was on display at the Xbox One reveal, E3 will play host to 15 exclusive titles for Microsoft's upcoming console. Also the Wii U got a huge sales boost thanks to the XB1 announcement blunders and EA teased more Mirror's Edge 2
Kinect Is Fundamental For Xbox One Success, Says Microsoft
I don't know if this fits into “inaccurate” and “incomplete” information from gaming media, but Microsoft's own executive vice president, Phil Harrison, has made it known that the key driving force behind the Xbox One will be Kinect 2.0.
Microsoft Blames Gaming Media For Xbox One Consumer Rage?
I like to point the finger at video game journalists often. They're usually a lazy, misinformed, pro-corporate bunch who don't take the actual concerns of the community to heart. I have no love for video game journalism. However, I have been nothing but floored and substantially placed in awe at how well many gaming sites out there have handled the Xbox One situation. Microsoft is a little less enthused about the results, though.
Joe Danger Games Set to Backflip Onto Steam Soon
If there’s one thing I think we can all agree on, it’s that pulling off triple backflips on a motorcycle is pretty cool. We’ve been doing it for years on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 thanks to the Joe Danger series and, soon, we’ll be able to do it on PC as well.
Xbox One Allows Multiple Users On Single Xbox Live Gold Subscription
Finally, good news for the Xbox One. It seems like ever since the reveal during the afternoon of May 21st earlier this week, all we've had to report on is bad news after bad news after bad news. It has literally been one of the most disastrous public relations nightmares for a console manufacture since the actual reveal of the hardware failure rate for the Xbox 360.
Need For Speed: Rivals Not Coming To Wii U
Electronic Arts has continued to make it known that they will punish Nintendo at every turn over the business fallout that occurred last year, just before the launch of the Wii U during 2012's Holiday Season. So how do they continue to punish the Big 'N'? By withholding Need for Speed: Rivals, the latest racing title running on the Frostbite 3.
Xbox One Used Game Activation Fee Is $52?
New information has emerged as gaming media, for the first time, is working overtime to get a clarification on the used game fees and always-on DRM for the Xbox One. The new information rolls out an explanation of how much you have to pay and who gets paid what every time a game is traded in.
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