Dear citizen, Microsoft has called upon you to serve and protect the online environment of their lauded premium multiplayer service, Xbox Live. Those who meet eligibility will be prompted to enroll within the new Enforce United initiative, in which esteemed members of the online gaming community will be rewarded with the ability to help curb the rising online criminal force known as a troll.
The Games with Gold promotion continues this week with Assassin’s Creed II, free to subscribers, along with all sorts of new content being added to the Xbox Live Marketplace, including sales on Mortal Kombat content and games from the Tom Clancy lineup.
If you have an Xbox Live Gold subscription, you'll have a free game waiting for you tomorrow. Assassin's Creed 2 will be available for no charge as part of the new "Games with Gold" feature of Xbox Live.
In August, the annual Xbox LIVE Summer of Arcade promotion will make its return. During the Summer of Arcade, a new XBLA game will be released every week for four weeks.
Microsoft announced back during the Xbox One reveal that they would be changing the way gamers pay for goods through their digital services. It was further announced that Xbox Live's Microsoft Points would be done away with for good and replaced with real world currency rates. Well, before the rates undergo the change Microsoft is beta testing the system before the fall roll-out.
One of the biggest complaints about Xbox Live are all the little troll kids who happen to be racist, homophobic misogynists. It's so ridiculous and so bad that it's more hostile and volatile than the mutant infested future of 2019: After The Fall of New York.
Day two of the Xbox Live Ultimate Game Sale is up and running, offering another six games at deep discounts for the next 24 hours. There's also news concerning the July 16 Games with Gold promotion, which fans of sneakily killing folks with hidden blades might have an interest in.
If you’re in the market for some gaming on the cheap, then you might want to check out the Xbox Live Ultimate Game Sale, beginning today and offering brand new discounts every day through July 8. If today’s first crop of titles can serve as any indication, your digital backlog might be getting a whole lot bigger over the course of the next week.
Microsoft is making good on its “Games with Gold” promotion today with the first free game to be offered to Gold Subscribers. Get ready for some tower defense action in Defense Grid: The Awakening.
If you're the kind of gamer who buys a game console to watch advertisements after putting down some money to become an Xbox Live Gold subscriber, there's good news for you: You'll get plenty of advertisements on the Xbox One's dashboard and much more streamlined advertisements geared toward getting you to click them even when you don't want to.
Xbox's official support outlet has clarified something some of you may have missed or didn't know, and it's that if you get banned from Xbox Live on the Xbox One you will lose access to any and all game licenses tied to your account.
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.
Microsoft is really, really trying to win back gamers as they ratchet up positive press leading toward their May 21st press conference to unveil the next generation Xbox console. This means that they're dolling out free Xbox Live on the weekends and giving away free XBL Gold passes to gamers.
Can't get enough of Arrow or...that other show that comes on The CW? Well now you can dive right in to your favorite television programming from the comfort of you Xbox 360 as the brand-spanking-new CW App receives an official launch.
Today Telltale Games announced a sequel to their crossover card game Poker Night. Poker Night 2 will let players sit at a card table with Claptop from Borderlands, Brock Samson from The Venture Bros., Sam from Sam and Max and Army of Darkness' Ash Williams.