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Xbox Games With Gold Lineup For March 2017 Confirmed

02/23/2017, Every month, Xbox Live Gold subscribers get treated to a bunch of free games as part of their subscription and Microsoft has now revealed the Xbox Games with Gold lineup for March 27. There are a couple of good titles included in next month’s lineup...

Xbox Boss Explains Why They’ve Never Made A Handheld

02/22/2017, Of all the console makers out there past and present, pretty much all of them have released a handheld device at some point in time. For example we had the Gear Gear from SEGA, and we’ve also had the PlayStation Portable and PlayStation Vita from Sony,...

Xbox Boss Wants Backwards Compatibility For As Long As Possible

01/29/2017, One of the advantages that the Xbox One has over the PS4 is that there is backwards compatibility support. This means that gamers who wish to relive Xbox 360 titles on the Xbox One will be able to do so as long as the title is backwards compatible. This...

Xbox Live Monthly Active Users Reach 55 Million

01/26/2017, To play online multiplayer games on the Xbox 360/One, you will need to subscribe to an online service called Xbox Live which is priced at $9.99 a month if you were to purchase it on a month-to-month basis (it gets cheaper if you buy in bulk). It also...

Xbox One Snap Mode Being Replaced

01/25/2017, It was reported in November last year that Microsoft was thinking about replacing the Xbox One Snap Mode with something else. The company has now confirmed that it’s indeed going to take this step and replace Snap Mode on its gaming console. The...

Tekken 6 Gets Backwards Compatibility On Xbox One

01/19/2017, Microsoft has made three additional games backwards compatible on the Xbox One and there’s a treat in there for Tekken fans.Tekken 6 is now backwards compatible on the Xbox One. Tekken 6 is arguably one of the biggest games in the popular Tekken...

Resident Evil 7 Will Be An Xbox Play Anywhere Title

01/18/2017, The thing about owning a PC and a console is that sometimes you can’t decide which platform to buy a game on. There are of course various pros and cons, but suffice to say that no one likes having to pay for the same game twice. The good news is that...

Microsoft Australia Unveils The Xbox Inflatable

01/16/2017, So last year, Microsoft unveiled the Xbox Onesie which was basically a one piece clothing themed around the Xbox. It was a fun concept and idea and had a limited run. Turns out Microsoft isn’t quite done with its fun and weird Xbox products yet because...

Windows 10 Game Mode Confirmed

01/15/2017, A couple of weeks back we reported on a leaked Windows 10 beta build which included a new “Game Mode” feature. Microsoft sought to improve gaming performance on Windows 10 PCs by delivering software optimizations with this feature. The company...

Xbox Holiday Update Arrives With New Features

11/10/2016, The Xbox Holiday Update is now being rolled out to all Xbox One owners across the globe. It brings a handful of new features such as Clubs, Achievement Rarity, Group Messaging, Looking for Group, and more. This update makes Xbox Live more social as gamers...

Microsoft May Have Cancelled Xbox TV Streaming Devices

11/08/2016, It was rumored earlier this year that Microsoft would launch at least one of its Xbox TV streaming devices at some point in 2016 but that didn’t happen at the E3 convention where the company launched the Xbox One S and also unveiled Project Scorpio....

Use Kinect As Webcam Easily On Windows Now

11/06/2016, It has always been possible to hook up a Kinect sensor to PC and use it for other tasks as well but it wasn’t always this easy. Microsoft is making some changes related to the Kinect sensor. It has kept its promise of exposing depth, RGB, and...