Articles about Xbox 360 (page 3)

Xbox Live Games with Gold September 2016 Confirmed
Microsoft today confirmed the titles that Xbox Live Gold members will receive for free as part of their subscription. Members will get four new free games this month – two for Xbox One and two for Xbox 360. Since the Xbox 360 titles are backwards compatible this means that Xbox One owners actually get four free games as part of their Xbox Live Gold subscription. There are some great titles […]

The Xbox 360 Was Almost Named The Xbox 3
Microsoft’s naming schemes for its consoles has been a bit weird. Unlike Sony who has opted for more traditional naming like the PlayStation, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, and the PlayStation 4, Microsoft has chosen rather odd names. The first Xbox was the Xbox, then we had the Xbox 360, and the Xbox One.

Xbox Summer Sale Kicks Off On July 5th
Xbox owners can look forward to some great deals and discounts in the coming week. Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox summer sale is going to take place right after the Fourth of July weekend. The sale starts on July 5th and it’s going to offer deals and discounts on a plethora of Xbox games.

Bungie’s Destiny To Break Away From Legacy Consoles This August
When Destiny’s next expansion “Rise of Iron” was announced, it was also revealed that the game would not be available on older consoles like the Xbox 360 or PS3. While it wasn’t surprising, Bungie still came forward with an explanation stating that the majority of their gamers were already on the current-gen consoles.

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Bungie Explains Why ‘Rise Of Iron’ Won’t Be On The PS3/Xbox 360
Yesterday Bungie unveiled the next expansion for Destiny called Rise of Iron. The game will be arriving on the PS4 and Xbox One which we guess is not really a surprise, and the lack of PS3 and Xbox 360 support was also not a surprise since we imagine that Bungie would want to focus their efforts and resources on newer hardware.

Xbox One Multiplayer Is Free This Weekend
There’s good news for you if you happen to own a Microsoft gaming console. The company has confirmed that Xbox One multiplayer is going to be free this weekend, meaning that console owners can try out all of the benefits of Xbox Live Gold for free until Sunday. Free multiplayer weekends have been offered in the past as well so this isn’t something entirely new, but it’s certainly welcomed by […]

Xbox Games With Gold Celebrates Turning Three With New Lineup
It’s that time of the month again when Xbox Live Gold members are excited to find out which titles they will receive for free as part of their subscription. Microsoft runs the Games with Gold program to reward its subscribers with several free games. Next month’s lineup is extra special because Games with Gold is turning three in June.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Backwards Compatible On Xbox One
Many of you will have played the original Call of Duty: Black Ops on Xbox 360. It was released several years ago and was a very popular game back in its day. Since Xbox One has the ability to run Xbox 360 games some of you would have been wishing for it to become compatible with Xbox One, and now it has. Major Nelson confirmed today that the original Call of […]

Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Won’t Be Arriving On The PS3/Xbox 360
As you might have heard, the next-gen Call of Duty title has recently been announced in the form of Infinite Warfare. The game was announced for the PC as well as consoles such as the PS4 and the Xbox One. Now we’re sure some gamers might be wondering what about older consoles like the PS3 or Xbox 360?

Xbox Games With Gold For May 2016
It’s that time of the month again, the time when Xbox Live Gold members see what games they’re going to get free as part of their subscription, Microsoft has just confirmed the Xbox Games with Gold lineup for May 2016. Four new free games, two on Xbox One and two on Xbox 360, are being offered for May as part of the Games with Gold program. Since Xbox One features […]

Xbox One Gets Five Additional Backwards Compatible Titles
Backwards compatibility is a great feature of the Xbox One, it enables players to play Xbox 360 games which have received support for this feature. There are dozens of Xbox 360 games that are now playable on Xbox One, and that list has expanded ever so slightly today with the addition of five more backwards compatible games for Xbox One.

Microsoft Stops Xbox 360 Production
The Xbox 360 has been around for a decade and Microsoft thinks it’s time for the console to say goodbye. Microsoft has just confirmed that it has shut down Xbox 360 production. Xbox head Phil Spencer says that while the Xbox 360 means a lot to everyone over at Microsoft and that they’ve had an amazing run with this console, “the realities of manufacturing a production over a decade old […]

Xbox Games With Gold For April 2016 Revealed
Every month, Xbox Live members look forward to finding out which titles they will be receiving as part of Games with Gold for the following month. Microsoft usually confirms the lineup about a week before the coming month and that’s precisely what it has done today. The Xbox Live Games with Gold for April 2016 lineup has been revealed today and it brings four new games, two for Xbox One […]

Dark Souls And Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Now Playable On Xbox One
Xbox One got the backwards compatibility feature last year, developers who support the feature allow gamers to play those titles that were only released for Xbox 360 on the Xbox One. Dozens of games have received backwards compatibility support in just a few months and today the original Dark Souls and Tekken Tag Tournament 2 have joined that list.