The launch of the Xbox Series X is probably not too far off, but if you own the Xbox One and would like to get your hands on a couple of brand new controllers, you’ll be pleased to learn that Microsoft has since announced two new controller options for the console that come in an Arctic Camo and a Phantom Magenta finish.
If you still largely rely on physical formats to play your Xbox games, you know that if you want to swap out discs, you will need to press a button on the console to eject the current disc. However, what if you’d rather not press the button? After all, CD/DVD players have long had the ability to eject discs remotely, so why not the Xbox, right?
If you’re shopping for a new Xbox controller and you don’t mind collecting limited edition gadgets, then you might be interested to learn that Microsoft has taken the wraps off the Xbox Wireless Controller DPM X019 Exclusive. This will be a super limited edition Xbox controller where according to Microsoft, only 1,000 units will be made.
So we know that Microsoft is working on their next-gen Xbox console currently known as Project Scarlett. Typically with every new console release, what happens is that there will also be brand new accessories and controllers. In most cases, older accessories usually are no longer supported.
With more TVs starting to shift towards supporting 4K, it’s not surprising that content providers are also stepping up in their efforts at creating 4K content. However, for whatever reason, Hulu has held out on supporting 4K until the recent years, but the good news is that if you watch Hulu on your Xbox One, you can look forward to it supporting 4K videos.
If you think that gaming on your iOS device will benefit from using an external controller, check out our guide on how to connect a PS4 or Xbox One controller to your iPhone.
There have been many indie games released over the past few years, but Cuphead has managed to capture the attention of many due to its old school graphics and gameplay, making it reminiscent of the side-scrollers that a lot of us grew up with, as well as cartoons from the 1980s with its graphics and music.
Last year, Razer launched the Nari Ultimate gaming headphones. While gaming headphones are a dime a dozen, with Razer probably contributing half to that, what made the Nari Ultimate stand out from the competition was that it vibrated. This means that in addition to being able to hear your games, it also allows gamers to “feel” their games as well.
If you grew up on consoles like the Game Boy and the SEGA Genesis, then there is a chance that you might have played some Disney games like The Lion King and Aladdin, which are widely-considered to be a “classic” these days. If you had fond memories playing those games, you’re in luck.
Announced back in May earlier this year, Activision’s next Call of Duty title will be called Modern Warfare. One of the features of the game is support for cross-platform, meaning that gamers can play with other gamers on other platforms, such as PC, PS4, and the Xbox One. However, the question is, when will the feature be launched?
If you’re a fan of classic video games, there is a good chance that you might be familiar with the DOOM franchise. DOOM was one of the few games from back in the day that helped to popularize the FPS genre, in which we might not have games like Battlefield or Call of Duty if DOOM was not as successful as it was.
User interfaces are extremely important as it helps contribute to a better overall experience. An app could be extremely useful and functional, but if it has a cluttered interface, it makes users want to use it less. For those who feel that the Xbox One home screen could do with some tidying up, you’re in luck.
At E3 2019 last month, Studio MDHR, the developer of popular indie game Cuphead, announced a new DLC in the form of The Delicious Last Course. The game was originally scheduled for a release in 2019, but in a post made on its Facebook page, the studio has since announced that the DLC has been delayed to 2020.
It’s no secret that as far as consoles are concerned, Microsoft and Sony are rivals with their Xbox and PlayStation platforms respectively. For years, both companies have enjoyed a healthy rivalry and it shows, especially this year where Xbox boss Phil Spencer showed his competition some camaraderie.