Microsoft Has No Plans To Launch Xbox Live SDK On The Nintendo Switch

Last week Microsoft brought its Xbox Live service to iOS and Android devices. This meant that developers who wanted to integrate Xbox Live into their iOS and Android games would be able to. There were rumors that this could be the start of something bigger and that it might even make its way onto the Nintendo Switch.

Xbox Live Now Available On iOS And Android

A report from last month revealed that Microsoft was apparently looking to bring its Xbox Live gaming service onto other platforms besides Xbox. For those who don’t mind linking their mobile devices to Xbox Live, you’ll be interested to learn that Xbox Live has since made its way onto iOS and Android.

Disc-less Xbox Rumored For Launch This Spring

While our computers have pretty much done away with disc drives, the same cannot be said for gaming consoles in which pretty much all the current-gen consoles still rely on physical mediums for games (there are options for digital downloads, but physical mediums are still offered).

Microsoft Reiterates Their Plan To Bring Xbox Game Pass To All Platforms

Microsoft has a very interesting strategy where they have demonstrated several times that if they can’t compete on the hardware space, they will compete in the software space. Take or example mobile, where the company’s mobile efforts have been less than successful. However Microsoft instead decided to try and bring as many software and services to competing platforms.


Microsoft Unveils Custom Themed Oreo Cookie Xbox One X

If you’re a fan of limited and specially designed custom consoles, then you might be interested to learn that Microsoft has announced a special edition Xbox One X. As you can see in the image below, it is a console that has been designed to look like an Oreo, or least it shares the black and white colors of an oreo, although we reckon it feels more like an Oreo […]

Xbox Exclusive Cuphead Could Be Coming To The Nintendo Switch

Cuphead has to be one of the more popular and challenging indie games launched in recent years. Unfortunately for the most part, it is only available on the PC and for consoles, it is an exclusive to the Xbox platform by Microsoft. It was unclear if there were plans to eventually bring the game to other platforms, but now it seems that we have some hope.

Next-Gen Xbox ‘Lockhart’ And ‘Anaconda’ Could Make Their Debut At E3

Microsoft’s Xbox One was originally announced and launched back in 2013, which means that the console is about 6 years old now and is ripe to be replaced by a newer console, at least based on previous console release patterns in the past. It seems that time could be now, or at least at E3 this year.

Xbox Game Pass Could Be Coming To The Nintendo Switch

Recently it was revealed that Microsoft could be considering bringing its Xbox Live service onto the Nintendo Switch. While Microsoft seems to be open to the idea of cross-platform play, bringing Xbox Live to the Switch (and other platforms) would represent a huge shift in the console landscape.

Microsoft Is Going Big For Xbox At E3 2019

E3 is one of the biggest gaming trade shows of the year and Microsoft tends to have a major presence at the event with the Xbox. The company’s Executive Vice President of Gaming Phil Spencer said that there was a discussion internally about whether Microsoft should go big at E3 2019 or tone things down a little to save some money? “No, we’re going to do our thing and we’re […]

Xbox Games With Gold For January 2019 Confirmed

With the near year just a week or so away, Microsoft has now confirmed the free Xbox Games with Gold for January 2019. It offers free titles for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 to those who subscribe to the Xbox Live Gold program. The company confirms the lineup for the coming month a week or so before the end of the ongoing month.

Xbox All Access Sales Will End December 31, 2018

Earlier this year, Microsoft announced Xbox All Access which was basically a way for gamers to get their hands on an Xbox One, but pay it back through an installment program. Customers who purchase the console through the program would also be given a subscription to Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass for set price every month.

Disc-less Xbox One Rumored For Launch In 2019

When it comes to consoles like the PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, gamers have the option of choosing between purchasing physical or digital games. There are benefits to both, where some might prefer physical for its collectibility and artwork, while others prefer digital because it’s easier to manage.

Xbox Boss Says They Have A Lot To Share At E3 2019

E3 2019 is still more than half a year away, but it looks like Microsoft is starting to hype everyone up. In a recent tweet by Xbox boss Phil Spencer, the exec confirmed that they will have a lot of things to share with fans and gamers at the event, although what exactly those announcements will be remains to be seen.

Xbox Boss ‘Very Excited’ For The Next Xbox Console

Just last month, Sony effectively confirmed that there will be a PS5. What this means is that there is a good chance that there could be a next-gen Xbox console as well, given how intertwined Microsoft and Sony’s actions are as far as the console space is concerned. More recently it appears that Microsoft’s Xbox boss Phil Spencer seems to be pretty excited about the future of the console.