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Free Games With Gold Coming To Xbox One

by Austin Paul Adamson - on Nov 14th 2013 - No Comments
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A tweet from Xbox spokesperson Larry Hyrb ( @MajorNelson) has confirmed the Games with Gold program is indeed coming to the Xbox One, with specific details to be released in 2014. ...

Entertainment under One console – Is this what I want?

by Trevor Stamp - on May 21st 2013 - 1 Comment
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The race is on. Wii U got an early lead right out of the gate but after a slight stumble, the PlayStation 4 swept in to take the lead. PS4 had a strong gallop through the first turn, but the Xbox One kicked its hind legs into gear and pulled out of the second turn in the lead. All three consoles are entering the back stretch, which is...

Hey Microsoft, Let’s Talk Next-Gen

by Diego Escala - on May 1st 2013 - 2 Comments
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Ever since Sony surprised everyone with their PS4 conference Microsoft has been scrambling around to get their next-gen Xbox announcement ready and it looks like they’re ready for the spotlight to shine on them. ...

Dance Central 3 Review

by Diego Escala - on Oct 29th 2012 - 1 Comment
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Dance Central 3 Developer: Harmonix Price: $50 Platform: Xbox 360 An Xbox 360 copy of Dance Central 3 was supplied to us I got my first taste of these popular dancing games with Just Dance 4 and I had been interested in seeing how it fares to Harmonix’s Dance Central series. After I’ve had enough time to properly digest both...

E3 2012: New Music Service Coming to Xbox, More Sports Viewing Options

by Trevor Stamp - on Jun 4th 2012 - 1 Comment
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Microsoft announced a new music service and more sports channels for the Xbox 360 during their E3 press conference. The music service is called Xbox Music, and will feature 30 million tracks. Xbox music will be available for the Xbox 360, PC, tablets and phones. Microsoft also announced a few more sports channels for the 360, expanding...

Halo Anniversary Goes Gold for November, Has Kinect Support

by William Saw - on Oct 17th 2011 - 1 Comment

The Halo: Combat Evolved remake, titled Halo Anniversary, has finished up shop at 343 Industries and is rapidly being manufactured for its November 15th release date.

New to the Halo series, Halo Anniversary adds Kinect support with voice commands so that shouting “Reload” and “Grenade” will pull the same effect as if you had bothered to lift a finger to press the actual button. The most exciting addition may be its encyclopedic “Libary” feature accessed by saying “Analyze” which pulls up visor to “capture” things in the environment and becomes viewable as a 3D model in a gallery. The latest Halo Anniversary trailer is available below. (more…)

Crimson Alliance Interview

by Trevor Stamp - on Aug 31st 2011 - No Comments

The downloadable market has increased in size over the last couple of years. With a range of genres that make up XBLA and PSN, players can go a long time without stepping into to a retail store to pick up a $59.99 game. (more…)

Microsoft Unveils Season Pass for Gears of War DLC

by Trevor Stamp - on Aug 29th 2011 - 1 Comment

Anyone who picks up Gears of War 3 can pick up the Season Pass that comes with it on its release date, according to an announcement by Microsoft. (more…)

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