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  • Blog Post: Rumor: Limbo May Be Coming To Xbox One

    A listing on the South Korean Game Rating and Administration Committee website points to a possible Xbox One release for Playdead's Limbo. The listing doesn't offer any concrete details or assurances that the game will see another re-release on Microsoft's new platform, but ratings like this... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – The First Hour Of Sunset Overdrive

    Insomniac's Sunset Overdrive offers a surprisingly colorful take on the apocolypse, and we took a look at the game's opening hour. Join Tim Turi, Andrew Reiner, and myself as we cut our way through hordes of mutant enemies while sliding along rails high above the streets of Sunset City. It’s... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Are You Planning On Getting A New Console This Holiday?

    Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo are headed into one of the most important holiday seasons of the year. However, software is still struggling to catch up, with a number of key titles delayed into 2015. We’re curious if you’re planning on purchasing new hardware this fall. Have you made the jump... More
  • Blog Post: Halo: The Master Chief Collection Will Have 20 GB Day One Update

    If you’re planning on purchasing Halo: The Master Chief Collection, you might want to start making room on your hard drive (or purchase an external one). 343 Industries has warned that the game nearly fills a 45 GB Blu-ray disc and will have a sizable update pre-launch. An Xbox Wire post from Dan... More
  • Blog Post: September 2014 NPD - Hardware Drives Growth Despite Sluggish Software Sales

    The NPD Group has issued its report for the month of September 2014. Sony already revealed that PlayStation 4 won the month , which is a five-week period instead of the normal four. Destiny was a big driver, leading the month. Other new releases that charted in September include: FIFA 15, Super Smash... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Warner Bros. Chooses Night At The Museum Director For Minecraft Movie

    In February, Warner Bros. picked up the rights to make a movie based on Mojang’s hit indie sandbox title, Minecraft. Today, the studio has announced that Night at the Museum director Shawn Levy has been chosen to lead the project. Levy would be working with producers Roy Lee and Jill Messick to... More
  • Blog Post: Get A Free Pair Of In-Game Headphones For Sunset Overdrive By Blowing Stuff Up

    Sunset Overdrive is out in 12 days, but you can start outfitting your character now. Microsoft and Insomniac have opened up Walter’s Workshop, showing off real-world versions of in-game weapons and traps. You can check out the TNTeddy, Roman Candle, Hack-n-Slay, and Pyro Geyser as they each blow... More
  • Blog Post: Xbox One October Update Brings New Snap Controls, Password Security

    Microsoft is beginning to roll out a new update that brings some new media functionality, plus a needed tweak to the system's password security. The biggest change is new controls for the system's sometimes wonky Snap feature. Now, a quick double tap of the Xbox button will bring up a quick menu... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Announces Two Assassin’s Creed Unity Xbox One Bundles

    Microsoft is bundling up Assassin’s Creed Unity this holiday, with two games included at the same price as the console alone. There are options for those that want the system with Kinect and those that are happy to use the system without the camera. The $400 bundle comes with digital versions of... More
  • Blog Post: Xbox One Gets Six Seconds Of Joy At A Time With New Vine App

    Microsoft has announced that Vine, the six-second video app, is now available on Xbox One. Xbox Live Gold members can start using the service to view clips today. Through the app, which can be snapped to the side of your screen, you can view popular vines, or explore through the channel interface. The... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Xbox Live Friends Lists And Profile Management Back Online

    Update: Microsoft is sounding the all-clear on Xbox Live's friends and messaging problems. The above message has appeared on the Xbox Live service page indicating that the engineering team has corrected the error. Thanks to reader "Eyes of Avo" for alerting us to the update. Original Story... More
  • Blog Post: After 8 Months, 343 Industries Finally Fixes Halo 4 Achievement Bug

    Eight months ago, 343 Industries acknowledged that Halo 4 players were experiencing an achievement bug. Today, a patch has finally been implemented that will make six achievements attainable once more. 343 Industries studio head Bonnie Ross shared the news via Twitter. “We’ve just released... More
  • Blog Post: Themes And Screenshots Coming To Xbox One, Says Xbox Boss Phil Spencer

    If you’ve been hoping to spruce up your Xbox One dashboard, Phil Spencer says that your wait will eventually come to a close. Themes, a staple of the Xbox 360 since early in that system’s life, will be making the jump to Xbox One. Spencer made an appearance on The Inner Circle podcast to... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Microsoft Sells 100,000 Chinese Xbox One Units In First Day

    Microsoft seems off to a strong start in the Chinese market. The company’s partnership with BesTV has reportedly yielded early success. According to Chinese news site 17173 (and translated by Kotaku), Shanghai Media Group (BesTV’s parent company) has revealed that more than 100,000 units... More
  • Blog Post: Swery Says D4 Will ‘Never’ Appear On PlayStation 4

    Swery’s wacky time-traveling murder mystery D4 got a surprise release during TGS . If you’ve got an Xbox One, you can buy and play it right now. If you don’t, well, you’re going to need an Xbox One if you hope to ever play it. Swery, whose real name is Hidetaka Suehiro, responded... More
  • Blog Post: Hackers Charged With Stealing From Microsoft, Epic Games, Valve, And Others

    A group of four hackers have been charged with stealing data from Microsoft, Epic Games, Valve, Zombie Studios, and the U.S. Army. More than $100 million worth of intellectual property was stolen including Xbox One and Xbox Live software and data, data related to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Gears... More
  • Blog Post: Minecraft For Xbox One Getting Retail Release

    You might already have Minecraft on your PC, Xbox 360, Vita, mobile phone, GPS device, or microwave, but if you want to add a Minecraft box to your shelf of Xbox One titles then you'll only have to wait a little longer for the release. Minecraft Xbox One Edition officially released for download on... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Announces Windows 10 With Familiar Start Menu

    Microsoft has announced the next version of its operating system, Windows 10. No, you didn’t miss Windows 9, as the company is skipping right over it. The new operating system is in technical preview right now, and if you are an enthusiast and comfortable with in-development software, you can opt... More
  • Blog Post: Say Halo To Your First Look At NECA’s Finished Master Chief Figure

    With Halo: The Master Chief Collection right around the corner, NECA is getting ready to ship its take on the series’ hero. We highlighted The Master Chief during the figure’s development , but now we have our first look at him as he’ll appear on your shelf. This figure is 18 inches... More
  • Blog Post: October Xbox Live Games With Gold Includes A Brand New Game For Xbox One

    Microsoft has announced the three Xbox Live Games with Gold titles for October. One of them, the game for Xbox One users, is brand new. On Xbox 360, players will be able to download Battlefield: Bad Company 2 from October 1 through 15. For the second half of the month, Darksiders II will be available... More
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