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  • Blog Post: [Update] Microsoft Will Close Xbox Entertainment Studios

    Update #3: After telling us that it wouldn't be commenting on Quantum Break and a possible connection with the Xbox Entertainment Studios closure, the company has apparently changed its mind. Speaking with Polygon , Microsoft says that the development of Quantum Break is "not impacted"... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation Now Beta To Launch For Sony Smart TVs On June 30

    If you're buying a a select model premium Sony 2014 television, you will be able to access the beta for Sony's PlayStation Now streaming service in a few days. The news was announced in a press release on the Sony blog, which also discussed a new like of 4K Ultra HD televisions. Sony's PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Has Six Shows In The Works For TV Initiative

    Microsoft doesn't seem to be messing around with its television efforts. The company's TV studio is working on six programs, including the previously announced adaptation of the Swedish robot thriller Humans , and new comedy from Sarah Silverman and Seth Green. Microsoft is producing a sketch... More
  • Blog Post: Invizimals Making A Return Soon to PS3 And Vita

    Sony's augmented reality, Pokémon-esque monster combat game is coming to PlayStation 3 and Vita. Invizimals: The Alliance is the Vita title, and it uses the game's built-in cameras and new Markerless AR technology. The game will also add four-player multiplayer matches for the first time... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Apologizes For Missing European TVii Launch Window

    Nintendo missed the intended launch window for its TVii services in Europe, and has issued an apology to Wii U owners. You can find the apology on Nintendo's European TVii site . Nintendo doesn't offer an excuse, or an adjusted launch date. Only an apology, and the promise of more details soon... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Are You Excited For PlayStation Now?

    Sony's taking a new approach to backwards compatibility with PlayStation Now, a new streaming gaming service that will allow you to play titles from past generations of PlayStation on a variety of devices. This is the service Sony has been working on since it acquired Gakai and, judging by the announcement... More
  • Blog Post: First Xbox One TV Commercial Courts Football Audience

    The first television spot for Microsoft's Xbox One aims to sell the console's advanced media functionality to football fans during the opening weekend of NFL games. The spot actually doesn't show any video games at all; it wouldn't be surprising if someone totally unaware of the system... More
  • Blog Post: Sony And Viacom Reach Deal For Streaming Internet Television Service

    In a deal that could be a landmark in the transition from cable television to streaming Internet TV service, Sony and entertainment industry giant Viacom has tentatively agreed to bring live TV to a new Sony streaming service. The New York Times says, "The agreement is believed to be the first of... More
  • Blog Post: SyFy To Debut New Cosplay Reality Show Tonight

    As reality TV continues its effort to produce shows on literally everything that human beings do ever on Earth, cosplay gets its chance. SyFy's Heroes of Cosplay will air its first episode tonight at 10:30/9:30 Central p.m. You can watch the first trailer for the show below. [Source: Destructoid... More
  • Blog Post: Jimmy Fallon Presents Gaming With Mom

    Playing games with your parents can sometimes be frustrating, but as Late Night host Jimmy Fallon proves, watching other people play games with their mom can be very entertaining. In honor of Video Game Week, Jimmy asked fans to submit videos of them playing video games with their mom. Here's some... More
  • Blog Post: Defiance Gamer Makes It Onto TV Show

    Zachary Prast has won the first contest Trion and SyFy ran to feature a gamer from the 360/PS3/PC MMO shooter on the cable show of the same name. By earning more than triple the average rate of salvage per hour – meaning he farmed monsters and loot drops more efficiently than anyone else –... More
  • Blog Post: Xbox One Is Your TV Guide

    Microsoft demonstrated how its new console lets users navigate their television watching through Kinect-powered voice commands at the Xbox One announcement event this afternoon. The guide pulls up voice-commanded searches based on names of shows (“watch Mary & Martha”) or networks (“what’s... More
  • Blog Post: What If: Lego Breaking Bad The Video Game

    TT Games has taken an impressive number of big name licenses and turned them into video games, but they don't have time to make game's based on every property in existence. What if TT Games made a game based of AMC's hit drama Breaking Bad? YouTube user Brian Anderson isn't associate... More
  • Blog Post: Hideo Kojima Posits Pilot Episodes For The Next Generation Of Video Games

    In an interview with Edge magazine , Hideo Kojima (creator of the Metal Gear series), talks about next generation game development and brings up the idea that it may be closer to television development. In response to the question about whether or not development team size and costs will expand with... More
  • Blog Post: Irrational Games Teases BioShock Infinite Commercial With Very Angry Cyborg

    Irrational Games has posted a teaser image from the upcoming BioShock Infinite commercial. It features an angry cyborg pantomiming the act of lifting something very heavy. Either that or he's about to punch that guy in the foreground. BioShock Infinite is coming to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC... More
  • Blog Post: G4 Becoming Esquire Network

    NBCUniversal is rebranding G4 as a more general-purpose men's interests channel called Esquire Network starting April 22. Now that all that pesky gaming programming is out of the way, Esquire Network is free to brave new frontiers with its first two original series: a reality cooking show and a celebrity... More
  • Blog Post: Is A Fallout Television Series In The Works?

    A new trademark filing by Bethesda Softworks suggests the possibility that the company is working on developing a TV series based on its Fallout RPG franchise. In a posting on The Vault, writer Conor Murton noticed the filing with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, which seeks a trademark... More
  • Blog Post: Season Two Of Kinect Sesame Street, Nat Geo TV Out Now

    The second seasons of Kinect Sesame Street TV and Nat Geo TV are out now, giving young viewers a whole new batch of episodes to watch and interact with. Bears were the focus of the first Nat Geo season, and this time around viewers will get a look at the world of reptiles via Nat Geo Wild's Dangerous... More
  • Blog Post: Rumor: Activision Working On Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Game

    A show floor photo snapped during New York’s recent Toy Fair might have revealed that Activision is working on a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game. A few years ago, Ubisoft held the license for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, but since 2009’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up, the... More
  • Blog Post: Fox Broadcast Programming Coming To Xbox Live

    A host of Fox content, from Fox News to Family Guy, will soon be available on Xbox Live. Through a new partnership with News Corporation (the parent company of Fox TV), a host of Xbox Live apps will launch this year featuring a wide variety of content. The most high profile content is Fox television... More
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