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  • Blog Post: Destiny Servers Go Down Temporarily, Recent PSN Attackers Taking Credit

    The issues were quickly resolved, but Destiny's servers were down temporarily earlier, and t hose who recently attacked PSN and Xbox Live are taking credit. If you were having trouble connecting to Destiny – we had problems on both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of the game –... More
  • Blog Post: Season Two Killer Instinct Fighter Maya Trailer Teases New Combatant

    Returning Killer Instinct fighter Maya is coming to the Xbox One title soon, and a new trailer shows her knife throwing skills in action. Maya is part of Killer Instinct's second season, which also includes T.J. Combo , as well other unannounced fighters. You can check out the trailer for Maya below... More
  • Blog Post: China Xbox One Launch Delayed

    The launch of the Xbox One was supposed to happen on September 23 , but Microsoft needs a little more time. A representative from Microsft offered the following statement about the delay: Despite strong and steady progress, we are going to need a bit more time to deliver the best experiences possible... More
  • Blog Post: Swery’s D4 Gets Surprise Release Tomorrow On Xbox One

    Microsoft delivered a surprise announcement from TGS late last night. Hidetaka Suehiro’s (better known as “Swery,” creator of Deadly Premonition), D4 is going to be out soon. Actually, “soon” is an understatement. It’ll be out tomorrow, September 19. Players take on... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Now Selling An Xbox One Controller And Cable For PC

    Earlier this year, Microsoft released PC drivers to give your Xbox One controller a lot more utility. Now, Microsoft is bundling up a version designed for PC players at the same price you’ll pay for a console model. For the same $60 you’d pay for a console Xbox One controller, you tailored... More
  • Blog Post: The Latest Destiny Update Is A Minor One

    Destiny will be getting updated frequently adding and tweaking major and small elements of the game as we move forward. This latest update falls into the small category. The latest patch offers the following changes: Engineering Fixes for Xbox One bootflow issues Changes in network configuration to improve... More
  • Blog Post: Update: Free Launch-Day DLC Cars In Forza Horizon 2

    Update: Microsoft has just confirmed the Launch Bonus Car Pack DLC, as well as the game's Car Pass and VIP programs. The VIP program ($19.99 regular or $9.99 for Forza 5 VIP members) gets you exclusive cars, a 2x in-game reward accelerator, in-game gifts, invites to exclusive game events, recognition... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Microsoft Reports Xbox Live Sign-in And Multiplayer Issues

    Update: Xbox One's Live services appear to be back to normal, according to the Xbox Live server status page . The Xbox 360 may continue to experience issues. Original story Microsoft's server status page (and news tipsters) are reporting issues with Xbox Live. You can find Xbox Live's server... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Microsoft Testing Streaming Xbox Games To PC Browsers

    A tech site is reporting that Microsoft is looking to the future of streaming games, and is reportedly testing technology that allows games to be streamed to PC Internet browsers. According to technology site Neowin, "Microsoft is testing out playing games in your browser and not just any games... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Microsoft Closes In On Deal To Purchase Minecraft Developer

    According to the Wall Street Journal , Mojang is close to becoming a part of the same studio family as Rare, Lionhead, and 343 Industries. The newspaper claims that the deal could be worth nearly $2 billion and could be done within the week. The deal would go some way to bolstering Microsoft's first... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Offers To Replace Excessively Noisy Xbox Ones

    Is your Xbox One making too much noise? Microsoft is listening, and ready to do something about it. After reports surfaced of people complaining about excessively noise Xbox Ones, Microsoft is taking a proactive approach by offering to replace those defected units.>When we reached out a Microsoft... More
  • Blog Post: DICE Reveals Battlefield 4 Final Stand Details

    Now that servers have stabilized, the Battlefield 4 fans that stuck around are enjoying the game once again. Soon, they'll get a reinforcement pack of new maps with the Final Stand DLC. The final map pack for Premium subscribers, Final Stand sends soldiers to the snowy mountain peaks of Russia, which... More
  • Blog Post: EA Sports Removing Ray Rice From Madden NFL 15 Via Week One Update

    The fallout from the leaked video of Ray Rice assaulting his wife has reached the gaming realm. Today EA Sports announced its plans to remove the former Baltimore Ravens running back from the game entirely via a week one update. "With Ray Rice’s indefinite suspension from the NFL, he will... More
  • Blog Post: October Xbox Live Update Offers Improved Snap & More

    Microsoft has released a new video going over some of the features in Xbox One Live updates that are already available for preview program members, and which will be coming in October. This new video in particular goes over some of the streamlined Snap functionality, making things more easily accessible... More
  • Blog Post: The Incredible Adventures Of Van Helsing Is Coming To Xbox One

    If Diablo III has reignited your love of console action RPGs, you might be wondering where to go after you’ve slain the lords of Hell and put down rebel angel Malthael. Perhaps you’d like to take on the lord of vampires next? Neocore Games has announced that The Incredible Adventures of Van... More
  • Blog Post: The Finish Line Is In Sight For Project Cars

    Slightly Mad Studios has announced the release date for its community-assisted racing sim. Racing fans can pick up the game on November 18 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The developer says that the Wii U version is still on track and will release sometime in 2015. Project Cars was originally slated... More
  • Blog Post: Clapfoot's Fortified Headed To Xbox One

    The promising base defense game is another indie game coming to Microsoft's Xbox One. Clapfoot's Fortified is a blends base defense with action-oriented shooter action and real-time strategy in a 1950s setting. The game was recently show at PAX Prime, and is now officially coming to Xbox One... More
  • Blog Post: Buy An Xbox One Next Week, Get Any Retail Game Free

    Microsoft is offering new incentive to purchase a new Xbox One. The company is giving away a free new game with every new Xbox One purchase. The publisher is putting no restrictions on the titles included in the promotion, and the deal applies even to existing bundles. Since the deal runs from September... More
  • Blog Post: Get Behind The Wheel Of Forza Motorsport 5 For Free This Weekend

    Xbox Live Gold members get a brand new feature this weekend. The company is rolling out a free play weekend for Forza Motorsport 5, and all you need to do is have a current Gold membership to take advantage. You’ll be able to start revving your engine at midnight Pacific tomorrow, September 4.... More
  • Blog Post: Minecraft Gets Bigger On Xbox One This Week At Budget Price For 360 Owners

    Microsoft has announced that you’ll be able to dig in a bigger sandbox this Friday, September 5. Mojang’s Minecraft will make the leap to Xbox One later this week. For those that own the game on Xbox 360, you’ll be able to upgrade the Xbox One version for $4.99. If you’re jumping... More
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