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  • Blog Post: Remedy’s Sam Lake Details Quantum Break’s Transmedia Approach

    In New York City yesterday, I had the chance to sit down with members of the Remedy team to talk about Quantum Break . The ambitious game will be coming to Xbox One in the future, and the time-bending action title will be different than anything you’ve ever played. Remedy’s past games have... More
  • Blog Post: Ask Us Anything About Xbox One

    We’ve posted our initial impressions of the Xbox One, but we’re sure you have questions. We’re opening up the floodgates and want to hear from you. Have a question about Kinect? Want to know how quickly the fast-switching works? Just want to pick our brains about setup and configuration... More
  • Blog Post: Gamers Nationwide Line Up For Xbox Ones

    All across America, people are anxiously anticipating the Xbox One launch. Many gamers are even lining up to pick up one of the consoles as soon as possible. Are you one of the lucky, soon-to-be sleep-deprived, individuals picking up an Xbox One at midnight? Did you choose a PlayStation 4 instead? We... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] State Of Sound: Xbox One Dolby Digital Coming Post-Launch

    Update #2: We have good news for those of you using Astro Gaming A50s or that company's MixAmp Pro. We received a statement with instructions on how to get surround sound out of your Xbox One immediately. "Microsoft’s decision to drop Dolby encoding on their SPDIF output at launch does... More
  • Blog Post: Xbox One Pins Still Not Accessible Offline

    Like the Xbox 360, your pins on Xbox One are saved to the cloud, meaning you can access them from anywhere as long as you're online. However, also like the Xbox 360, they are not stored locally for offline access. This makes sense for some applications; you can't use Netflix or ESPN without an... More
  • Blog Post: How To Play PS4 On Your Xbox One

    Forget the console wars. If you have an Xbox One, you can make it play nice with your PS4. All you need to do is plug the HDMI cable from your PS4 into the HDMI In port on the back of your Xbox One. Then make sure your Xbox One is plugged into your TV. Next, turn the PS4 on. Select the Watch TV option... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Here Are The Xbox One Kinect Voice And Motion Commands

    Update: Microsoft has informed us that the Kinect gestures will be different when the console releases, so the original document may not be accurate. We have removed that image from the story, but will post an updated version once the Xbox One has launched. Original Story: Kinect is an impressive piece... More
  • Blog Post: Xbox One Will Automatically Manage Your Hard Drive Storage

    You may have heard that there’s no way to actively manage your hard drive space on the Xbox One. This is by design, as a combination of cloud storage and the Xbox One hardware handles that for users. “Xbox One was designed to make storage management automatic,” a Microsoft representative... More
  • Blog Post: How To Bring Your Profile Over To Xbox One

    Let’s say you just hooked up your Xbox One and turned it on. How easy and fast is it to log in using your old Xbox 360 profile? The answer is very easy and fast. Just like importing your profile from one Xbox 360 to another, all you need is the email address and password associated with your account... More
  • Blog Post: Xbox One Boots Either Faster Or Slower Than 360

    Last week, we timed the boot sequence for the PlayStation 4. Now it's the Xbox One's turn to face the stopwatch. We started the console from both its instant on and energy-saving modes to see how long it'll take players to go from the off position to into a game. As it turns out, it'll... More
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