Sony and Microsoft have revealed their next generation gaming consoles called the Playstation 4 and Xbox one. Yes! The two rivals are back with their latest models. Both models are expected to get one on one in the battlefield later this year. What a competition it will be. So our Xbox and PS lovers hold onto your money and wait for a couple of more months to experience the ultimate gaming graphics. The retail box art for both consoles has been revealed!+Continue Reading
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Microsoft’s Xbox Reveal event was held today at Microsoft’s Redmond campus. If you missed it we have all of the information on the next generation Xbox console. After months of speculation the official name of the console will be Xbox One. The Xbox One is made to be an “all-in-one” box that interacts with all the devices in your home theater. Microsoft’s Don Mattrick said the core strategy is “simple, instant and complete.” The Xbox One will be available “later this year” and will ship with a new Kinect motion camera and controller. Read on as we go over some of the new features.+Continue Reading
One of the big things many gamers have been worried about with the next generation Xbox is that it would require an always-on internet connection. While we have internet pretty much everywhere these days there are some instances where it is not available, or when it goes out. Well it seems that you will still have some features available to your next generation Xbox if this happens. These features include playing a single-player game, watching a Blu-ray disc or viewing live TV.+Continue Reading
While we take things posted on Reddit with a grain of salt the image that you see below is gaining a lot of traction on the social sharing site and has been posted numerous other places. We have heard the name Xbox Infinity in many different rumors and if this image is indeed real that is what Microsoft will be calling their next generation console that is set to be announced on May 21st.+Continue Reading
Just a couple of days ago we told you that Microsoft will be holding an Xbox event on May 21st. Many people suspect this is where the next-generation Xbox console will be revealed, I mean the event is being dubbed #XboxReveal on twitter so we can only assume we will get our first look at the new console at the event. One of the first people to announce the event date was Paul Thurrott and he was on this well before Microsoft Announced it. Now Paul has said that the console will be available for purchase in early November for $499 or just $299 with a $10 subscription.+Continue Reading
Microsoft has just sent out invitations and Major Nelson has released on his blog that Microsoft has announced an Xbox event for May 21 2013, ahead of E3. As many people expect the event will be focused on the companies next-generation Xbox console. No word yet on specifics, but the event will take place at on Xbox’s own campus, and will “mark the beginning of a new generation of games, TV and entertainment” according to Major Nelson.+Continue Reading
We have been hearing about a SmartWatch from Microsoft for a little while now and The Verge has dug up some interesting information about it. Apparently the device has been in development for over a year now at Redmond Studios. Microsoft had originally planned to release a “Joule” heart rate monitor accessory for the Xbox, but the focus soon went to a smartwatch instead. That seemed like the logical choice as a smartwatch adds so much more functionality like working with Xbox Live, Windows Surface and Windows Smartphones.+Continue Reading
Microsoft has just released news of a new accessories pack for Xbox 360, which they are calling the Xbox Essentials Pack. The pack includes a wireless controller, media remote, HDMI cable, and 3 month Xbox Live Gold membership. Available in October the Xbox Essentials pack will hit retail with a price of $79.99, which Microsoft says saves you $55 over the price of each accessory individually.+Continue Reading
Gears of War is one of the biggest franchises to be created during the current (7th) console generation. The first Gears of War launched back in 2006, the second in 2008, and the third in 2011. What started off as a simple war between humans and locusts, has spawned a trilogy of intense third person cover based gameplay.
The third installment of the Gears of War series picks up quite some time after the second. Epic has included a video to fill in the time gap between the two games, while also getting any completely new players caught up to speed. While that is all fun and gravy, the question is, how does Gears of War 3 differ from its predecessors?+Continue Reading
Some point during your childhood, there’s a high probability you dreamed of having a game room. Usually the game room included your favorite games, your best friends and nonstopped gaming. Microsoft wants to turn this dream into reality. Game Room (launching early 2010) will allow you to assemble your favorite arcade games in multiple rooms across three floors, invite your best friends to play over Xbox Live and nonstopped gaming can ensue.+Continue Reading