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Xbox One: Everything You Need to Know About Microsoft’s New Console (Updating)

David Smothers May 21, 2013

It’s been eight years and nine days since Microsoft showed the world the Xbox 360 on May 12th, 2005. Today, we see what’s next. The Xbox One. New consoles are exciting in a way that it’s hard for other product releases to match, even anticipated ones like an iPhone, because they’re so infrequent. This is… Continue Reading »

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The Next Xbox: Everything We Think We Know

David Smothers May 20, 2013

We’re finding out about the new Xbox on May 21st. But that doesn’t mean we have no idea what’s coming. Here’s a rundown of everything we know, or think we know, about the next Xbox. The Specs We are pretty sure we know what the guts of the new Xbox look like. It’ll have a… Continue Reading »

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The Next Xbox Will Be Announced May 21

David Smothers April 24, 2013

Microsoft just announced that it’s going to fill us in on the next Xbox, alias Durango, alias Nextbox, on May 21st. The event will take place at Microsoft’s home base in Redmond, Washington, but streamed on Spike TV. Here’s what we can expect. The full lineup of games, according to a post on Xbox big… Continue Reading »

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Leak Reinforces Rumors of “Always Connected” Future Xbox

David Smothers March 20, 2013

A new leak seems to reinforce claims that Microsoft’s next-generation “Durango” Xbox will require mandatory game installation and have an “always on, always connected” internet policy. The leak, from VGleaks and reported by Verge, provides screen shorts from an Xbox Development Kit (XDK) for Microsoft’s upcoming console. Those grabs state that each new console will house a hard drive with… Continue Reading »

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Rumor: Microsoft may unveil next-gen Xbox in April ahead of E3

David Smothers February 22, 2013

Now that Sony has announced the PlayStation 4, all eyes are on Microsoft for the future of Xbox. According to CVG, “Microsoft will showcase its console at a one-off media event in early April” following the Game Developers Conference at the end of March. Further fueling the rumor is a discovery made by NeoGAF member “ekim,” who says the… Continue Reading »

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5 things you didn’t know about the next ‘Tomb Raider’

David Smothers January 19, 2013

With more than 30 million games sold since it debuted in 1996, Tomb Raider has become one of the most successful video game series in history — not to mention the movies, books, action figures and other merchandise it also has spawned. Many fans of the franchise are eagerly awaiting the next video game installment, simply titled Tomb… Continue Reading »

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Microsoft Is Finally Bringing XBLA Games to Windows 8 and RT

David Smothers January 16, 2013

This has been a long time coming. Microsoft Play just added 15 Xbox Live Arcade games to Windows 8 and RT through the Windows Store. And it’s about time. When the Windows Store launched, its ability to unify games across computers made it seem like a natural fit for XBLA titles. But the fragmentation between Microsoft’s various… Continue Reading »

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360-Exclusive ‘Black Ops II’ DLC ‘Revolution’ To Offer More Zombies, More Maps, And A New Weapon

David Smothers January 10, 2013

Four new multiplayer maps, a new Zombies mode and map, and a new gun are coming to the January 29th update for “Black Ops II.” Among the updates, “Turned” is a new zombies mode which will allow players to control a zombie for the first time in “Call of Duty.” It joins the new level… Continue Reading »

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Microsoft Just Bought a Company That’ll Help the Xbox Win Your Living Room

David Smothers January 3, 2013

Microsoft just bought R2 Studios, a company that Apple and Google were both after, to help the Xbox continue its assault on living rooms across the world. R2 Studios, which was founded by Blake Krikorian (the guy who also made the Slingbox), apparently “works on” technology related to distributing and displaying digital media on televisions. Basically,… Continue Reading »

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