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If former Chief Xbox Officer Robbie Bach could go back and do things differently, the original Xbox would have focused less on Japan.
On this week's Xbox show, a lack of current Xbox news leads us to reminisce about the past, including our favorite original Xbox games.
Nordic Games' apocalyptic action game is unleashing hell on current-gen consoles.
While Microsoft anticipated a 2006 release, PlayStation 3's hefty price tag took the company by surprise.
Bungie's final scheduled update for legacy consoles roles out in preparation for Rise of Iron.
Adam Boyes has joined Iron Galaxy Studios as CEO, assuming the role next month.
Plus, first details about next week's roster reveals!
Some all-time classics join the line-up in this month's free games for Live subscribers.
Fru is a Kinect game released in 2016. It is also very, very good.
Plus save $10 on a $100 GameStop gift card, snag a $9 iPhone battery perfect for Pokemon Go, and more!
Microsoft considered skipping numbers and going right to Xbox 3 to avoid having their second console appear inferior to PS3.
Get an early look at the six new packs coming this November, including Fantastics Beasts and Where to Find Them, Sonic the Hedgehog and E.T.
While Microsoft considered entering the handheld market, the company just didn't have the bandwidth to make it happen.
The Happy Wars follow up throws players into chaotic dungeons and houses an awesome collection of loot.
These cleverly remixed levels are more modest than the main episodes but they're just as fun to play.
And did we mention the cult developer is hoping to be ordained as a Buddhist priest?
Shopping for a 4K HDR TV for Xbox One S and/or Scorpio? It turns out HDR isn't so cut and dry. Plus: Tomb Raider's pleasant Season Pass surprise and more!
The special edition bundle of South Park: The Fractured But Whole is reportedly an Amazon exclusive.
A crowd-sourced investigation reveals a new sound bite from the mysterious character.
The potentially groundbreaking feature is ready to go, and just needs corporate say-so.