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Microsoft seeking to open and acquire more studios, will “probably” debut a game streaming service within three years

Xbox’s Phil Spencer has some interesting things to say about the future of Xbox in a recent interview. Speaking to Bloomberg Technology, Microsoft’s Executive Vice President of Gaming opened up about Microsoft’s desire to bring more studios under its wing, and the possibility that they will eventually release a streaming service that will let players […]

Microsoft Console-Less Streaming Game Service Should Debut by 2020, Says Phil Spencer

Home video game consoles have increasingly become more digital, gradually shifting away from physical content while pushing for larger hard drives to store the games you want. The Xbox One X, which launches today, is the most powerful console on the market, but it could be the last hurrah for Microsoft as far as physical consoles go. Show More Summary

Phil Spencer: Microsoft will probably debut a game streaming service in the next 3 years

Game streaming services are controversial because their subscription costs are expensive and they require fast internet. Sony's PlayStation Now may offer a great selection of titles, but it comes in at $19.99 for a month or $44.99 for three months. Show More Summary

Microsoft may launch a game streaming service within the next three years

Microsoft’s Phil Spencer has revealed that the company aims to launch a streaming service within the next three years. While a focus of Spencer’s interview with Bloomberg today was that Xbox was going to increase its investment in first-party...Show More Summary

Microsoft could bring first-party titles to rival platforms

Xbox chief Phil Spencer has refused to rule out bringing Microsoft's first-party titles to rival platforms in the future....

Phil Spencer says Xbox plans to increase investment in first-party games

It’s no secret that Xbox has had a rough time with their first-party line-up this generation, with cancelled games like Scalebound and Fable Legends to the delay of Crackdown 3. People constantly criticize the brand for this and askShow More Summary

Phil Spencer: Microsoft is committed to growing first-party Xbox content and studios

When the Xbox One launched in 2013, the main problem gamers had with the device was its underpowered specifications when compared to the PlayStation 4. The Xbox One clocked in at 1.31 TFLOPS while the PlayStation 4 came in at 1.84 TFLOPS. Show More Summary

Microsoft Investing in Making More First-Party Games

Amidst criticism, Phil Spencer has laid down new plans for first-party games on the Xbox platform.

Kinect's value to artists overshadowed its gaming roots

The Kinect is officially dead. But the reality is that Microsoft signed the do-all sensor's fate years ago. Faced with slumping hardware sales in 2014, then-new Xbox chief Phil Spencer had a decision to make. Either Microsoft would drop the price of the Xbox One, or continue letting Sony and the $400 PlayStation 4 eat its lunch. Show More Summary

Original Xbox game hubs start appearing ahead of backward compatibility launch

Backward compatibility for original Xbox games still hasn't arrived yet, but the pieces are starting to fall into place. Xbox chief Phil Spencer recently confirmed that backward compatibility for original Xbox games would arrive before the end of 2017, and Microsoft appears to be in the process getting some consumer-facing aspects ready ahead of launch....

VIDEO=> Far Left Thugs HARASS-DISRUPT-FLIP OFF FOX News Reporter at Florida Campus

Far Left thugs Harassed, Abused and Interrupted FOX News reporter Phil Keating today at the University of Florida campus in Gainesville on Thursday afternoon. Nazi Richard Spencer was invited to speak to his 20 supporters on campus today. Show More Summary

Xbox Head 'Doesn't Like' Paying for Platform-Exclusive DLC

Phil Spencer sheds light on the exclusivity deals Microsoft has for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Cuphead.

Phil Spencer reiterates he does not like console exclusive content

The Xbox brand has been criticized in recent months for not acquiring a lot of marketing deals with third-party publishers like Sony has. On top of that, there are already some who believe that Xbox’s exclusive lineup of games this year was lacking, though they just had a fantastic release with Cuphead. Show More Summary

Microsoft compliments Nintendo on their working relationship with Minecraft

Coming from Xbox boss Phil Spencer... "We talk to Sony all the time. With Minecraft on PlayStation, we have to be one of the biggest games on their platform in terms of sales and gameplay. Same with Nintendo. The relationship with Nintendo on this front has been strong. Show More Summary

Original Xbox Backward Compatibility is still coming to Xbox One in 2017 says Phil Spencer

Just like the Xbox 360 Backward Compatibility reveal, Microsoft stunned everyone at E3 2017 when they announced that original Xbox games were also coming to Xbox One through the service. Since then we haven't heard much about an expected release date, but we do know that it's still coming in 2017. Show More Summary

Phil Spencer says original Xbox backward compatibility is really close

As much of a pleasant surprise that Xbox 360 backward compatibility was a couple of years ago, Xbox shocked us once again at E3 2017 by announcing a feature many thought would never happen; original Xbox backward compatibility. Playing...Show More Summary

Phil Spencer doesn’t seem optimistic about Xbox One/PS4 cross-platform play happening any time soon

Although cross-platform online multiplayer is a thing that many players and developers want, it’s looking more and more like Sony isn’t going to back down and allow it. Microsoft has been very open in advocating for cross-platform play, with head of marketing Aaron Greenberg saying that he was trying to talk Sony into it last […]

What Phil Spencer's promotion means for Xbox and gaming at Microsoft

Xbox head Phil Spencer recently got promoted to Microsoft's executive leadership team, in a big show of confidence for gaming. But what does it mean? For years, Xbox hasn't really been viewed as central to Microsoft's core operations, sitting underneath Windows in terms of corporate hierarchy. Show More Summary

Phil Spencer is movin' on up at Microsoft

Xbox head Phil Spencer has received plenty of praise over the past few years for the way that the Xbox One has changed under his leadership. It's not just external parties who have taken notice. Microsoft just rewarded Spencer in a big...Show More Summary

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