Current-gen console will live alongside Xbox One. Microsoft has a 'huge' announcement for the Xbox 360 at this year's E3, despite this week's unveiling of the Xbox One.Click here to read the full article Related Stories EA Sports 'Ignite'...Show More Summary
Independent game developers who are excited about selling new games on the Xbox One got some bad news on Wednesday. Microsoft confirmed to ShackNews that independent developers cannot self-publish their own games on Xbox Live Arcade, and are instead required to partner with Microsoft Game Studios or a third-party publisher. Show More Summary
Microsoft says that downloadable games may not be called “Xbox Live Arcade” on the Xbox One.
A chunk of the indie gaming sector observed the Xbox One presentation (either live or secondhand, via channels like Twitter) with a sense of disappointment. Given that Sony's PlayStation 4 unveiling put game development at the forefront...Show More Summary
Microsoft finally unveiled the Xbox One, an all powerful all-in-one living room entertainment system that you could talk to to control other gadgets in your home. Aside from being able to talk to it, Kinect also watches for hand gestures … Continue reading ?
So we didn't get to see any actual live, in-game footage from the Xbox One's pre-E3 conference yesterday. It was all CG or scripted sequencing and it left a real foul taste in the mouths of gamers. Thankfully, Microsoft's internal executives are well aware of this and they promise that come E3, Xbox One will be games, games, games.
Independent developers wishing to get games on Xbox One's Xbox Live Arcade will face few options.
Exec Larry Hryb will chat live with Yahoo! users at 4 p.m. ET
Shooting stuff never gets old. They'll even be dong it in the future. For further proof of that fact, you'll want to check out Scourge: Outbreak. It arrives on Xbox Live July 3, offering up a squad-based third-person shooting experience in a cheaper downloadable package.
Throughout the summer, Metro: Last Light developer 4A Games is planning to release four different content packs, all bundled together today in a season pass available on Xbox Live, PSN and Steam for 1200 MS Points ($15). The FactionShow More Summary
Video and music purchased through the Xbox Live Marketplace will transfer to the Xbox One for storage and playback, Microsoft corporate vice president Phil Harrison confirmed to Polygon. Harrison noted the cross-platform media compatibility when asked about the Xbox One's reported inability to play Xbox 360 discs and downloaded games. Show More Summary
It's more a powerful home theater PC than it is a game console, making it a great tool for bringing Microsoft's services into your living room.
1 vs. 100 for Xbox 360 was a delight, plain and simple. I know I'm not the only one who would like to see it return or, at the very least, see Microsoft introduce more game shows that tap into the Xbox Live user base. Speaking to OXM,...Show More Summary
Xbox One will not have separate sections for indie or download-only games, such as Xbox Live Indie Games and Xbox Live Arcade on the 360 - instead, Microsoft's new console will feature games, and "just games," Microsoft Corporate Vice...Show More Summary
Yesterday, at launches in Seattle and London, Microsoft just may have staked its claim to space in your future living room. Hoping to take on the laptop as your home-based center of connectivity to the world, they introduced their new console, the Xbox One. Below, some details on the system that aims to be an indispensable part of homelife... More
As with Xbox 360, indie devs will need to do a deal with Microsoft or a publisher to get on Xbox One's Xbox Live Arcade.
Microsoft execs confirmed multiple accounts can use a single Xbox Live subscription on the Xbox One. Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
The battle for control of the living room just become more fierce.
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Xbox Live Gold memberships will be accessible on both Xbox 360 and Xbox One when it releases later this year, Microsoft's Phil Harrison told Polygon. "If you have an Xbox Gold membership today for 360 and you buy an Xbox One, your membership applies to both systems," Harrison said. Show More Summary