As teased by Microsoft last week, you can now get your Xbox Music fix on a browser (and non-MS hardware) starting today. Continue reading
Xbox Live Gold members might have yet another reason not to go outdoors this summer, as Microsoft has just detailed a new TWC TV app for launch in the next few months. Joining the console’s existing HBO Go stream, Continue reading
Whether or not you pay for GameStop’s annual membership plan, the planet’s largest video game retailer is opening the doors of the Las Vegas Sands Expo and Convention Center Continue reading
Google’s taking the iOS version of its Earth mapping app up to 7.1. The update brings a few new features, including, most notably, the addition of its Street View imagery — following a similar update to the Android version. Continue reading
On Wednesday, Microsoft released their highly-anticipated preview build of Windows 8.1. Continue reading
Though,totally explained in the video with reasons which i find somewhat true, still,it’s going to be a shame not having a single player campaign to peak your gaming interest.The Titanfall multi-player would definitely be a very interesting game and would be even more interesting if it comes out with PC”LAN play”[so you can play with friends when you are close to them rather than the internet for pc gamers].
Microsoft backtracked today on its much-derided policy that would have required Xbox One gamers to connect their consoles to the Internet once a day to prevent game piracy. Continue reading
Huawei considering snapping up Nokia, which could help it boost its smartphone gains in Europe and the U.S., a company executive said on Tuesday. Continue reading
If you were lucky enough to pre-order one of those “launch edition” play station 4 consoles i’d say you’re a pretty lucky bastard[maybe i shouldn’t have used that] but yeah,you’re pretty lucky as Amazon have decided to throw in Game Bundles[four to be precise] for the launch edition of Sony’s Next Gen Console. Continue reading
With Microsoft and Sony both set to showcase their consoles and games at E3 later today, there’s no telling how the pre-order race might change. After all, we’re yet to even lock our eyes on the PS4 in all its glory.
Several days ago, Microsoft clarified that the Xbox One will restrict the way used games are sold, causing a furore among the gaming community.
But perhaps people aren’t quite as fazed as we thought. At the end of the day, gamers want games. And if Microsoft can deliver enough titles at E3 today, perhaps those DRM qualms will be quickly forgotten.
But just incase you haven’t pre-ordered yet,Microsoft fans[xbox lovers] can get the Xbox One console for $499,99 plus new games[Madden NFL,FIFA 14,Watch Dogs,Battlefield 4…] and accessories while Sony fans can pre-order the Play Station 4 console for around the same price plus new games[Battlefield 4,Assasin Creed 4,Thief 4…] and accessories at our store.Check back for more updates on this story.
Metal Gear Solid V features “deeper stealth action”. Continue reading
|– Microsoft is reportedly using unfair tactics at E3 2013|
Microsoft is allegedly paying many third-party publishers so that they won’t show off their PlayStation 4 games at E3 2013, according to a new report. Continue reading
NEW YORK (AP) — Microsoft’s upcoming Xbox One gaming console will be able to play used games, clearing up a worry among gamers and video game retailers such as GameStop, which trade in used games.
That means video games discs users buy will not be limited to one Xbox One device, and players can share or trade in the games they have bought for other used games, just as they have been able to do in the past. Continue reading
Microsoft Senior Product Marketing Manager Michael Niehaus reiterated that message in the RT in the Enterprise session on Tuesday. When the 8.1 preview is available, Windows 8 and Windows RT users will receive a Windows Update notification. That update will trigger the new bits to show up in the Windows Store, where potential testers will be able to read the description and choose whether or not to install. Continue reading
When Microsoft’s Xbox One goes on sale before the end of year, it should cost about $399, $50 more than the Sony’s PlayStation 4, likely to debut at the same time, according to estimates by Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter. Continue reading