Microsoft’s ID@Xbox program is definitely a step in the right direction to help independent developers get their games on the Xbox One, but the company’s new idea is still in need of some refinement.
Ready to play some Halo on Xbox One? Well you won’t have to wait too much longer! No not that Halo, this one! Today, Microsoft announced that its top-down shooter, Halo: Spartan Assault will be coming to the Xbox One on December 24th for $15, with the Xbox 360 version of the title coming sometime in January 2014.
Not to be confused with Shrek, the Ogre class is an unlockable heavyweight that features tougher armor at the price of reduced mobility. As suggested by its name, the Stryder class is more of a run and gun type class and although it may not be the fastest, its speed makes it a formidable foe.
TIME Magazine has selected the Xbox One as one of its top ten gadgets of the year, though for reasons beyond just gaming.
John Zaccari explains why people should consider going with the Xbox One to fulfill their next gen gaming needs.
A bogus document has been floating around the web claiming that you can use the Xbox One’s recently uncovered developer tool to enable system compatibility with Xbox 360 games. Aside from being a hoax, the shady document’s instructions could potential brick you console, so don’t try it!
Here’s look at the history of the Xbox’s controller. From the massive Duke all the way to the Xbox One’s handle, Microsoft’s gaming platform has underwent some noticeable changes.