Today we learn that two hackers have plead guilty to trying to build and sell a counterfeit Xbox One from data illegally obtained from Microsoft.
Earlier this month, we reported that Microsoft had delayed the Chinese Xbox One launch in order to ensure “the best experience possible” – and today that experience arrives.
If you’ve played Destiny for any amount of time, you probably know of one of the community’s most beloved loot-drop farming locations – our glorious Loot Cave.
Thanks to a post on r/halo earlier today, we found out that the final map will be a remake of Warlock, and will be called “Warlord,”
The Microsoft Store has switched up the Xbox One’s UK-oriented listing price, placing the console at £329.99, making it cheaper than Sony’s PS4 within the region.
Gamers in China are going to have wait just a little bit longer, because “despite strong and steady progress, we are going to need a bit more time to deliver the best experiences possible for our fans in China.”
Here it is. The official list. No debating allowed… O.K. maybe debating is encouraged.
One week out from launch, and Bungie’s Destiny is undergoing more than a mixed reception. Despite the title’s undeniable success, critics have been less than kind to the product, and users are generally one of two minds – love it or hate it. (What’s new, right?)
Last week we heard mumblings about the massive $2.5 billion deal, and this week it’s official – Microsoft has officially acquired Mojang and all of its properties.
Released last September, the new-and-improved version will hit store shelves on Nov. 18th for Xbox One and PS4, with the PC version coming early next year.