By the time most of you read this it will no longer be relevant, but for the late-night XOD-goers among you, Minecraft: Xbox One Edition has launched a little ahead of schedule.
Bungie’s hinted surprise has been revealed – Destiny receives its first official live-action trailer
Yesterday Bungie took to the social medias and gaming forums across the internet to sprinkle little hints that something was happening today, and while many people guessed, I didn’t see anyone guess correctly (though I’m sure someone did).
As the launch of Forza Horizon 2 draws closer, Microsoft has decided to celebrate by offering the Forza Motorsport 5 to all Xbox Live Gold members for free.
Now that the original launch-month has drawn to a close, Microsoft has finally committed to a release date for Minecraft: Xbox One Edition, which is set for this Friaday, September 5.
Scheduled for release on September 2, it seems that someone opened the floodgate a wee bit early, as those who are interested can go ahead and jump right into the action.
September’s Xbox One update has arrived a bit earlier than expected, and is available for download by anyone, right now.
As we reported in June, ASTRO and 343 are currently partnering to bring us a special Halo edition of the A50 line, and ASTRO took to PAX to make the reveal.
It was announced earlier this week that Lockout would be the 5th map to make its return in the Halo 2 Anniversary portion of The Master Chief Collection., and now we’ve got a bit more to go on than a few screenshots.
As consoles move closer and closer to the all-digital way of life, several commonplace features on PC are still unheard of on consoles – that is, until now. The ability to Pre-load your digitally pre-ordered titles will soon become a reality on the Xbox One, as Microsoft will be implementing this feature into the system’s […]
Microsoft starts selling Kinect separately on Oct 7 – The peripheral’s suggested retail price is $149.99
Microsoft has confirmed that starting on October 7, a stand-alone version of the Xbox One’s Kinect will be available, hitting retail at the suggested price of $149.99, and will come bundled with the new Dance Central Spotlight.