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HD Report | July 20, 2017

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Is the Xbox One X a Next-Gen Console in Disguise?

July 9, 2017 | 5

When Microsoft released a hype video for something called Project Scorpio during E3 2016, they triggered the kind of discussion that such mysterious announcements at such major events are meant to trigger.

Nobody knew exactly what Project Scorpio was, … Read More

Project Scorpio Should Have Been the Next Xbox

May 6, 2017 |

In just a couple of months at E3 2017, Microsoft is going to formally reveal their upgraded take on the Xbox One that has thus far been referred to as Project Scorpio. Even though Microsoft has yet to officially unveil … Read More

Did Microsoft Invest in the Wrong Exclusives?

March 23, 2017 | 1

Let’s get one thing out of the way right now. Microsoft is not in financial trouble. Microsoft is very richer. They are richer than you, richer than me, and richer than several fine countries in the world. It’s hard … Read More

Game Pass is the Best Reason to Own an Xbox

February 28, 2017 |

When it comes to technological advances, being first doesn’t always mean that much. Look at the Oculus Rift. That device’s Kickstarter campaign basically reinvigorated the entire idea of virtual reality gaming and created a template for how the concept … Read More

Microsoft Can’t Save Xbox by Themselves

February 7, 2017 | 8

Recently, an Xbox fan took to Twitter to ask Head of Xbox Phil Spencer whether or not Microsoft is going to make any good exclusives for Xbox One. Spencer’s response to the question was professional and encouraging.

“I feel very … Read More

It’s Time To Abandon Video Game Discs

January 2, 2017 |

It’s hard to believe that the year 2017 is almost upon us. It’s even harder to believe that we are almost in the year 2017, and the video game industry is still dependent upon physical discs.

As the film, … Read More

“Free” is the Future of Video Game Marketing

December 24, 2016 |

Earlier this year, Cacpom shocked the world by releasing a releasing a free demo of Resident Evil 7.

That sounds like an odd statement, doesn’t it? After all, video game demos have been a part of the industry for … Read More

Xbox One’s Best Year Wasn’t Good Enough

December 21, 2016 | 5

There has never been a better time to own an Xbox One.

Between the launch of the Xbox One S (the best piece of gaming hardware released this year), an E3 presentation that finally found a nice balance between … Read More

Sony Shows That They’re Still All About The Games

December 9, 2016 |

In years gone by, Sony’s annual PlayStation Experience event was little more than a way for the studio to celebrate everything PlayStation with the console’s biggest fans. This year, the event was a declaration of war.

Perhaps someone at … Read More

2016 In Gaming: It Was A Bad Year For…

November 25, 2016 |

With the good comes the bad. It may have been a great year to be a gamer, but these were things that threatened to bring 2016 down.

It was a bad year for…

No Man’s Sky

It feels … Read More

Why One of The Year’s Best Games Isn’t Selling

October 31, 2016 |

Titanfall 2 isn’t just a great game; it’s a modern video game miracle.

Modest sales aside, the original Titanfall was a disappointment. The game that was supposed to be Xbox One’s killer app ended up serving as a decent shooter … Read More

Microsoft Has No Choice But To Bring VR To Xbox

October 28, 2016 |

About a year ago, video game manufacturers had the luxury of asking themselves whether they believed in virtual reality or not. If they did, it was a good time to start making plans for a future that included VR. … Read More

Even Doubters Must Respect The Xbox’s Recent Success

October 15, 2016 |

Recently, Microsoft announced that the Xbox One was the best-selling console for September in both the U.S. and UK markets. This marks the third month in a role the Xbox One has been the top seller in the U.S.

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Users Warn of “Unplayable” Forza Horizon 3 PC Version

September 23, 2016 |

As one of the first games included in Microsoft’s Xbox Play Anywhere initiative (a program designed to allow players to purchase one copy of certain Xbox One and Windows 10 games and play them on both systems), perhaps it … Read More

Microsoft Guarantees Native 4K Games; Sony Still Unsure

September 19, 2016 |

 

The 4K console wars continue as Microsoft has now announced that their upcoming Project Scorpio system will be capable of displaying all future Microsoft-developed games in native 4K.

Officially, Shannon Loftis (Microsoft Studios’ publishing general manager) informed USA Today that … Read More

Microsoft Unveils First Xbox Play Anywhere Games

September 5, 2016 |

For months, Microsoft has been hyping the debut of their Play Anywhere program; a new initiative designed to allow Xbox One and Windows 10 gamers to purchase one copy of certain games and play it on either a PC … Read More

‘The Green Hornet’ is Free for Xbox & Windows

November 14, 2015 |

Sony Pictures’ The Green Hornet is currently available free to rent at the Microsoft Store for Xbox consoles, PCs running Windows 8 & Windows 10, and Windows 8 phones. The film, released in 2011, stars Seth Rogen as Britt Reid — … Read More

Showtime Anytime app now available for Xbox 360, Xbox One by Year’s End

July 2, 2014 | 1

Xbox 360 owners have waited patiently for the Showtime Anytime app to hit Xbox Live, and as of yesterday the app officially launched. Showtime Anytime is free to download but you’ll need to authenticate with a valid TV provider username and … Read More

Next Xbox about to be revealed

May 21, 2013 |

Inside a giant tent on Microsoft’s Redmond, Washington campus, the future of Xbox is about to be unveiled.Read More

Is this the PS4? Sony releases teaser trailer

May 20, 2013 | 1

No doubt looking to steal a little bit of thunder from the Xbox event tomorrow, Sony is out with a new teaser trailer for the PlayStation 4.Read More