Microsoft, a company whose heart grew 3 sizes in anticipation of Valentine's Day, is giving away free access to all gameplay. Not for anyone but US and Canadian gamers, though.
A hack for the Xbox One, which claims to make Xbox 360 games playable on the new system, is a prank which breaks the console.
A 250 GB, $299.99 version; a 4 GB with Kinect at $299.99; a $399.99 250 GB and Kinect monstrosity. They each include a select pack of less then stellar games. US retailers will offer a $50 rebate, but Microsoft is going to launch the Xbox One in November, and Sony has the PS4. Microsoft could have done better.
Microsoft has spared little effort in transforming its flagship Xbox 360 into a versatile entertainment hub, making the system much more than a gaming console.
XBox 360 owners are the the best in bed, a survey has found.
The video game business has endured a lot of ups and downs, and there often isn’t a gradual drop off in sales.
Reports and rumors about Microsoft's Xbox 720 (Next) console failing to support used video games have continued to circulate in recent weeks.
One of the key features that gamers look forward to in terms of new consoles is raw graphics horsepower.
Xbox 360 owners will soon have an additional streaming video option.
We all know Microsoft's next-generation Xbox Next (720) will be debuting this year at E3 2013 in Los Angeles.
Once, long ago, in a console cycle far, far away, Microsoft championed the HD DVD format while Sony backed Blu-ray.
Both the Microsoft Xbox 360 and Sony PS3 have been around for an embarrassingly long time.
The current console cycle may be coming to an end, but that hasn't stopped Crytek from squeezing every last drop of horsepower from the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot isn't at all pleased with the current state of aging consoles from both Sony (PS3) and Microsoft (Xbox 360).
If you're an avid sports fan, odds are you spend a lot of TV time watching ESPN.
Bethesda's relationship with the Playstation 3 (PS3) community has been fraught with difficulty over the past year, as Skyrim DLCs remain conspicuously absent from Sony's flagship console.
The Halo 4 franchise has quite a lot of bragging rights in the gaming world.
Microsoft's ambitious "second-screen" update for the Xbox 360 will go live this Friday.
Simple modification allows gamers to pair a wireless Xbox 360 controller with Google's popular Nexus 7 tablet.
A new live-action Hal0 4 trailer - directed by none other than Hollywood veteran David Fincher - is now live on YouTube.