There is a new ‘Assassin’s Creed Unity’ release date... August 28, 2014 | Trav Pope
Kinect 2 sensor with ‘Dance Central Spotlight’ coming for $149.99... August 27, 2014 | Trav Pope
New Surface 2 pricing makes them the ultimate mobile Xbox experience... August 27, 2014 | Trav Pope
Xbox Live Deals With Gold for August 26th gets you ‘Need for Speed Rivals&... August 26, 2014 | Trav Pope
‘Choice Cuts’ playlist brings curated playlists back to Xbox Music... August 25, 2014 | Trav Pope
Get the first episode of ‘House of Cards’ free in Xbox Video... August 20, 2014 | Trav Pope
If you’d have asked us what we hoped the next new app coming to Microsoft’s Xbox One console would be, we’d have told you we hoped it was an app for Time Warner’s HBO Go video service or even the TuneIn radio app we’ve been eyeing on other platforms for years. This morning Microsoft threw a complete curveball at Xbox One users. It didn’t announce the arrival of HBO Go or TuneIn, but it did reveal ReddX, an app that allows users to interact with the Reddit community directly from their Xbox One.
Xbox One owners excited to get their hands on Assassin’s Creed Unity are having a rough couple of hours. This morning Ubisoft formally announced that the game’s release date was being delayed into November.
Don’t start calling any of the folks at Microsoft, Flo but it seems that someone working on the Xbox Team has discovered the power of bundling. Just weeks after announcing three new console bundles, today the company revealed that its standalone Kinect 2 sensor will cost $149.99 and include a copy of Dance Central Spotlight at no additional charge.
If you were at some point hoping that Microsoft would attempt to rival the PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS with a handheld of its very own then you’ve had a very disappointing few years. Don’t fret though, Microsoft is making up for its mobile gaming shortfall in quick order. Yesterday the company slashed prices on the Surface 2 to just $349.99.
It’s so easy to lose a productive afternoon staring into the emptiness that is your Xbox One and Xbox 360 games library wondering, “where did it all go?” We can’t answer that question for you, but replenishing your stock of Xbox One and Xbox 360 games is now ridiculous cheap thanks to Xbox Live Deals With Gold promotion for August 26th
Users of Microsoft’s Xbox Music subscription service and music store have new cause for celebration. Curated playlists have made their return to Xbox Music — sort of.
Sometimes the good die young, and Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom is about to be put out to pasture. You’d think with the stakes this high and only six episodes coming before the end HBO would be building hype for the journalism drama series with flashy advertisements and all the action words they could find. Instead, the network is taking a very different approach in teasing the final season of The Newsroom.
The Netflix original series House of Cards sparked a revolution in how we consume content. There NBC was with its week-long wait times, breaks for the holidays and sheer tonnage of commercials. Then Netflix came and dumped entire seasons of House of Cards on its subscribers — and it didn’t hurt that the show was critically acclaimed either. This week Netflix and Xbox Video are teaming up to keep the hype for the show alive, as or now absolutely any user can snag the first episode of House of Cards at absolutely no charge.
We’ve hoped to get our hands on the new Media app and updated Friends area for the Xbox One ever since Microsoft announced them this past Monday at its Gamescom 2014 Xbox Media Briefing. If you have too, you’re starting the weekend with a win. Microsoft says late last night it began deploying the September Xbox One Update to users participating in the Xbox One Preview Program.
So the week is winding down and you’ve got absolutely nothing to watch this weekend. First, shame on you, there’s always episodes of Mad Men available. Secondly, if Mad Men doesn’t work out for you there’s always first season of The Wahlburgers, which is available for free in Xbox Video.
Microsoft’s Xbox One console hasn’t been around long enough for us to start seeing huge discounts on titles made for it. At least, that’s what many assumed before Microsoft slashed the prices of Titanfall and Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeros by half in this week’s Xbox Live Deals With Gold promotion.
National publications — and even some more entertainment specific sites — rushed to profiling Robin Williams’ characters & comedy, recalling how he made them feel in Good Morning Vietnam or how Bicentennial Man made them feel things they’d yet to feel. As Variety points out, what many don’t know is just how big of a gamer Williams was too.
Microsoft is releasing a white Xbox One and it’ll be included in the Xbox One Sunset Overdrive bundle beginning later this year. That’s on top of Call of Duty Advanced Warfare bundle that’ll include a terabyte in internal storage.
Microsoft’s Xbox One console is getting some new features and extras soon including the option for users to stream television shows and movies directly from their Xbox One to a mobile device equipped with the Xbox One Digital TV Tuner and a revamped media player.
It’s finally here folks. Microsoft’s Gamescom 2014 Xbox Media Briefing this morning at 8 a.m.. Here’s how you can watch live.
If you were hoping to celebrate the arrival on Madden NFL 15 by playing a bit of last year’s installment for Microsoft’s Xbox One console, you’re in luck. As of now all Xbox One owners can download the EA Access app that lets them subscribe to the recently announced subscription service of the same name.