EA Access subscription service gives you another reason to buy an Xbox One... July 30, 2014 | Trav Pope
You’ll Get Crimson Dragon & Dishonored with Xbox Live Games With Gold... July 28, 2014 | Trav Pope
Saturday Night @ the Movies: The Grand Budapest Hotel... July 26, 2014 | Trav Pope
Fancy gets all electronic exclusively in Xbox Music... July 25, 2014 | Trav Pope
Watch the first trailer for Halo: Nightfall... July 24, 2014 | Trav Pope
Have Xbox Live Gold? Download the Destiny Beta... July 24, 2014 | Trav Pope
Microsoft and game developer Electronic Arts just gave sports gamers a new reason to pick up the Xbox One over Sony’s PlayStation 4 console. The two are partnering together on EA Access, a monthly subscription service that’ll let users download copies of EA’s past games, like Madden NFL 25 & FIFA 14 for just $4.99. The kicker? It’s only available on the Xbox One.
All at once you could hear it. Millions of Xbox users all rushing to comment on the games Microsoft plans to hand out free to Xbox Live Gold users through its Games With Gold promotion. With games like Dishonored & Crimson Dragon, whether you’re disappointed may just come down to taste.
One shouldn’t keep their imagination from running wild before watching Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel. Whatever the mind can dream up, The Grand Budapest Hotel can exceed it.
What do you get when you cross a techno beat, a lot base and one of the most catch songs to ever reach the top of the pop music charts? You get the GTA Remix of Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy” that’s available exclusively in Xbox Music.
We don’t know if you were planning on boldly going where no man has gone before this upcoming weekend. If you’re a fan of Star Trek, the franchise and television you might want to make changes to your plans though. This week Microsoft is slashing prices on entire seasons of Star Trek, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Deep Space 9 and the ungodly disaster that was Enterprise in Xbox Video.
It was roughly two years ago that Microsoft announced it was taking the characters and universe from the Halo first-person shooter franchise and creating new media around them. Today, Microsoft gave Xbox One, Xbox 360 and long-time Halo fans a taste of what they can expect when Halo: Nightfall, a television show starring Mike Colter, arrives.
Former Halo developer Bungie Studios made waves last week when it finally released a beta for Destiny, the upcoming first-person shooter that borrows more than a few game mechanics from large online role-playing games. Bungie is allowing every Xbox One and Xbox 360 user can download the Destiny Beta without a code.
So you’re out there in the world, looking up from your tablet, smartphone or media player and you’re wondering what could be even better than a bit of sunshine, a fully charged video player and a decent pair of headphones. Microsoft is giving away the pilot episode of Syfy’s The Almighty Johnsons. See, that escalated quickly.
If you were one of the many users hoping to get your hands on Battlefield Hardline or Dragon Age: Inquisition your waiting period just got a bit longer. Both games have been delaying.
Destiny developer Bungie didn’t exactly earn a lot of respect from Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners when it announced that the owners of Sony’s PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 consoles would get priority access to the Destiny Beta. That Xbox owners have to pay the same amount for the game’s first two expansion packs while not receiving as much content as other users didn’t exactly help either. There is good news though, today Bungie announced that it’s getting the Destiny Beta up and running for Xbox One and Xbox 360 users this afternoon, a full day before it was scheduled to arrive.
Microsoft’s Xbox Live service has connected gamers with other gamers for years. That being said, it hasn’t always done so in the ways that other social networking sites have. With the August Xbox One Update, all that is changing.
We know you’ve been dying to see enConnected staff members get their characters assaulted by giant robots in Titanfall, the exclusive first person shooter for the Xbox One and the Xbox 360. The good news is that a Titanfall edition of Play Time is still in the cards. Unfortunately, you’ll have to come back next week to catch it live.
When we first heard that Fox was planning to bring the world of Batman to television sets around the world, admittedly we hoped that, you know, Batman would actually been in it. As the first trailer for Gotham confirms that won’t be happening, but at least we’ll get to see every super villain except him in the upcoming fall drama.
By now seasoned Xbox 360 owners are familiar with the drill. Like with the Xbox One, Microsoft gifts Xbox 360 users two free games a month. As of today that game is BattleBlock Theater an Xbox Live Arcade game that would have normally cost them $14.99.
Saban Entertainment has confirmed that the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers movie coming in the not-so distant future will attempt to harness the reboot powers of Roberto Orci, Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz. They’re names might not sound familiar, but the projects they worked on will.
Perhaps Microsoft wasn’t looking for a fight when it decided to reveal the Xbox One Armed Forces Special Edition controller and stereo headset. Still that’s exactly what it’s getting on a small level.