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We’re finally learning more about Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, and it has people thinking a lot about another first-person shooter that’s already available on current generation gaming systems like the Xbox One: Titanfall.
Right about now, every sports fan is prepping for the NBA Playoffs. They’re poring over game time schedules, reevaluating their decision to ditch cable television and likely burning all of the Labron James gear they can get their hands on. Rest assured playoff fans, a select few of you will be able to watch the NBA Playoffs on Xbox Live using a mix of apps and services.
As if you didn’t have enough reasons to be on Xbox Live thanks to free NBA 2K15 sessions this weekend Microsoft is throwing in another. Until Monday morning Superman/Batman: Public Enemies is free for anyone to rent thanks to Xbox Live Free Movie Weekend.
Microsoft’s is celebrating the start of the NBA Playoffs in the United States in the only way it knows how. In between games Microsoft is hoping that owners of the Xbox One will take sometime in venture into NBA 2K15. Beginning tonight any one with an Xbox Live Gold subscription can play NBA 2K15 absolutely free.
Here’s to hoping that you haven’t watched every single episode of Cartoon Network’s flagship animation series. As of now any with access to Xbox Video can get deeply discount seasons of the Regular Show, Clarence, Gumball and more during Microsoft’s Cartoon Network Sale.
Microsoft is holding an event to showcase its entire Windows ecosystem — allegedly, including the Xbox One — in roughly a weeks time. That impending conference isn’t stopping the company from dropping an absolutely massive update to the Xbox on Windows 10 experience for those participating in its Windows 10 Insider Program.
Craving some fast-paced first-person shooter action on the cheap? Microsoft’s Xbox Live Deals with Gold promotion for the week includes deep discounts on Call of Duty: Ghosts, Never Alone and more.
In little less than two months, Microsoft plans to take a stage at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo. What the Xbox One, Surface and software maker will announce remains a mystery, but it looks as if Microsoft will have some brand new games made by its studios to show off at the event.
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