First Xbox One Update On The Way December 10, 2013 | Travis Pope
Peggle 2 Available on the Xbox One December 9, 2013 | Travis Pope
The Favs – December 8th: Girls Aren’t Allowed and Your Xbox One is P... December 8, 2013 | Travis Pope
Get ‘Gears of War’ As a Part of Xbox LIVE Games With Gold for Decemb... December 2, 2013 | Travis Pope
Watch Your Xbox Video Content on the Web November 27, 2013 | Travis Pope
Microsoft Holding Its Own Xbox 360 Black Friday Sale... November 26, 2013 | Travis Pope
In what could only be interpreted as a way to stay at the top of the music subscription heap, Spotify has announced that it will allow Android and iPhone users to stream music absolutely free — with a catch.
Since the Xbox One debuted on November 22nd, users have been clamoring to forums and public support areas to beg for fixes to the console’s operating system. Thankfully, Microsoft is delivering the first Xbox One update today.
For this week only Microsoft is slashing the price of air-related games in the Xbox 360 Games Store by half as part of Xbox LIVE Deal of the Week.
Any Windows, Windows Phone, Xbox or SkyDrive users should take note of the new security features Microsoft is offering to users with a Microsoft account.
Viewers in need of some political intrigue to hold them over until House of Cards premieres have a special treat on its way. Netflix, purveyor of all documentaries interesting has announced that it will exclusively air a documentary that examines the behind the scenes action inside Mitt Romney’s campaign for president.
We weren’t very big fans of Halo: Spartan Assault, Vanguard Game’s more casual take on Microsoft’s venerable alien-shooting franchise, when it debuted earlier this year. We found the game’s touch controls to be a just a bit too finicky. Thankfully, we won’t have to live with our disappointment for the Windows 8 version of the game much longer. Microsoft says Halo Spartan Assault will launch on the Xbox One on December 24th.
The Favs, your ticket to entertainment enlightment and escape method for end of the weekend boredom.
Microsoft doesn’t have much to show for ID@Xbox, the program that will eventually allow small independent developers to create and publisher their own games in the Xbox One’s Store. That isn’t stopping the company from talking about the plans it has for the future though, and so far the list of developers seems impressive.
Just when you thought the onslaught of subscription music services was finally beginning to subside, comes Beats Music. At least, the company has confirmed that it will come at some point in the future
We hope that you weren’t already in the beginning stages of a plan to woo your significant other this coming Valentine’s Day. If so, we suggest you forget about what you had in mind and prepare for the return of Netflix’s House of Cards instead.
Hide the kids, the remote and your wallet folks. What follows is a mash up of the best pricing on Saints Row IV fans have seen yet. That’s great news, you say? Have you actually tried to play a Saints Row game with other people in the room?
There is a very good reason why users simply can’t walk into a store and readily pick up Sony’s PlayStation 4 gaming console at their leisure, at least we hope there is. Thanks to its launch in Europe and Latin America the PlayStation 4 has passed 2 million in sales.
Do you feel that chill in the air? How about that cold wind in your face? Rejoice, for today is the first Monday in December and from now until December 16th Xbox LIVE Gold users can pick up Gears of War absolutely free.
You don’t have to pull out that credit or debit card to get The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Eminem’s latest album. Xbox Music users can download the entire album free, as long as they own a device running one of the versions of Xbox Music that allows users to purchase content.
Users with investments in Xbox Store content have cause for dancing in the streets. Users who purchased content through Xbox 360, Xbox One, or Zune Software can now enjoy that content through the new Xbox Video area of Xbox.com