Microsoft is marking down the biggest game in wrestling in the Xbox Live Deal of the Week for April 1st. Yep, we’re talking discounted pile drivers and body slams in WWE 2K14.
Browsing for television shows and scheduling a show to record is about to get a lot easier for Xbox One owners in Europe, United States and Canada.
Netflix users don’t have to head to turn their television set to catch any of Lindsay Lohan’s antics. Well, at least not any of the scripted ones. They can watch Ms. Lohan in Mean Girls on Netflix.
Phil Spencer, a game maker who previously spent his time managing Microsoft-made titles for the Xbox One and Xbox 360, will lead the combined software team in charge of the Xbox.
Microsoft itself announced the changes today, noting that Spencer
The crime mystery series is a time-honored event in modern entertainment. To be clear, I’m not talking about the ridiculous stuff NBC supplies Americans with every week on Law and Order. No, only the British can do a detective show well and above all of those they’ve produced stands one Briton with a heart of gold and a hot red temper. He’s Endeavor Morse and only on Inspector Morse will you find both mysteries that’ll keep you puzzled until the end and characters that’ll make you want to move to the British isles with haste.
When Rocksteady Studios announced its plans to bring a new and final installment of it’s Batman: Arkham series of games to players this year expectations for the game were high. After all, this wasn’t some second-tier game developer peddling a licensed property. Batman: Arkham Asylum didn’t just redefine a super hero game, it practically resurrected the genre. So what can people expect from Batman: Arkham Knight? Judging by a profile published today, we’d say players can expect there to be a lot of new abilities for them to take down bad guys with.
Da Vinci’s Demons, a show that chronicles Leonardo Da Vinci’s trials and tribulations — because even unrivaled geniuses are people too — is now available for just $7.99 in the Xbox Video Store.
MLB TV,Encore Play and MoviePlex Play are coming to Xbox Live by the end of the day. At least, depending on which Xbox Live enabled console you have in your home.