It’s not easy to determine how many Xbox One users sat around in front of their television asking why they couldn’t see last night’s episode of Love & Hip-Hop: Hollywood without resorting to switching to their television app or changing to their television’s cable input — well, maybe there is. Be that as it may, watching Ray J get assaulted by his ex-girlfriend is about to get much easier on Microsoft’s entertainment console. Earlier today, the company revealed VH1 for Xbox One, a new app that’ll make streaming VH1 shows oh so easy.
In order to accommodate the new Batmobile the game environment Xbox One owners will get to play around in when Batman: Arkham Knight eventually arrives will be 5 times larger than what they got to experience in previous games in the series.
We’ve heard Microsoft talking a good game about all of its platforms running the same operating system, but the company had yet to share any information about how it planned to deliver. All of that changed early this afternoon when it revealed Windows 10, a new operating system that’ll run on everything from tablets, to smartphones and — most impressively — the Xbox One.
Late last month Netflix for the Xbox One received an update that brought it inline with the design of other Netflix apps, but totally gutted the Kinect enabled functionality that was available to Xbox One users. An update to the Netflix for Xbox One app is now rolling out that restores Kinect functionality — mostly.
It’s probably pretty obvious that your franchise is on thin ice when members of the team making it are confirming that it’ll work as expected on launch. That’s exactly the situation video game developer Visceral finds itself in as it prepares to launch Battlefield Hardline.
If you’re one of the millions who followed along as Microsoft showcased some of the new games coming to the Xbox One over the next year during its E3 2014 briefing than you already know about ScreamRide. When the company showed the game at its event, it was hard not to think of the game as simply theme park maker on rails for a gaming console. As a new video about ScreamRide shows us now, that’s actually the entirety of what the game is, it seems.
Xbox Music and Xbox Video on Windows are getting some new updates this morning.
We aren’t the biggest fans of True Blood you can find, but even thanks to the Justin Timberlake song of the same name we’re inclined to think that when there’s a sale on it everyone will want to get in on the action. Thanks to Xbox Video, anyone with a web browser, Windows device, Windows Phone smartphone, Xbox One and Xbox 360 can pick up entire seasons of True Blood for as little as $27.99.
Respawn Entertainment, the developers who are responsible for giving us the blockbuster shooter that is Titanfall on the Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC, is preparing to finish the game’s run. Earlier today, Respawn announced that the IMC Rising DLC pack for Titanfall will add the game’s final set of maps beginning tomorrow.
Remember The Cosby Show opening credits? They were awesome.