Microsoft announced five new studios at E3, and the Xbox team wants to invest even more.
Consumers can get an Xbox One, Xbox Game Pass, and Xbox Live membership at a discounted monthly rate for no upfront cost. Yes, the deal is that good.
One monthly fee would give you an Xbox One, Game Pass, and Xbox Live... but the numbers aren't adding up. (Yet.)
The subscription program may impact how developers make games and how consumers discover them.
The new Xbox Game Pass app allows subscribers to sort out their games libraries, jetting it ahead of the likes of Sony and Steam.
Great design doesn't happen in a vacuum and Microsoft engaged with its community of gamers to not only help build the Adaptive Controller, but its packaging as well.
This might be the last traditional console generation for Microsoft.
Xbox Live membership is up. Revenue is up. But with hardware sales still lagging (and limited first-party games on the platform), this isn't a time for Microsoft to rest on its laurels.
Things have changed for Compulsion Games over the last couple of years. What they had intended 'We Happy Few' to be is a far cry from what it evolved into. (And that's a good thing.) Alex Epstein sat down with GameDaily to explain why.
This week's 'The Buzz' is all about folks weighing in on Xbox and Nintendo opting out of the console wars and Sony deciding to go it alone.