Tag Archives: xbox

World War Z game: Release Date News for PS4, Xbox, PC game based on zombie book and film

World War Z game: Release Date News for PS4, Xbox, PC game based on zombie book and film DS In the latest gameplay trailer, Saber showed how World War Z will harness the power of Saber’s Swarm Engine. This trailer shows off exactly how different the undead from World War Z will be from other zombie characters. The mesmerising footage ... Read More »

Shadow of The Tomb Raider Trailer Leaked, Possible Gameplay Demo at Xbox E3 2018

HIGHLIGHTS Shadow of the Tomb Raider gameplay may be revealed at E3 2018 A CG trailer for the game has been leaked It appears to have a darker tone compared to past entries After several Shadow of the Tomb Raider editions were leaked earlier in the day, the official Xbox website has a trailer for Shadow of the Tomb Raider right now, hours before ... Read More »

Microsoft Store Black Friday 2017 Ad Deals: All Xbox One And PC Game Sales

The Microsoft Store may not be the first retailer that comes to mind when thinking about Black Friday deals, but Microsoft’s retail branch does frequently have some worthwhile offers. This year is no exception, as the store–like many others–has released its Black Friday ad in advance of the big shopping day. As you’d expect, you won’t find any PS4 or Nintendo Switch discounts here, but those in the ... Read More »

Minecraft Beta on Xbox One Confirmed to Support Mouse and Keyboard

HIGHLIGHTS Minecraft upgraded beta version supports cross-platform play Game developer has confirmed the support for accessories It is unclear if the full version will also carry over the support Minecraft is one of the most popular games around the globe and there is a vast majority of players who prefer to play the game using mouse and keyboard on their PCs. ... Read More »

Minecraft Beta on Xbox One Confirmed to Support Mouse and Keyboard

HIGHLIGHTS Minecraft upgraded beta version supports cross-platform play Game developer has confirmed the support for accessories It is unclear if the full version will also carry over the support Minecraft is one of the most popular games around the globe and there is a vast majority of players who prefer to play the game using mouse and keyboard on their PCs. ... Read More »

Kids can learn to code Xbox and PC games at Microsoft stores

There are a ton of initiatives to help kids (and adults) learn to code these days. Google has lessons for teens to code animates scenes starring Wonder Woman, Apple has the kid-friendly Swift Playgrounds and a partnership with Tynker, and even Facebook has a program that suggests learning gadgets and other resources to help encourage the next generation of coders. Microsoft has now launched a series of ... Read More »

Gears of War 4 adds multiplayer crossplay for Windows 10, Xbox One gamers

Microsoft’s ambitious Play Anywhere initiative, which lets PC and Xbox gamers game together, made unexpected strides on Friday, when it was announced that Gears of War 4’s crossplay will expand beyond cooperative mode to include multiplayer competition. The feature, however, will be limited to Social Quickplay, rather than competitive ranked matches, Microsoft said. So your dreams of a “Super Bowl” ... Read More »

Deal: Buy Xbox One or Xbox One S and get a free gift

If you are in the US, and are in the market for a new gaming console, here’s a deal for you: if you purchase an Xbox One or One S unit, you’ll get a free gift with your console. The gift varies based on the retailer you’re making the purchase from. For example, if you buy from Best Buy, Amazon ... Read More »

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A new update currently rolling out to Microsoft’s Xbox One game console can speed up downloads of games and other content by as much as 80 percent, Microsoft said. Virtually everyone will benefit from the new update. Users who have broadband connections slower than 100Mbps should see their download speeds increase by up to 40 percent, as a result of Microsoft’s ... Read More »

Xbox One S controller review: New features and custom colors make for a great successor

My $80 powder-blue-and-orange Xbox Design Lab controller arrived recently, and I’ve fallen in love with its look. Maybe you’re not so easily swayed. Maybe you hate it. That’s fine. More than fine, actually—that’s kind of the whole point. Last year Microsoft released the $150 high-end Elite controller for a segment of the market traditionally supported by third parties and aftermarket parts dealers. That ... Read More »