Entries in 'Xbox' (115)
2016 will be viewed as a tipping point for Xbox One.
Sony’s new powerful Pro console is in stores and has helped PS4 console sales triple in the UK.
Microsoft was ready to announce and release a streaming Xbox device intended to launch shortly after E3.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has said that gamers should not expect a new Xbox machine every few years.
Microsoft has revealed that integrated streaming to its new Beam service and advanced eSports options are coming to Xbox Live.
Microsoft's gaming revenue declined 5% in the first quarter of the 2017 financial year, with the company blaming lower console revenue.
Head of Xbox Phil Spencer has said that backwards compatibility for original Xbox games has not been ruled out.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has said that he believes in some instances consumer sites give games low review scores to try and generate traffic.
YouTube specialists Yogscast will manage and produce Xbox’s official UK channel – Xbox On.
Aaron Greenberg, head of Xbox Games Marketing, talks new hardware, FIFA 17, eSports and Pokémon Go.
Xbox is ‘really optimistic’ about the future of UK games development, despite the recent Brexit result.
The 2TB version of the new Xbox One S has already completely sold out in the UK, boosting sales of the console by more than 75 per cent last week.
Are people holding out for the release of the Xbox One S and Xbox Scorpio? Quite possibly.
Last year, Microsoft said that it aimed to have Windows 10 on 1bn devices by 2018 – now the firm has tempered its expectations for the operating system.
Microsoft’s claim that all of its future first-party line-up would be part of its Xbox Play Anywhere appears to not be entirely correct.
Microsoft has revealed that Xbox users will soon have the option to have their avatars use a wheelchair.
E3, as has become custom, is almost more about what wasn’t shown than what was.
Microsoft's premium, pricey and customisable Xbox One Elite gamepad appears to be doing well for itself.
Microsoft has explained its decision to reveal just a handful of games at last month’s E3 games show.
When Microsoft said it was taking gaming seriously with Windows 10, we weren’t the only ones that didn’t believe it.
It may not have a VR headset, but Xbox told MCV that the technology is not far from its thoughts.
Research from social media analysis firms Synthesio and ListenFirst has revealed which games publishers were most talked-about at this year’s E3.
Do you remember when EA ‘wasn’t at E3’?
Microsoft’s E3 press event is taking place at its usual 9:30am PST slot in America (5:30pm for those of us in the UK).
Another big E3 reveal has slipped out before the show officially begins.