Entries in 'Xbox One' (481)
Consumers can now use their Xbox One gamepad with their Windows 7 and 8.1.
Cloud computing, streaming, smartphones – there are all sorts of tools one could use to form an argument that this generation of consoles will be the last.
The fourth episode of Minecraft: Story Mode is set to launch later this month, Telltale has revealed.
Steam Early Access darling Ark: Survival Evolved is making its move to Xbox One next week.
Update: The patch is out now for PS4, no word on an Xbox One release as of yet.
Dark Souls III will launch in Europe and North America on April 12th, Bandai Namco has revealed.
Microsoft has said, without revealing any sales numbers, that Black Friday week was a record one for Xbox.
Following rumours and speculation, Psyonix has confirmed that its chaotic car-football title is coming to Xbox One.
Listings for PS4 and Xbox One editions of Dirt: Rally have popped up on Taiwan's rating board.
315,000 games consoles were sold during the Black Friday week.
The second chapter of The Odd Gentlemen's King's Quest revival is set to release later this month across all platforms, publisher Sierra has announced.
Psyonix’s car-football hit Rocket League appears to be on its way to Xbox One.
Infoscout has released its list of most popular Black Friday games in terms of revenue, with Call of Duty: Black Ops III coming out on top.
Generation Media account executive Joseph Phelan takes a look at which games are pulling ahead in the race for Q4 TV advertising presence
Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo are going all-out in their approach to this year’s Black Friday.
It looks like PS4 is ruling the roost when it comes to EA’s new shooter Star Wars Battlefront.
Blizzard has settled a trademark dispute with Innovis Labs over the use of the Overwatch name.
Xbox One appears to be on the cusp of welcoming two big PC titles into its ranks.
The producer of Street Fighter V has urged fans of the series who own an Xbox One to start saving for a PS4.
Microsoft has announced the addition of button mapping support to standard Xbox One controllers.
Xbox One is now backwardly compatible with some Xbox 360 titles, and Microsoft is doing all it can to make the most of the positive PR.
For all the criticism the Xbox One has received, it is evident that Microsoft is willing to listen to the fans and change its hardware to reflect what players want.
Microsoft’s first-party controller revenue has shot up by two-thirds during 2015, according to GfK Chart-Track.
The long-awaited arrival of the Master Chief on Xbox One has helped the console achieve a rare monthly win in the US.
DLC for backwardly compatible Xbox 360 games will work on Xbox One, but a tiny hoop must be jumped through.