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Microsoft has laid out its cinema, TV and radio campaign for its new kids game – Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure.
Established Xbox rumour-monger ‘MS Nerd’ has claimed Microsoft will reveal a new Xbox Lite console at E3 in June.
Days before walking away from both Microsoft and his own studio Lionhead last week, Peter Molyneux admitted that the public were too quick to judge Microsoft’s Xbox 360 Kinect technology.
The upcoming Limited Edition Star Wars themed Xbox 360 hardware SKU will not be stocked at GAME, MCV can reveal.
GAME is urging UK consumers to vote for their favourite game of 2011 before March 13th by giving away a Star Wars Xbox.
The Kinect version of Halfbrick's popular game Fruit Ninja has been downloaded 1 million times via Xbox Live Arcade.
Microsoft is bringing a white version of its Xbox 360 S to the UK.
Researchers at the Baylor College of Medicine have released a report on the impact of active video games on healthy children's physical activity.
Microsoft has confirmed news revealed by MCV last month that Kinect Star Wars will be released in April.
With a release potentially just a few short weeks away, Microsoft has released a new trailer for Kinect Star Wars.
The new Argos catalogue released this weekend has dated Kinect Star Wars for April in the UK.
Deep breath – London 2012: The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games has been officially announced by Sega.
Tim Schafer's development studio will release Happy Action Theatre for Xbox Live Arcade next month.
Ubisoft has pushed back Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Future Soldier on consoles by two months to May 25th.
Microsoft has confirmed that the functionality changes made to the upcoming PC version of Kinect won’t be available for the Xbox 360 model.
At CES in Las Vegas, Steve Ballmer's keynote speech finally revealed a concrete global sales number for Kinect - 18m units.
Microsoft has announced a brand new Kinect-only game featuring many of Disney Pixar’s most popular IPs.
Apps for the Xbox 360 and future consoles will require Kinect support, according to reports.
Microsoft announced that the Xbox update which will enable voice commands as well as TV App functionality is available today.
In celebration of its first birthday in Japan, Famitsu has published firm Japanese sales data for Xbox 360 motion camera Kinect.
Microsoft’s second generation of Kinect hardware is so accurate that it is able to read the lips and interpret the facial emotions of users.