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Free-to-play creation suite Project Spark is now available in a $50 Year One Edition.
Having suggested several times that it was no longer enforcing its indie game release parity policy, Xbox boss Phil Spencer has more or less confirmed its demise.
The decision to make Rise of the Tomb Raider a timed Xbox One exclusive was a tough one, Square Enix has admitted, but one that it believes will bring long-term ...
Microsoft has one full year’s exclusivity on the upcoming Rise of the Tomb Raider.
Next week could see another big player join the ever-intensifying virtual reality fray.
PC-style keyboard and mouse support appears to be on the way to Xbox One.
Momentum appears to be building for the Xbox One.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has said that the early days of Hololens will not be focused on the handset’s gaming credentials.
Halo has sold more than 65m units as a franchise, Microsoft has announced.
A new promotional video designed to highlight Hololens’ educational credentials has given a more accurate glimpse of how using the headset works in practise.
Microsoft has announced it will be cutting up to 7,800 positions globally.
One of the key people behind the DDoS attacks on Xbox Live and PSN last December has escaped jail.
Guinness World Records has announced MineCon 2015 has broken the record for the “largest convention for a single videogame.”
Microsoft is to remove the Xbox branding from its music and video services.
Telltale has provided the first look at its episodic collaboration with Mojang, Minecraft: Story Mode.
Microsoft-owned studio Mojang has announced Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition for release later this year.
There would have been no Xbox One had Microsoft not greenlit the $1.15bn scheme to fix and replace broken Xbox 360s hit be the Red Ring of Death.
Microsoft is readying a new online portal for educators to implement hit sandbox game Minecraft as a classroom resource.
It probably wasn’t the explosive launch for HoloLens that Microsoft was hoping for.
Minecraft has sold more than 20m copies on Windows and Mac platforms, developer Mojang has announced.
Microsoft’s brutal third-person shooter had a big showing at E3 with two new games. MCV looks at the tie-in products set to raise cheers for Gears
Mojang is no longer developing content for its card-battle strategy game Scrolls, with the studio confirming plans to shut down servers in 2016.
One of the most impressive demonstrations at E3 took place during Xbox’s press conference, and centred
on its HoloLens augmented reality tech.
Klei Entertainment's hit survival game Don't Starve is in the works for Xbox One.