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Filings at the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) hint at the existence of a new kind of Xbox One.
The Xbox One version of Quantum Break was the best-selling game in the UK last week.
It might not be game over for Lionhead's Fable Legends after all.
Remedy has repeated its comedy anti-piracy measure from Alan Wake in recent PC release Quantum Break.
As Kotaku puts it, what a perfect sign of the times.
What appears to be a mention of a new Xbox console has appeared on a designer’s profile.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has poured cold water on talk of a mid-generation upgrade for the Xbox One.
The creative director of Quantum Break says gamer anger over console exclusives leaves him baffled.
A major feature of the Xbox One touted before the console’s launch in 2013 has come to fruition.
Last week was a triumphant GDC for Sony.
For all the challenges Microsoft has faced in the story of Xbox One, there’s no denying that the tech giant has been open to change.
Microsoft has apologised for its use of female dancers dressed as school girls at a GDC party last week.
Gamers may in the future be able to sell their digital Xbox purchases back to Microsoft.
Microsoft has enlisted the help of ESL to produce a standardised tournament system for Xbox Live games.
PlayStation-Xbox cross-platform multiplayer may be closer to becoming a reality.
Ubisoft is the latest publisher to head to Guildford to offer work to Lionhead staff.
London developer Splash Damage is once again back in the Gears of War fold, developer The Coalition has confirmed.
One of the features lost in Microsoft’s big Xbox One u-turn in 2013 could yet be revisited.
Well isn’t Microsoft just full of surprises.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has admitted that the number of Xbox titles making their way to PC may reduce the need for some corners of the market to buy into ...
PlayStation is holding a job fair for Lionhead employees on Monday.
Phil Spencer’s repetitive insistence that Xbox remains ‘committed to first party’ seems to be falling on deaf ears.
The developer of the next Gears of War has not ruled out a release for the game on PC.
Having distanced himself from comments made about the further merging of Xbox and PC, Phil Spencer has now watered down his stance about possible console hardware upgrading.