Entries in 'Microsoft' (1032)
Square Enix is no longer the publisher of Call of Duty in Japan.
Microsoft set somewhat of a trend when it broke the mold with its 2006 Gears of War trailer, and now that classic has been revisited for the game’s re-release.
Agreeing to Windows 10’s End User Licence Agreement gives the software the right to automatically disable pirated games from a user’s computer or phone.
Microsoft’s Steven Spielberg-produced Halo television series is reportedly still in the works.
Sony’s new marketing tie-up with Activision’s Call of Duty will extend to the eSports arena.
The highly impressive 100% destructible world of Microsoft’s Xbox One exclusive Crackdown 3 will be limited to the game’s online multiplayer mode.
Train Simulator firm Dovetail Games has announced a deal with Microsoft to bring some of its future games to Xbox One and Windows 10.
The new DVR functionality for Xbox One comes with a major caveat – it will only work with consoles fitted out with an external hard drive.
Microsoft’s cloud-powered destructible environments in Crackdown could be the next big next-gen evolution if they deliver on the pitch shown in this live demonstration.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer has rejected any notion that PS4 is home to more third party titles than Xbox One due to its superior market share.
Microsoft has teamed up with Seagate to offer a hard drive specifically designed for either the Xbox One or Xbox 360.
Here’s an interesting observation – Xbox One owners can as of this week play more N64 games on their system than Wii U owners.
Forza Motorsport 6 will be the biggest and most realistic entry in the series yet, says Turn 10 Studios content director John Wendl.
Microsoft has revealed one of the more luxurious special editions of recent times.
Microsoft closed its Gamescom 2015 conference with a good old fashioned ‘one more thing’, this year, although it wasn’t what the preamble had led many to believe.
Tomb Raider sequel Rise of the Tomb Raider is coming to Xbox One this mid-November.
Xbox is finally making a serious move into the eSports sector, it seems.
Just as it did at E3, Microsoft has used its Gamescom platform to show off some brand new footage of Dark Souls 3.
Homefront: The Revolution is still alive and kicking, and looks to be set for release next year.
Minecraft creator Mojang's new game will be a console exclusive on Xbox One.
We Happy few is a brand new indie horror game coming to Xbox One.
Microsoft has announced that hit PC title Cities Skylines is coming to consoles – and it will be on Xbox One before other platforms.
Castlevania spiritual successor Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night will be available to cross-play on both Xbox One and Windows 10.
Xbox One’s backwards compatibility with Xbox 360 games will be rolled out to all users in November.
Xbox One is to receive full DVR functionality for HD TV in Europe.