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Titanfall is the top selling title for Xbox One lifetime to date, according to Electronic Arts' Peter Moore.
Toylogic's free-to-play online multiplayer title Happy Wars is on its way to Xbox One, Microsoft announced this week during its E3 press briefing.
Day one of E3 2014 has been and gone and certainly gave everyone plenty to talk about.
A series of Forza Horizon 2 gameplay videos have been posted online.
From the moment Phil Spencer took to the stage and referenced his ‘friends’ over at Sony and Nintendo, you knew Xbox was playing the humble card.
Considering the pressure Microsoft faced to banish the demons of last year's show, the platform holder can probably consider this year's event a success.
Yet another multi-platform release will launch its add-content as a timed exclusive on Xbox One.
Crackdown 3 is official and coming to Xbox One.
Hideki Kamiya took to the stage to reveal Platinum Games' new IP Scalebound.
The next game from Limbo developers Playdead is leading Microsoft’s 2015 line-up.
It’s called Inside and is a stylish side-scrolling puzzle platformer, that looks to take place amidst some sort ...
The first ever gameplay demonstration of Assassin’s Creed: Unity has been shown off at Microsoft’s E3 2014 presentation.
iOS and Android hit Threes is getting an Xbox One release.
Bungie has been able to increase the resolution of Destiny on Xbox One thanks to the dropping of Kinect.
Microsoft has the honour of getting us underway at E3 2014 later today.
A year on from E3 2013 and perhaps the most surprising thing is that everything has panned out just as you might have expected.
A new Crackdown announcement will be made at Xbox's E3 Press Conference, it has been claimed
A coded message hidden in a new trailer has teased the release date for Fable Anniversary.
Owners of Kinect-less Xbox Ones will not enjoy a performance boost over those who choose to attach a camera to their machine.
Former Xbox One exclusive Dead Rising 3 will receive a Windows PC launch via Steam, Capcom has announced.
Regular readers of MCV magazine will notice a significant change from this week.
Xbox One users will soon be able to upload video clips to Vine.
UK QA firm Universally Speaking has been approved to join Microsoft’s Authorised Xbox Test Program.
UK developer Sumo Digital is heading up the Xbox 360 version of Forza Horizon 2.
Playground Games is not developing the Xbox 360 version of Forza Horizon 2.
Microsoft has announced a host of new World Cup functionality for Xbox One.