Entries in 'xbox 360' (281)
PlayStation dominated a decent month for UK games retail in June.
Microsoft has announced a major restructure of its business that sees Julie Larson-Green head up Xbox hardware and studios.
Microsoft is revamping its Xbox Live Rewards scheme to prepare for the conversion from Microsoft Points to real money.
Microsoft has promised that the elevated prices revealed by the new Xbox Live update are incorrect and will be adjusted when the marketplace drops points for real currency.
Square Enix has revealed the reason why Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn isn’t coming to Xbox 360 is because Microsoft won’t let its users play with those on other ...
Microsoft has revealed launch date and pricing info for Xbox Live Arcade’s annual Summer of Arcade promo.
Xbox Live Arcade may not be around much longer, so Major Nelson has announced the line-up of what is perhaps the last annual Summer of Arcade.
The visual fidelity of tablet and mobile gaming is going to increase far more rapidly than is being seen in the traditional games space.
Rockstar Games' upcoming blockbuster GTA V will ship on two discs for Xbox 360, and will take up a hefty 8GB on your hard drive.
Xbox president Don Mattrick is about to leave Microsoft, according to internet reports.
Microsoft’s Games with Gold program has kicked off with the first free title being offered to Xbox Gold Live members.
Xbox hates retail, right?
For the third week in a row, State of Decay is the best selling Xbox Live Arcade game in the UK.
Developers no longer have to pay to patch their games on Xbox 360.
Xbox 360 is this generation's best-selling home games console in the UK, says GfK Chart-Track.
Free-to-play specialist Wargaming is delighted to be moving to Xbox – although it’s having to bite its tongue in the process.
The retail version of Minecraft was the best-selling Xbox 360 game in its launch window, according to the game’s creator Markus ‘Notch’ Persson.
If the latest web rumours are true, Microsoft is poised to announce a revised agenda for second-hand games and online check-in.
Microsoft last week announced a new-look redesigned Xbox 360 that we were told was available straight away.
The Xbox 360’s iron grip on the North American market has finally been released.
"We have a product for people who aren't able to get some form of connectivity, it's called Xbox 360"
The public reaction to Xbox One’s online requirements is not realistic, Microsoft’s interactive entertainment business boss Don Mattrick has argued.
Yet another game has decided to free itself of the sheckles of Wii U exclusivity.
The long-lamented Microsoft Points system will be retired as part of Xbox 360’s autumn update.
The new-look Xbox 360 will retail for the same price as the current machine.