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Xbox One owners will soon be able to pre-order titles via the Xbox Live marketplace.
A Steam-style Early Access programme is a common request amongst ID@Xbox developers, the platform holder's Chris Charla has told Develop.
Microsoft is dangling an Xbox One shaped carrot in the face of a few select Xbox 360 owners.
There’s some money on offer for those who subscribed to Xbox Live to use services such as Netflix.
Recent changes to Xbox Live have not liberated Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls Online from its Xbox Live Gold requirement.
Winter is coming, although it seems that it won’t last beyond the weekend.
The Xbox 360 version of Mojang’s Minecraft is once again top of the UK Xbox Live charts.
Microsoft has outlined the punishments it has in store for players who exhibit disruptive behaviour on Xbox Live.
Punishing bad behaviour gets results. But basic psychology suggests that rewarding good behaviour will achieve more.
Titanfall’s US launch was last night disrupted after a short stint of Xbox Live downtime.
US Xbox 360 and Xbox One owners could soon see political advertisements appearing on the Xbox Live dashboard, according to a new report.
Activision is taking the unprecedented step of allowing free multiplayer Call of Duty access to those who don’t own the game.
Microsoft is reportedly looking to expand cross-platform functionality for its Xbox Live service onto iOS and Android platforms.
Epay regional director EMEA Jason Thompson talks us through the future of digital products on the High Street.
Microsoft is currently offering a host of significant discounts to digital Xbox 360 games.
The price of one of Xbox One’s leading exclusives is being significantly cut on Xbox Live.
The next chapter in the new season of The Walking Dead is likely to arrive sometime later in February.
Microsoft will soon share its plans for Games With Gold on Xbox One.
UPDATE: Marvel games will continue to be made available at retail stores, Activision says. Games like Deadpool can still be purchased on the High Street, but is no-longer available from ...
Capcom has confirmed that it is pulling two of its digital fighting games from PlayStation network and Xbox Live.
Microsoft has upped the price of its first party digital games for Xbox One.
Xbox Live Arcade and PSN title Skullgirls looks likely to be removed from sale in the near future.
America’s National Security Agency has been spying on users of Xbox Live and World of Warcraft, according to new documents.
Microsoft has confirmed that its Games With Gold scheme will indeed be coming to Xbox One.
The digital version of Grand Theft Auto V available on Xbox Live’s Games on Demand has broken records.