Entries in 'xbox live' (327)
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.
Microsoft has posted its first quarter financial results, reporting record revenue numbers for the period.
Xbox 360 owners are now able to buy a digital version of Grand Theft Auto V via Xbox Live.
The once limited-time Games With Gold offer on Xbox 360 is to remain a permanent feature.
Gamers will soon be able to convert all their loose change into Xbox Live credit in the US.
The NPD Group has released its 2013 Online Gaming Report, which finds that nearly 50 per cent more console gamers use the Xbox 360 for playing online than the PS3.
Non-paying members of Xbox Live will this weekend be able to access all the benefits normally reserved for paying Gold members.
Microsoft has revealed a new piece of fitness software that will be free for Xbox Live Gold members.
The Xbox One will not allow users to share their gameplay recordings on YouTube until some time next year.
Nearly half of all Xbox Live subscribers average an hour a day or more watching video content, Microsoft has revealed.
The ditching of Microsoft Points has led to a re-launch for Microsoft’s Xbox Live Rewards offer.
The Elder Scrolls Online should be available to all Xbox One owners, even if they don’t subscribe to Xbox Live.
As of today all purchases made on Xbox Live will be conducted in real currencies.
The Financial Times reports today that Microsoft has replaced the sci-fi dedicated channel Syfy as the backer of a rebooted Blake’s 7.
Microsoft is doing away with the Family Pack subscription for Xbox Live Gold, and plans to convert any family accounts to individual ones from the end of the month.
The ability to record and upload game footage on Xbox One will only be available to paying subscribers of Xbox Live.
Microsoft has revealed a number of new details about Xbox One, including a significant upgrade to avatars.
Microsoft has offered more details on its troll-avoiding Reputation system that will be used on Xbox One.
Microsoft has named the two games that will feature this month in Xbox 360’s Games With Gold offer.