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Microsoft’s lengthy certification process for Xbox Live updates does not sit well with free-to-play, the CEO of Wargaming has said.
Microsoft is offering a year’s free membership to Xbox Live Gold to those who subscribe to its Office 365 subscription plan.
A surge in Xbox Live revenue has helped Microsoft’s Entertainment and Devices division to a profitable Q4 and full year for its fiscal 2013.
Xbox One users will be able to simultaneously download content whilst playing games.
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.
Xbox 360 owners that are currently beta testing the next dashboard update have reported that download games will be more expensive when the console abandons Microsoft Points.
Microsoft has revealed launch date and pricing info for Xbox Live Arcade’s annual Summer of Arcade promo.
Advertising has been a central element in the design process behind not only the Xbox One but also the Kinect 2.0 camera, Microsoft has said.
Microsoft realises it can’t stop people being dicks. But it can protect everyone else from their insidious influence.
Microsoft’s Games with Gold program has kicked off with the first free title being offered to Xbox Gold Live members.
Developers no longer have to pay to patch their games on Xbox 360.
Free-to-play specialist Wargaming is delighted to be moving to Xbox – although it’s having to bite its tongue in the process.
Smash hit Xbox Live Arcade hit State of Decay has passed a new sales milestone.
Some might say that losing your game collection for being racist and homophobic on Xbox Live is actually a good thing.
Sales of 250,000 in its first two days have seen zombie romp State of Decay become the second fastest selling Xbox Live Arcade title ever.