Entries in 'xbox live' (341)
Dead Rising 2: Case Zero was the most successful Xbox Live launch in 2010.
Sega has revealed that it will release a brand new title in the iconic Sega Rally series in 2011.
Rumours are circulating that still mysterious console title I Am Alive has been relegated from a full retail console release and is now a digital-only product.
EA has uploaded demos of its key Q1 FPS games Crysis 2 and Bulletstorm to Xbox Live today.
Electronic Arts has started its own DLC sale on the Xbox Live Marketplace.
Microsoft and Activision are running a huge half-price sale on the latter’s Xbox Live content.
Microsoft has announced a raft of content that will be made available on Xbox Live over the Christmas holidays.
Owners of Kinect Sports and Kinect Joy Ride have been granted free access to new DLC packs.
Capcom has announced Dead Rising 2: Case West will be released later this month.
Microsoft is giving away two downloadable games as part of an advertising deal with crisps brand Doritos.
Microsoft has said that it currently has around 12.5m paying subscribers to Xbox Live. Subscriptions to the service currently cost £40 a year in the UK.
A sequel to Atari’s 2009 console hit Ghostbusters: The Video Game will skip retail altogether and instead be released on Xbox Live, PSN and PC.
Users of Xbox Live are now able to register for the Xbox Live Rewards program, a new scheme that offers to dish out real Microsoft Points for free.
The Vietnam add-on pack for EA’s popular Battlefield: Bad Company 2 shooter will go on sale next month.
Namco Bandai has announced a new line of digital-only revamped arcade games for Xbox 360 and PS3.
Microsoft has announced that Alan Wake will be available as a Games on Demand title in two weeks.
It seems that the possibility remains that BBC’s live TV and catch-up service iPlayer could yet make the move to Xbox Live.
We are yet to receive any firm sales numbers for Call of Duty: Black Ops from publisher Activision, but stats from Xbox Live suggests the game is well on track ...
Developer Harmonix has released the first DLC for Dance Central on Xbox Live ahead of the game’s arrival in the UK on Wednesday – the same day, of course, that ...
Microsoft has defended its decision to increase the cost of its online gaming service Xbox Live Gold.
The developer behind PC and console MMO Kingdom Under Fire II has confirmed that the game is unlikely to be released anytime in the near future.
Microsoft hopes that the Kinect motion camera will one day be as integral part of the average Xbox 360 owner’s user experience as Xbox Live has become today.
Microsoft has revealed a slight alteration to how it markets the two tiers of membership for Xbox Live.
Sega has confirmed two more titles that will be released as part of its revisiting of the Dreamcast back-catalogue on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network.