Entries in 'Xbox One' (618)
Minecraft creator Markus 'Notch' Persson has endorsed Microsoft's recently announced plan to make every Xbox One work as a dev kit.
The US Official Microsoft Store has revealed the pre-order prices for the first Xbox One accessories.
Players of Battlefield 4 may be offered the chance to carry over their stats and progress from the current-gen to the next.
Self-publishing games on Xbox 360 –and subsequently XBLA – will soon be a reality, at least according to one developer who claims to have heard the info directly from Microsoft.
It would possibly be the biggest U-turn of all, but chances of a Kinect-free Xbox One release have been dismissed by Microsoft.
One notable indie dev has urged caution to those welcoming Microsoft’s decision to allow self-publishing on Xbox One.
Developers will be allowed to self-publish on Xbox One and every hardware unit sold at retail can be used to develop games, Microsoft has confirmed.
EA has announced that those who buy into the current-gen FIFA 14 launch in September will not lose their Ultimate Team progress if they go next-gen.
Microsoft could win the first round of the next-gen battle through raw numbers, one analyst has claimed.
Ubisoft has released an extremely exciting 13-minute gameplay video for Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.
Both the Xbox One and PS4 are likely to be in short supply upon their release later this year, one US analyst has predicted.
Any attempt by the US government to use Xbox One’s Kinect camera to spy on the public would be resisted.
Oddworld creator Lorne Lanning has sounded off on Microsoft’s apparent complete obliviousness to the growing indie games market, stating that the company isn’t even acknowledging independent developers like himself on ...
Xbox One owners will not need to be connected to the internet to get Forza 5 working upon its initial install.
The reaction to the Xbox One reveal and its original digital-led vision proves how little consumers understand about what they’re entitled to when buying download games, says a leading expert.
Forget Xbox One and PS4, as EA pledges to keep investing in current generation FIFA.
Capcom Vancouver moved Dead Rising 3 from Xbox 360 to Xbox One, after it was determined the game had pushed Microsoft’s current hardware to the limit.
Microsoft has said that pre-orders for the Xbox One are “trending ahead” of those enjoyed by the Xbox 360 at the same stage in its pre-release cycle.
Although there are indications that there’s a decent appetite for Xbox One and PS4 in the West, the same can’t necessarily be said of Japan.
Ubisoft's development legend Michel Ancel has said that only the next-generation consoles could handle his ideas for Beyond Good & Evil 2.
He built arcade classic Marble Madness. He produced Sonic 2. He brought Crash and Spyro to market. Oh, and his PS4 design reignited passions for Sony. MCV meets Mark Cerny ...
Dead or Alive and Ninja Gaiden creator Tomonobu Itagaki believes consoles must be more innovative to survive as the industry continues its expansion and diversification.
Microsoft has insisted it does not share customer data with governments, but the US government is preventing the platform holder from proving it.
Xbox One users will be able to simultaneously download content whilst playing games.
Bethesda's New Order: Pete Hines on Elder Scrolls, The Evil Within, Wolfenstein and the next generation
When Xbox 360 and PS3 launched Bethesda had a single development studio. Now it has seven, all working on next-generation video games.