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Head of Xbox Phil Spencer has said that backwards compatibility for original Xbox games has not been ruled out.
PlayStation VR users have discovered that you can play Xbox One and Wii U games while using the headset.
The Xbox One has sold more units in the United States than the PS4 for the third month in a row.
Sony’s PlayStation 4 has returned to the top of the weekly UK hardware race following a number of cut-price bundles.
With the PS4 Pro almost in our hands all eyes are turning to Microsoft and Project Scorpio for the next major piece of hardware, and more specifically how much it ...
Amazon's UK games boss Russell Jones has said that the industry needs to work hard to upgrade PS3 and Xbox 360 gamers to Sony and Microsoft’s new machines.
Xbox has stormed the UK console market following the launch of new Xbox One S models.
It’s starting to look as if Xbox One has an emulator problem.
Could another Christmas hardware price war be in the offing?
Just recently we’ve seen retailers selling consoles before they are announced, but how about the idea of a platform holder shipping one directly to a customer ahead of its ...
Microsoft has unsurprisingly moved to block the release of a retro games emulator on the Xbox One.
The price and imminent release of Sony’s new high-spec PS4 could spell bad news for Xbox One, some analysts have predicted.
Analyst IHS has concluded that Xbox Live remains the best online console network on the market.
Xbox One owners may soon be able to play emulated versions of SNES, Mega Drive, Game Boy, GBA and NES games.
Has Xbox One finally turned the tide against PS4 in the North American market?
That PS4 Pro costs only £350 and is out this year is certainly a surprise. That Xbox Scorpio will be so much more powerful is equally so.
Daybreak has announced that the arrival of zombie hit H1Z1: King of the Kill on consoles will now be later than originally planned.
Aaron Greenberg, head of Xbox Games Marketing, talks new hardware, FIFA 17, eSports and Pokémon Go.
Microsoft’s decision to bring Xbox exclusives to PC does not diminish the role of Xbox.
For the first time since October 2015, Xbox One has beat PS4 in the monthly US sales race.
PlayStation-exclusive content that had been expected to arrive on Xbox One this autumn will now not hit the console until autumn 2017 at the earliest.
Indie title Below is now without a release date.
Next year’s arrival of Xbox Scorpio won’t quite be the level playing field some had hoped for, at least when it comes to VR.
Despite previous suggestions that future No Man’s Sky updates would be free, Hello Games has hinted at a possible change in plans.
The 2TB version of the new Xbox One S has already completely sold out in the UK, boosting sales of the console by more than 75 per cent last week.