Entries in 'Xbox' (118)
Sony has re-taken the crown as the world’s most successful games console manufacturer.
Two of the biggest names in entertainment went head-to-head at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Regular readers of MCV magazine will notice a significant change from this week.
UK QA firm Universally Speaking has been approved to join Microsoft’s Authorised Xbox Test Program.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has dismissed any suggestion that he wants to sell off the Xbox business.
Bill Gates would support Microsoft’s long-rumoured decision to sell off the Xbox business, but does not expect such a thing to happen.
Microsoft has named two global advertising agencies after a three-month review.
With a decent line-up of exclusive games both already available and on the way, it’s perhaps no surprise, of course.
Phil Spencer has said that the virtual reality revolution may indeed finally be upon us.
Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox One will launch in China this September.
Microsoft CFO Amy Hood has told investors that there will be a "channel inventory drawdown for Xbox consoles".
A version of EA shooter Titanfall was at one stage proposed for PlayStation Vita.
The Xbox shop in London closes this month, MCV can reveal.
The bond between a fanboy and his or her console can chemically be compared to love.
It appears that the next Magic: The Gathering game will not be released on PlayStation.
Microsoft’s new Xbox boss thinks Xbox is the key to Microsoft’s reversal of its recent struggles.
Sci-fi drama Humans to debut on Channel 4 and Xbox next year.
Phil Spencer has spent 26 years working for Microsoft.
Microsoft veteran Phil Spencer will now lead a reorganised Xbox division.
Microsoft has revealed what its new Kinect for Windows looks like… and it looks exactly the same as the Xbox One version.
It really does look as if VR is going to be the next interactive tech battleground.
Xbox’s chief product officer Marc Whitten has left the company.
Titanfall is comfortably this week’s UK No.1, and boost Xbox One hardware sales by almost 100 per cent.
Mathew Horne and Jonathan Ross have just turned up to the Titanfall launch event in London.
Microsoft Game Studios boss Phil Spencer has said fanboys have an “unhealthy dislike” for rivals and should realise that all formats have their virtues.