Entries in 'Xbox' (231)
Australian Halo fans will get to see the first 15 minutes of the next entry in the sci-fi series the day before the game’s launch. But there’s a catch...
Halo 5: Guardians won’t suffer the same troubled launch as its predecessor, Halo: The Master Chief Collection.
Alan Wake was such a frustrating game.
Xbox 360 titles may not be the end of Microsoft’s backwards compatibility ambitions for Xbox One.
Microsoft won’t use the word ‘relaunch’ but that’s essentially what it has done with Xbox One.
Backwards-compatible Xbox 360 titles could be added to EA Access in the future, the publisher has said.
Train Simulator firm Dovetail Games has announced a deal with Microsoft to bring some of its future games to Xbox One and Windows 10.
Xbox boasts that it has a game to suit every European territory.
Tomb Raider sequel Rise of the Tomb Raider is coming to Xbox One this mid-November.
Xbox is finally making a serious move into the eSports sector, it seems.
Homefront: The Revolution is still alive and kicking, and looks to be set for release next year.
We Happy few is a brand new indie horror game coming to Xbox One.
Castlevania spiritual successor Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night will be available to cross-play on both Xbox One and Windows 10.
Platinum Games has revealed that its upcoming title Scalebound will allow up to four players to team up in a new multiplayer mode.
Microsoft will kick off Gamescom 2015 this afternoon, and you can watch the whole event right here.
Entering 2014 on the back foot, Xbox One fought passionately to pull itself back into the race against PS4.
MCV takes a look at the best accessories heading to UK retail. This week, AMD shows off its latest fast and furious graphics card and Microsoft up its performance with ...
Microsoft’s brutal third-person shooter had a big showing at E3 with two new games. MCV looks at the tie-in products set to raise cheers for Gears
The man sitting next to us fell to his knees.
Microsoft has ramped up in its battle to convince Xbox 360 gamers not to defect to PlayStation.
If YouTube viewer numbers are the barometer of E3 excitement, then it’s Final Fantasy VII that has stolen the show.
Prior to its E3 conference, Microsoft promised ‘the best Xbox line-up in history’, and it’s hard to argue that the firm failed to deliver.
You know what we thought about Microsoft’s 2015 E3 press conference (spoiler: It was good), but what about the rest of the games industry?
Gears of War is getting somewhat of a rebrand for its latest instalment.