Entries in 'Xbox' (146)
Former Xbox boss Don Mattrick could earn in the region of $50m from new employer Zynga.
PlayStation boss Andrew House says there was never any plan for PS4 to block second-hand games - and publishers weren't asking for it either.
The woman in charge of Windows is poised to lead up all Microsoft's hardware division – including Xbox.
Microsoft has designated Japan as a Tier 2 country for the launch of Xbox One, and promises that it won't be too far behind the US release.
Microsoft’s touch screen entertainment app, Xbox SmartGlass, has now been downloaded over 17 million times since its launch in October 2012.
We all hate laboriously typing in those 15-digit codes that publishers and platform holders insist on using, right?
Xbox has yet to say who will replace outgoing chief Don Mattrick - if, indeed anyone will take his soon-to-be-vacant role.
Xbox president Don Mattrick is about to leave Microsoft, according to internet reports.
Xbox hates retail, right?
Xbox 360 is this generation's best-selling home games console in the UK, says GfK Chart-Track.
Microsoft’s considerable investment in cloud computing will power a new breed of console games.
OPINION: Xbox One strategy revamp was logical - but it might only accelerate Mattrick's digital vision
One of the best bits of games industry scuttlebutt I have been told is about Xbox boss Don Mattrick.
If the latest web rumours are true, Microsoft is poised to announce a revised agenda for second-hand games and online check-in.
With the industry off in LA last week, GAME and Microsoft saw fit to quietly launch the UK’s first Xbox store.
Interactive entertainment research firm DFC has delivered a scathing verdict of Xbox One’s market chances in the wake of last weeks’ incredible events at E3.
My brother Ben loves Bungie.
Microsoft has provided a pretty robust set of answers today to questions about second hand games and online elements of Xbox One.
Xbox has tonight made a decisive move to calm the many questions asked about its new next-gen console Xbox One.
It may be behind one of the biggest game franchises of all time, but Bungie insists it still needs to prove itself.
All three platform holders are ready for what they hope will be their biggest and most important E3s to-date.