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Xbox One update introduces improved game demo support

Xbox One’s latest update adds the ability to download a title’s demo and subsequently unlock the full version of the game from the same file. In an interview with Eurogamer, Microsoft’s ID@Xbox head Chris Charla stated the feature arrived as part of the console’s latest update – adding that he …

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XBOX: Limbo dev’s Inside leads Xbox One 2015 indie line-up

The next game from Limbo developers Playdead is leading Microsoft’s 2015 line-up. It’s called Inside and is a stylish side-scrolling puzzle platformer, that looks to take place amidst some sort of oppressive society. It will be released first on Xbox One and will arrive early next year. Also on the …

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Microsoft unlikely to budge on ID@Xbox launch parity requirement

While Microsoft is enjoying great success with its renewed Xbox One indie focus, the chances of its parity policy being rescinded look slim. Although there have been examples of flexibility, Microsoft still requires that indie games published on Xbox Live release at the same time or before they launch on …

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Microsoft: ID@Xbox parity clause enforcement to be decided case-by-case

Microsoft has commented on the controversial parity clause that would force ID@Xbox partners to either launch their titles on Xbox One first, or simultaneously with any other formats. In a statement issued to Edge, a Microsoft representative addressed the clause – explaining that its enforcement would be determined on a …

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Microsoft unveils 65 new ID@Xbox developers

Microsoft has revealed it has signed on several dozen new developers for Xbox One ID@Xbox program. In a post on Xbox Wire, the company’s ID@Xbox director Chris Charla listed 65 new studios that have signed on to develop games for Xbox One through Microsoft’s self-publishing initiative. New partners include Castle …

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