Thinking about picking up a Xbox One soon? Microsoft has announced a price drop for the Xbox One S. Advertisements
Spring is here and it not only marks a return of fresh flowers and warm weather, but major Xbox savings.
After rampant speculation since E3 2016, Microsoft finally lifted the technical curtain on their anticipated new console; Project Scorpio. Packing an unprecedented level of power, the newest addition to the Xbox family will easily out-muscle its competition upon its release later this year. Eurogamer’s Oli Welsh put it nicely in his “Scorpio made simple” rundown … Continue reading Project Scorpio: Microsoft’s uninspired power play
2017 has already proven to be a big year for new hardware with the successful launch of the NIntendo Switch. However, Nintendo isn’t the only one releasing a new console this year, as Microsoft is expected to launch Project Scorpio later this holiday season, with the unveiling of the system happening this Thursday.
Microsoft announced this morning that coming this spring they will be offering a service called Game Pass.
October is here and the holiday most associated with the month is of course Halloween. Tough luck Columbus Day. It’s a month where people look forward to being scared. Whether it be at a cineplex or a haunted house, October for many comes with thrills and chills. Yet, no game company wants to look at … Continue reading 3 Possible Halloween Horrors for Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft
Remember last week when we thought NES emulator NESBox was coming to Xbox One? Well Microsoft has crushed this dream — kinda.
The white Xbox One S 2TB has sold out — and Microsoft has decided it won’t be making anymore.
In simpler terms: that’s 21 Nutter Butter 12 packs.
For the past few years, Microsoft had very strong showings during E3. No more are the forced Kinect and the weird TV fixations. Now, it’s all about games, games, games. This year is no different. Unless said otherwise, all games that was shown during the conference is Xbox One/Windows 10 Exclusive.