Imagine you own an Xbox One. Now imagine you have the attention span of a gnat. Microsoft's latest promotional video shows how the new user interface might help you deal with that deadly combination. Take a tour after the jump.
We've had a look at the console itself and some of its launch games, and we've even spent far too much time studying its controller, so why not take a peek inside the workings of the Xbox One friends list? See how it all works in the video after the jump.
The Xbox One controller may look like a slightly nicer Xbox 360 controller, but a new video showcases around 40 improvements, big and small, that make it better. From the d-pad to enhanced force feedback, see what's new as Major Nelson speaks with General Manager of Xbox accessories Zulfi Alam after the jump.
The titles for this year's Xbox Summer of Arcade now have a full schedule and pricing. Games include the remake of side-scrolling adventure Flashback and the new TMNT game, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, among others. Peep the schedule after the jump.
Well, no matter how you feel like taking this one, Microsoft listened to someone. Whether it was the fans, the actions of Sony, or the echoing slow grind of pre-orders, the company is pulling a reversal on some of its reviled Xbox One DRM restrictions, including the 24-hour online check-in and its disc sharing/trade-in policies. Read on for more.
In addition to showing off some games and announcing the pricing and release window for Xbox One, Microsoft confirmed that they will finally be dropping the Microsoft Points system in favor of local currencies. Read on for more.
Near the end of its press conference, Microsoft finally nailed down the release window and pricing for Xbox One. The new console will be available in 21 countries this November for £429 UK, 499 Euro, US $499. More after the jump.
Everyone's abuzz about Microsoft's latest statements regarding the Xbox One, which answer some of the questions folks had about online requirements and the state of used games. Read on for more.
Some more interesting information has surfaced about the Xbox One since the earlier reveal of Microsoft's upcoming console. One of the things many look at a system successor for is backwards compatibility, and unfortunately it appears that's something you won't find with Xbox One, both in terms of 360 discs and existing Xbox Live Arcade purchases. More after the jump.
Don Mattrick took the stage just a little over an hour ago to finally lift the curtain on the next generation of Microsoft's console, Xbox One. Thankfully, they actually showed the console itself immediately, making way for the massive box, controller, and Kinect camera. Read all about it after the jump!