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Scalebound’s cancellation is a huge blow to the Xbox One

Microsoft’s video game line-up for the Xbox One and Windows 10 in 2017 is looking bleak after the company officially announced the cancellation of Scalebound. The title was first shown at E3 2014, and yet again in 2016. Before the […]

Dropbox Windows 10 app makes its debut on the Xbox One

Dropbox, the cloud storage management service, today announced that their Windows 10 app would be available for Xbox One soon, with the app now based on the new Universal Windows Platform. Dropbox app on XBox One With the new UWP, […]

Xbox One game streaming with Oculus Rift coming to Windows 10

Microsoft announced that Oculus Rift owners will now be able to stream their Xbox One games onto their Windows 10 devices with the launch of the new Xbox One Streaming to Oculus Rift app, which will be available for free on […]

Xbox One Backward Compatibility completes one year with Skate 3

This week marked the one-year completion since backward compatibility was announced on the Xbox One by Microsoft. This feature allows your favorite Xbox 360 games to be played on the next-gen Xbox One. Since launch, numerous titles have been converted […]

Game broadcasting experience to improve further in Xbox One

Microsoft looks all set to release an update to Windows 10 in early 2017 with a whole raft of new features. The upcoming update, a.k.a. Windows 10 Creators Update will enable Windows 10 users to watch live game streams . Apart […]

Now access e-mail on your Xbox One with MailOnX

If you own a Xbox One and have been missing out on checking your mail, well there’s good news for you. The team at RedWater Technologies just launched MailOnX – the first dedicated email client for Xbox One. It has been designed […]

Microsoft Xbox One beats Sony PS4 sales for third month in a row

Industry data tracking firm, the NPD Group, just released sales figures for September 2016 and it seems that Xbox One sales have yet again beaten Sony PS4 (or that matter, any competing console) sales, on a monthly basis, continuously for […]

Xbox One Wireless Controller to support Samsung Gear VR

Xbox One Wireless Controller to support Samsung Gear VR

Microsoft today announced that their Xbox One Wireless Controller would now be available to use with the Samsung Gear VR – earlier accessible only with Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs. Xbox One Wireless Controller support comes to Samsung Gear […]

Call of Duty 3 is now on Xbox One, thanks to Backward Compatibility

Released initially on November 10th, 2006, Call of Duty 3 is coming to next-gen consoles, thanks to Xbox One’s backward compatibility features launched by Microsoft just a couple of months back. Those who prefer reliving the classic times of this […]

Microsoft releases the first ‘Xbox Play Anywhere’ game title

Microsoft recently announced an exciting new feature called Xbox Play Anywhere at E3 2016. This feature enables a never seen before seamless integration of gaming titles on Xbox One as well as Windows 10 on PC. Today, the tech giant […]

Sony says PS4 Pro sees PC as the biggest competitor, not Xbox One

Sony just launched its ‘new’-ish upgrade to the PS4 console, the PS4 Pro last week. This is one of the rare times that Sony has upgraded its console before the usual 6-year refresh cycle. With minor updates, the PS4 Pro […]

Three new Backward Compatibility games come to Xbox One

New games have arrived for the Xbox One with regards to the backward compatibility feature. The games were recently announced by Major Nelson on Twitter, and they are some of the most fun titles from the Xbox 360. The games […]

Microsoft presence at Gamescom 2016 is exciting as ever

Gamescom 2016 is here and Microsoft is showing off several of its top upcoming video games designed for the Xbox One and Windows 10. These games include the likes of Gears of War 4, Sea of Thieves, ReCore, and more. […]

SSX 2012 now available on EA Access for Xbox One

If you’re a subscriber on EA Access, then you’ll be glad to know that another game has made its way to the service. The game in question is 2012 version of SSX, a game that is all about skating down an […]

Xbox One S possible teardown cost to Microsoft is $324

It’s clear Microsoft has launched the 2TB version of the Xbox One S to an expected success. The console is sold out in most places, and Microsoft has no intention of manufacturing more of this version. The 500GB and 1TB […]

Developers will soon be able to upload their UWP apps to Xbox

Since the Xbox One is now a Windows 10 machine and is also set to get the Anniversary Update later this year, along with the support of the Windows Store, it makes sense that apps based on the Universal Windows […]

Cortana and more for XBox One

Microsoft Cortana, Background Music features arrive on Xbox One

Microsoft Corporation has started rolling out the company’s most recent system update for Xbox One starting July 30. As part of the update, Microsoft’s intelligent personal assistant Cortana is now available on Xbox One in addition to Background Music feature […]

Xbox One S to be put on sale on August 2

The much awaited 2TB Xbox One S will hit the market shelves on August 2, says Microsoft. The device, however, will now be made available only in the selected regions namely: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, […]

Minecraft Battle Mini is free on Xbox One and Xbox 360

Minecraft fans will be happy to know the final death match Battle mini-game is rolling out in full force today. If you’re an owner of the console edition, the Battle mini-game will be free to download. As for those who own the […]

Xbox introduces the future of gaming – Xbox Play Anywhere

Xbox Play Anywhere, the digital game was the highlight at E3 this year. E3 2016 in Los Angeles witnessed the biggest lineup of Xbox games, a new family of Xbox One devices and many new gaming features. With a commitment […]

ESPN for Xbox 360 is dead; Long live ESPN for Xbox One

Microsoft Xbox One got another boost recently after ESPN decided to end its app on the Xbox 360 and focus on the version available for the Xbox One. This is no doubt sad news for those who are still using […]

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Windows 10 Universal Apps coming to Xbox One soon says Microsoft CEO

Ever thought about using Windows 10 apps on your Xbox One? Well, this is going to happen according to Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella. We’ve long known that Cortana will head to the Xbox One, but as it stands now, that’s […]

Gears of War 4 will run at 60 frames per second on Xbox One

One of the most important video game coming to the Xbox One in the coming years is the new Gears of War. The game is titled Gears of War 4, and according to one of the person’s working on the […]

Cross-buy between Windows 10 and Xbox One is happening

Microsoft is taking its video game business to new heights after some big announcements earlier today. We understand the company is making moves to make cross-buy between Xbox One and Windows 10 a huge deal. For some time now, Microsoft […]

EA Access on Xbox One free for an entire week

Xbox One owners who have not yet signed up to EA Access will get the chance to give the service a spin for a whole week, beginning next week. Yes, EA Access will be free for an entire week, hooray […]

Xbox One Elite controller is back on the market

The Xbox One Elite controller is considered by many as the best of its class and of any other video game controller. It is one of the reason why it is constantly out of stock, but now folks can pick […]

New Xbox One Party Chat update coming in February

Microsoft is working on something interesting for the Xbox One, and it has much to do with the software aspect of things. This is a feature many have been requesting, and now it seems as if the software giant is […]