News is breaking that Microsoft is set to flip their policies regarding Xbox One, including the always-on internet connection, trade-in policies, and more
Killer Instinct is set for return, placed in the hands of developer Double Helix, an exclusive to Xbox One's free-to-play line-up.
Major Nelson confirmed that Xbox One games will be playable after the servers are shut down... but there doesn't seem to be a concrete plan in place
Every so often, our sister site's (DoBlu.com) podcast, Seen in HD turns its eyes towards the video game landscape. What better time than E3?
There are 18 video game consoles connected to my television. They represent industry growth, industry mistakes, and personal dedication. I am loyal. Rather, I was.
Microsoft did everything they were supposed to do, all except one thing they had to do: rescind or even address their iconoclastic approach to consumer software rights.
With days before Microsoft's E3 2013 keynote, Major Nelson posted information regarding the Xbox One, used games, and always on connection.
Germany is showing signs of hesitation toward Xbox One, specifically its forced integration with next-gen Kinect
The 'net is exploding right now with stories, theories, and editorials regarding Xbox One and used video games, or rather the potential incompatibility.
Will Xbox One play used games? If so, in what capacity? What could a used games restriction do? Seen in HD breaks down the sea of rumors from various voices inside Microsoft.
Microsoft gave us a name: Xbox One. They gave us a box: Black, flat topped, and vented. They gave us a vague release date: This year, worldwide. What they did not give us were games.