With Halo 4 being one of the bestselling games in the Halo franchise, it’s hard to imagine Microsoft not wanting to extend the Chief’s life just a little bit longer! Once known as the ‘Reclaimer Trilogy’, the new set of Halo games will no longer by contained in a trilogy (e.g. Halo 4, 5 & 6) as confirmed by Phil Spencer, Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Studios. Strangely at the Xbox E3 M...[Read More]
Microsoft’s Yusuf Mehdi has jumped into the ‘Worst Xbox One PR Quote’ competition with this gem; “This is a big change, consumers don’t always love change, and there’s a lot of education we have to provide to make sure that people understand.” Is he implying that anyone that’s not in love with Microsoft’s choices needs educating? I wouldn’...[Read More]
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The rumours have been around for a while now, but Microsoft have confirmed that Microsoft Points will not be used on Xbox One
Quantum Break, developed by Remedy got a gameplay trailer during Microsoft’s E3 conference.
Microsoft’s Phil Harrison took to the stage to talk indie, confirming that Minecraft will be coming to Xbox One.
Insomniac have showcased their latest title, Sunset Overdrive at Microsoft’s E3 conference.
World of Tanks will be heading to Xbox 360, the popular shooter MMO was shown during Microsoft’s E3 conference.
Open world, and a slight hint of Red Dead Redemption. Metal Gear Solid opened Microsoft’s E3 conference.
It’s Ubisoft’s turn now in LA as their conference is about to kick off.
Microsoft kicked of the show, now it’s EA’s turn, with showings from Battlefield 4, FIFA 14, Need for Speed, Star Wars and more.
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