Xbox Games With Gold for August Is Pretty Good, Includes Trials Fusion And Bayonetta
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Xbox Games With Gold for August Is Pretty Good, Includes Trials Fusion And Bayonetta

Xbox Live’s Games with Gold offerings for the month of August have been revealed, and they’re pretty damn good all around (which is just as well, because the…

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Xbox Is Too Profitable For Microsoft To Quit The Market – Michael Pachter
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Xbox Is Too Profitable For Microsoft To Quit The Market – Michael Pachter

The Xbox One X is launching this year – and for the Xbox division, given how much the system has been talked up, and its arrival hyped, it…

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Phil Spencer’s Resolve To Sell Xbox In Japan Is Admirable, But Futile
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Phil Spencer’s Resolve To Sell Xbox In Japan Is Admirable, But Futile

Phil Spencer recently made a comment in Famitsu – which we reported on earlier – that he has not yet given up on the Japanese market for Xbox.…

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Halo Anniversary, Halo 3, Halo 4 and Halo 3: ODST Announced for Xbox One Backwards Compatibility
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Halo Anniversary, Halo 3, Halo 4 and Halo 3: ODST Announced for Xbox One Backwards Compatibility

Microsoft has announced that four Halo titles – namely Halo: CE Anniversary, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST and Halo 4 – will support backwards compatibility on the Xbox…

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Xbox Live Games With Gold For July Include Kane and Lynch 2 and Grow Up
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Xbox Live Games With Gold For July Include Kane and Lynch 2 and Grow Up

Microsoft has announced the games for Xbox Live Games With Gold for the month of July, and… after a few great months, this month’s offerings are definitely disappointing.…

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Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Headlines New Batch Of Backward Compatible Games For Xbox one
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Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Headlines New Batch Of Backward Compatible Games For Xbox one

Xbox One continues to get more and more Xbox 360 games playable on it via the backward compatibility initiative; the newest batch brings us one great, classic and…

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The Xbox Brand Is Iconic For Console Gaming, Says Xbox Boss Phil Spencer
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The Xbox Brand Is Iconic For Console Gaming, Says Xbox Boss Phil Spencer

There are some gaming companies that achieve ubiquity to such an extent that their very names become synonymous with gaming as a whole- the best known example of…

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Titanfall Series Passes 20 Million Players
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Titanfall Series Passes 20 Million Players

The Titanfall games have been a victim of bad circumstances with their release each time- the original game found its potential curtailed by being restricted to the Xbox One…

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Xbox Owners Will Soon Be Able To Have LAN Parties Across Xbox One X, Xbox One And The Original Xbox
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Xbox Owners Will Soon Be Able To Have LAN Parties Across Xbox One X, Xbox One And The Original Xbox

The Xbox One will soon be getting backward compatibility with the original Xbox, in addition to backward compatibility with the Xbox 360. An unintended side effect of this…

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Used By Small Percentage of Players – Report
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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Used By Small Percentage of Players – Report

In light of Sony’s Jim Ryan commenting on players hardly using backwards compatibility in current gen consoles, Ars Technica has reported that about 1.5 percent of Xbox One…

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