• Opinion: Xbox Is Playing For Tomorrow, But They're Playing to Win

    5 monthes ago - By IGN

    Microsoft's E3 press briefing was the one we needed, the one we deserved, and arguably their best one ever. They came into E3 2018 with fan confidence, perhaps, at an all-time low. Sure, the Xbox One X is a fantastic piece of hardware, but less-than-glowing review scores for Sea of Thieves and State of Decay 2 did nothing to change the negative narrative surrounding the quality and especially quantity of Xbox's first-party output. In unleashing 50 games total at E3 - including 18 with exclusivity - and five new first-party game studios , Phil Spencer and the Xbox team made it clear that...
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  • Next-gen Xbox “Scarlet” said to be gaming device family

    Next-gen Xbox “Scarlet” said to be gaming device family

    5 monthes ago - By SlashGear

    The next-gen Xbox will be a family of new consoles, not just a single successor to the Xbox One X, as the rumor mill works its magic as the backdrop to E3 2018. Although Microsoft launched a new Xbox only last year, work is unsurprisingly underway on its replacement, with an aggressive roadmap for just when we could see fresh...
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  • E3 2018: Bwana and Kito Are Taking The Journey Down to Consoles

    E3 2018: Bwana and Kito Are Taking The Journey Down to Consoles

    5 monthes ago - By Giant Bomb

    Skygoblins' point and click adventure arrives on PS4 and Xbox One.
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  • Is Xbox One Kinect still worth buying in 2018?

    Is Xbox One Kinect still worth buying in 2018?

    5 monthes ago - By Windows Central

    Is Kinect still worth the price in 2018? Maybe, but...
    Microsoft's misunderstood audio-visual peripheral was, at one point, the fastest selling consumer electronics device of all time , believe it or not, with over 10 million units sold during the first six months after its release. Of course, that was the Xbox 360 version, which was vastly inferior to the "V2" version available on the Xbox One and Windows PCs.
    Despite the superior power of Kinect V2, a combination of poor messaging, bad positioning, and lackluster software support led Kinect V2 as an Xbox accessory down the path of...
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