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Date: Wed, 4. September 2013 22:15:55
Microsoft will release the Xbox One on November 22nd, but that doesn?t mean the Xbox 360 will stop getting support. In fact, Xbox CMO Yusuf Medhi said during the Citi Global Technology Conference that Microsoft is shipping more games than ever and the Xbox Live subscription service is still growing. Eurogamer reports that he even went so far as to call the console ?incredibly profitable? as it nears the last years of its life cycle. As proof of just how much time the Xbox 360 has left, Medhi claimed that over 100 new games will ship for the 8-year-old console. Microsoft expects multiplatform games to perform very well for buyers who have yet to make the jump to the next-generation
Date: Fri, 22. November 2013 15:30:32
What?s especially unique about the game is that those levels are cylindrical, essentially letting you go around in circles as you fight and avoid enemies. As with past games from developer Housemarque, the audio / visual experience feels designed to help you get in the proper state of mind, with flashy graphics and a thumping soundtrack that are perfect for helping you focus. There?s just so much happening on screen at once, and despite the never-ending stream of explosions and lasers, the game runs smoothly throughout. If you?re not into violence or cars, you?ll find the game libraries for both consoles a little lacking at present.
Date: Thu, 30. January 2014 21:30:05
Nintendo on Thursday revealed that while it plans to launch mobile companion apps for its consoles, it still isn?t interested in bringing any kind of Nintendo games to smartphones and tablets. Furthermore, the company teased a ?non-wearable? device that will offer some health and ?quality of life? features, The Verge reports. A few days ago, a Nikkei report suggested that Nintendo?s mobile app will bring exclusive videos and mini-games to mobile device owners, with the aim of increasing sales of its original hardware and exclusive games tied to it. However, Nintendo quickly shot down that report, reiterating its stance regarding mobile game launches. During its investor meeting following a less than spectacular quarter, Nintendo said that it will indeed use mobile devices
Date: Mon, 28. October 2013 23:45:38
When the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One were first announced, the ability to share physical copies of games was rumored to be in jeopardy. This caused an uproar from the gaming community and eventually forced Microsoft to rethink its strategy on digital rights management on its next-gen console. Sony reaped the benefits of the PR backlash by gleefully rubbing Microsoft?s nose in the mess it had made, but until now, there has been no word on how (or if) digital copies of games can be shared with friends and family on Sony?s own console. Now, just over two weeks from release, Sony has posted a PlayStation 4 FAQ online that details exactly how digital game sharing will work. When you
Date: Fri, 24. May 2013 23:00:10
Xbox One games are installed to the console?s hard drive and registered to users? Xbox Live accounts. It remains unclear how the system will handle used games and Microsoft has failed to address the issue. According to a report from gaming news website MCV, retailers will be allowed to charge whatever they want for pre-owned Xbox One games, however both Microsoft and publishers will receive a percentage of every sale. Microsoft is looking to take control of the pre-owned market and will reportedly only allow specific retailers that have agreed to its terms to resell games. After a customer sells a game to an approved retailer, it will be registered in Microsoft?s cloud-based system as having been traded-in then it
Date: Sat, 16. March 2013 00:00:27
Does Microsoft (MSFT) even need to launch a new Xbox? Despite Nintendo?s (NTDOY) recent release of its next-generation home video game console, the Xbox 360 racked up its twenty-sixth consecutive month as the top-selling console in February. U.S. sales totalled 302,000 units according to The NPD Group?s February data, placing the Xbox ahead of Sony?s (SNE) PlayStation 3 and both the Wii and Wii U. The Xbox 360 holds an estimated 41% share of the current-generation console market in the U.S.
Date: Thu, 23. May 2013 14:23:44
With much of the gaming world still focused on Microsoft?s Xbox One and Sony?s PlayStation 4, there?s a brand new gaming device that is out right now. You don?t have to wait until this fall to experience the next generation of mobile gaming on the Samsung Galaxy S4. There?s a large library of games from top publishers, including Electronic Arts. And many game developers, including the large number that come under EA Mobile, are optimizing games to take advantage of the new functionality the Galaxy S4 introduces to the burgeoning mobile gaming space.
Date: Wed, 31. July 2013 11:32:33
Sales of Nintendo's latest games console, the Wii U, slowed in the three months to June. Gaming expert Keza Macdonald said the next six months would be crucial for Nintendo.
Date: Wed, 29. January 2014 20:57:00
It's been tough times for Nintendo. Its Wii U console has sold, in a year, 5 million units. Sounds decent enough, until you realize that's roughly the same number as both the PS4 and the Xbox One -- both on sale for mere months.
Date: Fri, 22. November 2013 21:07:31
By Malathi Nayak SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp sold over 1 million of its new Xbox One game consoles within 24 hours of their hitting store shelves on Friday, on par with Sony Corp's PlayStation 4 despite launching in far more countries. The new console, which launched in 13 countries, set a record for first-day Xbox sales and is currently sold out at most retailers, Microsoft said in a statement. Sony said it sold 1 million PS4 units in 24 hours after launching last Friday in just the United States and Canada. The PS4 expands to other regions, including Europe, Australia and South America, from November 29.
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