This is an un-boxing video of the Xbox One Console...
Currently we have been testing the Xbox One and while there was no update Tuesday, we found that late last night when we turned on the console the machine finally updated. It was of course the big March update and the latter brings to the table a host of new features/fixes, some of which are in place thanks to the feedback from the community and others are there at the request of a developer (Respawn Entertainment).
While the cost of the Xbox One is on the high-side (compared to the PS4) it seems that Microsoft are keen to win back some support with news that they have dropped the price of the console to £399.99 / $499.99 (at select retailers), with the release of the Titanfall console bundle.
Turtle Beach has announced that the company’s highly anticipated line of Xbox One compatible headsets will be available at retail on March 7th worldwide. The XO Series headsets – including the XO FOUR and XO SEVEN – were first announced in the summer of 2013.
The veteran independent British publisher (Team 17) has announced that its award-winning franchise will make its debut on the next generation of consoles; having seen it already appear on over twenty-five other platforms since its introduction back in 1995.
GoPro has announced the upcoming launch of its GoPro Channel apps for Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The GoPro Channel apps will stream on-demand GoPro video content to Xbox Live Gold members worldwide and enable them to purchase GoPro cameras and accessories directly through the app, fulfilled by the Microsoft online store.
To celebrate the launch of Respawn Entertainment's "Titanfall" in march Microsoft has announced a commemorative companion to the game. The Xbox One “Titanfall” Limited Edition Wireless Controller which they believe is the perfect way to mark the debut of the game on the Xbox One.
Though we have yet to post an Xbox One review (as we are waiting until the new interface firmware is out before fully testing). The wait is at least over and the titans of the next-generation of video gaming consoles have been unleashed upon the world.
Now that the Xbox One is here, what about the games? Well the launch line-up of games on Xbox One features 22 titles from some of the world’s most respected developers, as well as 10 exclusive games you won’t find anywhere else.
Xbox One is available now in 13 markets worldwide, including the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, the U.K., France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Ireland and Austria.
The time is nearly upon us when the first next-gen console goes on-sale in the UK, namely the Xbox One, and Microsoft are gearing up for the launch (which goes on sale at midnight) with an event in central London.
Visitors to this year's Gadget Show Live @ Christmas will be able to play Microsoft and Sony's next generation games consoles – the Xbox One and PS4 – more than three weeks before they go on sale to the public.
Microsoft’s Larry Hryb – also known as Major Nelson – has released an un-boxing video of the Xbox One Day One edition – which includes a special limited edition Day One package, a branded DAY ONE 2013 controller with chrome D-pad, and a Day One digital achievement.
At this year’s San Diego Comic Con Microsoft revealed a couple of new features for the Xbox One, including “Project Upload”.
Microsoft went first in the press conference stakes, but while the last press event (a few weeks back) was more about the new fancy entertainment features, the E3 showing was all about games! Though only a handful of games stood out for us in our opinion.
Following its long-term partnership with Microsoft for the first and second-generation Xbox consoles, developing unique third-party licensed peripherals under the Thrustmaster brand, Guillemot Corporation S.A. has announced that it is extending its worldwide partnership to include the third generation of Xbox.
The gaming world has been talking about the next generation of video game consoles this week, following the blurry teaser of Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One announcement. As a result, the UK’s largest discount website MyVoucherCodes has revealed some of the best discounts currently available through the site, allowing gaming fans to save the pennies on their purchases.
Having sat through the entire Microsoft press event yesterday we couldn't help feel that the newly announced Xbox One (and not the Xbox 720 as everyone had expected) offers more incentive to buy for those looking for a media device rather than a fully-fledged game system.
DICE, a studio of EA has announced that the highly-anticipated action blockbuster Battlefield 4 will be available later this year for early-adopters of the next-generation hardware systems: Xbox One and the PS4.
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