Quantcast

All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Xbox One’

Microsoft Sold More Than 3 Million Xbox One Consoles Last Year

Months away from the launch of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles in November, both Sony and Microsoft are now settling in for a long console competition in the coming years. Microsoft today announced that it sold over 3 million Xbox One consoles between the device’s November 22 release date and the end of 2013. The company called the …

Read More

PS4 Will Lead The Console Race In 2016, Says Analyst

Predictions are fun, especially when said predictions involve video games in some capacity. That’s why it’s no surprise that analysts are already making predictions about what the video game market will look like in 2016 – three years after the launch of the Xbox One and PS4. In a note sent to investors today, Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter provided …

Read More

‘Max: The Curse of Brotherhood’ Out For Xbox One

As far as console launch exclusives go, Microsoft’s Xbox One had a solid slate of titles. Missing among the violence of Ryse and Dead Rising 3, however, was an exclusive family title (like the PlayStation 4’s Knack, for instance) that younger gamers could enjoy. Microsoft today filled in that gap with the release of Max: The Curse of Brotherhood. The …

Read More

Ryse: Son Of Rome Gets Its First Batch Of DLC

It was revealed last month that Ryse: Son of Rome would continue the proud tradition of games selling DLC season passes before it even comes out. We’re not even a month out from the Xbox One’s launch and we’re now starting to see just what that season pass entails. Microsoft announced on Wednesday that Ryse: Son of Rome will be …

Read More

Microsoft to Release Documentaries on Xbox Consoles

At Microsoft’s big Xbox One announcement this summer, the company chose to focus on its new console as a multimedia machine and heavily promoted the use of the device to watch TV. Though Microsoft’s marketing message has shifted slightly toward gamers in recent months, the company is still intent on making its Xbox consoles great devices to watch TV through. …

Read More

Here’s A Peek Into The World Of Lighting Returns: Final Fantasy XIII

So, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII is coming out early next year. At this point, we’ve seen a lot of the game, but Square Enix thinks you could use a little more information. In a new trailer released today, Square Enix gives us a “guided tour” of the world of Lightning Returns. As it would suggest, the trailer gives us …

Read More

Here’s 9 Minutes Of Dying Light Gameplay Footage

One of the most anticipated games of next year is Dying Light – a free-running zombie game from the guys that brought us Dead Island. One of its most interesting mechanics is a day/night cycle that affects the gameplay in a significant way. While most of the gameplay shown thus far has taken place during the day, we’re now starting …

Read More

Can SmartGlass Make Xbox One Games Better?

In 2012, Microsoft introduced SmartGlass for Xbox 360 to the world. It was Microsoft’s foray into the second screen gaming experience that Nintendo kicked off with the Wii U a year prior. Unlike Nintendo’s console, however, Microsoft would let you use any tablet or phone to get additional information about a game or movie. With the launch of the Xbox …

Read More

Sony Says PS4 Was Best Selling Console In November

Last month, we were treated to the release of two next gen consoles – the PS4 and Xbox One. Both consoles sold their fair share of units, but Sony says it came out on top. Sony announced via its PlayStation blog that the latest NPD report revealed that the PS4 was the best selling console of November. The same report …

Read More

‘Forza 5’ Race Credits Raised, Car Prices Slashed

As the only Xbox One-exclusive launch title to hit the 60fps at 1080p resolution mark, Forza 5 was undoubtedly one of the best-looking launch titles for the next-gen consoles. By all accounts the game also plays well and is one of, if not the, best racing game of the year. However, when consumers finally got their hands on the game …

Read More

Snoop Lion Had Better Be A Playable Character In Rayman Legends

Did you hear? Ubisoft is bringing Rayman Legends, one of the best platformers of the year, to PS4 and Xbox One in February. What you may not know, however, is that this version of the game is the superior experience based solely on its ad. In what must have been one of the most expensive trailers ever produced, Ubisoft somehow …

Read More

The Elder Scrolls Online Hits PC On April 4, Consoles In June

Earlier this year, Bethesda revealed that it was making an MMO based on its popular Elder Scrolls franchise. The Elder Scrolls Online is the latest MMO based on a popular franchise to have a go at the subscription-based MMO model that has failed so many popular properties before. Will it succeed where others, like Star Wars: The Old Republic, have …

Read More

Page 9 of 28« First...«7891011»20...Last »