Microsoft took the press and public alike through the opportunity to go hands-on last week with their fall Xbox One lineup at the X16 Media Showcase event in Toronto. They had a full complement of first- and third-party titles set for release between now and December, with a handful of already available games to try out. I was able to play a number of the games on display, read on for my impressions.
Whether you're shopping for a friend, a loved one, or yourself, everyone is looking for gift ideas this time of year, and I've combed through some of my favorite gadgets, games, phones, high end gear, and special experiences to give you a few ideas.
The game has only been on sale for a couple of hours, and it is already bound to be one of the biggest games of the season, if not the entire year. Following one of the best-reviewed, and best-selling games for the Xbox 360, Microsoft's Epic Games studio released Gears of War 2 at midnight today.
The Hollywood Reporter has revealed some grim truth to video game fans today: there is going to be a movie based on the hit Xbox 360 game, Gears of War and friends, I'm betting it's going to blow Locust chunks all over the place. And not in a good way.
This has been a very busy week for Microsoft and their Xbox 360. So busy in fact that I couldn't keep up with all the news, so in an effort to tackle it all at once, I decided to summarize what's been going on. To put it simply, the Halo 3 multiplayer beta arrives on May 16, Gears of War has a new multiplayer mode, and you'll soon be able to chat with your Windows Live Messenger friends from the Xbox 360.