Xbox One X

Xbox One X

The Xbox One X is a bold new move from Microsoft. While its previous consoles have all been generational leaps compared to what came before, the company’s newest machine is more of a half-step beyond what it currently offers with the Xbox One. That’s not to say the Xbox One X isn’t a big jump in terms of power. With 6 teraflops of graphical performance packed in, it’s able to run games natively at Ultra HD, a resolution

Xbox One S the answer to PS4 Pro

Xbox One S the answer to PS4 Pro

PS4 Pro In case you missed the news yesterday, Sony announced the PS4 Pro. The shiny new console builds upon the original PS4 architecture, adding 4K resolution gaming, optimized specs for PlayStation VR, and smoother performance for past and future PS4 games. The announcement of the PS4 Pro also marks the beginning of a new breed of console generation – one where companies make more iterative upgrades to their consoles

Microsoft Xbox One S Console: A Slimmer Design

Microsoft Xbox One S Console: A Slimmer Design

Today at the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), Microsoft has lifted the lid on their new Xbox One console design. The Xbox One is part of the eighth generation of consoles, and was originally released in November 2013. The new Xbox One S is assumed to have similar hardware inside, however the design is taking up 40% less volume. Typically when a device changes in volume this

Xbox Elite Wireless Controller: Review

Xbox Elite Wireless Controller: Review

The Xbox Elite Wireless Controller came as surprise when it was first announced. Both its price ($149/£129/AU$195) and its purpose seemed misaligned with the image Microsoft wanted to put out there after the Xbox One’s slow start out of the gate. It’s expensive, extravagant and perhaps most useful for only a small niche of the Xbox community i.e. it’s everything Microsoft was trying

Xbox One hardware upgrades are coming, Xbox chief teases

Xbox One hardware upgrades are coming, Xbox chief teases

Consoles have classically set a static point in the gaming world with non-upgradable hardware, but that might all change with the Xbox One. Microsoft’s Xbox chief Phil Spencer hinted at possible “hardware innovations” for its home gaming console. While on stage, Spencer envisioned a future where the Xbox One could see numerous upgrades, bucking the long history of users having to upgrade to a ‘Next Box’ every couple

Xbox One Full Review

Xbox One Full Review

Introduction The new Xbox that emerged at launch was both traditional and under-featured, a disappointment born of a company reeling from the negative reaction to its original vision and trying to offer something else in a short space of time. In a now infamous u-turn, Microsoft scrapped plans for the always-online revolution that would have allowed for disc-less play, easy game sharing on other owner’s consoles,

E3 2015: Xbox Elite Wireless Controller

E3 2015: Xbox Elite Wireless Controller

The Xbox Elite Wireless Controller is going to level up the skills of Xbox One and Windows 10 gamers later this year with a better feeling, more complex gamepad. As soon as I wrapped my hands around the E3 2015 prototype, I could tell right away that was meant to be a performance-class take on Microsoft’s console-bundled controller. Serious gamers need apply. It has more trigger buttons, configurable inputs,

Xbox One

Xbox One

Introduction and design The new Xbox that emerged at launch was both traditional and under-featured, a disappointment borne of a company reeling from the negative reaction to its original vision and trying to offer something else in a short space of time. In a now infamous u-turn, Microsoft scrapped plans for the always-online revolution that would have allowed for disc-less play, easy game sharing on other owner’s

Xbox Gold Members Get Two New Games on Xbox One

Xbox Gold Members Get Two New Games on Xbox One

Microsoft today announced starting in July, Gold members get more with two new Games with Gold every month on Xbox One. Each month Gold members will enjoy four new free games; two on Xbox One and two on Xbox 360; On Xbox One enjoy a new game on the 1st and 16th of every month, each available to download for a full month. There are no changes on Xbox 360 and games will be available to download from the 1st to 15th and from the 16th to end of the month.

Xbox One

Xbox One

Introduction The new Xbox that emerged at launch was both traditional and under-featured, a disappointment borne of a company reeling from the negative reaction to its original vision and trying to offer something else in a short space of time. In a now infamous u-turn, Microsoft scrapped plans for the always-online revolution that would have allowed for disc-less play, easy game sharing on other owner’s consoles,