The Xbox 360's digital-game library won't migrate to the Xbox One.
GameStop president Tony Bartel spoke with GamesBeat about the importance of the used games market and his excitement for next-gen consoles from Microsoft and Sony before the end of the year.
To celebrate Diablo III's first year, Blizzard compiled a bunch of fun player stats into an infographic. Who knew you could lose some (infinitesimal amount of) weight by playing an action-RPG?
Microsoft definitely wants to make sure you always have a friend online. The company announced through its official Xbox Support Twitter account that it will allow for up to 1,000 friends on Xbox Live.
All of the videos from today's Xbox One event.
One aspect of the new Xbox One really gets me fired up: Game developers should now be able to use Microsoft Azure's cloud computing platform to make games more powerful than ever.
Xbox One will work with used games -- but at what cost?
The Xbox One is real and we've gathered up everything we know about it.
We dive into what's inside and what that will enable in terms of future entertainment.
The list includes new games from Remedy Entertainment, EA Sports, and more.
Xbox 360 games don't work on Xbox One.
The new Xbox One is built on native 64-bit architecture and includes a Blu-ray player and integrated Kinect sensor.
With Microsoft's introduction of the new entertainment watching experience through its new Xbox One console, one of the biggest winners will obviously be for those that love live sports.
Quantum Break is an Xbox One exclusive coming from Remedy Entertainment. It blends television with gameplay for a more in-depth player experience.
Halo: the video game is about to get a live-action component with Halo: The Television Series, backed by no less than Hollywood legend Steven Spielberg.
Activision chief says "it may be the best Call of Duty ever." Among the new characters: a bomb-sniffing dog.
Activision's Daniel Suarez explains why fans will be pleased with a brand-new sub-brand for the Call of Duty universe.
Forza 5 will be an Xbox One launch title.
The publisher is using a new graphics engine, called Ignite, that EA claims will bring in a new sense of realism.
Xbox One's Xbox Live online service will allow gamers to access their games, movies, and save files from anywhere.