Keep up with this hub for the latest news coming out of Microsoft’s new Xbox announcement.
We’re less than a day away from Microsoft’s big announcement of its next-generation game console and entertainment strategy.
Microsoft Points are not long for this world.
Call of Duty: Ghosts teaser trailer shows off masked warriors.
The next-generation Xbox may exist beyond the borders of your television.
We dig into the recent reports regarding always-online and the Xbox Mini.
Quiet rumblings and URL registrations point toward a Microsoft event announcing its next video game console before June’s Electronic Entertainment Expo.
We compile the rumors and compare the punching power of the two next-gen contenders from Microsoft and Sony.
Microsoft also says 76 million Xbox 360 consoles have been sold to date.
At this point, most of us are willing to put our money on Microsoft and Sony announcing their upcoming consoles at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), an annual game industry trade show held in Los Angeles.
Tech website Digital Foundry claims to have hard data about the PlayStation 4 development kit.
Bidding for the alleged Xbox 720 dev kit has closed at $20,100.
Missed the latest news on GamesBeat? Here’s a list of the stories we ran over the past week.
With a month to go before this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo video game trade show (E3), rumors are surfacing about next-generation console announcements. We’re not likely to hear much about what sort of features they’ll have for a while with the exception of Nintendo’s upcoming Wii U, which is launching this fall.
The next-generation console rumors are heating up, and this week brought a lot of new detailed gossip on that front.