And it actually could.
Take that, North Korea (or whoever hacked Sony).
This could be the software giant’s biggest round of layoffs ever.
Microsoft’s June update packs a punch.
Under new leadership, the Xbox team will give gamers the choices they should have had from the start.
The legend was true, but that’s not all. Atari buried a
With a CBS exec at the wheel, Microsoft is pulling a Netflix. But will the strategy pay off for the company’s new console?
Spectator gaming, sometimes called e-sports, is the next big thing. Remember when video games weren’t cool?
Native integration in the big gaming consoles has given the emerging broadcaster of video gameplay a steroid boost.
Those mechs can sure hold their liquor.
Hardware sales may be starting to take off at Microsoft. Too bad related profits are headed the other way.
Getting set up properly with Microsoft’s online services is just as important as getting your hands on the gear. (Sponsored by Microsoft)
The Xbox One is serious about play. Like, really serious.
Should Microsoft keep going as is under new management?
Microsoft tries to win its gaming core back. Is it too little, too late?
Let Microsoft and Sony play the next-generation console battle. You have bad guys to frag.
Nintendo has relegated itself to the sidelines, so it’s a two horse race now. Here’s how Sony and Microsoft will go to war.
Microsoft fills in some key gaps about its upcoming Xbox One gaming console — and not everyone is happy.
Fine, it may not require an always-on Internet connection in order to play games. But in all other respects, the Xbox One is all about control, limits… and new ways to make you pay for games more than once.
Cool stuff under the hood, with features for hardcore gamers and ordinary players—but at what price?