Microsoft today added two more titles to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One. Today's additions are Forza Horizon and Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse.
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Microsoft announced a number of new features for the Windows Dev Center today, including that UWP developers can now submit their apps that are targeted at Xbox Ones beginning today.
Announced back in June, Microsoft has begun shipping its Xbox Design Lab controllers to those that pre-ordered them. The program allows gamers to purchase completely customized Xbox One controllers.
Microsoft today is releasing a new build for members of the Xbox One Preview Program, which will offer a number of fixes, along with Cortana support in more regions.
While the Xbox Onesie that Microsoft announced earlier this week might not be coming to all markets, the company is giving one away. Fans have six days left to enter the giveaway.
Microsoft is adding another title to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One today. Today's addition is Joust, and it's the second one this week.
Microsoft today announced the four games that Xbox Live Gold members will be able to grab for free next month. These include Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China, Mirror's Edge, and more.
A new job listing from Microsoft shows that the team behind Xbox 360 backward compatibility will also be working on bringing Xbox One titles to Project Scorpio, Microsoft's upcoming console.
Microsoft only announced one new title that will be added to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One today, but it's a big one: Call of Duty 2.
After saying numerous times that the upcoming Project Scorpio would not have any exclusive titles, Microsoft is somewhat backtracking by saying it doesn't consider VR content as "console gaming".
Microsoft is promising a "best-in-class wireless gaming experience", building integrated Xbox Wireless support into new PCs, and working with partners on accessories that support its ecosystem.
The Xbox One seemingly managed the impossible this July, when it unseated Sony's PlayStation 4 as the best-selling console in the US. The PS4 had consistently held that spot ever since its launch.
Microsoft today added another title to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One. Today's only addition is Shank 2, and it's the second addition this week.
Microsoft today announced that it is acquiring the interactive live-streaming service, Beam. Originally launched at the beginning of the year, the company will join the Xbox team.
A well-known console modder has brought his skills to bear on Microsoft's newly-released Xbox One S. The modder created the light and portable Xbook One S, which is actually available to buy.
If you haven't yet purchased the 2TB model of the Xbox One S and you're planning to, you're running out of time, as Microsoft has confirmed that it will not restock the console when it's sold out.
Microsoft's new slimmer Xbox One S has a sticker that's designed to keep users from opening up the console, stating that breaking the seal will void the user's warranty, which is illegal.
Forza and its partners are holding a huge digital driving competition open to everyone. If you've got the skills to be the best in the world, you'll drive away with a new 2017 Ford Focus RS.
Microsoft today added three more titles to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One. Today's additions include titles such as Mr. Driller Online and more.
Microsoft has updated its Xbox Support page with details of the Xbox One August Update, which - according to the site - is rolling out right now. The update adds Cortana and much more.
Microsoft today added two more titles to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One. Today's new additions include Boom Boom Rocket and Syberia.
Microsoft today announced the Xbox Games with Gold for the month of August, 2016. Next month's free titles for Xbox Live Gold members include Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate, WWE 2K16, and more.
Robbie Bach said Microsoft got as far as sketches of a possible 'Xboy' handheld gaming device, but the company "just couldn't focus" on its development, although that turned out to be "lucky".
Microsoft today added eight more titles to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One. Among today's additions are Capcom Arcade Cabinet, Crystal Defenders, and more.
The first Universal Windows 10 app showed up on the Xbox One earlier this month, but a few more have now made an appearance for those running the latest version of the preview OS.
With the Xbox exclusivity expiring, looks like folks on the PlayStation 4 will finally get a chance to own and play Rise of the Tomb Raider. The title will be available with new content on Oct. 11th.
If you were itching to get your hands on the Gears of War 4 Xbox Elite Wireless Controller, it is now being made available for pre-order from Amazon and the Microsoft Store for $199.99.
Microsoft has revealed that it will be present at the 2016 Comic-Con in San Diego to promote upcoming games for the Xbox One S, marking the company's sixth consecutive appearance at the event.
Microsoft today added three more titles to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One. Today's additions include HALF-MINUTE HERO -Super Mega Neo Climax- and more.
Microsoft announced today that the 2TB model of the Xbox One S will begin arriving on August 2. The console will be available in stores and it will arrive for those that pre-ordered on that date.
Microsoft released a new build for Xbox One Preview Program members today. The new build adds the ability to purchase digital content by charging it to the user's mobile carrier account.
Microsoft today opened up pre-orders for a Gears of War 4 variant of the upcoming Xbox One S. Like all of the consoles coming at first, it will have two terabytes of internal storage.
Microsoft is adding another title to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One. Today's addition is Interpol, and can be purchased from the Xbox Store for $4.99.
Microsoft is making things easier for Twitch broadcasters that want to stream Xbox One games, as Xbox Live now integrates with Twitch and supports capture card streaming on PCs.
Microsoft released a new update for members of the Xbox One Preview Program today, which finally allows users to opt-out of the 'Hey, Cortana' voice commands, using instead the classic Xbox commands.
If you've been hankering to watch or own the first season of Dragonball Z, your time has come, as Microsoft is now offering the first season of the iconic series as a free download.
TV and movie streaming service Hulu usually gives new customers a free two-week trial, but it's currently offering Windows 10 and Xbox users a free two-month trial when they sign up for a new account.
The first Universal Windows 10 app has finally landed on the Xbox One. Unfortunately, it's only an updated Blu-ray player app. Still, more apps should follows after the Anniversary Update.
Microsoft will be adding another title to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One this Friday. Red Dead Redemption is coming, and the game is on sale.
Microsoft's Mike Ybarra has provided a 'sneak peek' at how Xbox avatars will look with a new wheelchair option - and the images suggest that more detailed avatars may be on the way for everyone.
Xbox avatars can be extensively customized, but wheelchair users currently have no way to accurately portray themselves in digital form. But Xbox chief Phil Spencer says that option is "not far off".
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The Microsoft Store is coming with some extra heat for summer with its latest offering on Xbox One bundles. The new promo started a couple days ago and offers a free controller, game and $50 credit.
If you're looking to scoop up some titles for Xbox and PC, you might want to wait until next week, when Microsoft will unveil its annual summer sale. Microsoft will also have deals on Xbox consoles.
Microsoft announced Play Anywhere, a service that allows one digital purchase of a game, to be played on both Xbox and PC. The service will launch in fall and will offer progress and achievement sync.
Microsoft has added four additional titles to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One. New to the list are Mars: War Logs, Bloodforge, Go! Go! Break Steady, and more.
Two weeks after E3, Microsoft has posted stats from its YouTube, E3 livestream and other platforms. This year was record-breaking, but next year due to Project Scorpio, it could be monstrous.
Various offers on a range of Microsoft products are ending on June 30 - the same day on which the company's 2016 fiscal year ends. But even if you miss out on these, more will no doubt be along soon.
Microsoft announced today that it is planning to end its Xbox Fitness service. Content will no longer be available to purchase as of today, but existing content will be available for one year.
Microsoft is celebrating the Game of Thrones finale by offering users the chance to win a custom-made, GoT-inspired Xbox One. There are only six console in the world like it.