Microsoft has begun the second half of its Countdown to 2014 Xbox 360 game download sale, with deep price cuts on Games on Demand and Xbox Live Arcade titles until December 31st.
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Microsoft has started its Countdown to 2014 sales event for downloadable Xbox 360 games, with deep discounts and special daily deals from now until December 31st.
Microsoft is currently trying to fix a "technical glitch" that started Thursday and has resulted in many downloadable Xbox 360 games to go missing from the Xbox Game Store.
A developer claims Microsoft will soon allow games to be self published on the Xbox 360's Xbox Live Arcade service but so far Microsoft claims it has announced no such changes.
Microsoft has confirmed that games made for the Xbox One will simply be labeled as Games on the console's dashboard and that the Xbox Live Arcade and Xbox Live Indie Games labels won't be used.
Ascend: New Gods, the upcoming free-to-play Xbox Live Arcade game from developer Signal Studios and publisher Microsoft, has gotten a name change to Ascend: Hand of Kul.
Microsoft has announced it will be cutting the prices of quite a few downloadable Xbox Live Arcade games for the next two weeks, with prices reduced by as much as 75 percent.
Microsoft has announced Xbox 360 gamers that purchase and play any Xbox Live Arcade games from April 1-30 can earn rewards such as free Microsoft points, free Xbox Live Gold service and more.
Over two million people have played the first free-to-play microtransaction game for the Xbox 360, Happy Wars, and microtransactions are coming to the Xbox 360 version of Call of Duty Black Ops 2.
Zen Studios has announced it will release its previously announced tower defense-real time strategy game CastleStorm in April for Windows 8 and the Xbox 360's Xbox Live Arcade.
A new report claims that revenues from sales of Xbox Live Arcade games reached $290 million in 2012, double the number in 2011, and Minecraft was by far the most downloaded game.
Microsoft has announced plans to publish Happy Wars, an upcoming Xbox Live Arcade title that will be the first free-to-play microtransaction-based game made for the Xbox 360.
Microsoft has announced the release dates and prices for the five Xbox Live Arcade games it will publish as part of the Xbox 360's annual Summer of Arcade event.
People who bought the Xbox 360 version of Minecraft who owned an SD television will be eligible for a refund due to the lack of information about needing an HDTV to play split-screen mulitplayer.
Microsoft has confirmed that in less than a week after its release, the Xbox 360 port of Mojang's hit sandbox game Minecraft has sold over 1 million copies worldwide.
NeocoreGames has announced plans to release The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing, a new action-RPG title for the PC and Xbox Live Arcade that will be released in late 2012.
Trials Evolution, the latest game in RedLynx's arcade motorcycle game series, has broken the Xbox Live Arcade record for the most one-day sales, reportedly selling over 100,000 copies.
Microsoft has announced that it will release the Xbox 360 version of the hit PC sandbox game Minecraft via Xbox Live Arcade on May 9th for 1600 Microsoft points.
A new rumor claims that the number of achievements available for developers to put into their Xbox Live Arcade games for Microsoft's Xbox 360 console is about to get a big increase.
A Microsoft executive admits that the Xbox 360's Xbox Live Arcade downloadable game service will eventually end as the line between downloadable only games and retail games merge.
Microsoft has announced it will put a new Xbox Live Arcade game on sale every day for the next 12 days for the Xbox 360 console. It has also cut the price of a number of other games until Jan. 2.
Microsoft has signed a deal with Blind Wink Productions, an entertainment company founded by movie director Gore Verbinski, that will allow the company to provide content for Microsoft's platforms.
Microsoft's head of publishing for Xbox Live Arcade games has announced that the company spends over $20 million per year to help fund the development of games for the console download service.
More Cyber Monday 2011 sales have been spotted including price reductions on four Xbox Live Arcade games, discounts at PC makers Alienware and OriginPC and more.
Microsoft will publish the first Xbox Live Arcade game from newly revealed UK game developer Starfire Studios, a top-down sci-fi action game called Fusion Genesis.
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A new and massive editorial from one half of the game developer 2D Boy claims that Microsoft's Xbox Live Arcade downloadable game platform is losing its appeal for talented indie developers.
Team Meat, the development team behind Super Meat Boy, have admitted they won't be working with Microsoft again for its next game, citing issues when Super Meat Boy was released for the Xbox 360.
A Sony representative has slammed Microsoft over its Xbox 360 publishing rules which say that it may choose not to publish an Xbox Live Arcade game if it debuts first on the Playstation Network.
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Microsoft has announced the games that are the winners of its 2011 edition of its Dream.Build.Play game developer competition.
Microsoft lifted the curtain a bit on the Xbox Live Policy and Enforcement Team that is assigned with keeping the online service free of hackers and other troublemakers.
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