The head of Microsoft’s Xbox division, Phil Spencer, reacts to today’s official Nintendo Switch announcement, declaring to be ‘impressed’ by the reveal.
A remastered version of Destroy All Humans! briefly appears on the PlayStation Store for PlayStation 4, and is rumored to have its official launch soon.
Footage of the forgotten Metallica-themed video game Damage Inc. appears online, showcasing the cancelled project’s vehicular combat-focused gameplay.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer discusses the future of the Xbox One and PC Play Anywhere program, suggesting that third party game developers will participate eventually.
The Xbox One backwards compatible library of games gets beefed up a little with four new titles announced, which includes the arcade classic Dragon’s Lair.
Rockstar Games quietly releases the PlayStation 2 game Red Dead Revolver on the PlayStation Store for PS4, complete with enhanced visuals and trophy support.
Seamus Blackley, one of the co-creators of the original Xbox, tells the gaming world how he really feels about the oft-maligned first Xbox controller design.
According to market analysis from MCV, the release of the Xbox One S might be the cause of a massive uptick in UK sales for Microsoft’s slimmer console.
Major Nelson announces via Twitter that Call of Duty: World at War is now available on Xbox One via backward compatibility, along with three other new games.
To celebrate the release of open world racer Forza Horizon 3, Microsoft reveals a competition to win a one-of-a-kind Xbox One S modelled after the $2 million Lamborghini Centenario.
Microsoft announces that the Samsung Gear VR will support the new Xbox One controllers via bluetooth, a feature coming soon to Minecraft: Gear VR Edition.
Four games join the Xbox Games With Gold program in October 2016, including both Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings and The Escapists each on the Xbox One.
In a recent interview, Microsoft Studios Publishing general manager Shannon Loftis confirms that all first-party Xbox One Project Scorpio titles will run at native 4K.
A brand new Dead Rising 4 trailer shows Frank West returning to the mall plaza of Willamette, a location that should seem familiar to fans of the first game.
In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, BioShock series creator Ken Levine discusses a cancelled Zelda-like project that was in development at Irrational Games.
Microsoft’s head of the Xbox division states that the failed reboot of Rare’s first-person shooter GoldenEye 007 always boils down to being about a ‘rights issue.’
343 Industries releases some brand new artwork for the upcoming downloadable content pack for Halo 5: Guardians, revealing a new map and various weapons in the process.