Larry Hryb, Xbox Live’s Major Nelson walks through the updates for Xbox One in the new September Update, including Media Player support, Party Leader support, SmartGlass updates and more. Check out the video and let us know what updates you are interested in.Read More
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Amazon has officially announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire Twitch Interactive, Inc., the leading live video platform for gamers. Here is what they had to say about the new acquisition:
“Broadcasting and watching gameplay is a global phenomenon and Twitch has built a platform that brings together tens of millions of people who watch billions of minutes of games each month – from The International, to breaking the world record for Mario, to gaming conferences like E3. And, amazingly, Twitch is only three years old,” said Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon.com. “Like Twitch, we obsess over customers and like to think differently, and we look forward to learning from them and helping them move even faster to build new services for the gaming community.”
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Larry Hryb, Xbox Live’s Major Nelson, chats with Richard Irving from the Xbox Engineering team to discuss the updates coming in August. New updates include the ability to Like, Share and Comment on your Activity Feed. Also coming in August is Mobile Purchase, where you can use Xbox One SmartGlass and the web to purchase Games and Add Ons with the option to have them download immediately to your Home console.Read More
Check out this video showcasing XBOX One’s July update. This update previews the upcoming achievement snap feature that is set to launch next month. With this new feature, gamers will be able to monitor their achievement progress and even search for help getting any achievement.
Look for this new update next month.Read More
In case you missed Microsoft’s E3 2014 entire press conference, take a look at the video above and watch the impressive show in its entirety. Microsoft came out guns blazing for this year’s E3 and we walked away very impressed. Be sure to read our official Microsoft press conference review right here as well.
E3 2014 was officially kicked off today with a very game-centric press conference from the good guys at Microsoft. Even though game-centric technically isn’t an official “word” per say, we can all understand one thing; Microsoft’s showing at this year’s E3 2014 was all about the games.
There were no boring charts or graphs and there wasn’t a weird celebrity showing to be found. The first half of the show was dedicated to experiences that we will be playing this year and most were pretty exciting. It was impressive to say the least and Microsoft displayed why their XBOX One is a force to be reckoned with.
Sunset Overdrive looks amazingly fun, Call of Duty Advanced Warfare was impressive as usual (complete with content hitting the XBOX One first), a ton of interesting indie titles were s...Read More