Tag Archives: Microsoft

Xbox One: We’re Sorry – Inside Gaming Daily

Xbox One is a Failure? Not yet. – Inside Gaming Daily

Is Gears of War Dead? – Inside Gaming Daily

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Microsoft Announces 2 Million in Xbox One Sales

Right on pace with Sony’s PS4… Continue reading

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List of Indie Developers Working on Xbox One Games Announced

“We’ve shipped dev kits to more than 50 studios…” Continue reading

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Major Nelson Promises Fix for Xbox One’s Busted Party Chat

Don’t party too hardy in the meantime. Continue reading

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Xbox One: The (Not Really A) Review

It’s time for us to tell you what we think of how the Xbox One handles, plays, its features and functions… Continue reading

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December’s Games with Gold Titles Revealed

Gears of War and Shoot Many Robots free with your subscription… Continue reading

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Microsoft Offering Free Game for Busted Xbox Ones

Your move, Sony. Where’s my free game?! Continue reading

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Xbox One Sells Over a Million Units in 24 Hours

Meanwhile, Microsoft comments on busted disc drive issues… Continue reading

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Xbox One Launch Sees Reports of Busted Disc Drives

Xboned. Continue reading

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No Dolby Support for Xbox One Launch

Sounds bad. Continue reading

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Crimson Dragon Gets Update Before Xbox One Launch

The development on this one seems to dragon. Continue reading

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Microsoft Doesn’t Want You Updating Xbox One via USB

Posts instructions on how to do so, then removes them… Continue reading

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Please Enjoy these Kinect Command Cheat Sheets

Sign language. Continue reading

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Xbox One to Lack Gameplay Streaming at Launch

Ex-stream-ly disappointing. Continue reading

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Want to Know what the Xbox One Cheevos Look Like?

Then you should click this post! Continue reading

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Xbox One Launch Game Install Sizes Revealed

I’ve always been told it’s not the size that counts. Continue reading

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Microsoft Reveals Xbox One’s App Launch Lineup

Hey, look, the Machinima app. Continue reading

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Xbox One to Support Eight Person Party Chat at Launch

Xbox 360-to-Xbox One chat, however, will not be allowed due to “a variety of technical reasons.” Continue reading