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Original Xbox games are still coming to Xbox One

Out of all the current consoles on the market, Microsoft’s Xbox One is by far the most impressive when it comes to backwards compatibility. At the moment there’s a huge list of Xbox 360 titles that can be played on the Xbox One. While that list continues to grow, Microsoft

Master Chief rides into battle on the Xbox One X

As we approach the release of the Xbox One X, Microsoft is ramping up the hype for it. While most gaming outlets are focused on the games and how they perform, Microsoft is letting some tech outlets actually get at the insides of their super-powered gaming console. The Xbox One

Microsoft discontinues original Xbox One

Microsoft has officially stopped selling new Xbox One consoles in the US and UK. Technically, they are shown as “sold out” on the Microsoft Store. It seems the original version of the console that launched in November 2013 has finally been retired. The original Xbox One, that looked a hell

Xbox One Getting Four Halo Games; DLC Will Be Free

It’s been a long time since we’ve heard anything major about the Halo series. Developer 343 Industries is quite possibly deep in development on the next installment in the franchise, but it hasn’t said anything official about the game just yet. Despite this silence, the studio still is working on

Minecraft On Switch Requires An Xbox Live Log-In

Minecraft is getting a big new update soon that unifies it across most platforms (except for PlayStation devices). As a result, Minecraft players on Nintendo Switch will be able to play with those on Xbox One or PC. One of the interesting consequences of this new, unified platform is that

Xbox Scorpio release date news, price update

The Xbox Scorpio has been confirmed as the most powerful console yet that will hit the market in 2017. It benefits from an upgraded list of hardware specs that put out in front of its rivals, the PS4 Pro and Nintendo Switch. This latest games news may have fans pondering

Halo 6 Won’t Be Shown At E3 In June

You can set aside any hopes of seeing the next main entry in the Halo series at E3 next month–developer 343 Industries says Halo 6 won’t be at the show. Responding to a comment on Reddit, Halo community manager Brian Jarrard shared the news, stating, “[W]e’ll have a little something

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