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Microsoft Announces They Too Have Sold 1M Consoles On First Day

Microsoft Announces They Too Have Sold 1M Consoles On First Day On November 15th Sony made some history by selling 1 million consoles during the first 24 hours after the PS4 launched. Besides the fact that there is obviously great interest in the PS4, that high number of consoles sold also proved that Sony was on the ball this time around with getting a huge number...
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Dolby 5.1 Support For Headsets To Come To Xbox One After Launch

Dolby 5.1 Support For Headsets To Come To Xbox One After Launch A lot of folks out there are audiophiles, wanting nothing but the best to come to their ears when it comes to gaming and music. Unfortunately, not every living space is conducive to a nice surround sound system, and not everybody has the money to spend on such a system. A good way to go, in that case, is to...
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Man Who Recieved Xbox One Early No Longer Banned From Live

Man Who Recieved Xbox One Early No Longer Banned From Live On November 8th Andre Weingarten got a big surprise when the Xbox One he ordered from Target (which he thought was just a pre-order) turned up at his house 2 weeks before the system was supposed to launch. That surprise was short-lived, however, when after a few hours of playing around on it he found that...
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Xbox One Won’t Support Gameplay Streaming Until 2014, New Twitch App Features Outlined

Xbox One Won’t Support Gameplay Streaming Until 2014, New Twitch App Features Outlined With the launch of the Xbox One just days away, Microsoft has just announced that live streaming from the console will not be available at launch. According to the details released today Microsoft stated their “goal is to deliver it during the first part of 2014.” This is definitely a big blow to come...
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Xbox One To Support DLNA Streaming, CDs

Xbox One To Support DLNA Streaming, CDs Between the Xbox One and the PS4, the fight has been in the PS4’s favor nearly from the beginning. From a cheaper price, to more favorable used game policies (at least until the Xbox One reworked its own policies to be in line with the PS4’s), the PS4 has been seen as the more gamer-friendly...
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Xbox One Color-Codes Achievements

Xbox One Color-Codes Achievements The Xbox One launch is moving steadily closer, and while we’ve learned most of the important details about the upcoming console, there are little ones coming out of the woodwork. Today we’ve learned something new, regarding the way the Xbox One displays achievements during multiplayer game...
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Use Of Real Name At Xbox One Launch Has Been Postponed

Use Of Real Name At Xbox One Launch Has Been Postponed Love it or hate it, the fact it many web services are pushing people to use their real names. It’s been a growing trend for years, and both Microsoft and Sony are letting players on the new Xbox One and PS4 use their real names instead of their account names if they want to. Of course, it isn’t...
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Microsoft Offering Free Xbox One Dedicated Servers To Developers

Microsoft Offering Free Xbox One Dedicated Servers To Developers When it comes to multiplayer games it really is best to have a dedicated server out there. After all, they tend to be a lot beefier than the kind of machines a lot of gamers have, with a stable internet connection, and there’s even the fact that there’s no host advantage to speak of as all the...
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