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Microsoft Won’t Budge On Kinect, $499 Price Point

Microsoft Won’t Budge On Kinect, $499 Price Point With Microsoft’s Great Experiment dead before it got anywhere close to hitting store shelves, it’s got some people wondering if there are any other changes in store. While getting rid of the DRM and the restrictions on used games is a good start at making the system more accessible for...
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GameStop, GameFly Reacts To Xbox One’s Used Game Announcement

GameStop, GameFly Reacts To Xbox One’s Used Game Announcement As many of you are aware right now, Microsoft took the Xbox One and did a complete One-eighty on its used game and internet connection policies. In essence, they said that the people spoke, and they decided to listen as they decided to use Xbox 360-like policies for the Xbox One. That means no 24 hour...
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Microsoft Reverses Controversial Xbox One Policies

Microsoft Reverses Controversial Xbox One Policies Well, this was a little unexpected. In a surprise announcement yesterday, Don Mattrick, President of the Interactive Entertainment Business division let it be known that most of the controversial policies of the Xbox One have been reversed. While anger at the company, and thus lost revenue surely had...
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Xbox One Games To Retail For $60

Xbox One Games To Retail For $60 The Xbox One hasn’t exactly had the reception Microsoft was hoping for. While the console may end up being pretty good to play games on, many people have seen quite a few faults with the system and how its services work, from an online requirement to “check for updates”, to the fact that...
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Microsoft Says: If Your Account Is Banned, You Won’t Lose Access To Your Games

Microsoft Says: If Your Account Is Banned, You Won’t Lose Access To Your Games Ever since the Xbox One was announced, and details emerged about how it would work Microsoft hasn’t exactly had a great time in getting people excited for it. After all, when your competitor gives players more freedom to do what they want with their games, with a more powerful system and at a cheaper...
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PS4 Will Not Be Region Locked, Microsoft Delays Xbox One Launch In Asia [E3 2013]

PS4 Will Not Be Region Locked, Microsoft Delays Xbox One Launch In Asia [E3 2013] The excitement from last night’s Sony presentation has hardly died down today. There are still plenty of questions that need to be answered regarding the forthcoming console, but the company has been doing a pretty good job at keeping a steady stream of information coming, mostly coming from Shuhei...
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New Xbox 360 Console Is Smaller And Sleeker [E3 2013]

New Xbox 360 Console Is Smaller And Sleeker [E3 2013] While the main focus of Microsoft’s press conference was obviously the Xbox One, they did still have some love for the 360. The company promised that there will be “hundreds of games” published on the aging console over the next few years. What’s more, they unveiled a newly redesigned Xbox...
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Germany Isn’t Pleased With Xbox One’s Privacy Concerns

Germany Isn’t Pleased With Xbox One’s Privacy Concerns The Xbox One has really ran through a gauntlet this first week after being announced. From ambiguities over its used game policy, to its apparent required internet connection, its been getting slammed back and forth from gamers everywhere. However, one of the biggest issues involving the new system is the...
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