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Xbox One Won’t Be Coming With A Headset

Xbox One Won’t Be Coming With A Headset One of the nice extras that came with some Xbox 360 models was a little headset. Sure, it was in mono only, but it allowed you to plug it in to your controller and be able to chat with folks and leave voice messages to folks. If you’re planning on getting an Xbox One and were hoping that it would come...
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Zumba Fitness World Party – You Can Dance If You Want To

Zumba Fitness World Party – You Can Dance If You Want To While not everyone is into dancing games, Zumba has a little flair of its own. Obviously, it’s big enough for actual classes to be showing up in gyms and dance studios, so you can imagine they’re doing something right. Of course, going to one of those would require flailing around in front of...
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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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Nyko Solves The “Second Screen Experience” Problem

Nyko Solves The “Second Screen Experience” Problem Whether you like it or not console makers as well as publishers are really pushing the “second screen experience”. And admittedly, it’s kind of cool in a way, because with that second screen (often in the form of a smartphone or a tablet)  you can use it to check stats not on the main...
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No Mod Support For Battlefield 4, Says DICE

No Mod Support For Battlefield 4, Says DICE If you were hoping to make up some custom mods in Battlefield 4, I’ve got bad news. DICE has no plans to make the game support mods. This isn’t surprising, considering howBF3 didn’t have any official mod support either. Officially it comes down to having the “right security”...
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