Should've seen this one coming: A developer at Harmonix has recorded a special Call of Duty Dog-themed take on the tune "Dogs" from their iOS game VidRhythm. Heh. They even got that Maya 3D dog gif in there.
Remember this? The console we used to call Durango was covered in black-and-white stripes? We couldn't show the pre-release machine to you then. But now you can see it, as featured on GameTrailers' Xbox One behind-the-scenes special and spotted on Twitter by @Talaviir. Maybe it was for security, maybe it was just to…
Microsoft tells Polygon that the great dev studio Rare will be bringing back one of its old series for Xbox One and will show it at E3. For the love of god, let it be Blast Corps! (It most likely won't be Blast Corps.)
I could not quote scripture in my late teens, but I could tell you how many gold pieces a 25 foot length of rope cost. The 2nd Edition Advanced Dungeons & Dragons sourcebooks were the religious texts of my teenage years, and today they've returned in truly epic form.
You probably heard Microsoft mention that the new Xbox One controllers have 40 new features to make them easier to use. That's true! But a few really take the cake. And the rumbling triggers are going to be the biggest.
The Xbox 360 was released on November 22, 2005. It had 18 launch titles. Now that the Xbox One has been revealed along with a few of its launch games, let's take a look back at the launch titles the 360 had, and see how they hold up.
In preparing the big reveal for the next Xbox, it seems Microsoft forgot all about how the current one works, because reports from Twitter show that a lot of people ran into problems today when they tried to watch the show on their Xbox 360.