Anyone recall Xbox Live Primetime, Microsoft’s push to do game shows on Xbox Live? No? That’s probably because 1 vs. 100, based on the television show of the same name, was the only one Microsoft ever produced.
People sometimes forget that 1 vs. 100, the MMO gameshow offered by Xbox Live from 2009 to 2010, is based on an actual gameshow of the same name and format, running in several countries, including the U.S. from 2006 to 2008. Though Microsoft declined to bring it back for a third season, it'll be resuscitated as a…
Microsoft has a lot they want to talk about at this Consumer Electronics Show: Their big Kinect sales numbers, the future of that tech, their new phone. But they also have a few things they're not keen to discuss.
It looks as if the studio that brought us Xbox Live's 1 Vs. 100 has a new episodic game show in the works, as beta test emails go out for Microsoft Game Studios' Full House Poker.
Just as we suspected, Microsoft confirmed today that there will be no third season for their Xbox 360 version of 1 Vs. 100 and that the game won't be returning.
This morning's news that Microsoft was killing off their Xbox Live video game show 1 Vs. 100 didn't come as a surprise for a lot of people, including those working on the project. But what happened?
When Microsoft brought television game show 1 Vs. 100 to the world of Xbox Live it was heralded as the first step toward transforming the Xbox 360's online service into an entertainment channel of its own.
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When it launched, Xbox Live game show 1 vs. 100 was an experiment. Its success could mean a whole new slate of television-like programming for the gaming console.
No doubt flushed with the unexpected success of it all, Microsoft this morning released some statistics for their Xbox Live party/quiz title 1 vs 100. Most importantly, that it's been downloaded 2.5 million times.
Last night on 1 vs. 100, it sounds like host Chris Cashman let slip that this coming week the game show's beta is over, and players can finally take home Microsoft points.
1 Vs. 100 Live, the first Xbox 360 game show for Microsoft's Xbox Live Primetime push, is currently in beta testing. Originally pitched as a free game for Xbox Live Gold subscribers, it appears Microsoft may begin charging for it.
1 vs. 100, the free Xbox Live game show open to, theoretically, everyone, is telling U.S. players "the game session is full" on the first day of the beta.
Deux-deux-deuxs and Cuban cigars are joined by the 1 vs. 100 closed beta on the list of semi-forbidden indulgences Americans are sneaking from across the great northern border. Virtually of course.
For Xbox Live Gold members playing Microsoft's next experiment, Achievement points — lots of them — will be free.
Microsoft wants to make gaming a prize-winning endeavor with a console-first massively-multiplayer trivia game for Xbox 360. Is a giant game show just what Xbox Live needed?
We can close up shop now, video gaming has reached its highest possible pinnacle as TV's Bob Saget gets on the cover of a Nintendo DS game. Destination Software Incorporated today announced the video game adaptation of the hit game show 1 vs. 100, which pits a player against a mob of 100 people in an all-out fight to…