Words cannot describe. Fortunately we have this video, featuring HipHopGamer and Microsoft's product manager Aaron Greenberg, which does an ample job of describing.
In the two years he's been the executive producer for Microsoft's E3 appearance, Aaron Greenberg's brought The Beatles on stage and tonight, Cirque du Soleil. He expects to be asked how he'll outdo that, and he doesn't have an answer.
In a recent interview Microsoft's director of product management was asked why there was no browser on the Xbox 360, and if one will ever be made available. Don't bet on it anytime soon.
Did you miss the live version of today's Kotaku Talk Radio call-in podcast? Download it now to hear what Xbox 360 product manager Aaron Greenberg has to say, then subscribe so that you don't ever miss it again.
Join us live today on CBS Radio for our latest episode of Kotaku Talk Radio. It is time to talk Halo Reach, Xbox Live, Project Natal with the product manager of all things Xbox 360.
Join us live today on CBS Radio for our latest episode of Kotaku Talk Radio with the Xbox 360's director of product management.
This Wednesday, the director of Product Management for Xbox 360 and Xbox Live, Aaron Greenberg joins us for our weekly podcast. Just how big can this podcast get? You'll have to ask Aaron.
Microsoft's robust X10 video game showcase this week in San Francisco was just the tip of the iceberg for the Xbox 360's 2010 offerings, Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg told Kotaku.
Like Nintendo's currency of the same name, Microsoft's "Points" have been confusing people since they were first released, humans being accustomed to think of money spent in terms of, well, money spent. Not some abstract points scheme.
Microsoft says that it's planning on bringing "entirely new original experiences to life" with the addition of Project Natal's controller free add-on later this year, not on reworking already existing games to make them Natal ready.
This year, 2009, isn't yet over, but Microsoft is already talking about next year — namely the biggest game of next year. That game, says Microsoft, will be Halo: Reach.
Get ready to for some corporate gloating, Microsoft-style, in the coming days. According to the company's Director of Product Management for Xbox 360 and Xbox Live, the Xbox 360 just had its "biggest sales week of the year."
Time for the baseball analogies! Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg compares the console wars to a game of baseball. So, batter up.
The Xbox 360 is cheaper. The PS3 is cheaper. That means that both are, well, cheaper for people to buy. And that means more people buy the consoles.
There are no plans for a slimmed down version of the Xbox 360, Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg told Kotaku.
Today, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer indicated that the company would be releasing a new Xbox 360 in 2010, one featuring a built-in camera. That seemingly confirmed a new hardware configuration with the company's Project Natal built-in. Microsoft's official word?
Over the weekend, 1UP ran a rumour that a new Xbox console would be launching next year, to coincide with the release of Microsoft's Project Natal motion-sensing camera. Today, Microsoft responds.
Xbox 360, PC, Wii, doesn't matter, everybody loves online user statistics. Especially when, they get into the billions, as was revealed by Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg last week.
Three flashing red lights on the Xbox 360 represents "general system failure." Nicknamed "The Red Ring of Death," this system failure has plagued the Xbox 360 console for years.