Microsoft just announced their plans for E3 2015: they’ve got their Xbox presser at the usual time (Monday, June 15 at 9:30am PT) and a daily live show they’ll be streaming from the conference floor. More info over on Major Nelson’s blog.
You don't have to be afraid of missing out on Outlast's scream-inducing fun any more, Xbox One fans. It's now available on Microsoft's latest console, Major Nelson announced in a blog post this morning. The terrifying survival horror game made it through our latest revision of the PS4 bests list, so Xbox One owners…
Good news for all the PC master-race-ers out there who prefer console-style controllers over the good ol' mouse-and-keyboard combo: Microsoft has finally made its Xbox One controller PC-compatible.
The Xbox One's interface has been a source of much delight and frustration in my household. Xbox Live's Major Nelson put together this nifty video to help befuddled folks like myself make sense of it all.
If you're following the brouhaha over the guy who got an Xbox One early and was then banned by Xbox Live, Major Nelson has since reached out via Twitter, and has said "his console will not be permabanned." See the link for the latest update.
I've never been a Kinect guy; if I had the option, I'd rather buy a $400 Kinect-free Xbox One than one saddled with an accessory I probably won't use all that much.
It stands to reason that Xbox Live on Xbox One would adopt the basic features of social networking—following friends, activity feeds and such. Larry Hryb of Xbox Live explains how all of that works in this video of the console's Friends app.
Next-gen is almost here: via Microsoft's Major Nelson, here's the first Xbox One console to come off the assembly line. Just two months until we get our hands on both next-gen systems.
The Xbox One we saw at E3 isn't quite the Xbox One the team at Microsoft has in their hands right now. They've been making a few tweaks to the system, Xbox exec Marc Whitten shared on Major Nelson's podcast today.
Fable Anniversary, an HD remake of the original Fable, is coming this year to the Xbox 360, according to this podcast, released this morning, from Major Nelson and Lionhead Studios' Ted Timmins.
A large chunk of the Xbox One reveal was dedicated to telling us that we don't watch TV the right way, and that Microsoft's new machine will help fix that. But don't worry! E3 will be different.
Microsoft's next generation console—named Xbox One, as we learned today—has finally been revealed. Major Nelson's panel to further discuss the new gaming machine follows the conference today, and you can watch it live right here.
The physical release of Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition has been delayed about a month, from April 30 to June 4. Major Nelson said the delay is necessary "to include the very latest content."
Call of Duty earned both the first and second spot of Major Nelson's annual Xbox rankings, which is a pretty impressive (if totally unsurprising) achievement for Activision's popular military shooter franchise.
Death, taxes and a shooter atop the chart of Xbox Live's top activity. Since Major Nelson has publicized the numbers, the most popular game on Xbox Live—this is according to unique users playing the game while logging into the service, not just those playing multiplayer—has always been a shooter. Gears of War. Halo.…