Microsoft is about to reveal their next generation Xbox console, and our own Stephen Totilo is at the conference in Washington state to report to you live. Watch him liveblog the festivities right here.
From the time the Wii U was first unveiled right through to today, the eve of the new Xbox's unveiling, I've found myself feeling something very strange.
Microsoft is holding a conference tomorrow for their big reveal: the next Xbox. That means there is one day left for the Internet to have fun with rumors, jokes and parodies.
Here's a new rumor to add to the ever-growing pile of whispers about the next Xbox, which will be announced on May 21. Polygon says their sources tell them that the machine, code-named Durango, will be able to capture and share video; that it will have some form of always-on requirement (that may ring a bell),…
Editor's note: Superannuation is back this month for more not-so-hidden secrets dug up from the Internet. Amongst the handful of gaming whispers, it's no surprise to see mentions of a possible Next Xbox launch title with the reveal of the new console looming...
May 21. That's the day that Microsoft will, finally, put an end to all the rumours and speculation and heresay and whispers about the successor to the Xbox 360 and actually show us something.
The next Xbox will be Microsoft's third video game console. And there are already those who say the still unannounced machine is doomed. You see, some believe in a Third Console Curse.
Think you are upset about that Microsoft creative director's always-online remarks? No, you are not upset. Francis, however, is upset. Very upset.
Adam Orth is a creative director at Microsoft Studios. That places him pretty high up on Microsoft's video game chain of command. Not the top, but he's an important guy.
Japan loves foreign products—Apple, BMW, and even Red Wings shoes are popular here. Yet, there's the Xbox 360. Gathering dust on store shelves in cities like Tokyo and Osaka. Unloved. People in Japan just don't care! Poor Xbox.
For the second time this week, "SuperDae" is trying to offload an alleged Xbox "Durango" development kit.
Now that iconic game designer Peter Molyneux has left the studio he founded, many have wondered what might be next for Lionhead. According to several job listings, it might just be an MMO.
Obsidian's ill-fated 'North Carolina' game was slated for the next Xbox and published by Microsoft, according to sources familiar with the project who spoke to Kotaku today.