Once Halo Reach hits, bringing with it a brand new multiplayer experience and separate servers, does that mean Halo 3's multiplayer servers will be shut down?
When Halo 3 hit in the fall of 2007 there were celebrations, sick days and sales records broken. Two years later, when Halo sequel ODST made it into stores it couldn't match its predecessor's first day sales in two weeks.
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.
Crackdown 2's X10 showing last week wasn't rife with new information or details, but it did give us a, surprisingly, hands-off look at some neat new elements of free falling.
First things first: You can't take any two things you find in the zombie Vegas landscape of Dead Rising 2 and turn them into a weapon. But there are still plenty of weapon-crafting options in the upcoming action title.
We see a desert plain, distant mountains and a sky so light blue it's almost white.
Yesterday, Microsoft drew a green line in the sand, showing off much (but not all!) of the platform holder's lineup for the remainder of the year. There were screenshots, trailers, even interviews. Here's the pick of it all.
The Xbox Live Arcade remake of classic Nintendo 64 shooter Perfect Dark sings on the Xbox 360, mixing the game's original geometry with high-definition graphics and a silky frame rate without tinkering with the unique controls.
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.
I wasn't able to spot one of the new "fallen survivors" of Left 4 Dead 2's upcoming map pack, The Passing, but I did find one of its new weapons, a monstrous machine gun.
Sam Fisher may be missing his fancy green goggles in these screens, but you know what? He doesn't need them. That lovely sweater more than makes up for it.
Three major shifts in gameplay mechanics will make Fable III the most innovative entry in the popular role-playing game franchise, developer Peter Molyneux told a gathering of journalists today at Microsoft's X10 event.
Halo fans, make sure you have your copy of Halo 3: ODST handy in May, as Bungie and Microsoft have announced the official date you can start playing the Halo: Reach multiplayer beta.
As far as purchase incentives go it's no Halo 3 multiplayer beta, but Crackdown 2's preorder bonus armor is definitely...okay, I've got nothing.
Microsoft and Remedy released a new trailer for Alan Wake today. I love how he gets hit by a flying mine cart and just shrugs it off.
Valve is showing the first downloadable content pack for Left 4 Dead 2, "The Passing," at today's X10 event. The new campaign is now aiming for a March release, the start of new content for the zombie apocalypse shooter.
Microsoft confirms the March 9th release of a Final Fantasy XIII 250GB Xbox 360 bundle, noting that it's the only console outside of Japan to come bundled with the game.
Xbox 360 owners' wait for Dead Rising 2 just got a bit more tolerable, with the announcement of an exclusive playable prologue, Dead Rising: Case Zero, launching on Xbox Live prior to the game's release on August 31st.
Fable III is at X10. Alan Wake is at X10. Bungie is at X10, presumably with you-know-what. And so too is Kotaku. Brian Crecente has just hustled himself into Microsoft's big 2010 gaming showcase out in San Francisco.
Perfect Dark, remastered for the Xbox 360's Live Arcade with a 60 framers-per-a-second framerate, is making an appearance at next week's Xbox 360 X10 gaming summit in San Francisco.