This week’s coverage of E3 concludes with a look at the conference as a whole. Click on the links for a look at Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo, and the rest of the games. Chris: As I mentioned at the start of … Continue reading Chris and Shaun Review E3: Final Impressions
Chris: In years past, I’ve looked at E3 as having the potential to be the biggest day of the year for video games. It’s like Christmas, right? But that road only led to disappointment, especially the last couple years. I’m … Continue reading Chris and Shaun Review E3: Microsoft
As has already been covered on the site today, Microsoft had the breaking announcement that they will not have any restrictions on their content, and there will be no 24 hour online checks to make sure that you didn’t commit … Continue reading The Xbox Will Not Have DRM – We Did It!
Like Jason mentioned in his post, Microsoft has abandoned their stance on restricting used games sales and requiring frequent online check ins. I wanted to offer my second take, because, just like that, I’m interested in the Xbox One again. … Continue reading Microsoft announces change on used games, abandons always online for Xbox 1
As I’m sure many of you may have heard by now, the Xbox One has, officially, flipped its stance on practically every single kinda of DRM that the Xbox One had. No 24 hour internet connection check, no tying games … Continue reading Say Goodbye to Xbox One DRM
Microsoft has revealed they will be selling next generation, first party, Xbox One games at 60 dollars. Of course they did. I originally read this article on IGN, where the person reporting qualified this story by saying this was “good … Continue reading The disappointing $60 price of Xbox One games
Nintendo’s E3 Conference was good, not great. Unfortunately, it needed to be great. I won’t lie, the Smash Bros. announcement was by far the thing that excited me the most in the entire conference. When Mega Man was revealed on … Continue reading Nintendo’s E3 Conference: Beats Microsoft, Loses to Sony
Yes. Straight from E3, The Xbox One is 500 dollars. Many have immediately vented their anger at Microsoft for the crazy price tag. A smaller amount have been quick to point out that it’s still 100 dollars cheaper than the … Continue reading E3 2013 – Xbox One $500 Price Shows Microsoft is Out of Touch
Xbox One’s Disaster Reveal a Blessing in Disguise And the hits just keep on coming. It’s been a couple weeks since Microsoft unveiled their “future of gaming,” the Xbox One, to lukewarm reception, and as information has continued to roll … Continue reading Xbox One’s Disaster Reveal a Blessing in Disguise
I just don’t get it. I don’t. I thought gamers were taking part in the “video games” genre, yet all I watched for the last hour were tech demos, sports, a TV guide and a dog in Call of Duty. … Continue reading Xbox One: Feel the Excitement?