Xbox One News

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Rumors are flying around the internet about a few topics Microsoft didn’t cover in their E3 games fest! One of the major topics is how will Xbox Live work once the Xbox One is available to buy in November. Well it looks like they have some pretty major changes on the way, they claim to have “rebuild live from the ground up” and it has opened up some changes which all fans have been waiting to hear about. Friends Live is getting more social, to start with the maximum number of friends you are allowed to add has been extended to 1,000. The extension is great, maybe over the years, on the Xbox 360, you have managed to cap your list, well good news you can now add more, you greedy people! You contact list will now also be stored in the cloud so you can still access it from a friend’s house, it will also update your Xbox 360 friends list if you do decide to load up your old console, which I think is a nice touch. Xbox One Live Monthly Fee Xbox Live will remain free and will still provide a wide and varied back catalogue of…
Before we reach the final part of our E3 summary I just wanted to show you the Xbox One box art which was also unveiled recently by Microsoft. They always say you should never judge a book by it’s cover, but right now we’re willing to judge them on anything we can get our hands on! I think the box looks simple and elegant, the matt black finish reminds me a little of the original IPod packaging, which I feel adds a touch of class to the shelf appearance of the console. Compare this with how the second generation Xbox 360 console was packaged, the new generation version is  far more sleek, and generally  much less glossy and I think may be aimed a little more at the older gamer, and when I say the older gamer I guess what I mean really is anyone over the age of 25. Graphically Microsoft have opted to use an effect known well to many Photoshop users, basically they have removed all colour with the exception of their iconic controller buttons, interestingly this includes using a white logo on black background rather than their green. It isn’t like Microsoft to mess with their…
Welcome back, today we are looking at a handful of the other Xbox One games announced or trailered at E3 2013. We are looking forward to the games we featured in our last article, but the games below all have something special offer to the Xbox market. The first game we cover is already a classic (in its own special way) it is of course: Minecraft: One of the most popular indie games to hit the market ever, and I’m really excited to see it make an appearance on the Xbox One, of course the game is relatively old now, and never made use of amazing visuals. Hopefully though its appearance on the new console will lead to further development from the team and could we be hearing about Minecraft 2 shortly? Battlefield 4 Battlefield is one of my favourite gaming series of all time. I played hours and hours on BF2142 and more recently played the PC version of Battlefield 3. The trailer for BF4 looks incredible, the map featured in the trailer will arrive on the Xbox One earlier than other platforms which is a nice perk. The console itself will run the game at incredible frame rates,…
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