Common sense prevails

Don Mattrick on the Xbox One: Since unveiling our plans for Xbox One, my team and I have heard directly from many of you, read your comments and listened to your feedback. I would like to take the opportunity today to thank you for your assistance in helping us to reshape the future of Xbox […]

Microsoft’s Xbox One indie support: None

The developer of the Oddworld games talking to Forbes: “For Xbox One they’ve granted us a license for New ‘n’ Tasty! but they still say you need a publisher. We don’t have a publisher so we’re not officially on the platform, even though we’re compatible, even though we’ll be ready to do it. Period. Essentially, […]

Microsoft losing the plot

We’re in the midst of E3 and it appears as if Microsoft are gradually losing the plot.  And to Sony’s credit, they’re going for the jugular. The fact that the XBOX One would in fact require an always on internet connection and would use that connection to prevent games from being traded or resold without […]

Xbox One wrap-up

Yesterday’s Xbox One announcement couldn’t have been more different from Sony’s PS4 announcement earlier this year.  In fact, you’d be hard pressed to think of a single way they could have made it more different. The Xbox event was short and to the point.  That left numerous gaps that people have been furiously trying to […]