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Microsoft put the Xbox One controller up for preorder. at the same price as what Sony is charging for the PlayStation 4—but it uses AA batteries. The company also Xbox One Chat headset.
Times are hard in Farmville as its owner, social games company Zynga reports that its user base has declined by almost a half in the past year.
If you're having problems signing into your Microsoft Xbox console, playing games, or watching video, you're not alone.
The debut of the legendary Halo series on Microsoft's next-gen platforms looks fun, but be sure to read the fine print.
Kicking back with a great video game is a terrific way to give yourself a break from the pressures of school. Here are a few basic tips to keep in mind when you’re choosing a gaming system.
Aggressive advertising messages aimed at children urging them to purchase goods for the game "Runes of Magic" are not permitted, the German Federal Court ruled.
When Microsoft ditched the Xbox One's Internet connectivity requirement, it also ditched some useful features. At least one could make a comeback, however.
Angry Birds Star Wars II is set to land on September 19, complete with a set to 30-plus toys that can be scanned into the game.
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer outlines how Microsoft plans to reinvent the future of documents, collaboration, anticipatory data, and gaming.
Here are our tips for making it through the much-anticipated 2013 Steam Summer Getaway games sale.
Game maker Konami said one of its online portals has been hit by a mass of illicit login attempts, with attackers gaining access to over 35,000 accounts, just days after Nintendo revealed a similar attack on one of its sites.
A Los Angeles-based distribution company, Writers’ Group Film Corp., says it will acquire Amiga Games Inc. (AGI), which reportedly has the rights to distribute more than 300 classic games. But if the games are classic Amiga or if the best Amiga games will be in this clutch is unclear.
Nintendo said a main fan site was hit by a wave of illicit login attempts in Japan over the last month, with attackers gaining access to nearly 24,000 accounts containing users' real names, addresses, phone numbers and emails information.