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7 min ago | Eurogamer
Iron Galaxy is part of Microsoft's ID@Xbox program, which enables the studio to self-publish on Xbox One.
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4 hrs ago | Eurogamer
Co-creator Robert Boyd confirmed the news to Eurogamer after Zeboyd appeared in Microsoft's list of approved ID@Xbox developers.
8 hrs ago | The Georgia Straight
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11 hrs ago | Gamasutra
Newsbrief: The Monster Hunter series continues to be a hit for Japanese game publisher Capcom.
15 hrs ago | Eurogamer
Developer Jamie Fristrom will self-publish the game on Microsoft's console after being approved for the ID@Xbox program .
16 hrs ago | Eurogamer
The boss of the company that owns Grand Theft Auto, Borderlands and BioShock reckons it'll take five years for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One to outsell their predecessors.
THE next battle of the consoles is officially underway. Microsoft's Xbox One and Sony's PlayStation 4 have both arrived to demand your hard-earned cash.
The best part about the holidays for gamers is the ridiculous amount of sales that take place between Black Friday and Christmas day.
"Call of Duty: Ghosts" is back on top of the UK Sales charts according to numbers released on December 2. The game takes back the #1 spot one week after falling behind "FIFA 14." It appears that the next generation consoles have helped sales of the game immensely, especially when taking into account that the PS4 is the fastest selling console in ... (more)
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After months of waiting, gamers on Friday finally got their hands on Microsoft's Xbox One, but not everyone was happy with their new console.
Xbox One owners are going to have to wait until sometime next year to get their hands on one of their console's most innovative features.
Last week it was the 3DS' turn to shine with great new releases such as The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds and DLC for Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies.
Besides the ongoing Black Friday sale Microsoft is currently running on the Xbox LIVE Games Store, a selection of games and DLC have had their prices slashed for today only.