Building on what little we already know about the Xbox 360's successor, IGN claims that Microsoft's next game console will be six times more powerful than the current gen and will best out this year's Wii U by 20 percent.
You may think your boss is a bit of a blowhard, but when was the last time you threatened suicide over the way s/he treats you? Well, that's exactly what 300 employees of Foxconn, the Taiwan-based contract manufacturing partner to many of the world's tech giants including Microsoft and Apple, did on Jan. 2.
Three new game consoles to be shown off in one sweat-packed convention center in Los Angeles in early June? That's what MCV's telling everybody. The U.K.-based computer and video game source says that Sony and Microsoft will both show off successors to the PS3 and Xbox 360 alongside Nintendo's Wii U.
If, like me, you're looking to tidy up the entertainment center and cut the amount of boxes you have wired into your TV, then this bit of news might make you smile. The next Xbox might get DVR functions, allowing you to toss TiVo aside, once and for all.
With all the talk about a next-gen Xbox rising to the surface, it's only fitting that Joseph Dumary, designer of the PlayStation concept took a stab at conceptualizing Microsoft's next console. It's quite a wild imagining, even specs will definitely not make the cut for the 360's successor, but imaginative nonetheless.
So, today is the original Xbox's 10-year birthday celebration. Wow, it's already been that long eh? Funny, how 10 years ago, many gamers laughed at how Microsoft was the next Sega, but here we are, 10 years later, Xbox 360 sales leading the pack, and next-gen Xbox rumors in tow.
The hype train is expecting Microsoft to show a prototype for the next Xbox at next year's E3 video game expo and a rumored release to follow in late 2013. A new insider report claims the next Xbox is codenamed "Loop" and will run a modified version of Windows 9 (not Windows 8, but 9).
Despite the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 having been out for longer than previous generations' lifespans, they've still got some life in them yet. A new report states that Microsoft is planning a next-generation console launch for sometime in 2013.
No new Xbox 360 announcement...yet, but it's rumored that a few developers are already shifting game development to Microsoft's next console.
Late one balmy night toward the end of August, Eric had only seconds to live. Two males that he identified as Russians had forcefully entered his house, shot his son dead and scattered military-grade Claymore mines all across his lawn. In that moment, a barricaded bedroom door and a text to 911 were his only hopes at seeing another sunrise.