The Navy Plans to use Xbox 360 Controllers on Submarines

Hopefully they don’t need that awful D-Pad for anything. No joke. The Navy plans to use Xbox 360 controllers on its submarines. Specifically, as a replacement for $38,000 proprietary joysticks used to control periscopes. They have a lower learning curve for service members to boot. And the best part? Xbox 360 controllers are everywhere. If it... Read More | Share it now!

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Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition “Fastest Selling Xbox Pre-order Ever”

I don’t get it. That’s right; The Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition sold its preorders faster than anything else Microsoft has released recently. So fast, in fact, that you probably won’t get one now if you didn’t jump on it. Pretty much all of them are sold out. Xbox’s Corporate Vice President of Marketing¬†Mike... Read More | Share it now!

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Age of Empires Definitive Edition Gameplay footage

What’s old is new again. While Age of Empires 4 was recently announced, that’s not all for the series right now. Age of Empires Definitive Edition is coming, and it’s giving the first game a hard polish. While the graphics have been given a facelift, the menus and interface are just as they were back in the day. Which, in my... Read More | Share it now!

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Age of Empires IV Announced

And… that’s really it. Yes, aside from the announcement, it’s slim pickings on info. But the game is in development. And the team working on it is Relic Entertainment, known for Company of Heroes, among other things. They’re pretty proud to be working on it, too. 1997 gave us two things that shaped who we are today: the start... Read More | Share it now!

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No Non-Microsoft Web Browsers for Microsoft 10 S

It’s basically the stuff made for schools, guys. Microsoft has taken aim at Google’s Chromebook/ChormeOS combo machines designed for schools. Meet Windows 10 S, a stripped down version of windows made for schools and teachers. And, oh yeah, hope you like Windows Edge, because you can’t install another browser with the system. The... Read More | Share it now!

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Microsoft Unveils the Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition

I think we got the wrong takeaway, here; adding that doesn’t make the name better, guys. Did you think Microsoft was just sending the Xbox One X out into the world on its own? I sure hope not. Because it’s getting its own special edition version: the Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition. Aside from being an Xbox One X, and thus having all... Read More | Share it now!

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Microsoft Trying to get Rural America Online

Will still be less expensive than the Xbox One X… probably. Microsoft (as well as other producers) have always seemed to have one problem; distribution in rural areas, specifically via internet. Most smaller, rural towns don’t really have the sort of infrastructure that make multi-gigabyte downloads (say, games or movies) feasible. But... Read More | Share it now!

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Microsoft’s Xbox One X selling at $0 Profit Margin

Phil Spencer confirms; cost of production unknown Far more systems than you might imagine have been sold with no initial profit margin, or even at a loss. And if you saw Microsoft’s E3 Presentation, you might guess where this is going. Most of those systems had exclusives that made you willing to buy the system and games in the first place;... Read More | Share it now!

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Microsoft’s Xbox E3 Presentation Recap; New One X Console Will Run You $500

Xbox unveils historic E3 lineup with 42 new games including 22 with console exclusivity (on the old console). Sunday marked a pretty boring Xbox E3 Briefing as Microsoft unveiled the world’s most powerful console, Xbox One X (formerly code-named “Project Scorpio”) and its largest and most diverse games lineup in E3 history. It only... Read More | Share it now!

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