Stuck with a gamertag that you are unhappy with because the one you really wanted was already taken? Good news! Microsoft announced that they will be releasing up to a million Xbox gamertags up for grabs.
Don’t worry, your tag is safe as long as it is an active account. Microsoft is looking specifically at accounts that have not been active since the original Xbox reign.
These handles will be becoming available starting May 18th beginning at 2 pm ET.
Interested? Check out the link here so you can reserve the one you have been eyeing awhile. Or who knows, maybe inspiration for that golden tag will strike before everything becomes fair game.
Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, announced that production of the Xbox 360 consoles will cease as of today. This comes as no surprise considering the console has been around for a little over a decade and focus has moved to further the development of the Xbox One. Since the introduction of backwards compatibility, the Xbox One has successfully given gamers a way to keep some of their beloved Xbox 360 titles, while moving into the current generation of console gaming.
Not sure which games in your collection are will work for the Xbox One – not to worry, there’s a list for that.
Phil Spencer also stated that support for the consoles will [...]
Microsoft announced their April lineup for their Game with Gold Xbox Live members earlier today for Xbox One and Xbox 360 players.
With Microsoft’s recent announcement of releasing a patch that enables gamers to purchase 360 games on their Xbox One digitally in addition to their ongoing efforts towards backwards capability, Xbox One owners are treated to not two, but four free games during this month. One of March’s freebies, Lords of the Fallen, will be extended out and will be available at the current deal until April 15th.
April’s freebies for Xbox Live members include the Microsoft exclusive Sunset Overdrive and The Wolf Among Us for the [...]
Ever since Microsoft said the Xbox One will have backwards compatibility, it makes me wonder do you really need it anymore? I understand the blasts from the past are always fun and can bring you to a happier time in your life. But really is it needed?
Having backward capabilities is always a plus when most games cost an arm and a leg. Tho some games would be hard to find or come by. Even downloading them from Live or PSN still is unbelievably expensive. Even remastered games come with a hefty price tag. Still they all bring joy to millions of gamers in the world. But what should you really pick; remastered, backwards compatibility, or [...]