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  1. Microsoft Is Accepting Sign-Ups for xCloud Game Streaming Preview

    by , 09-27-2019 at 11:19 AM
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    Numerous technology powerhouses are investing in game streaming services, not the least of which is Microsoft. The company has shown off its xCloud game streaming a few times, including one suspicious on-stage demo. Now, it’s gearing up for the first wave of beta players, and you can sign up for a chance to get ...
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  2. Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo

    by , 08-08-2019 at 11:44 AM


    Loot boxes have been controversial since they were introduced. That controversy was turbo-charged back in 2017, when EA and DICE decided to make the entire economy of Star Wars Battlegrounds II entirely dependent on randomized loot box drops and insanely long grinds. That particular shameful cash grab ...
  3. Microsoft Announces Xbox Game for PC

    by , 06-01-2019 at 05:01 AM


    Microsoft launched its subscription-based Xbox Game Pass in 2017, and the service has proven popular with avid console gamers. There has always been limited PC integration with Microsoft-developed titles, but the company’s new initiative goes a step further. The new PC version of Game Pass will bring more than 100 games to PC on a subscription basis. ...
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  4. Microsoft Announces ‘Xbox All Access’ Plans

    by , 09-03-2018 at 06:03 AM


    Microsoft is looking to make it even easier to get into its gaming ecosystem with Xbox All Access. This new limited time program lets you finance a new Xbox console with online gaming services for a single monthly price. You’ve got your choice of the Xbox One S or Xbox One X, but you can only get this deal in a Microsoft ...
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  5. Microsoft Replaces Xbox Support Reps With Unpaid Volunteers

    by , 06-05-2018 at 09:39 AM


    The next time you reach out to Microsoft’s Xbox support, you might not be talking to a Microsoft employee — or an employee of any kind. According to a new report, Microsoft has replaced most of its paid social support staff with unpaid “Xbox Ambassadors.” In some cases, the support reps who were let go spent their final weeks of employment training the ...
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