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  1. Microsoft: Demand Is ‘Super High’ For Xbox One X Launch Next Week

    by , 11-17-2017 at 07:09 AM

    For the last four years, Microsoft has played second fiddle to Sony’s PlayStation 4. There are a number of reasons why, including poor initial communication, an abrupt reversal on system features, a $100 higher price point, and an initial focus on multimedia capabilities as opposed to gaming. The fact that the Xbox One was generally slower than the ...
  2. Nintendo: Switch Will Beat Wii U Lifetime Sales in Just 1 Year

    by , 11-15-2017 at 09:12 AM

    Nintendo released an update to its yearly earnings forecast today, substantially increasing the amount of profit it expects to earn through the end of its fiscal year (Nintendo’s fiscal year ends in March, not on December 31).

    The Switch has had a dynamite year, outselling the PS4 and Xbox One at multiple points since its debut, and that trend ...
  3. Blizzard Unveils an Official World of Warcraft Classic Server, and We’ve Got Questions

    by , 11-12-2017 at 04:59 PM

    After more than a year of argument, meetings, random unofficial server mergers, and yet more arguments from various members of the community, we’ve finally got an announcement on Blizzard’s Classic Server push for World of Warcraft: It’s coming.

  4. Why You Should Buy or Upgrade to an Xbox One X

    by , 11-11-2017 at 04:57 PM

    Microsoft’s Xbox One X drops on Tuesday and it’s easily the strongest console ever built. Its GPU sports higher clocks and additional cores, its CPU is clocked a full 1.3x faster than the old Xbox One, and its unified GDDR5 memory offers vastly more bandwidth (and a much simpler memory architecture) than the Xbox One’s 32MB of cache + quad-channel DDR3 memory design.

    Hardware design, ...
  5. Unloved, Unlamented, Microsoft Finally Kills Kinect

    by , 11-11-2017 at 12:18 PM

    When Microsoft first launched Project Natal — later known as Kinect — it declared that the device would usher in a bold new world of gaming where our bodies would be controllers. Today, the last vestiges of that dream have finally died.

    According to Fastcodesign, Microsoft has finally ceased manufacturing the camera after selling more than 35 million of them over the past seven ...
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