Following the termination of points, Microsoft is launching a new mechanism to reward its gaming community.
Following the announcement of Points retirement, Microsoft is killing its Xbox.com PC Marketplace on August 23.
Simple DirectMedia Layer version 2.0 has been released after being in development for years and the release comes with good news for small developers.
Microsoft’s much maligned Points will be breathing their last and gamers would no longer have to deal with them after the next Xbox 360 system update.
Amidst declining sales and reports of making loss on Wii U, Nintendo has filed a lawsuit against HackYourConsole.com.
Unlike gaming heavy weights like Microsoft and Sony, NVidia has opted to open up its operating system and allow developers to tinker around.
Sony has taken a completely opposite course of offering game recording feature as compared to Microsoft, which is going to make the feature available to Xbox Live Gold subscribers only.
Microsoft will seemingly have a 15 day head start with the launch of Xbox One scheduled for late November as compared to Sony PlayStation 4’s mid-December launch.
Plants vs. Zombies 2 has been made available early in Australian and New Zealand app stores despite the delay in its US launch, which is now about to happen on July 18.
Nintendo has revealed that it has detected illicit logins in nearly 24,000 accounts on one of the main fan sites in Japan ‘Club Nintendo’ and account details such as real names, addresses, emails and phone numbers may have been accessed.