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A quick look at Xbox Series X & PlayStation 5 specs
While we won’t go into every little detail, here are some hardware specs for both.
Xbox drops more hints about the Series X console
It’s quite possible that this means the death of the loading screen.
Xbox Series X console promises ‘four times the processing power of the Xbox One X’
Finally, Microsoft’s Project Scarlett has a proper name, and a proper face: The Xbox Series X.
NZ car retailers bringing test drives to a whole new level
Local car retailers are converting a new SUV into an Xbox controller, allowing customers to experience the capabilities of the vehicle while inside a virtual environment.
Ditch the disc: Xbox One S All-Digital Edition lands in NZ next month
It’s set to be a version of the Xbox One S with one distinctive difference: it has no disc drive.
Xbox has plenty to offer gaming fans, but Project Scarlett is still mysterious
Project Scarlett may be an intriguingly vague name for Microsoft’s new Xbox gaming console, although the company is giving little away about what it will actually be.
Inside Xbox brings exciting news for gamers
The huge Game Pass library is due to swell even more with the upcoming inclusion of some must-have heavy hitters.
Microsoft’s new project to bring gaming to the data centre
Data centres could soon be the crutch for the army of Xbox One gamers around the world with Microsoft's latest venture, Project xCloud.
Microsoft’s Project xCloud service will allow you to stream Xbox One games on any device
Not everyone in the world has enough money to buy a console as well as a decent HD or 4KTV to play on.
The first original Xbox games will be playable on Xbox One this week
The first batch of original Xbox games will soon be playable on the Xbox One. 13 games will be available for you to play from tomorrow onward.
Gamers, forget your enemies because burgers are now targeting you
After going on a rampage and massacring hordes of zombies from the comfort of your couch, the thing you want most is some greasy takeaway food right?
Project Cars 2 reveals its massive line-up of vehicles
Cars! Cars! Cars! This game boasts an impressive 180 vehicles curated from the world’s most elite brands.
Sneak peek at the new Xbox Scorpio specs
A confirmed “exclusive Xbox Scorpio reveal” will happen on Thursday 6th April, following speculation.
Interview: Speaking Quantum Break with Thomas Puha
Netguide had a chance to speak with Remedy Games' PR Thomas Puha about the studio's upcoming new game Quantum Break.
Xbox One Quantum Break preview gameplay video
Microsoft was kind enough to invite us to play Quantum Break on Xbox One. From what we have played so far, the game is no average shooter.
Many Xbox One games now coming to Windows 10 PC
Many former Xbox One exclusive games are now being released for Windows 10 PC. Microsoft wants both console and PC owners to feel happy.
March 2016 Games with Gold revealed for Xbox gamers
The March 2016 Games with Gold titles has now been officially revealed by Microsoft. There are more free games to play for Xbox LIVE Gold members.
Review: Rocket League on Xbox One is so much fun
Rocket League came out last year on PC and PS4 and took the world by storm. The popular game now releases on Xbox One and it's as fun as ever.
Microsoft reveals January's Xbox One backwards compatible 360 games
Microsoft has revealed the list of Xbox 360 games that are backwards compatible on Xbox One. This list includes new games added in January 2016.
Tyson enters the octagon in EA Sports UFC 2
One of the most iconic athletes of all time is coming to EA Sports UFC 2.
New Xbox One backward compatibility titles playable today
Microsoft has announced a new batch of Xbox 360 games that will be playable on the Xbox One console.
First Xbox One backwards compatible games revealed
A list of the first Xbox One backwards compatible games has now been released by Microsoft.
Rise of the Tomb Raider is one of the best games this year
Rise of the Tomb Raider is by far one of the best games to come out in 2015. It is everything you want in a video game and more.
Does Xbox One exclusive Halo 5: Guardians live up to the hype?
With Halo 5: Guardians now upon us, does the game manage to live up to the immense hype?