Lead: The release date of Xbox 720 is just around the corner. Although we have no idea about the specific items, but recently, a foreign website published a list of games that have been identified to land on , which excited many platers.
Apart from halo 5,the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and many other popular games,the latest games of call of duty series was also been leaked the release date in some foreign websites.
Ryse is a game with exclusive (more…)sensor which was first named as Codename: Kingdom and official reveled at E3 2011. The game was in the charge of Crytek studio who is also responsible for Crysis series. The game is occurred in the ancient Roman Empire and players combat with enemies with their arms by take advantage of Kinect sensor. Although there has been no news recently, an anonymous source reported that the the Crytek studio and Microsoft Studios has been re-worked into a next-generation game. More precise Kinect sensor will make the game fully developed and used.
Recently,Forbes reported that the next-generationof Microsoft which will be released on May 21 was final named “Xbox Infinity“.
Now the next-generation Xbox has been called asby people, whose code name is Durango. However, Forbes reported that an “official leak” photo circulating on Twitter and Reddit shows that the final name of next-generation Xbox is Xbox Infinity.
Paul Thurrott, who previously revealed the launch date of ,namely,May 21,has again broken important news ,the most important of which are the price and date of availability of this new machine.
Officially released(for the end-users):Microsoft will officially reveal the details of the next-generationas well as new games in E3 Expo in early June this year.
Developer-oriented release:According to the information on “Build”，Microsoft is likely to talk about the next generation Xbox’s development platform in the Build General Assembly which held in San Francisco at the end of June. (more…)
The rumours abouthas been circulating for a long time. However, when on earth will it meet with us? Microsoft now give us a confirmed answer.
In the morning, Microsoft sent a invitation to media said,the next-genwill officially be unveiled on May 21, 2013 at 10:00 AM in Redmond headquarter, Washington. Then the company spokesman declared that the launch marks the beginning of new era with new game, TV and entertainment. (Xbox.com, Xbox LIVE and Spike TV will provide American and Canadian customers with live broadcast. )
Forget theor Durango or any of the other names the rumor mill has given Microsoft’s next game machine. Word on the street today is that the next will be called — or perhaps more likely: Xbox Infinity.
The Xbox rumor mill lit up Tuesday as word made the rounds that Microsoft received the rights to the domains Xbox8.org and Xbox8.us.
It all started when Fusible.com reported that the domains, held by a Chinese cybersquatter, had been turned over to Microsoft by the National Arbitration Forum, which handles international domain disputes. The organization ruled against the cybersquatter in two separate decisions (check them out here and here). In addition to the Xbox8 domains, it also handed over to Microsoft xboxcompanion.com, xboxlivetv.com, xboxphone.com, and xboxtablet.com. (more…)
The hype for a next-generationconsole is well and truly hotting up; more-so since the news hit that Microsoft are rolling out production of developer units that feature an Oban chipset manufactured by IBM.
Whilst the next-gen Xbox is commonly known and referred to as an (more…)– it was previously rumoured due to an MS Nerd source as codename ‘Loop’, whilst other sources point to the direction of ‘Xbox Infinity’. Would it shock you so much that Microsoft are pondering over naming the third generation , which just so happens to be an eighth generation home console, “ ″ in line with Windows 8, Windows Phone 8 that will fluently all interconnect with each other.
Theconsole is apparently in the manufacturing stages. According to an IGN source, assembly of the next-generation hardware started recently at the Austin, Texas branch of Flextronics. This is the same electronics company currently assembling hardware, and is the manufacturer of the original Xbox.
Prior to reaching the manufacturing stage, Flextronics created a new testing group separate from the rest of the company. This team was solely dedicated to comprehensive marketing, software, and hardware tests of the Xbox 720. With that activity concluded, Flextronics started building the hardware — but that doesn’t necessarily mean we’ll see the Durango soon. (more…)
While the lineup of next-gen consoles including Sony“Orbis,” Microsoft and Nintendo Wii U are still not near their launch time frame. However, their predecessor flagship model’s favorite games are surely in line up with their sequel releases for this year.
Halo 4 is the most-awaited eighth installment of the Halo franchise and is being developed for the (more…). This is the game that helped 360 leap ahead of all other consoles and emerge as the leader in the gaming console market.
If the rumors are correct and both consoles ship for Holiday 2013, thewill beat the by a couple of months at most.
Additionally, Sony has managed to gather a lot of ill will in the gaming community and beyond. You can trace this back as far as the CD rootkit scandal of 2005. Or maybe it was Sony’s Ken Kutaragi suggesting that gamers should work more hours in order to pay for the super-expensive launch. Sony became famous for its arrogance and a lot of gamers aren’t yet ready to forgive.
Sony is also reeling from a bad year, cutting 10,000 jobs and reporting a $6.4 billion loss. What will this mean for the PS4? It’s hard to say, though games are one of the 3 main focuses for new Sony President Kaz Hirai’s turn-around plan (the other two are mobile and digital imaging). With so much emphasis on Sony’s gaming business, maybe the company can make amends with the gaming community. (more…)
Can you imagine the raw power of a costly enterprise server in your next game console? This seems to be the latest rumor on the upcoming Microsoft console (aka, the) from the rumor mill. According to UK-based World magazine, the console could be equipped with a 16-core IBM PowerPC chip reportedly found in some early development machines.
While a powerful CPU would be a nice boost for enabling more intelligent game engines, it’s actually the GPU that takes care of complex graphics rendering such as tessellation and anti-aliasing. Confused? Think lifelike texture and smooth jaggies-free outlines of your game characters for starters. (more…)