I expected some major league FUD after the Xbox One X reveal. But the faux outrage over VR/MR has been particularly amusing.
Recent Xbox Stories
Microsoft has never made a profit selling Xbox consoles. And it looks like the Xbox One X won't be an exception to that rule.
When Microsoft announced its blockbuster plans to make Minecraft cross-platform compatible, the PlayStation 4 was notably absent from the list.
After weathering Microsoft's Xbox One X assault, Sony this week spoke to the strength of its own video game platform. And it has some big numbers to back up its claims.
The Xbox One X is exactly what Xbox fans have been asking for: the world's most powerful console. With no caveats. I love that.
While the Xbox One X reveal dominated the headlines from Microsoft's E3 press conference, the firm made another huge announcement: Minecraft is going cross-platform.
Microsoft's Xbox One X will usher in a new era of 4K gaming when it arrives this fall. But you won't need to buy new games to take advantage of its power and performance.
In yet another nod to the fans, Microsoft last night announced that it will bring original generation Xbox game titles to Xbox One Backward Compatibility.
Microsoft's Xbox One X will debut at $499, a reasonable premium price tag for a stunning premium video game console.
Microsoft has pulled back the covers on its next generation console and revealed all the details about Xbox Scorpio.
As an unabashed fan of Xbox One, I'm looking forward to tonight's "Project Scorpio" reveal. And like any Xbox fan, I have some expectations.
Microsoft is set to formally reveal its next-generation Xbox One console, Project Scorpio, this evening. But Xbox One S is now on sale for $50 off.
Tech enthusiasts have uncovered secret messages in a set of Microsoft teaser videos that may hint at the release date for the Xbox "Project Scorpio" console. Plus some other clues. Maybe.
Microsoft has released a few key stats about backwards compatibility usage and it's much higher than I would have expected.