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EA Access gives Xbox One players access to full games for a monthly subscription fee

EA Access gives Xbox One players access to full games for a monthly subscription fee

By 29 July 2014

EA has partnered with Microsoft to offer a new subscription service called EA Access. With either a monthly or annual membership to EA Access, Xbox One players will have access to several EA games. The new service is starting today for a select group... >>

Bungie's Destiny Beta now open to everyone, including those who didn't pre-order

Bungie's Destiny Beta now open to everyone, including those who didn't pre-order

By 25 July 2014

Those who didn't pre-order the video game Destiny will still be able to play the official beta tonight. Bungie has announced it will open the beta to everyone across the world, as it prepares for the launch of Destiny this autumn. "Today, at 4:00 PM PDT,... >>

Have you checked your PS4 today? NOW TV now available, Xbox One in 'coming weeks'

Have you checked your PS4 today? NOW TV now available, Xbox One in 'coming weeks'

By 24 July 2014

Sky has launched its NOW TV service on PlayStation 4. An application for the movie, sport and entertainment streaming service is now available to download on the console. The service has been available through PS3 for over a year, but this is the first... >>

Destiny Beta tips and tricks: Bungie's advice for surviving the game and levelling up

Destiny Beta tips and tricks: Bungie's advice for surviving the game and levelling up

By 23 July 2014

Today, 23 July, the Destiny Beta opens for Xbox One and Xbox 360 gamers. And the scheduled maintenance downtime for the PS4 and PS3 Beta versions has now been lifted. So what better time than to present a mighty swathe of tips and tricks for the game... >>

Microsoft previews Xbox One August update, will support mobile purchasing

Microsoft previews Xbox One August update, will support mobile purchasing

By 18 July 2014

Microsoft has detailed what you can expect in the next Xbox One update coming in August. Larry Hyrb, the head of Xbox Live who is widely known by his gamertage Major Nelson, published a blog post and video on Friday to explain what the update will bring.... >>

Destiny Beta first impressions:  Is it on course to be the best game of all time?

Destiny Beta first impressions: Is it on course to be the best game of all time?

By 18 July 2014

The Destiny Beta is finally here for Bungie to test its servers before the full game release on 9 September and we have to say that here at Pocket-lint we couldn't download it fast enough. That's partly to do with the fact that it's a mammoth 10GB (more... >>

PS4 still outselling Xbox One regardless of Microsoft price drop, but Nintendo is the winner in June

PS4 still outselling Xbox One regardless of Microsoft price drop, but Nintendo is the winner in June

By 18 July 2014

Microsoft is not having that good a time of late. Not only has it announced it needs to make 18,000 of its employees redundant globally and, in the process, shut down its Xbox Entertainment Studios and scrap plans for future video content, but it's... >>

Long live Xbox: Microsoft will continue to 'delight gamers', CEO promises in memo

Long live Xbox: Microsoft will continue to 'delight gamers', CEO promises in memo

By 10 July 2014

Although Microsoft has denied rumours it would spin off the Xbox games division, the company's new CEO has now sent a memo to employees that covers many forward-looking topics but most notably includes a restated commitment to gaming. After Satya Nadella... >>

Project Spark to leave beta and become free-to-play in October

Project Spark to leave beta and become free-to-play in October

By 9 July 2014

Project Spark, the game creation tool and system, will be released in the UK on 10 October, 7 October in the US. Currently available to Windows 8.1 and Xbox One owners as an open beta which will end, the full retail version will be a free download for... >>

Xbox One Kinect coming for PC on 15 July: Kinect for Windows v2 Sensor to cost £159

Xbox One Kinect coming for PC on 15 July: Kinect for Windows v2 Sensor to cost £159

By 7 July 2014

Windows PC owners will be able to dabble with the second generation Kinect sensor from 15 July, according to Microsoft Store listings in the US and UK. The Kinect for Windows v2 Sensor will cost £159 in the UK, $199 in the States, with free delivery and... >>