Fable could live on in a collectible card game that no one knew Lionhead was working on
Fresh reports suggest Microsoft will follow suit with a new console of their own next year, which is targeting VR
When Lionhead was considering a fourth Fable game, they wanted to take the series down a much darker route full of grim choices and macabre ideas.
Overwatch is going public next week, so that the rest of us plebs can get in on the action and finally shut the closed beta PC crowd up before the game rolls out later this month. It’s something you definitely don’t want to miss out on.
Microsoft has drawn the curtain on the Xbox 360, just a few months after its tenth birthday.
Quantum Break is a fine example of single-player action done right. But could Remedy Entertainment ever make a multiplayer game? The answer to that, is maybe.
Microsoft may be reconsidering whether or not to revive their asymmetric multiplayer game, according to sources who worked on Fable Legends.
Current Gears of War producer Ron Fergusson is looking to fine-tune the multiplayer experience beyond the “under-served” offerings of past games.
The Xbox NeXt has been leaked by an Xbox employee resume. What could it be?
Xbox boss Phil Spencer isn’t a fan of anything other an a siginificant upgrade for the future of the console.
You’d think that Halo 5 would be a perfect match for a platform populated by players who’d happily gobble that space opera up while hurling slurs about your maternal lineage at you. You’d also be wrong.
Here’s the full list of backwards compatible old games released so far for your brand new Xbox One console, as of March 30.