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Halo: Spartan Assault released for Xbox One with top-down fury

Halo: Spartan Assault released for Xbox One with top-down fury

This week the next Halo title has appeared for Xbox One - the first Halo title for the console - and it’s a top-down shooter. While we’re sure the most massive cross-section of gamers will be digging their fingernails into their kneecaps in anticipation of the next first-person shooter with Halo on its box, this will have to do for the moment. Developed by Vanguard Games and published by Microsoft Studios, this game also functions as a multi-player online battle arena title - blast away!

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Xbox One and 360 exclusive documentary series starts in 2014 with Atari Burial

Xbox One and 360 exclusive documentary series starts in 2014 with Atari Burial

There's a documentary series approaching the world which will cover a collection of oddities in our modern technological landscape, entirely exclusive to Xbox One and Xbox 360 and beginning with the Atari landfill. These folks begin with another exclusive - rights to the upheaval of a landfill stocked with massive amounts of the video game "ET the Video Game" tossed there after Atari saw "overwhelmingly negative" feedback in 1983. If this all seems interesting to you already, you'll be in for a real treat.

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Xbox Video arrives on Windows Phone 8

Xbox Video arrives on Windows Phone 8

Microsoft's video-selling kingdom has arrived in Xbox form for their mobile devices in the Windows Phone 8 Xbox Video app. This app takes on all the abilities of the Xbox One's Xbox Video app, delivering you access to your account on the go. This app allows you to both buy and watch videos on your smartphone, adding these videos to your account that you can then watch on your Xbox One as well.

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Xbox 360 users rejoice: Microsoft hasn’t abandoned you

Xbox 360 users rejoice: Microsoft hasn’t abandoned you

While users of the recently past generation of gaming consoles could very well be (rightfully) worried about the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 taking away support from their precious Xbox 360 and PS3 units this season, Microsoft appears to be keeping scares at bay. What the company is doing instead is reassuring the public that they'll be continuing to push not only support for the thousands and thousands of Xbox 360 users in the world today, they'll be unveiling new projects in the near future. This begins with the 2014 Xbox 360 game countdown.

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Xbox original programming to debut as early as Q1 2014

Xbox original programming to debut as early as Q1 2014

Microsoft Xbox Live subscribers could see original Xbox programming as early as the first quarter of 2014. The news came yesterday by way of a Variety Dealmakers Breakfast appearance by Microsoft's president of entertainment and digital Nancy Tellem. She delivered a few details and a progress report for the company's original programming initiative first announced in February of this year.

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GTA Online update brings DIY Deathmatch and Race Creators

GTA Online update brings DIY Deathmatch and Race Creators

Inside the world of Grand Theft Auto 5 and the GTA Online universe there's an update coming down this week that'll allow users to do-it-themselves in a whole new set of ways. The latest in create your own experience abilities comes with GTA Online's Race Creator and Deathmatch, both arriving in a sort of Beta mode here at the start for consoles. Both of these creator modes will be able to be shared with the Rockstar Games Social Club as well.

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Halo: Spartan Assault for Xbox One lands December 24th

Halo: Spartan Assault for Xbox One lands December 24th

Halo: Spartan Assault for Xbox One will land on December 24th, Microsoft has confirmed, though Xbox 360 owners will have to wait into the new year to get their hands on the much-anticipated game. The title - which slots in-between the plots of Halo 3 and Halo 4 in the in-game universe - will be offered as a digital download for the next-gen console, after having gone on sale for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 users earlier in 2013, though there'll be some new tweaks to suit the Xbox One.

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