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Call of Duty: Ghosts Snoop Dogg voice pack video gets “bizzy”

Call of Duty: Ghosts Snoop Dogg voice pack video gets “bizzy”

There’s nothing like a good ol’ dose of "dee oh double-g" to bring a piece of media up to snuff with infamy. That’s exactly what the folks at Activision and Infinity Ward decided and laid down cash for in Call of Duty: Ghosts this week, preparing Snoop Dogg for an MP announcer role in a download pack available on April 22nd, 2014.

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Batman’s 75th Birthday: here’s how you celebrate

Batman’s 75th Birthday: here’s how you celebrate

While the first appearance of Batman took place on March 30, 1939 in Detective Comics No. 27, several celebratory events and releases are being made this week. Lighting up more successful video games than any other comic book character, Microsoft has decided to take this week to dunk Xbox users into Gotham’s finest titles with discounts galore - just in time for Easter, too!

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Titanfall update today: what you get and how to get it

Titanfall update today: what you get and how to get it

Today the folks at Respawn Entertainment have let it be known that quite a few changes are coming to Titanfall for Xbox One, PC, and Xbox 360 builds. This update brings on Private Matches in Beta mode, Party Colors, Auto-Titan Color in Obituary, Menu Changes, Game Version notes on Main Menu, and a number of Game Balance Changes. One massive set of bug fixes are in the mix as well.

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Game of Thrones premiere free streaming hits Xbox

Game of Thrones premiere free streaming hits Xbox

Starting tomorrow, Xbox 360 and Xbox One owners can watch the premiere of season four for free. The free streaming offer is a limited time promotion, and is a bid on HBO's part to get more people to sign up for the network's subscription service.

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Diving into Ubisoft’s Child of Light with artist Yoshitaka Amano

Diving into Ubisoft’s Child of Light with artist Yoshitaka Amano

Japanese artist Yoshitaka Amano lent his talents tot he game Child of Light this year, and this week we’re being given a behind-the-scenes look at this master’s work. Ubisoft has pushed a video of this man in his workshop - his drafting table, that is - showing how he went about making one masterpiece of a cover image for the game Child of Light.

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Xbox One YouTube brings DVR sharing as GoPro updates

Xbox One YouTube brings DVR sharing as GoPro updates

The Xbox One is Microsoft’s living room commander. It makes sense, therefore, that they’re continuing to push gaming as well as non-gaming content to the masses. This week they’ve made clear that Game DVR and Upload Studio will be working with a YouTube update that’ll allow direct uploads - that means no more transferring to OneDrive, downloading, and re-uploading again. Now it’ll be extra-simple.

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Xbox One tipped to get Xbox 360 emulator by Microsoft

Xbox One tipped to get Xbox 360 emulator by Microsoft

Xbox 360 gamers that upgraded to a new Xbox One have been wondering if the Xbox One will ever get an Xbox 360 emulator. The ability to run older Xbox 360 games on the Xbox One console would certainly make it more attractive and give it a leg up on the PS4. At the Microsoft Build developer conference, Microsoft's partner development lead Frank Savage talked a bit about a Xbox 360 emulator during a question and answer segment with the audience.

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Titanfall Xbox 360 game play turns up online ahead of official launch

Titanfall Xbox 360 game play turns up online ahead of official launch

PC and Xbox One gamers have been able to play Titanfall for several weeks now. Gamers that wanted Titanfall on the Xbox 360 have been waiting to get into the game on their console. The Xbox 360 version of the game has been delayed, but the official launch is set for tomorrow. Details of the Xbox 360 version of Titanfall have been available already, in fact we offered up a lot of details on the game a few days ago.

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Xbox Live is down: it’s not just Titanfall

Xbox Live is down: it’s not just Titanfall

This afternoon alerts have been sent out to users of the game Titanfall for Xbox One and PC. This alert shows that Xbox Live members and those playing Titanfall through Origin are having a tough time connecting to games - the whole lot is connected through one system, as it were, working with Windows Azure.

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Titanfall Xbox 360 release detailed

Titanfall Xbox 360 release detailed

The final first-wave version of Titanfall is nearly here. It’s been confirmed and re-confirmed several times at this point, finally landing on the 8th of April, and today those responsible for its development are speaking up. What we’re to understand this week is that the final presentation is really a looker - despite technical limitations.

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Xbox SmartGlass and Video updates keep you forever connected

Xbox SmartGlass and Video updates keep you forever connected

Microsoft is moving forward with some of the non-gaming elements they’ve found important to the Xbox One experience this week, starting with Xbox Video and Xbox SmartGlass for tablets and smartphones. Inside the Xbox Video universe, it comes down to one key update - the ability to leave off watching a movie on one device only to pick up on that movie on another. This system, excellent for the "marathon watcher", as they say, works with Xbox One, Xbox 360, Windows Phone 8, Windows 8, and through XboxVideo dot com starting this week.

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Xbox and Xbox Live combined as Nadella has Phil Spencer take over

Xbox and Xbox Live combined as Nadella has Phil Spencer take over

It’s not clear whether the change in staff announced this week by Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will have any grand impact on how you play the game. The big change is in how Xbox and Xbox Live will be run. Instead of being two separate ecosystems that just happen to work with one another, Nadella has let it be known that Microsoft’s Xbox and Xbox Live divisions will be run as a single unit, and they’ll be run by the same fellow, too: Phil Spencer.

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