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Marc Whitten to leave Xbox

Marc Whitten to leave Xbox

Xbox's Chief Product Officer Marc Whitten will be leaving the company to take roost over at Sonos, it has been announced. According to the company's statement on Xbox Wire today, Whitten will become the Chief Product Officer for Sonos, leaving behind the company he has worked at for the last fourteen years.

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Xbox One controller Windows drivers “this year”: no new model

Xbox One controller Windows drivers “this year”: no new model

A rumor has been spreading over the past few days that a new Xbox One controller would be released with compatibility specifically for the PC running Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. This morning, these rumors have been doused by Microsoft’s director of product management Albert Penello. He suggests that not only will there be no new controller for this purpose, there will be driver support later this year.

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KickBeat, CastleStorm hit PS4 2014 releases; Pinball FX2 for Xbox One

KickBeat, CastleStorm hit PS4 2014 releases; Pinball FX2 for Xbox One

This week the developers at Zen Studios have made clear their intent to bring their biggest games from the previous generation to the next. This includes KickBeat - Special Edition as well as CastleStorm - Definitive Edition for PlayStation 4 as well as both titles plus Pinball FX2 for the Xbox One. Each of these games are of the expandable type, so it’s just the beginning of Zen Studios push into both the PS4 and the Xbox One environment.

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Tetris heading to PS4 and Xbox One

Tetris heading to PS4 and Xbox One

There are bunches of video games on the market today that have been around for years. Some of those games are arcade classics like Pac-man, others are more modern games like Need for Speed or Call of Duty. One of the most enduring puzzle games ever made is Tetris.

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Xbox One Chat Adapter issue acknowledged: Microsoft working on it

Xbox One Chat Adapter issue acknowledged: Microsoft working on it

This week we’ve come to understand why we’ve not had perfect results with the first wave of Xbox One Chat Adapters for the Xbox One wireless controller out in the wild. Apparently - so says Microsoft - there is an issue that they’re investigating which affects chat audio through the controller with the Xbox One. While it is likely a software fix will be in order, we wouldn’t put completely out of the running the possibility that replacement units could be needed.

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Turtle Beach Titanfall Earforce Atlas Gaming Headset Review

Turtle Beach Titanfall Earforce Atlas Gaming Headset Review

While we’ve left "for Xbox One" out of the title here, we’ve done so for a (relatively good) reason. This is because, while this headset is aimed at the Xbox One, it does not need to be used with the Xbox One - and it’s just as viable an option for the Xbox 360. In the box you’ll be getting every cord you need to connect to basically any device you have, and the headset is Titanfall branded - is that enough?

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Titanfall launch brings Titans and high-flying pilots to the streets

Titanfall launch brings Titans and high-flying pilots to the streets

Supposing you weren’t aware that the game Titanfall had launched, you may very well be presented with acrobats or a two-story-tall mech soon to remind you. What we’re doing today is exploring in brief a number of launch measures pushed by EA Games and/or Respawn Entertainment in an effort to pump up the public about the release of Titanfall. First we’ll have a look at the London release, marked by free runners in Titanfall Pilot attire.

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Xbox One controller driver for PC MIA: fan creates solution

Xbox One controller driver for PC MIA: fan creates solution

There’s little in the software side of the equation out there that the user-mod universe hasn’t cooked up. If there’s a piece of hardware - like an Xbox One controller - that someone wants to use on a non-traditional piece of equipment - like a PC - then they’re going to figure out a way to do it. Since coder Lucas Assis didn’t want to buy a ControllerMAX like everyone else, he decided to whip up some code of his own.

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ControllerMAX gaming controller converter Review

ControllerMAX gaming controller converter Review

The device known as ControllerMAX allows you to plug in and use essentially any gaming controller into any console or PC - it’s as simple as that at the baseline. This device is no larger than a USB dongle and just as light - and that’s what you get in the box - simple at the outset. NOTE: The brand formerly known as ChronusMAX has become ControllerMAX in the time it’s taken for us to review this device, believe it or not, so supposing you’re seeing the lead image in this review and are baffled by it, fear not - it’s the same device.

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