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Tango Gameworks employee shares pictures from the Xbox studio’s final day - videogameschronicle.com - Japan - city Tokyo
videogameschronicle.com
14.06.2024 / 15:45

Tango Gameworks employee shares pictures from the Xbox studio’s final day

Tango Gameworks has officially closed its doors, meaning ZeniMax Asia is no more.

These Are All the Games from the Xbox Showcase Confirmed for PS5 | Push Square - pushsquare.com
pushsquare.com
12.06.2024 / 01:13

These Are All the Games from the Xbox Showcase Confirmed for PS5 | Push Square

Yesterday’s big Xbox Showcase was stacked with software, but as is often the case with these platform presentations, a large number of the titles on display will be releasing elsewhere. This is true of at least 13 of the titles on offer, with a handful of others still awaiting clarification. Just in case you were curious, these are the games all currently confirmed to release on PS5 from yesterday’s presentation:

Xbox Boss Phil Spencer Says DOOM Franchise Is Something That 'Everyone Deserves to Play' | Push Square - pushsquare.com - Australia
pushsquare.com
12.06.2024 / 01:12

Xbox Boss Phil Spencer Says DOOM Franchise Is Something That 'Everyone Deserves to Play' | Push Square

DOOM: The Dark Ages was just revealed and looks absolutely spectacular. In fantastic news for the PlayStation faithful, id Software's next explosive shooter has been announced as coming to PS5 on day one, and Xbox boss Phil Spencer has revealed to whom we owe this good fortune.

Xbox Really Wasn't Happy with PlayStation's Call of Duty Marketing Deal | Push Square - pushsquare.com
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12.06.2024 / 01:11

Xbox Really Wasn't Happy with PlayStation's Call of Duty Marketing Deal | Push Square

Microsoft has spent $69 billion on Activision Blizzard, so now it calls the shots when it comes to juggernaut franchise, Call of Duty. Of course, previously, starting with Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 in 2015, Sony had marketing dibs on the series, which meant it could advertise annual entries in the FPS outing specifically for PS4 and latterly PS5. It also would enjoy some small benefits, like early access to betas, exclusive cosmetics, and, in some instances, even extra modes.

Xbox Explains Why It Shuttered Beloved Hi-Fi Rush Developer | Push Square - pushsquare.com - Japan
pushsquare.com
12.06.2024 / 01:04

Xbox Explains Why It Shuttered Beloved Hi-Fi Rush Developer | Push Square

Hi-Fi Rush released on PS5 earlier this year to the same kind of critical acclaim it had already received on Xbox Series X|S and PC – then Microsoft decided to unceremoniously shut the studio down. Xbox boss Phil Spencer, who has been curiously quiet in the aftermath of the closure, piped up during an IGN interview overnight, explaining that he has to run a “sustainable” business.

Lego Horizon Adventures shows even PlayStation knows growth lies beyond your own platform | Opinion - gamesindustry.biz - state Indiana
gamesindustry.biz
11.06.2024 / 16:19

Lego Horizon Adventures shows even PlayStation knows growth lies beyond your own platform | Opinion

The unveiling of Lego Horizon Adventures was not a surprise. As is often the case around major debuts, hints and details had leaked out in the days before.

BioWare Details How Previous Choices Will be Imported Into Dragon Age: The Veilguard - ign.com
ign.com
11.06.2024 / 15:27

BioWare Details How Previous Choices Will be Imported Into Dragon Age: The Veilguard

Yes, you will be able to carry over your decisions from previous Dragon Age games into The Veilguard — it'll just work a little differently this time.

The weapons in Doom: The Dark Ages are big, bold, and bear exceptionally silly names: "It's called the Skull Crusher because it crushes skulls" - gamesradar.com - county Martin
gamesradar.com
11.06.2024 / 14:49

The weapons in Doom: The Dark Ages are big, bold, and bear exceptionally silly names: "It's called the Skull Crusher because it crushes skulls"

Developer id Software revealed Doom: The Dark Ages at the Xbox Games Showcase with a sizzling debut trailer, and a couple of the new weapons have left something of a lasting impression. Speaking at Summer Game Fest, studio creative director Hugo Martin says the studio set out to "make the weapons feel like the most powerful you've ever held in a Doom game, like that Skull Crusher you saw in the teaser."

‘I think we should have a handheld too’, says Xbox boss Phil Spencer - videogameschronicle.com
videogameschronicle.com
10.06.2024 / 18:35

‘I think we should have a handheld too’, says Xbox boss Phil Spencer

Xbox boss Phil Spencer appears to have all but confirmed speculation that Microsoft is considering launching a handheld gaming device.

Xbox “Should Have a Handheld,” Says Phil Spencer - gamingbolt.com
gamingbolt.com
10.06.2024 / 17:49

Xbox “Should Have a Handheld,” Says Phil Spencer

During IGN Live 2024, Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer spoke about the future of gaming on Xbox. When asked about an Xbox handheld, Spencer said that “we should have a handheld”. It is important to note, however, that Spencer hasn’t made any official confirmation about an Xbox handheld device yet.

Arkane Austin, Tango Gameworks Closures Were “Hard Decisions” Made for “Sustainable Business” – Phil Spencer - gamingbolt.com - city Tokyo
gamingbolt.com
10.06.2024 / 17:49

Arkane Austin, Tango Gameworks Closures Were “Hard Decisions” Made for “Sustainable Business” – Phil Spencer

In an interview with IGN, Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer has addressed some of the criticisms caught by the company because of its recent studio closures, including Hi-Fi Rush developer Tango Gameworks. According to Spencer, the decision to shut the studios down were hard ones made to keep the business sustainable.

Xbox Will Bring More Games to Other Platforms – Phil Spencer - gamingbolt.com
gamingbolt.com
10.06.2024 / 17:49

Xbox Will Bring More Games to Other Platforms – Phil Spencer

In an interview with IGN during IGN Live 2024, Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer confirmed that more first-party Xbox titles will be making their way on to other platforms. The confirmation comes after the recent success of titles like Sea of Thieves and Hi-Fi Rush after they got released on PS5. Obsidian Entertainment’s Grounded and Pentiment also recently received multiplatform releases.

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