A recent stealth promotional campaign to promote Microsoft Xbox by Machinima came to light few days back. As per the new promotions, Machinima video partners will get an additional $3 per thousand video views for posting videos featuring Xbox One content. Machinima’s UK community manager himself tweeted about this promotion. It was also revealed that there was similar campaign around Xbox One’s launch in November, which offered an additional $1 CPM for videos “promoting the Xbox One and its release games.” These videos should have at least 30 seconds of Xbox One game play video that mentioned the Xbox One by name and also includes tag “XB1M13″. Microsoft and Machinima have not yet commented on this stealth marketing campaign. This is not a entirely new kind of marketing strategy as lots of other companies does the same. We will come to know about more such campaigns in the near future ...

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Xbox One reviews are now up online. All leading technology blogs have posted their reviews. Overall, the reviews of Xbox One seems positive. For example, Polygon rated Xbox One ahead of Sony PS4. Read the conclusions of Xbox One review from few websites below. Click the title of the websites to read their full reviews. Polygon: Microsoft has insisted it has the software gamers want. But it’s also maintained that this generation is about more than that. It’s repeatedly outlined a vision for a console based around entertainment, apps and connected experiences, tied together by Kinect, which has been met with apprehension by the enthusiast audience. To be clear, Kinect isn’t a fully realized product yet. Gesture support is functionally non-existent, and there’s a lack of good examples of how Kinect can contribute to games. There are certain elements of Microsoft’s strategy that are missing at launch, like support for ...

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