The E3 show is all but over for this year, but that doesn’t mean Microsoft should not make any new announcement for Xbox platform. Today, Microsoft detailed the July Xbox One system update. The preview of this upcoming update will be rolling out to testers soon and it will include features such as Snap mode for achievements, double-tap to snap, ability to choose spoken language, ability to kike Game DVR clips in SmartGlass and more. Find the detailed list below. New features coming, Snap Mode for Achievements. As we showed at our E3 Green Carpet event before the show, we’re offering an easier way to track and view your achievements in the moment. With Achievement Snap, you can track your achievement progress in real time without ever leaving the game. You can also ‘Get Help’ on any Achievements you’re struggling with. Xbox will scan the web for you and deliver ...

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With Xbox One, customers can make use of the Kinect sensor to control their Xbox One console with voice. One of the basic command available for users is “Xbox On”. If an user tells “Xbox On”, Xbox One will wake up from sleep. Microsoft has recently released a new TV ad featuring Breaking Bad actor Aaron Paul in which the actor will be using this command to switch on his console. The strange thing now is that Kinect sensor recognizes Aaron Paul’s “Xbox On” from TV ad as a genuine command from its owner and getting switched on by itself. Lots of users experienced this case yesterday and tweeted about it. OMG AN XBOX TV AD JUST TURNED MY XBOX ON! THE MACHINES HAVE BECOME SELF-AWARE!! SAVE YO-SELVES!!! — Leighboi (@leighboi) June 12, 2014 Read more about it below. via: Neowin ...

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At this year’s E3, Microsoft’s focus was all about games, just games. For the full 90 minutes of press briefing, Microsoft talked about all the first party and 3rd party games coming to Xbox platform. The surprising part was that Microsoft didn’t even talk about games on Windows and Windows Phone platforms. Phil Spencer is the head of gaming at Microsoft, which includes games on Xbox, Windows and Windows Phone platforms. He responded to the lack of any information on PC and mobile gaming at E3 to Polygon, “I’m head of gaming at Microsoft,” Spencer said. “When we’re doing gaming strategy, gaming focus inside the company, that’s my job. I think in a lot of ways, you could argue gaming on Windows has never been more healthy in that the biggest of the big franchises, League of Legends, World of Tanks, those things dwarf a lot of what we’re doing ...

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Microsoft today highlighted the great exclusives in store for the holiday for Xbox One gamers. It includes AAA first-party titles like “Sunset Overdrive” and “Halo: The Master Chief Collection” to blockbuster third-party games like “Dragon Age: Inquisition” and “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare,” both of which offer content you’ll find exclusively on Xbox One. Find the list of the games coming to Xbox One this holiday below. Pre-order from the links below. “Halo: The Master Chief Collection” (343 Industries, Microsoft Studios). “Project Spark” (Team Dakota, Microsoft Studios).  “Sunset Overdrive” (Insomniac Games, Microsoft Studios). “Forza Horizon 2” (Playground Games, Turn 10 Studios, Microsoft Studios). (Xbox 360 Version) Find more at Microsoft Store here. ...

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Earlier this year, Microsoft announced their partnership with Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival that they will be bringing the music festival experience right into your living room through your Xbox. Various HD streams from the festival will be available for viewing. This new partnership will give Xbox users unprecedented access to the live Bonnaroo experience through an exclusive, interactive television event that will be streaming in high-definition where available. Enjoy live music like never before, with multiple streams featuring the best performances, biggest artists and amazing SuperJams. Today, they detailed the experience users can have at this festival. If you’re at home, Bonnaroo comes to Xbox, the exclusive broadcasting partner for the festival, for the first time. We will have great experiences to share at the festival, and with the live interactive music experience on Xbox One and Xbox 360, giving our fans the opportunity to experience Bonnaroo for the first time ...

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Microsoft’s Xbox chief Phil Spencer spoke to Engadget at E3 2014 discussing Microsoft’s focus on games at E3, virtual reality platform, bringing legacy Xbox 360 games to Xbox One and more. Watch the full interview above. His response related to Oculus Rift and Sony’s Project Morpheus, “I look at VR as an interesting technology. I’m watching what’s going on out there; I don’t really think it’s a mainstream technology yet today. The nice thing at Microsoft and Xbox is we’ve remained invested in experimenting with a lot of what’s out there, whether it’s voice, or motion. Right now I’d say we have our skunkworks stuff that we’re working through, but right now we’re watching how the VR space evolves to see if it ends up as a mainstream consumer scenario.” We already know via couple of leaked documents and patents that Microsoft is working on VR headset. Phil has now ...

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At E3 2014,Ubisoft announced new versions for many of its most popular and enduring games, as well as a few entirely new titles. Some of the popular ones are open-world, action-adventure series “Far Cry 4,” a new one from long-running “Rainbow Six” series, “Assassin’s Creed Unity,” and more. Check out the full list of games announced below. “Far Cry 4″ “Just Dance 2015″ “Tom Clancy’s The Division” “The Crew” “Assassin’s Creed Unity” “Shape Up” “Valiant Hearts: The Great War” “Rainbow Six Siege” Ubisoft’s surprise wrap-up game was a new entry in the long-running “Rainbow Six” series — the first in six years. The gameplay demo of this team-based shooter showed a five-on-five hostage-extraction mission set in a fairly normal-looking suburban home. Read more at Xbox Wire. “Rainbow Six Siege” ...

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Last night we reported that Xbox One is coming to India on September 23rd this year. This news is applicable to other some other countries in Asia too. That includes Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan. The Xbox One will cost the following in these countries. In Singapore, S$639 for Xbox One and S$739  for Xbox One with the Kinect. In Taiwan, NT$12,980 for Xbox One. In Hong Kong, HK$3,380 for Xbox One. Features that will join the Xbox One experience in these countries include: Game DVR/Upload. With game DVR, you can capture and record your greatest game moments and Upload Studio makes it easy to edit and share clips with your community. You can capture the last 30 seconds of gameplay and then share your clip with your friends. Apps. With Skype, specially designed for Xbox One, video chat with friends on your TV in stunning HD, or for the first ...

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Ubisoft today announced their next gen fitness game for Xbox One. Read the details below. Today, at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), Ubisoft challenged gamers to ditch the old, boring workouts and jumpstart their routines with the new video game Shape Up. Developed by Ubisoft Montreal in collaboration with Ubisoft Barcelona, Shape Up will be available on November 11 in the US, November 13 in EMEA and November 14 in the UK, exclusively on Kinect for Xbox One. Shape Up combines a foundation of proven fitness methods with entertaining and rewarding workout routines displayed in a unique arcade style. Each of the three game modes keeps players engaged and motivated with quirky, points-driven fitness challenges. The Quick Play Mode features 90 second rapid-fire training bursts that turn the chore of working out into an exciting experience. These quick fitness activities include 12 practice sessions for a more intense focus on muscle ...

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Sony showed off GTA V video at their press conference in E3 today saying that the title is coming to PS4. That doesn’t mean it is exclusive to PS4, Grand Theft Auto V is coming for Xbox One and PC this fall. Grand Theft Auto V for PC will also feature a video editor designed for advanced movie-making. Read more about the game below. Grand Theft Auto V will take full advantage of the power of the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC with across-the-board graphical and technical improvements to deliver a stunning new level of detail. Increased draw distances, finer texture details, denser traffic, and enhanced resolutions all work together to bring new life to the cities, towns, deserts and oceans of Rockstar North’s epic reimagining of Southern California. Switch between the interconnected lives of Michael, Trevor and Franklin as they embark on a series of heists across Los ...

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At E3, Microsoft revealed that Crackdown is coming to Xbox One. Crackdown was originally released in 2007 on Xbox 360 and gamers all over the world spent countless hours running, driving, and leaping around Pacific City. Now, the groundbreaking, hyper-powered world of “Crackdown” is back in stunning fashion with an all-new “Crackdown” experience for Xbox One. Developed by original creator Dave Jones, “Crackdown” on Xbox One will deliver unrivaled verticality, cooperative mayhem and destruction. Whether you’re playing the Campaign with friends or enjoying an entirely new competitive “Crackdown” experience powered by Xbox Live, you’ll never look at an open-world game the same way again. Best of all, “Crackdown” leverages Xbox Live to power a city which isn’t just an exciting place to play, but is a part of your destructive arsenal. Enjoy the teaser trailer above. Pre-order Crackdown from Amazon here. ...

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In addition to the spectacular lineup of games from some of the world’s best game studios, Microsoft also revealed number of independent studios and indie developers bringing their latest games to Xbox One. It’s an exciting E3 for Xbox and gamers, as today we showed an amazing lineup of exclusives, blockbusters and a vibrant catalog of games from independent developers. ID@Xbox announced that hundreds of studios are developing innovative games for Xbox One and unveiled incredible games on the horizon. For those of you who missed the Xbox press briefing or aren’t able to check these games out in person, take a look at the list of ID@Xbox games below and the video above for a peek at new innovations as well as existing fan favorites reinvented to take advantage of unique Xbox One features. Stay tuned to Xbox Wire throughout the week as we feature games from the E3 show floor at ...

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At Microsoft’s E3 press briefing, from start to finish, it was just games, games and games. Microsoft revealed lots of Xbox exclusives and shared the stage with blockbusters such as “Assassin’s Creed Unity,” “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare,” “Evolve” and “Rise of the Tomb Raider,” and independent games such as “Inside,” adding to a growing library of games on Xbox One. “We are committed to delivering amazing experiences that will help define this generation of games and delight the millions of passionate Xbox fans around the world,” said Phil Spencer, head of Xbox. “Xbox will be the only place you can enjoy the most-anticipated blockbusters and new franchises, including exclusives like ‘Sunset Overdrive,’ ‘Halo: The Master Chief Collection,’ ‘Forza Horizon 2,’ and ‘Dance Central Spotlight.’ In addition, on Xbox One gamers will be able to play upcoming hits like ‘Destiny,’ ‘Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare,’ ‘Assassin’s Creed Unity’ and a vibrant catalog of ...

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At Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) today, Microsoft unveiled a spectacular lineup of games from some of the world’s best game studios. This holiday season on Xbox One, there will be games like “Halo: The Master Chief Collection,” as well as highly anticipated exclusives such as “Sunset Overdrive,” “Forza Horizon 2,” “Fable Legends” and “Dance Central Spotlight.” Microsoft just spoke about games in the whole 90 minutes event. Find the lineup of games for Xbox below, “Halo: The Master Chief Collection” (343 Industries, Microsoft Studios). “Assassin’s Creed Unity” (Ubisoft, Ubisoft). “Phantom Dust” (Microsoft Studios). “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare” (Sledgehammer Games, Activision). “D4:Dark Dreams Don’t Die” (Access Games, Microsoft Studios). “Dance Central Spotlight” (Harmonix Music Systems, Microsoft Studios). “Dragon Age: Inquisition” (BioWare, Electronic Arts). “Evolve” (Turtle Rock Studios, 2K). “Fable Legends” (Lionhead Studios, Microsoft Studios). “Forza Horizon 2” (Playground Games, Turn 10 Studios, Microsoft Studios). “Forza Motorsport 5” (Turn 10 Studios, ...

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Last week we reported that Forza Horizon 2 is coming to Xbox One and Xbox 360 in September. At E3 today, Microsoft revealed more details about the game. The aforementioned off-roading is just one of the many new features gamers can expect from “Forza Horizon 2,” but the ability to crash through fences, plow through forests and cornfields, and even find secret cars hidden in barns is certainly one of the coolest features at play here. Online features include Car Clubs that hold up to 1,000 members, seamless drop-in/drop-out free-roaming multiplayer, and for Xbox One owners, the return of Drivatars (so you can compete with your friends, even when you’re riding solo). Of course, it’s all about the cars, and “Forza Horizon 2” has over 200 of them, including the stunning cover car, the Lamborghini Huracan. The muscle cars, tuner cars, and exotics are all in here, along with off-road ...

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Microsoft today announced that Xbox One will be available in India from September 23rd this year. The Xbox One will cost Rs.39,990 while Xbox One with Kinect will cost Rs.45,990. All Xbox One system will include 500GB console, Blu-ray player, 1 Wireless Controller & free 14-day trial of Xbox Live Gold. Other features that will join the Xbox One experience in India include: Game DVR/Upload. With game DVR, you can capture and record your greatest game moments and Upload Studio makes it easy to edit and share clips with your community. You can capture the last 30 seconds of gameplay and then share your clip with your friends. Apps. With Skype, specially designed for Xbox One, video chat with friends on your TV in stunning HD, or for the first time ever, hold Skype group video calls on your TV. Access Internet Explorer and OneDrive all in your living room, ...

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