Jarrod compiles the latest pre-order info on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and according to one retailer's Facebook research, over 18 times as many people prefer one platform to the next. Any guess which platform is coming out ahead?
It's that time of the year again. As usual, we're going to be liveblogging the Microsoft Press Conference. Come and join in the fun!
Imagine a world where the games you buy are completely controlled by the publisher. They decide when your game should no longer work. Is that really a future you want? It might just happen.
Jarrod asks a very simple question. If Sony and Microsoft's new boxes are nothing more than simplified PCs, what's going to happen to consoles moving forward?
Wondering exactly how used games will work, or whether or not you'll be able to upgrade your system's hard drive? Jarrod's got all the answers inside, plus a look at Xbox One and PS4 box art.
Xbox One was officially announced today, and Jarrod and Steven go over all the details. If you're curious about the new system, this is one podcast you don't want to miss.
Jarrod's got all the details on the Xbox One, including whether it will play used games, what new features players can expect and much, much more!
Halo 4 is out now so stop reading this and go pick it up, it's awesome! Oh, and we'll be doing another giveaway within the next few days. This time we're giving away that super sexy Halo 4 wireless controller. More details will follow.
Microsoft releases a compilation of eight episodes from their hit National Geographic interactive on-demand service. Jarrod checks it out and gives you all the details inside.
We're giving away a brand new Xbox 360 wireless headset so if you're interested all you have to do is tell us why you purchased an Xbox 360 in the first place.
We've got the first official trailer for Microsoft live-action web-series Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn for your viewing pleasure. Come on inside and be sure to let us know what you think of it.
Could Microsoft potentially buy Activision Blizzard? If this were to happen, what do you think would happen to the videogame industry as a whole?
So Marc’s prediction on our E3 2012 Microsoft Podcast wasn’t off, but late. Microsoft has finally announced a tablet of its own called Surface, which looks sleek! The only details we have so far is that its cover doubles as a fully functional keyboard, which is a nice idea. So what does this have [...]