The Falconeer is an Xbox One and PC exclusive that sees players take flight and engage in thrilling exploration and combat in the mysterious world of the Great Ursee. Here's everything you need to know about the game.
Layers of Fear 2 for Xbox One is a good overall horror game with effective scares and great atmosphere, but its story lacks coherency, its puzzle gameplay often frustrates, and its presentation doesn't tie into the theme of the experience enough. Here's our full review.
The New Xbox One Experience, or NXOE, is a major software update from Microsoft for the Xbox One. The update was release in November 2015 and brought along a slew of updates to the Xbox platform. Included in the release was the ability to play Xbox 360 games on Xbox One, redesigned Home, new community section to make Xbox One more social, revamped OneGuide, optimized store and much more.
Background music playback has long been one of the highest requested Xbox One features on UserVoice, but it looks like users will be waiting a few months longer before getting their hands (ears?) on it.
We're rounding up all of the tips, tricks and guides we've created so far on the New Xbox One Experience, now available publically for Xbox One. Click here for some quick tips, as well as links to our guides and official Microsoft support.
The Xbox One Experience is a brand new operating system for the console, which means that features and options may not be in the same place as before. In this guide, we'll walk you through the steps to set best achievements as background for your new Xbox One dashboard.
The Xbox One featured a simplistic Guide before, accessed by double-tapping the Home button on the controller. It allowed users to snap apps and take screenshots, but not much else. The NXOE Guide on the other hand incorporates much of the Xbox 360's Guide menu functionality. This improved Guide lets users view their friends list, send messages, adjust settings, and more. It's a lot to...
Today is the day most of us has been waiting for! Windows 10 has reached the Xbox One and along with it come a few changes. Pinning is now displayed in a new area, but the concept remains the same. So for the uninitiated, here's the low-down on pinning.
We recently caught up with Mike Ybarra, Director of Program Management at Xbox, to discuss backwards compatibility, the NXOE dashboard update, Windows 10 apps for Xbox and ultimately, what's next for the Xbox's stellar engineering team.