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Monthly all-you-can-play subscription service arrives with a catalog of 112 games
Minecraft Code Builder is now available, will add Code-org's Code Studio later this year
Xbox Live users up 13% to 52 million in the third quarter, but other Gaming figures were thin on the ground
Phil Spencer says subscriptions could be a viable way to fund original story-driven and single-player content
More than 1bn hour spent playing these games in 2016, 1,000-plus games still in development
Praise for Scorpio's specs is universal, but in many ways that's the easiest part of this journey; MS must now start answering the truly tough questions
New "self-serve" refunds are currently being tested through the Xbox Insider Program
Phil Spencer talks about Scorpio, the future of Xbox and consoles in general
New Marketplace feature and Minecraft Coins virtual currency will be used for community creators to sell their own work
Set to take place at the Microsoft Store
Updated policies blocks all games emulation across PC, mobile and Xbox
Analysts weigh in on what to expect for Microsoft's new console, with some estimating it'll cost $700 or more
Liz Hamren will lead promotional efforts for HoloLens and forthcoming range of Windows VR devices
Six European developers named as expert points of contact in Agency Readiness Partner program
Now anyone can publish Xbox Live-enabled games on Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs, no dev kit needed
Both have been moved up to vice president positions at the company, a Microsoft spokesperson confirmed
Despite firm's overall increase, console revenues are down by 3% as Xbox One sales fail to improve
UK studio targeted console development to win over a new generation of RTS players
The acquisition "will strengthen our position in 3D creation, making it easier to capture, create and share in 3D," says MS
Scalebound's cancellation draws attention to this year's anaemic Xbox line-up; is this Scorpio's rain shadow, or a more worrying trend?
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