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Latest information appears to confirm several rumours from last year
UK developer discusses the origins of its Gears Pop partnership with Microsoft and how Funko figures will inspire a new take on chainsawing aliens to death
PlayStation may have dominated the charts, but it was Xbox that got the games industry talking
Xbox boss hints at bold cross-platform strategy for subscription service
It's important parents take an active role in managing their children's access to online content and gaming, says director Harvey Eagle
Platform holder creates short film to highlight new device during crucial sales period
But the transition will take time
And players can now get Game Pass for £1/$1 for the first month
Latest episode available to download now, discussing Microsoft's Project xCloud and other games firms' streaming ambitions
It takes years for a console platform to win back hearts and minds, but Xbox is finally getting there; now it needs to find and promote its unique difference
Public trials begin next year, Xbox One developers apparently able to bring games across with no additional work
Game subscription services are markedly more popular among families, but most packages don't provide family plans
X018 will be held alongside FanFest in Mexico, with major announcements streamed online
Microsoft on a blockbuster Christmas for console games, and retailer views on Game Pass
Project Largo offers Xbox One X plus online services for $34.99 per month, $149 accessory allegedly pulled from Gamescom reveal
Showtime president and CEO describes show as "[our] most ambitious series ever"
Plus, 40 million hours broadcast on Twitch but it's still unclear how player count translates to sales due to Game Pass inclusion
But platform holder's Tara Voelker urges developers to add more accessibility options to their titles
Creative director Ralph Fulton believes transition from third-party to first-party studio can empower his team to do more
It's important to support players of old games on new hardware, says Xbox head
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