Alright, stick with us here. If you’ve never heard of the ‘metaverse’, it’s what Meta (formerly Facebook) is calling “the next evolution of social connection.” According to Mark Zuckerberg and his team, “3D spaces in the metaverse will let you socialize, learn, collaborate and play in ways that go beyond what we can imagine.” It’s unknown how its ultimately going to turn out, but comparisons are being made to the likes of Second Life and Ready Player One.
Surgeon Simulator 2 launched into Xbox Game Pass yesterday (September 2nd), and while many have been eager to jump into some medical mayhem with friends, it’s unfortunately been plagued with a fair few teething problems.
Yesterday saw a huge influx of players diving into the game which caused some strain. Long load times were present when attempting to log in, multiplayer was a bust, and from our own experiences, a few glitches were present.
Xbox isn’t the only one rolling out Halo-themed hardware and accessories ahead of the release of Halo Infinite. The talented creator POPeART (formerly known as Xbox Pope) is at it again – this time with the “Needler Elite V2”.
It’s the same pattern we saw early on in August but instead of the standard Xbox Series X|S controller, it’s the series 2 version of the Elite controller – featuring the grips, fancier controller pad, coloured paddles and all the other extras.
The Original Xbox became an incredible machine for homebrew. In this episode we take a look at how the hardware and its powerful cpu, large storage and built in networking helped built an entire undergrounds homebrew scene.
The emulation scene is moving fast. In this episode we test PS2 games running on the Xbox Series S under Developer Mode.
Teardown Xbox Series X Expansion Card XboxSeriesX $220€ Storage Seagate internal Hardware
Lets take a closer look at the Xbox Series S and unbox it.
Full review of the XboxHDMI – the first pure digital HDMI modification for the Original Xbox
Microsoft and Intel’s partnership stems back to the early 80’s with MSDOS and Windows. Microsoft would use Intel to power the Original Xbox in 2001. Yet in 2005 with the next generation Xbox 360, they famously split from the chipmaker in favor of IBM and their PowerPC architecture – made famous by Apple and with PowerMac line of computers. In this episode we take a look at why Microsoft dumped Intel for the Xbox 360 game system.
On July 23 2020, Microsoft will present its Xbox Games Showcase where we will get a closer look at first party games designed for the next generation Xbox Series X hardware. In this video we discuss what you should expect from this show