The Xbox 360 version of Burnout Paradise can’t be played without a hard drive, according to this. Which is a bit of a shame if you have an Xbox 360, Burnout Paradise and no hard drive. There’s an email from EA’s tech support on the matter here.
App developer sues Milwaukee county over $1000 permit required for games like Pokemon Go to be played in public spaces
Milwaukee county is being sued over ordinance that requires a permit to play AR apps like Pokemon Go in public spaces.
While original Xbox games are getting backwards compatibility, modern features like achievements and widescreen resolutions are likely out.
The first trailer for Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle has dropped.
The latest in Project Cafe rumors have the console hitting the market minus a hard drive, and instead supporting 8GB of onboard flash-based memory.
Nelson’s confirmed that unMicrosoft 360 storage devices won’t work with the machine when its November software update goes live. “One of the changes is that unauthorized Memory Units will no longer work with the Xbox 360,” said the exec. “If you’ve moved your profile or saved games onto one to ‘back it up,’ you’d better […]
FIFA 18 is all about freedom of player movement.
While acknowledging that his team “doesn’t love it when (he) pre-announces things”, Phil Spencer has talked openly in an interview about bringing original Xbox games and Game Pass to PC.