A report over on The Daily states the Zune Marketplace on Xbox Live could be changing into a streaming subscription service. According to an anonymous source at Microsoft, the Zune service could take on the same sort of streaming option Netflix and Hulu Plus offers. It’s unknown if the new initiative will be part of the console’s streaming TV service set to launch in the fall or not, or even if it is part of the rumored Diamond TV service MS was rumored to announce at E3. We’ll send a mail and ask. Thanks, Joystiq.
While 4K TV sales are rising, Microsoft’s latest console still isn’t expected to dominate the gaming landscape.
Psyonix asks Sony about doing cross-platform play with Rocket League every day, but it’s always the same answer
This Rocket League cross-platform play business is just getting silly now.
Minecraft for PlayStation 4 may not have cross-play, but Mojang still intends to support it with updates.
In the wake of the recent Microsoft corporate restructuring, all of the company’s operating systems, including Windows 8, Windows Phone, the Xbox Dashboard, and so on, are all under the purview of Terry Myerson, who has plans for bringing them together.
According to a rumor posted over on tech site Win Rumors, Microsoft’s new Xbox Live dashboard update is set to launch next week. The site said it had a look at the update yesterday at the Nokia World event, and has posted a video of its hands-on with the update’s Windows Phone integration and Kinect […]