The Dark Knight Rises arrives on Xbox Video this week and brings with it a bunch of additional features accessible only through Xbox SmartGlass. Synch your console with the mobile and tablet app in order to access and storyboards, Triviax, quotes from the film’s director and actors, “time-synced information about the epic conclusion to the Dark Knight legend”, a behind the scenes look at Bane’s in-flight hijacking, the stadium disaster and more, plus unrevealed “exclusive content”. Full details on Major Nelson’s blog.
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If the 8 minute Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus announce trailer was too much for you, here's a new, shorter cut
Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, now in a form you can conceivably get through before the pressures of modern life collapse upon you yet again.
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Rayman Legends won’t support Xbox SmartGlass, despite its apparently compatibility the Wii U’s Game Pad-exclusive features.
Microsoft’s Xbox SmartGlass app is now available on Kindle Fire, meaning you can message your friends, explore bonus content, and control your console with Amazon’s proprietary tablet. Smartglass is also available on Android, iOS and Windows Phone meaning nobody has any excuses, ever, to avoid Microsoft’s multi-device schemes. Load up the Amazon app store to […]
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Microsoft could be hiring for a new Xbox-branded reading app that supports news, comics, books and magazines.