Halo: Spartan Assault will be getting Xbox 360 controller support this week. The free update also comes with five new missions for the Windows 8 exclusive, and also nixes microtransactions included with the original version of the game. Called Operation Hydra, you can download the update through the Windows Store on August 29. A demo will also be made available on August 30. Thanks, Shack.
Destiny 2's "followable" campaign tells the story of the Red War, but other tales are layered around it
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Halo: Spartan Assault
Microsoft has rolled out the Xbox One’s June update along with a trailer outlining all of the new changes, such as external storage support.
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Microsoft could be hiring for a new Xbox-branded reading app that supports news, comics, books and magazines.
It appears Windows 8 is gaining traction with Steam users, as the latest hardware survey points out. According to Valve’s statistics, W8 is installed on 20% of machines using the Steam service, which is more than Linux and Mac users combined – accounting for 4.63%. Windows 7 is still the most popular OS with the […]