Xbox One’s DRM, used game and 24-hour authentication policies have been dropped by Microsoft, and we want to know if the u-turn is enough to make you want to buy a console. Cast your vote here.
Microsoft, EA, Ubisoft, Sony and Nintendo hosted their pre-E3 conferences and livestreams in that order, but the question is, which of them ‘won’ the show for you? Tell us what you think below.
Xbox One has just been priced for a November launch at $499 / 499 Euros / £429. Will you pay the asking price? Let your voice be heard here.
The Pew Research Center has conducted a survey using US participants and found that 80 percent of kids between the ages of 12 and 17 own a gaming console.
It’s debatable as to whether or not Wii Fit owners are dropping pounds, but 64percent of them are certainly dropping something else: the game. According to Kotaku, a Japanese poll conducted by IT Media revealed that 64 percent of 1,000 polled don’t even step on their Nintendo-branded living room scales any more. For whatever it’s […]
DigitalHome writes that Microsoft recently commissioned a poll exploring Canadians’ gaming habits asking whether they gamed “in public; at work; in the bathroom; in the bedroom, or in the nude.” The results reveal that 17 percent of men – that’s roughly one in five, people – played computer games totally starkers whilst unfortunately only 9 […]