An Xbox Live Gold membership is currently 23% off on Amazon. This means you can get a year’s worth of service for $46.40 instead of $60. You can choose between a mail-in card or opt for a download code. We looked on Amazon UK and didn’t see the same deal, so we’re going to assume it’s US only for now. Thanks, Joystiq.
Fortnite, Nioh DLC, a new 3DS model, Hey Pikmin and a handful of niche titles make for a decent week all round.
The Destiny 2 open beta has been extended, but you can expect things to get choppy on Monday and Tuesday
Want more time with the Destiny 2 open beta? Good news.
After watching this fan-made video for Midnight Club, we really want Rockstar, get started on another one.
Microsoft has announced the Kaiser Chiefs are to be its ambassadors for the Xbox Summer Stadium sports and entertainment campaign, which runs June 15 through August 21. The initiative supports Microsoft’s charity partner, Right To Play, which encourages folks to take part in donating to the cause.
Verizon has announced its US high-speed internet cable TV service FiOS will contain 26 channels when it launches through Xbox 360. As previously reported, in order to access Verizon’s service or any other TV offerings coming to the console, an Xbox Live Gold membership will be required. The service will be compatible with Kinect, and […]