Earlier this year, Microsoft attended GDC 2017 in which they announced its Xbox Live Creators Program, meaning that developers can incorporate Xbox live functionality such as achievements and multiplayer into their already-existing games that are across Windows devices. With that, to make it easier to port across these games to Xbox, Microsoft announced today at Build 2017 that keyboard and mouse support functionality will come to Xbox One. The news that hardcore gamers have been waiting for. Microsoft's senior program manager for games developers Andrew Parsons did say at the conference however, that initially only a handful of mice will ... Read More »
From midnight tonight, a demo of the upcoming rollercoaster-detruction title Screamride will be available to download from the Xbox One store. The announcement of it's availability was made just this morning by Microsoft. A demo version of the game will also be available to Xbox 360 gamers from midnight tonight, too. Screamride is a rollercoaster creation game with a twist. Actually it's more than a twist, it's a massive downward cork-screw followed by a few loops and s-bends! In Screamride your aim is not to create the most user friendly coaster by any means, oh no. Your job is to create ... Read More »
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