As we reported here back in May, Project Spark servers are set to be shut down this coming Friday. This is bad news for fans of the rather unique title as it means that user created content can no longer be uploaded or downloaded. This also means that any in game achievements that require input from the community such as downloads, uploads or remixes can no longer be earned so you'll need to get any missing ones out of the way pretty quick. The game won't cease to exist entirely this Friday though, with any content you've already downloaded and any ... Read More »
Turns out that Disney Infinity is not quite as infinite as you’d imagine. The House of Mouse’s toy-meets-game range, intended to compete with both Skylanders and Lego Dimensions, will be pulling the plug on its servers over the course of the next 8 months. Owners of the game will still be able to play the console versions, but there will be limited support for it. That means Community Updates and in-game purchases will be coming to an end. We’ve known since May that Disney Infinity was coming to an end, with Disney claiming to be changing ‘exclusively to a licensing ... Read More »
Phil Spencer, Xbox’s top man, is pretty awesome – and not just for his stylish range of gamer tees (matched with blazers, of course). He’s also super-switched on when it comes to engaging fans online. So it goes again, as Spencer conversed with Xboxers who threw all manner of questions his way. First up, his followers asked him about the Windows 10 and Xbox UIs. And while he offered no concrete plans, he seemed pretty receptive to the community’s ideas. @headspawn @XboxQwik Yea, I like this idea. — Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) April 13, 2016 @headspawn @XboxQwik Yep, totally agree. Would ... Read More »
No one likes it when Xbox Live goes down. But one man hates it more than most – Major Nelson himself. During an interview with IGN, Microsoft’s community front-man discussed the issue of Xbox outages, and why it leaves him feeling hollow and homicidal inside. Ok, he didn’t say that. What he actually said was: ‘There absolutely has been [problems] and keeping our fans connected to the games they love is the most important thing at Microsoft. We really innovate in a lot of spaces regarding gaming and the internet such as Xbox Live. We put a network port at ... Read More »
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