' Microsoft's partners will show titles that have already been announced along with some brand new ones. We can also expect some big surprises '
Microsoft plans to reveal a large chunk of its upcoming Xbox 360 plans some time this month at a press conference to be held in Japan.
Speaking with Famitsu Xbox, Xbox General Manager Yoshihiro Maruyama states that the press conference will reveal launch titles for the system as well as the games to follow. "We expect it to be a product unveiling on the scale of E3," he offers.
' Microsoft Product Development Limited Xbox Chief Shinichi Manaka reveals that Microsoft won't offer a USB converter to let players use their current controllers on the 360 '
One of the big unanswered questions about Xbox 360 regards Microsoft's plans for current generation peripherals. It's conceivable that gamers have built up a collection of Xbox controllers that they'd like to continue using on the next generation system. So will Microsoft provide the chance?
Software giant denies reports that external manufacturers will license its next-gen console OS any time soon.
Yesterday, the next-gen console race took an unexpected twist, when an article in Japanese business daily Nihon Keizai Shimbun was picked up by many media outlets, including the Associated Press.
Tewksbury, Mass. – June 28, 2005 – Softimage, Co., a subsidiary of Avid Technology, Inc., today announced support for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system with the release of the .FX plug-in - a free effects creation tool for SOFTIMAGE®|XSI® software, the 3-D animation element of Avid’s integrated computer graphics solutions for game development.
Microsoft Big man, Bill Gates confirmed that Microsoft plans to make future Revisions to there Upcoming Next Gen console, and may incorporate HD-DVD technology into the system somewhere down the line. The initial shipments of Xbox 360 will be based on today's DVD format.
Be at peace, gamers, for rumor has it that the Xbox 360’s hotly discussed extensive 3rd party hardware integration and support will include—no, you definitely did not see this coming—methods for allowing PSP and DS users to play Microsoft games online with their devices through the 360, and with one another. Of course, this is completely unconfirmed, but sometimes bizarre love triangles really aren’t that bizarre. Bring on the unity. Feel the love.