No, This is Not the End of Xbox Exclusives - Thurrott.com (blog)

It's both amusing and sad to watch video game bloggers and enthusiasts continually misrepresent Microsoft's new Xbox strategy. Here's just one example: The belief that Xbox Play Anywhere signals an end to Xbox exclusive games. Xbox Play Anywhere, as ...

When Xbox Fitness gets lazy - Stevivor

Microsoft versus Sony, Battlefield versus Call of Duty and Forza versus Gran Turismo. These are some of the rivalries that can get people talking about console wars. “Game On or Game Over” is your place to get inside the minds of Nicholas and Andy as ...

Microsoft is breaking down the wall between Xbox and PC gamers - Business Insider Australia

The era of buying the same game multiple times across platforms is, however slowly, coming to an end. As a part of an update coming to Windows 10 later this year called “Xbox Play Anywhere,” when you buy a game published by Microsoft Studios for Xbox ...

Here's Why The Xbox One S and Project Scorpio Won't Have Higher Framerates - Only Single Player

We were all hoping for some definitive answers about the PlayStation Neo and Xbox One Scorpio at E3 this year;, instead we only really got the scoop on the Xbox One S. At least some information was made available about the Xbox One Scorpio and ...

How Microsoft removed the need to buy an Xbox One (while still coming out ahead) - Polygon

The system's entire digital hook, as we've discussed before, was rejected before it launched. The Kinect is long gone. The Xbox One has long remained a less powerful alternative to the PlayStation 4, while often costing more. Microsoft's answer, for a ...

All Microsoft-made Xbox One games to also hit Windows 10 PCs from now on - TechnoBuffalo

From here on out, any game developed by Microsoft Studios or one of their exclusive subsidiaries will be an Xbox Play Anywhere title. That means the games will sell for both Xbox Ones and Windows 10 PCs. They'll be cross-buy in digital form, too.