Event, Gaming, Guides, Holiday Shopping Guides, VR World

Black Friday 2014: Xbox Deals, Sales And Discounts

Black Friday is almost here, and we help you pinpoint the best savings on everything Xbox–from consoles, games, accessories and LIVE memberships.

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Analysis, Gaming

The Problem With Digital Downloads on the Xbox One And PS4

Thinking of going digital for next-gen games? You might want to think again.

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Gaming, VR World

Xbox One Celebrates First Birthday With Gifts For Gamers

Microsoft gives a little something back to gamers to mark the Xbox One’s first year on the market.

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Gaming, VR World

GTA: San Andreas Launches on Xbox 360 For Less Than $5

Priced at just $3.74 it’s a crime to pass up one of the best GTA’s in history.

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Gaming, VR World

Microsoft Offers Holiday Xbox One Bundles for $349 in U.S.

Microsoft slashes the Xbox One’s price tag by $50 and throws in a free game in an effort to win the holiday season.

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VR World

Back to School 2014 Buying Guide: Game Consoles

Classrooms at schools of all types are filling up across the nation this week, as students once again return for another year of classes. As students prepare for another year of learning, retailers  slashing prices on the tools and toys that students will need to get through another school year. To help guide your back to school purchases, VR World and Bright Side of News contributors have put together a back to school guide for 2014 to help you buy the top tablets, smartphones, dorm room TVs, premium notebooks, low cost notebooks, and game consoles for your 2014 back to school shopping. Microsoft’s Xbox One console is a

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Gaming, VR World

Xbox One Will Soon be Able to Stream Pirated Video

To date both Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One haven’t been able to contend with their yesteryear predecessors in terms of media playback. The lack of DLNA network streaming on next-gen consoles is sorely missed, effectively shrinking each system’s functionality and entertainment options. At Gamescom 2014 Microsoft unveiled a new plan to remedy this and make earnest on the Xbox One’s label as the “all-in-one entertainment” solution by way of expanding its media support. A new media player, which will be rolled out in an upcoming system update, will power this transition by letting users play digital content by way of a USB drive. DLNA streaming across

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2014, Comic-Con, Event, Gaming, Hardware, Mobile Computing, VR World

2014 San Diego Comic-Con: Day 1 Pictures

Comic-Con

On day one of the 2014 San Diego International Comic-Con we got a chance to check out some of the off-site events going on around the show as well as walk some more of the show floor and take a look at what people are doing. On Day 1 there were a lot more people dressed up in costumes than during Preview Night, but there were also a lot more people in general. Day 1 was a pretty great success because we got a chance to play laser tag with people from Nerdist and 2K in the Borderlands the Pre-Sequel laser tag. They also had

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