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  1. Recently it was reported that Sony will not be making the PS4 compatible was used games and speculation began if the same thing will happen to the next gen Xbox and it seems that it going that way too and not only that user will be required a constant internet connection to operate the console. So as well as not being able to play used next gen games does this also mean the next gen Xbox won't be backwards compatible with Xbox 360 games and will we not be able to play our beloved games like Halo 3, Reach, Halo 4 and many others on the new xbox? Well there is a possibility that the feature that prevents used games to be played will only be aimed at next gen games, or it could be like the 360 only selected games will be playable on the new console or the whole backward compatibility could be wiped out completely. This article is from Examiner With the expected announcement of Sony's next-generation console, the PS4, coming later this month, today we have acquired a few new details regarding Sony's direct competitor, Microsoft's Xbox 720. Through the information that was delivered in an article posted by Edge Online today, it seems that Microsoft's Xbox 720 will require users to have a constant Internet connection to operate the device. Along with the always online function, the Xbox 720 will completely eliminate the used game market. It is stated that Microsoft will still make physical copies of software available with the use of 50 GB capacity Blu-ray discs. These discs will be supplied with a one-time activation code and will be useless after this code has been used. Since Microsoft is targeting the online delivery model, it is stated that the Xbox 720 will have a sizable hard drive shipped with the system. Continuing to drive for the use of motion control, the Xbox 720 will be shipped with a new Kinect device bundled with the system. It is stated that this device will be much more responsive than the original Kinect.
  2. If the X-box 720 ( Officially named x-box) came out but you couldn't use X-box 360 games on it, would you still buy it? (Keeping in mind, that unless you keep the 360, you won't be able to play any previous halo games)
  3. Hey guys! Apparently Microsoft just bought a URL, www.xbox8.com. They haven't done anyhting with, but own it. One thing though, the Xbox 720 may be called the Xbox 8. Yet, I reasoned in my mind. If it's true that history repeats itself, then this'll make sense. Right now, they use www.xbox.com. Although, the current Xbox model, is the Xbox 360. If I'm right, then they'll keep using www.xbox.com for the next gen. Then, again, what explains the www.xbox8.com purchase? Maybe they didn't want anyone else using that URL since it has the Xbox name? I don't know...
  4. So I had a quick question for everyone regarding the xbox 720. Im curious as to If we are going to get to keep are 360 gamertag and all are Acievments and be able to have the same gamer score and gamertag on the upcoming consol. So in other words Will are gamertag jump to the new 720 consol?
  5. would you be happy if you can get halo 2 anniversary for the 720 with good working mp with all the old maps
  6. Xbox 720 May Eventually be Free to Play Online Source: Examiner The Xbox 720 may go eventually to play, but will this be true? The Xbox 720 is close to being unveiled and one of the questions that is still up in the air is what type of model the system will ultimately adapt. According to a report from GamesIndustryon Friday, Crytek chief executive officer Cevat Yerli talked about the decision they made to make free-to-play games equal to the same quality as pay-to-play titles. "We decided five or six years ago that we want to marry the quality of triple-A games with the business model of free-to-play. "And at that time, we decided some other games, in some of our other studios, would head in this direction. "But we kept pushing the quality bar higher on our console business, which is the main dominating business for the Western world, but we are observing, plainly - and we see this already with 'Warface' - that the free-to-play market is on the rise. "We're looking at free-to-play as a force that drives our growth and world-domination plans."I think over the next two to three years, free-to-play is going to rival retail with quality games like 'Warface.' "So we have quite a few console titles in our pipeline that are [traditional retail games] while we investigate free-to-play on consoles. But our primary goal is to make triple-A free-to-play games for the world market and transition entirely to that," Yerli said. Yerli then went on to talk about their upcoming platform GFace. "As a company, [we will] transition from a developer to a service company, and we're going to offer a platform, with G-Face, to any other [developer that needs it]. "If we could launch our games on a platform that already exists today, and we could get the same results, then we wouldn't build our own platform. But we're convinced that our platform does some particularly new things that makes our games behave better. That's why we plan to offer this service to third parties. "This doesn't mean our main business will be driven by our platform business. We are just going to open it up and see how it works. We are always going to be a games-first company. "We will always have our own development because we are all about making games. We provide technology, but technology is not our main driver. We make technology to make great games," Yerli said. View attachment: xbox.jpg
  7. Recently it was reported that Sony will not be making the PS4 compatible with used games and speculation began if the same thing will happen to the next gen Xbox and it seems that it going that way too and not only that, users will be required to have a constant internet connection to operate the console. So as well as not being able to play used next gen games does this also mean the next gen Xbox won't be backwards compatible with Xbox 360 games and will we not be able to play our beloved games like Halo 3, Reach, Halo 4 and many others on the new xbox? Well there is a possibility that the feature that prevents used games to be played will only be aimed at next gen games, or it could be like the 360 only selected games will be playable on the new console or the whole backward compatibility could be wiped out completely. This article is from Examiner With the expected announcement of Sony's next-generation console, the PS4, coming later this month, today we have acquired a few new details regarding Sony's direct competitor, Microsoft's Xbox 720. Through the information that was delivered in an article posted by Edge Online today, it seems that Microsoft's Xbox 720 will require users to have a constant Internet connection to operate the device. Along with the always online function, the Xbox 720 will completely eliminate the used game market. It is stated that Microsoft will still make physical copies of software available with the use of 50 GB capacity Blu-ray discs. These discs will be supplied with a one-time activation code and will be useless after this code has been used. Since Microsoft is targeting the online delivery model, it is stated that the Xbox 720 will have a sizable hard drive shipped with the system. Continuing to drive for the use of motion control, the Xbox 720 will be shipped with a new Kinect device bundled with the system. It is stated that this device will be much more responsive than the original Kinect. This post has been promoted to an article
  8. Xbox 720 May Eventually be Free to Play Online Source: Examiner The Xbox 720 may go eventually to play, but will this be true? The Xbox 720 is close to being unveiled and one of the questions that is still up in the air is what type of model the system will ultimately adapt. According to a report from GamesIndustryon Friday, Crytek chief executive officer Cevat Yerli talked about the decision they made to make free-to-play games equal to the same quality as pay-to-play titles. "We decided five or six years ago that we want to marry the quality of triple-A games with the business model of free-to-play. "And at that time, we decided some other games, in some of our other studios, would head in this direction. "But we kept pushing the quality bar higher on our console business, which is the main dominating business for the Western world, but we are observing, plainly - and we see this already with 'Warface' - that the free-to-play market is on the rise. "We're looking at free-to-play as a force that drives our growth and world-domination plans."I think over the next two to three years, free-to-play is going to rival retail with quality games like 'Warface.' "So we have quite a few console titles in our pipeline that are [traditional retail games] while we investigate free-to-play on consoles. But our primary goal is to make triple-A free-to-play games for the world market and transition entirely to that," Yerli said. Yerli then went on to talk about their upcoming platform GFace. "As a company, [we will] transition from a developer to a service company, and we're going to offer a platform, with G-Face, to any other [developer that needs it]. "If we could launch our games on a platform that already exists today, and we could get the same results, then we wouldn't build our own platform. But we're convinced that our platform does some particularly new things that makes our games behave better. That's why we plan to offer this service to third parties. "This doesn't mean our main business will be driven by our platform business. We are just going to open it up and see how it works. We are always going to be a games-first company. "We will always have our own development because we are all about making games. We provide technology, but technology is not our main driver. We make technology to make great games," Yerli said. This post has been promoted to an article
  9. It has been reported that at least 4 brand new titles will be released for the next gen xbox but they might not be released when the next xbox is released but perhaps at some point after. More details below. This article is from Examiner "Halo", "Gears of War", "Fable" and "Forza Motorsport" have been staples for the Xbox 360 and at least three of those are assured to return next-gen with the release of the next Xbox. Microsoft has been criticized in the past for not having original and exclusive titles for its consoles but a Microsoft Product Manager resume discovered Friday confirms that there are at least four all new intellectual properties (IPs) coming. Jonathan Brown is the current Senior Product Manager/Product Planner for Microsoft's Vancouver Studios which was renamed to Black Tusk Studios last November. In his LinkedIn resume he wrote, "I have been the primary product manager on four unannounced new IP and have been a key contributor to bringing these IP from the very early concept phase through green light to production." In an interview with The Vancouver Sun last year, studio head Mike Crump said, "[W]e are working on Microsoft’s next big entertainment franchise. We’re not working on an existing franchise, we’re looking to build the next 'Halo' here in Vancouver, for example, which is really exciting. We are building something from the ground up.” That distinction is important as it shows that Microsoft is working on AAA franchises and not just Kinect games which have been received poorly by 'core' gamers. Other studios with unannounced projects include Microsoft Studios - Log Angeles, Platform Next Studios, Playful Learning, Skybox Sports, Lionhead Studios, Lift London, Press Play, and Microsoft Victoria Studios. Some of these studios could be working on PC only titles or Windows Phone 8 games as well.
  10. It has been reported that at least 4 brand new titles will be released for the next gen xbox but they might not be released when the next xbox is released but perhaps at some point after. More details below. This article is from Examiner "Halo", "Gears of War", "Fable" and "Forza Motorsport" have been staples for the Xbox 360 and at least three of those are assured to return next-gen with the release of the next Xbox. Microsoft has been criticized in the past for not having original and exclusive titles for its consoles but a Microsoft Product Manager resume discovered Friday confirms that there are at least four all new intellectual properties (IPs) coming. Jonathan Brown is the current Senior Product Manager/Product Planner for Microsoft's Vancouver Studios which was renamed to Black Tusk Studios last November. In his LinkedIn resume he wrote, "I have been the primary product manager on four unannounced new IP and have been a key contributor to bringing these IP from the very early concept phase through green light to production." In an interview with The Vancouver Sun last year, studio head Mike Crump said, "[W]e are working on Microsoft’s next big entertainment franchise. We’re not working on an existing franchise, we’re looking to build the next 'Halo' here in Vancouver, for example, which is really exciting. We are building something from the ground up.” That distinction is important as it shows that Microsoft is working on AAA franchises and not just Kinect games which have been received poorly by 'core' gamers. Other studios with unannounced projects include Microsoft Studios - Log Angeles, Platform Next Studios, Playful Learning, Skybox Sports, Lionhead Studios, Lift London, Press Play, and Microsoft Victoria Studios. Some of these studios could be working on PC only titles or Windows Phone 8 games as well. This post has been promoted to an article
  11. Next Xbox coming by 2013 Holiday season courtesy of Plugged-in by Chris Morris Full article link >>> http://games.yahoo.c...-191606695.html image courtesy of CVG Enjoy that time as the only next-generation console on the market, Wii U. The competition is coming sooner than you might think. Bloomberg reports Microsoft will release its next generation Xbox in time for the 2013 holidays. While the date has been widely expected, the news service says unnamed company insiders have now confirmed the time period. There are still plenty of questions about the reveal, though. One of the biggest is whether Microsoft will wait until the E3 trade show in June to debut the Xbox 720 (or Xbox 8, or Durango, or whatever they decide to call it), though the company is said to be considering a separate event dedicated solely to the system's reveal. Rumors about the tech specs of the next system are everywhere. Most recently, Xbox World reported that it will boast an improved version of Kinect, a Blu-ray drive, and a new controller with an embedded HD touchscreen. Microsoft, not surprisingly, declined to comment on the story. Part of the reason for that 'no comment' is the company's long-standing refusal to discuss rumor and speculation. The other is that it doesn't want to distract anyone from the Xbox 360 this year. It's a strategy that's working so far. During Black Friday week, Microsoft beat out the competition by selling 750,000 Xbox 360 consoles. Halo 4, which many speculate is the swan song for the Xbox 360 as far as original AAA titles go, is also selling well. Bloomberg's story did not, however, make mention of the streamlined "Xbox TV" device that has been making the rumor rounds lately. The Verge reported late last week that Microsoft was planning a set-top box device that would provide access to core entertainment services as well as casual gaming options at a lower price than its next gen console. That device, reportedly, is meant to compete with Apple TV. image courtesy of CVG
  12. If you haven't already heard, Halo 5, the next game in the Reclaimer trilogy, will be released sometime between 2013 and 2015. The only possible problem with this is, some people might be turned off by the fact that they have to buy a new console to play Halo 5.
  13. Apparently Xbox World Magazine couln't keep their trap shut and this is the result! We have been waiting a looooong time for this to get even a sliver of information on this and here it is! Simply called "Xbox" the console has: 8Gb of ram quad core processor BLU-RAY!!!! Head mounted augmented reality device? Kinect 2.0 (Hand tracking) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGhkD22L7FQ Will you be getting this and what do you think of this? Articlify this Archangel!
  14. GT-ShadowFalcon777 Map-Generator Creator-ShadowFalcon777 Gametype-Race Recommended players- 1-8 (however it is compatible with 16) Gameplay- Use mongooses and nothing else otherwise the 720 wont work. This a rollercoaster styled map in the pardisal area. Starting gates a little funky, but its has a 90.0% consistant 720 and a pipeline area thats a favorite to all. In my opinion has great asthetics and is really smooth. hope you guys like the map and check it out. Download link- http://halo.xbox.com...etails=29830224 BTW in the video, The map placed 3rd so you may want to skip to there.
  15. The current video game console generation is entering is nearing its end, and with that inevitability with the unceasing rumors of what each company's next hardware will be capable of, Nintendo has already shown its hand by unveling the Wii U, and now some 'tasty tidbits' (XD) are beginning to surface regarding the next Xbox from Microsoft. Nicknamed the Xbox 720, some new, well-sourced rumors have suggested that it will be six times as powerful as the current Xbox. :unworthy: The Xbox 360 is no slouch, and still hosts some of the most popular games, but the hardware is approaching its 6th birthday and some serious advancements have been made in the world of graphic processing in the last half decade. The new Xbox will reportedly run on a derivative of the AMD's 6670 graphics chip, which supports 1080p HD, 3D, and linking to multiple external displays. Compared to the Wii U, the Xbox 720 should be roughly 20% more powerful, though the stats of the two systems are said to be close enough that their audiences may not even notice a difference. Like Microsoft, Sony has yet to officially reveal anything about its followup to the Playstation 3, but based on their console release history, a new machine is surely in the works. Where the PlayStation 4 will stack up in comparison to the new systems by Nintendo and Microsoft is anyone's guess.
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