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  1. Hoping to increase its revenues, BitTorrent Inc. added advertisements to the popular uTorrent client two years ago. What many people don't know though, is that these ads can be disabled by diving into the advanced settings. "Pimp my uTorrent" now comes with a one click solution to make this process less cumbersome. When BitTorrent Inc. announced its plan to add advertising to its flagship uTorrent client a small user revolt broke out. The people complaining were mostly annoyed that there would be no option to disable the ads. Luckily, BitTorrent listened to the feedback and decided that users would indeed get a chance to opt-out from the ads. Despite the initial complaints, nowadays most users probably aren’t aware of the opt-out settings. uTorrent previously reported that it’s serving billions of ads per month, quite a significant number. Even for those users who do know, uTorrent doesn’t make it very easy for them to remove the ads. They will have to mess with the advanced settings, search for the relevant variables, and change them one by one. The developer of the torrent optimized TV-calendar DuckieTV was confronted with this issue a few days ago when he introduced a friend to BitTorrent. After first installing uTorrent, he noticed that the client was littered with ads he disabled himself a long time ago. After manually changing several settings to strip the ads, he came up with the idea to automate the process. “I turned them off for my friend, and decided to try and see if I could automate the process the next day,†Schizoduckie tells TF. For DuckieTV, the developer previously reverse-engineered BitTorrent’s Torque and BtApp.js tools, which are able to talk to uTorrent via the browser. He therefore decided to see if the same code could also be used to change uTorrent’s settings. “I remembered that BitTorrent previously ran an experiment with btApp.js that fiddled with settings, so all I needed to do was hook up the settings functionality in my library and set up a page so users can disable ads in one click,†Schizoduckie says. Fast forward a few hours and “Pimp my uTorrent†was born. Pimp my uTorrent literally requires just one click to disable the ads on Windows clients. There is nothing to install as the page uses JavaScript to communicate with uTorrent. After the “pimping†is done, uTorrent might need to be restarted before the changes are visible. People who are not happy with the result have an option to reverse them with another click. It can’t get much simpler than that. Those who are interested in what the tool does can inspect the relevant variables here. A more detailed overview of all ad related settings and how these can be changed is available in the uTorrent forums. Happy pimping!
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  3. Earlier today, we gave you seven exclusive reasons why you're going to want to own a PlayStation 4 in 2015. But as Microsoft proved in 2014, they can hold their own when it comes to exclusive games offered on their console. It's all relative, but I personally feel that Xbox One had the better exclusive lineup this year. But what about in 2015? We've already made quite the case for PS4, but can Microsoft match Sony's gaming muscle? Below are 5 exclusive Xbox One games we're excited to play in 2015. Crackdown (3) The first Crackdown was launched by Microsoft Studios for Xbox 360 back in 2007. Featuring an open-world filled with over-the-top action and extreme weapons, it was well-received and widely regarded as a nice alternative to the Grand Theft Auto franchise. Details are still scarce regarding the new Crackdown, which was announced during Microsoft's E3 2014 Press Conference, but a trailer that accompanied the reveal seemed to showcase the same elements that made the original so popular. Rise of the Tomb Raider Tomb Raider Crystal Dynamics Tomb Raider reboot was a huge hit and one of the biggest games of 2013, despite what its publisher Square Enix had to say. If you plan on continuing Lara's journeys in Rise of the Tomb Raider, though, you're going to need an Xbox One, as Rise of the Tomb Raider is a timed exclusive. Sure, it may -- and probably will -- eventually make its way to PlayStation 4, but we don't know when that'll be. If anything, this is Microsoft's temporary answer to PlayStation's Uncharted franchise. Fable Legends Mouse over video for audio CLOSE Fable Legends Fans of the popular Fable series are going to want to own an Xbox One in 2015, as the latest installment, Fable Legends, makes its debut. Designed primarily with an emphasis on cooperative multiplayer gameplay, this role-playing game pits four heroes against a villain trying to prevent the group from completing objectives. Quantum Break quantum break Described by developer Remedy Entertainment's Sam Lake as a "fusion of a cinematic action game and a top-of-the-line live-action show," Quantum Break looks to blur the line between television and gaming. Officially labeled as a third-person, cover-based action game, Quantum Break sees you wielding unique powers in which you can bend and warp time to outmaneuver and outwit the enemy. What's really cool, though, is how your actual gameplay will impact the show. And in turn, the show will give you tips and inform you on how to play the game. Halo 5: Guardians Halo 5 Guardians Halo 5: Guardians, the newest installment of Microsoft's flagship franchise, makes its debut exclusively on Xbox One in 2015. Do I really need to say more about this? If a new Halo isn't reason enough to go out and buy an Xbox One this year, then I don't know what else Microsoft can do to convince you. If you already own an Xbox One and a copy of The Master Chief Collection, then you can get a sneak peek at Halo 5's multiplayer right now.
  4. In this month’s issue of Nintendo Dream, Smash Bros. director Masahiro Sakurai discussed the process of choosing characters for the game’s roster. Sakurai confirmed that he looked into featuring characters from unreleased new games at the very beginning of development. By the time the project proposal finished – which was May 2012 – “all characters were already decided.†As production continues, the team decides which characters to cut from the proposal given their priority. Speaking of cut characters, Sakurai revealed that there was one newcomer who was almost cut. We won’t reveal who it was just to be safe with spoilers, though most of you should know who the character is at this point. Head past the break for the character in question plus the full excerpt from Nintendo Dream. ND: When not you are not developing and there is a new title or character released, you are not thinking about “How about that one in the next Smash Bros?â€, right? MS: Absolutely not! I’m always thinking that doing Smash Bros. again will be impossible. Impossible, impossible…is what I always think, but I ended up making it again (laughs). But once I decide to do it, I’m very fast about creating moves and such. For example Greninja, even before his name was decided I received several illustrations. I took them home in the evening and around midnight I had already done all his actions, normal moves, special moves and pose-pictures and sent them around asking “What do you think?â€. ND: That’s incredible speed! By the way, when deciding on which characters to use, are you looking into unreleased new games? MS: At the very beginning I did that. This time our project-proposal is dated May 2012, at that time all characters were decided already. Then as production moves on we will say “We won’t put that character in†and cut out low-priority-characters. ND: That means in your project-proposal there are more characters than ended up in the game? MS: Yes, but I won’t tell which of course. ND: (laughs). We were wondering all the time “Which characters will be inâ€, and then the “long-time heroes†are announced just like that. We were wondering if that was the right way to announce them. MS: After all we were planning on including so many characters, in the end this pace of announcing them was enough. Each and every character has fans, we wanted to drop as few as possible. About the order of which character has priority, the characters that don’t have a new title coming up have an overwhelming disadvantage…even characters that we ended up including could have been left out if development had progressed differently. But even if 1 former character is left out, for the fans this is a huge thing. On our side, we are re-creating characters from the previous title, and keep on adding more, so the word “reduce†is not appropriate. There are cases where we simply couldn’t make it in the end, but on the whole we did a good job I think and the people at Bandai Namco Games did a great job. We had discussions on giving up on something many many times, Bowser Jr. was on the brink of being cut but the staff said “We’ll do our best!†and we made it. ND: Were there Smash Bros. or Nintendo-fans among the staff of Bandai Namco Games? SM: Of course. People who love Nintendo, people who love the characters, people who aren’t a fan of something specific but love games as a whole…it depends on the individual. ND: Was there something you didn’t ask for but got created because one of your staff was obsessed with it? MS: There are several cases of this. For example, Sheik’s movement is completely different to Brawl, someone made a proposal to me for those motions.
  5. It's only temporary." It's what all PlayStation fans have been saying ever since Microsoft announced they'd be dropping the price of the Xbox One by $50 for the holiday rush. And it's true; the price cut is indeed only temporary, as Microsoft plans to bring their new system back to the original $399 price point on January 4, 2015. The big question is this: Will the move result in a fresh upswing in sales for Sony's console? The PlayStation 4 dominated all the way up until that Xbox One price drop, so perhaps it stands to reason that this domination will return to force. On the other hand, recent PSN issues and the lack of AAA PS4 exclusives this holiday season have had an impact. On the flip side, at least Xbox One had games like Sunset Overdrive and Halo: The Master Chief Collection, which definitely sweetened the deal for gamers. Having a bunch of cool holiday bundles helped as well. Going into 2015, one could easily argue that Microsoft has the momentum and despite the return to $399, that momentum will continue. But will it...? Perhaps Microsoft should consider leaving Xbox One at the $349 price point, although we know it'd cost them an arm and a leg to do so. At the very least, it makes the console war that much more exciting. I also wonder what Sony thinks. Are they hoping Xbox One goes back to $399 so PS4 can reclaim its momentum? Price is a hugely important factor, a lesson we learn and relearn every time we see a price cut on new gaming hardware.
  6. The Xbox One got off to a rocky start. I’m sure Microsoft still isn’t satisfied with where the Xbox One is, but things are getting better. The combination of some really great exclusives and timely price cuts and bundles have improved the landscape dramatically. And so as 2014 winds down to a close, here are the best Xbox One console exclusives of 2014. And yea, we know some are on PC too. But the only console they are on is Xbox One… so… yea. Sunset Overdrive Sunset Overdrive is over-the-top, humorous, vibrant, self-aware, full of action -- and it all totally works. It has all of the elements of a blockbuster title. It’s a kickass time, even when you play it alone, and it’s a great reminder that we don’t always have to take video games so seriously. A great Xbox One exclusive, we scored Sunset Overdrive a 9. Halo: The Master Chief Collection With more than 10 years worth of Halo content offered on one disc, The Master Chief Collection is one of the most robust curations we’ve ever seen. It offers you everything you could possibly want from Halo, and it does it on your terms. The visuals are a huge improvement, and the control and freedom you have to experience Master Chief’s adventures is one of the most appealing things about it. Volgarr the Viking Volgarr the Viking is a return to retro. Not just in visuals, but in its extremely difficult side-scrolling action platformer gameplay. It’s really, really hard. But it gives you a sense of purpose that helps you realize how good the game really is. Combat is simple but tough, so Volgarr the Viking is great if you’re looking for a challenge you used to get back in the day. Project Spark Project Spark is more of a video game editor than a game. There’s a robust set of creation tools that the game shows you how to use to bring your creations to life. Project Spark is great if you’re willing to put in time and patience and have a creative mind. It’s also going to be as good as its community. Forza Horizon 2 Earning a 9 in our review, Forza Horizon 2 stood out this holiday season among the slew of racing games that released. It’s gorgeous, huge, exciting, and most of all, it’s just downright fun. Rain and weather effects put an exclamation point on the already breathtaking visuals. Titanfall Titanfall received an 8 in our review. What it lacks in depth and variety, it makes up for in map design, maneuverability, action and balance. The overwhelming amount of hype probably hurt the game in the long run, but there’s no denying that it’s a great first entry into a franchise with a bright future, and it remains one of the premier multiplayer shooters you can buy.
  7. 32 percent of all Ubisoft games sold in the past six months were on PS4, compared to 15 percent for Xbox One. As part of Ubisoft's latest earnings report today, the French Assassin's Creed publisher released a chart that shows a breakdown of sales for Ubisoft games by platform. You might have guessed it, but this chart proves it: the PlayStation 4 is the king of current-generation consoles, for Ubisoft at least. The chart speaks for itself. One of the most standout statistics is that PS4 rival Xbox One actually rankedfourth for the quarter ended September 30. With 9 percent of sales, the Xbox One was outsold byPlayStation 3 (19 percent), PC (17 percent), and Xbox 360 (16 percent) during that three-month period. PS4 share for Ubisoft games widened when looking at sales for the six-month period ended September 30. 32 percent of all Ubisoft games sold during that term were PS4 titles, compared to 15 percent for Xbox One. This is a significant shift from the last generation of consoles. As you can see in the chart above, for the first six months of Ubisoft's first-half of last fiscal year, Xbox 360 was the leader at 29 percent, compared to 24 percent for PS3. The PS4 has sold more than 10 million units as of August 2014. Microsoft has not provided a new sales update for the Xbox One in many months, though the system is believed to have sold in excess of 5 million units. Just this week, Microsoft announced a temporary $50 price cut for the Xbox One, which goes into effect on Sunday, ahead of the all-important holiday shopping season. What stands out most to you in the chart? Let us know in the comments below. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  8. Even Nicolas Cage is scared. Do you think you're tougher than Nicolas Cage?# Even before we learned that it was a teaser for the next Silent Hill, P.T. was turning heads back in August. But in order to experience it yourself, you (or someone you know) needed to own a PlayStation 4. That's no longer the case, thanks to a Project Spark player on Xbox One. As demonstrated in the trailer above, Twitter user SpawnN8NE has recreated P.T. using Project Spark, Xbox One's free game creator tool. Known as R.T., the game--described by the trailer as "the world's second interactive teaser," playing on the terminology originally used for P.T.--has you navigating a creepy, seemingly abandoned house. I won't spoil things for you if you haven't followed the game closely, but suffice it to say it's best played in the dark and in an expandable pair of pants. The trailer itself is somewhat of a recreation of a P.T. trailer; at the very least, it has the night vision shots of a scared player making his or her way through the game. Only this time, it's not actually a player, but Nicolas Cage crying in Vampire's Kiss, which might actually be the scariest part about all of this. Silent Hills, the game P.T. was actually a playable teaser for, is currently in the works at Kojima Productions for PS4. Both Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima and film director Guillermo del Toro are involved with its development.
  9. Check out an in-depth look at the "time-amplified" gameplay for Remedy's 2015 Xbox One game. Microsoft and Alan Wake developer Remedy Entertainment today released a 16-minute gameplay trailer forQuantum Break, the upcoming Xbox One exclusive that will launch in 2015. The video, which is the full version of what we saw at Gamescom in August, is narrated by creative director Sam Lake. It offers a look at Quantum Break's "time-amplified" gameplay, and we're reminded that everything in the video is actual gameplay footage that was captured on Xbox One. The sequence on display in the video above is from the middle of the game, when main character Jack is trying to meet up with the game's other hero, Beth Wilder, but the nefarious Monarch Corporation is getting in the way. As for the time-amplified gameplay, what this means for Quantum Break is that, during shooting and combat sequences, Jack can zip through time to get a leg-up on his enemies. Unfortunately for Jack, certain Monarch soldiers can also manipulate time, making for some formidably fierce foes. Quantum Break is not just a video game, as it's also going to be paired with a live-action show. The game tells the story of the heroes while the show clues us in on the villains. The Quantum Break show wasunaffected by Xbox Entertainment Studios' recent closure. For more on Quantum Break, check out GameSpot's previous coverage. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  10. Get an Xbox One without Kinect for $50 off starting November 9, according to leaked adscan. If you're in the market for an Xbox One and can hold out for a few weeks, you may want to consider this new deal from Kmart. According to an adscan for a sale beginning the week of November 9, Kmart will offer Kinect-free Xbox One bundles for $350, a markdown of $50 from the normal $400 price point. The adscan above comes from Twitter user thebiglouie. If true, it would represent one of the best deals to date for an Xbox One, not to mention making the Xbox One $50 less expensive than the rival PlayStation 4. There is no mention of a markdown for the $500 Xbox One bundle that comes with Kinect. It is unclear if this deal is limited to Kmart or if it is a wider price drop that will be available at retailers nationwide. We'll report back with more details as they become available. The deal, if genuine, is timed with the release of marquee Xbox One title, Halo: The Master Chief Collection, which goes on sale on November 11. This isn't the only rumored Xbox One deal. Adscans from Target and Wal-Mart show that the $500 Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare 1 TB console will be offered for $450 beginning in November. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  11. Phil Spencer says improving install times is high on his personal priority list. Improving Xbox One install times ranks highly on Xbox boss Phil Spencer's platform priority list, though it remains to be seen when gamers might start to see zippier install periods. "It's high on my priority list," Spencer told IGN. Part of the reason that Xbox One install times are slower than PlayStation 4 times in some cases, Spencer said, is a result of Microsoft dropping the always-online requirement for Xbox One. He said Xbox One launch titles like Forza Motorsport 5 and Ryse: Son of Rome were developed with the assumption that all Xbox Ones would always be connected to the Internet, but this changed. "The change to having to deal with an offline-only state meant that all the install code-flows weren't as perfect as they could be," Spencer admitted. "It's really our developer pipeline and our ingestion system where we have to do the most work" -- Spencer said about improving Xbox One install times In response to this, Spencer asked him team to install third-party games on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 to measure the differences in install times. He said in some cases, Xbox One install times are in fact faster, but in others, Microsoft's console does "significantly worse." "Are there systemtic reasons for that? Our drive's obviously the same speed, moving stuff into memory takes the same amount of time; hard drive speed's basically the same, so what's going on?" he said. "I'm capturing the data. I want to be state-of-the-art in install times so people can start playing games as soon as possible. It's high on my priority list." So what, then, is the issue? Spencer wouldn't say outright, acknowledging only that, "There isn't one thing to say why are we two seconds slower on this game or frankly why are we two seconds faster on a different game. The issues are a little bit in the weeds. It's really our developer pipeline and our ingestion system where we have to do the most work." "I'm not defending it at all, because I do think install times should be faster," he added. Asked to specify where on the roadmap improving Xbox One install times is, Spencer reiterated that it's high on his priority list, though he didn't have a specific timeline to share. "It's kind of a constant," he said. "It's one of the things that's on top of my list in terms of the parity experience between us and Sony, and making sure that the install times aren't deficient on Xbox in any way." In January, Spencer first admitted that Xbox One install times need to improve. What are your thoughts on Xbox One install times? Let us know in the comments below. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  12. Microsoft remains committed to introducing functionality to Xbox One that lets you take screenshots, but the company now says getting this up and running is proving tricky. As a result, Microsoft isn't going to roll this feature out until sometime in 2015, Xbox boss Phil Spencer says. "As we come back into the new year, we'll see new stuff, and screenshots is on the list," Spencer told IGN. Shadow of Mordor has a photo mode, but it's limited on Xbox OneBack in May, Spencer revealed that the ability to take screenshots on Xbox One was one of the features Microsoft engineers were working to deliver through a future update. One of the reasons why we haven't seen this feature yet is because it's "a little more technically challenging" than Spencer first imagined. "Two weeks ago, [Microsoft engineers] think they've found a good solution for screenshots. They're working on it. They know people want it," he said. "The team has a path to getting it done, and now it's just prioritizing." By comparison, the PlayStation 4 has allowed users to take and share screenshots since launch in November 2013. The Xbox One's lack of screenshot functionality has put a damper on some game functionality, as Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor's Photo Mode is significantly limited on Xbox One. Also in the interview, Spencer said Xbox One owners should expect December's system update to be smaller than previous ones. "In December, it's probably a time for us to pause for a little bit and settle just as all the new consoles are coming online," he said. Finally, Spencer stressed that Microsoft is still looking to improve install times for Xbox One games, noting that this is a personal priority of his. October's Xbox One update launched last week, bringing with it new features such as a Gamerscore leaderboard for friends and smoother Snap Mode navigation. Meanwhile, November's update will introduce custom background support and will let you post video clips directly to Twitter. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  13. Plus, Game Clips can now be published on Twitter; Trending stats added to TV guide. Microsoft has outlined numerous improvements, additions and changes coming to Xbox One via its monthly system update. The main attraction for November is the new personalisation features, which allow users to create a customised background. The corporation adds that this was the "number one requested feature" from fans. This comes weeks after the Xbox head, Phil Spencer, pledged to add custom theme support to Xbox One systems. Though the new update is a stepping-stone on that path, Microsoft said that "more customisation options" would arrive later. See directly below for a trio of preview images: Gamers who have enlisted with the Xbox One preview program should be able to access the update now. Other additions to the November update include the option to attach a "flaunt reel" to your profile. Users can display six video snippets of their gaming feats, which others can watch when browsing profiles. Further to this, and in what could be a coup for Microsoft as it competes with Sony for relevance on social media, the Xbox One can now publish game clips directly to Twitter. In addition, Microsoft has applied a trending algorithm to its TV guide. The system update will launch at some stage in November. A full breakdown of updates, written by Microsoft, is published below, while a video walkthrough is available in the video above. Show Who You Are – Some of the most requested features being released this month include the ability to customize your Xbox One background and showcase and share some of your favorite achievements and game clips. Custom Backgrounds – The #1 fan-requested feature is making its initial debut for preview members. For the first time, each account on your Xbox One can have a customized background. You can choose a custom color or achievement art as your background on Xbox One, with more customization options coming down the road. Gamer Profile – You can now share your location and bio as part of your profile. You can set these options on your Xbox One console and use Xbox One SmartGlass to browse to other people’s profiles and check out their showcase items. Additionally, you can now select a set of showcase items that are displayed when other gamers look at your profile on an Xbox One console. You can use Xbox One SmartGlass or Xbox One console to add or remove up to six game clips or achievements that will be displayed in a carousel format. Tweet about your Favorite Game Clips – You can now share your favorite Xbox One game clips with your followers on Twitter. Use the Share button on any game clip you have created and select Twitter to compose the Tweet. A New Way to Watch TV – With new Live TV and Twitter integration, you can discover new shows to love and see what people are saying on Twitter about shows in real-time. Live TV Trending – Starting today for preview members in the U.S., Canada and the UK, a new tab will be available in OneGuide that displays the top 20 most watched TV shows, with the list filtered down to the shows that are currently available to you based on your OneGuide settings. The Live TV Trending list is updated by the minute, so you can easily discover shows that are popular with other viewers. The Trending tab in OneGuide is updated to display Twitter - Live TV trending first and Xbox – Live TV Trending second. You can tune to a specific show by pressing the A button. Twitter TV Trending – New this month in preview, you can see what Live TV is trending based on shows with the most conversations taking place on Twitter. Twitter TV Trending will initially be available to preview members in the U.S. Xbox TV Trending – The Trending tab in OneGuide is updated to display Twitter trending first and Xbox – Live TV Trending second. Xbox – Live TV Trending is based on the number of Xbox One owners currently watching that show in each country, pulled from anonymous data collected at a national level. Tweets in MiniGuide – See the actual tweets for the Live TV shows in real time and quickly find the Twitter #hashtag to join the conversation. Recents and Favorites in MiniGuide – MiniGuide has been updated to include your favorite TV channels in a combined Recents and Favorites area and MiniGuide can now be activated via voice by saying “Xbox Select – MiniGuide†while watching TV. Store improvements and SmartGlass updates – We are also excited to roll out these cool features: Store improvements – The Store pages on Xbox One have been improved to enable you to more quickly browse and find content. The navigation buttons were moved to the far left so you can find them easier. You can also more quickly find game add-ons, perform store specific searches and recommendations are more prominently displayed. Finally, store categories have been standardized so you can easily see the top items in each query at a glance. Friends’ Game Activity on SmartGlass – You can now see a list of your friends that have played a given game within the Xbox One SmartGlass experience. Games with Gold & Deals with Gold on SmartGlass – For gamers with an Xbox Live Gold subscription, you can browse “Free Games with Gold†and discounted content with Gold and initiate download of the content to your Xbox One console from your mobile device. SmartGlass Store Improvements – We added a new section for Apps to make it easier to find and download apps for your Xbox One, as well as adding a Coming Soon filter for Games and Add Ons to make it easier to see upcoming Xbox One releases sorted by anticipated release date. Internet Explorer updates – There are a few improvements Internet Explorer available this month: Snap IE – From the Address Bar in Internet Explorer, you can now easily snap from a full screen experience and move Internet Explorer into snap mode. Featured sites – Now, Internet Explorer will show a number when something is newly-added to featured sites. Newly-added sites will also display a badge until you launch them or seven days have passed since the site was added to the Featured list. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  14. Video showcases how the small device can pause and rewind live TV, as well as stream video to phones and tablets. Microsoft has launched its digital TV Tuner for Xbox One across the UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain. The miniature peripheral receives TV signals from a coaxial cable (the old-fashioned wires used to air free terrestrial TV) and feeds that into the Xbox One via USB connection, though the console will need to be powered on in order to watch it. The Xbox One Digital TV Tuner costs £25 in the UK The tuner adds several key features to the traditional Freeview experience. First, Live Pause, which allows users to freeze live TV for up to thirty minutes, as well as rewind and fast-forward footage. Owners can play their games while Live Pause is activated too. Second, the OneGuide offers a basic panel of TV listings to peruse with either the controller or Kinect (although, how effective voice commands are remains to be seen). The OneGuide is available either as a full-screen menu or an in-picture window, the latter of which allows users to browse other channels while watching one station. Third, the peripheral uses SmartGlass to stream video from the Xbox One to connected devices on a user's home network. This can also be done while playing games on the Xbox One, with television being processed in the background. (At the time of going to press, connected devices included Windows phones and tablets, as well as iOS devices, with Android support "coming soon"). As well as this, users can watch TV via Snap Mode, which fixes a small picture in a column on the right-hand-side of the screen while something else is displayed in the main picture. The TV Tuner arrives nearly a full year after the Xbox One's UK launch. The peripheral costs £25. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  15. Developer Playdead declines to comment. The acclaimed puzzle platformer Limbo could be coming to Xbox One, if a listing by a games ratings board is to be believed. Initially released in 2010 on Xbox 360, Limbo was lauded by critics and sold more than 300,000 unitswithin its first month. The title was eventually ported across to numerous platforms, including PlayStation 3,PC, PS Vita, and iOS. Now, according to a Korea-based ratings board, the distinctive monochrome platform game will soon ship on Xbox One too. A representative for the game's Denmark-based developer, Playdead, declined to comment when approached by GameSpot. If true, Limbo's appearance on Xbox One would mark the continuation of a flourishing business deal between Playdead and Microsoft. The software giant has acquired the rights to publish Playdead's next game, Inside, on Xbox One as a timed console exclusive. Phil Spencer, the head of Microsoft's Xbox division, has previously cited Limbo as one of his favorite games of all time. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  16. Image credit: WP Central.HBO Go, the app that gives users on demand access to the premium cable channel's movies and shows like Game of Thrones, might be coming to Xbox One soon. According to WP Central, a user on the r/xboxone sub-Reddit linked to a Microsoft OneDrive account that contained pictures of the app running on Xbox One, which the user said is currently in testing. The images of the app have since been removed. In June, Microsoft announced that more than 45 new entertainment apps are coming to Xbox One and Xbox 360 around the world by the end of the year, including HBO Go (which is already out on the Xbox 360). Some of these include Vine, ShowTime Anytime, Comedy Central, Major League Gaming, and new embedded Twitter functionality. Once these apps arrive, Microsoft's app catalog will increase by 25 percent to more than 225 apps in total. There are around 180 apps available now, Microsoft said on the Xbox Wire. At the moment, you need to pay for a pricey subscription to a cable or satellite TV service in order to use HBO Go, but earlier this week, HBO CEO Richard Plepler also made the surprising announcement that HBO will launch as a stand-alone service in the United States next year. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  17. Xbox One's preview program now assigns users a level based on their participation. When it's not causing issues with its unfinished features (hey, it's QA testing), Xbox One's preview program can be rewarding in and of itself--you get to try out cool new features not yet available to the general public. Apparently not satisfied with that, Microsoft is trying to turn testing system updates into a sort of game by tracking your stats and offering points. Preview program members will now find a new My Stats section in the Preview Dashboard app. From there, you can check out how many points you've earned, which in turn contribute to your level. A leaderboard tracks your progress against that of your friends (or other users, if none of your friends get preview updates), similar to the new gamerscore leaderboard released in this week's Xbox One update. Points are earned by completing quests, rating updates, and participating in surveys and polls. Fortunately for those who have been in the preview program for some time, you'll retroactively earn points for all of your past contributions. More things are coming to the My Stats page "soon," according to Microsoft, which also says you can earn rewards by participating. The preview program launched back in February, offering "select" Xbox Live users the chance to help test in-development features. We've seen these users get a variety of updates ahead of time since then; aspects of the update that went live for everyone this week have been available to testers since August. Should you want to join in, you'll unfortunately need an invite from Microsoft. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  18. Alienware's getting ready to launch its console-like gaming PC, the Alpha, in just a few weeks, so we took the $550 base model and put it up against a handful of console games to see how it performs against the competition. Instead of pushing the settings on the Alpha to the max, we tuned each game to achieve the best frame rate without sacrificing too many graphical flourishes in the process. The $550 version of Alienware's Alpha ships with a 2.9GHz Intel Core i3 CPU, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, and a slightly souped up Nvidia GTX 860M GPU with 2GB of VRAM. Considering the modest specs, it's surprising to see how well the Alpha fares when put up against PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. For more videos of the Alpha in action, check out Alienware's YouTube channel, and stay tuned to GameSpot for more Alpha coverage, including a comprehensive look at Alienware's custom, console-like UI. How do you think the $550 Alpha stands up to $400 consoles? Were the differences obvious or too minor to detect? Is Alienware right to call it a console, despite its PC roots? Let us know in the comments below! Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  19. EU release dates adjusted; Pre-downloading begins for 45 GB game; Spartan Ops Delayed. Xbox One owners can begin to pre-download Halo: The Master Chief Collection from Friday, October 17, meaning that the game can unlock instantly on its day of release. However, a day-one patch weighing about 20 GB will need to be downloaded and installed to unlock all of the game's content. The size of the game itself is already quite considerable, at about 45 GB. Dan Ayoub, the studio head at 343 Industries, says that some of the game will be accessible while the vast patch downloads. Other key features will not. "You’ll be able to start playing Campaign and more as the content is installing, with some features and multiplayer content being added via the update," he wrote on the Xbox news wire. "Yes, the update is large, but we weren't about to cut corners to save disc space. This ensures that you are getting every bit of Halo goodness we can fit in." Halo: The Master Chief Collection contains four complete Halo games, with every multiplayer map ever released, along with all the console and PC DLC. Both Halo 1 and 2 have been remastered, resplendent with high-definition graphics and updated textures. However, the whole package won't be released all at once. Spartan Ops, the episodic co-op game fromHalo 4, will now release in December. Microsoft has also announced that development of the Xbox One anthology has been completed. It has also amended the release dates in some territories so that the game can release internationally at the same time. As a result, Halo: The Master Chief Collection will ship across North America and Europe on November 11. There are some exceptions, however. The game will ship in Belgium on November 12, in Japan Nov 13, and in France on Nov 14. Ayoub said the team was "really happy to get it as close to a simultaneous worldwide release as possible so that we can all celebrate on November 11 and start playing together." Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  20. The PS4 came out on top in US sales despite Microsoft offering a free game to Xbox One buyers. The NPD Group today released its monthly sales report for September, and the top sellers were no real surprise: Destiny came out on top in terms of new, physical software sales, with PlayStation 4 again leading the way in hardware. Before the NPD sent out its report, Sony issued a statement saying PS4 was once again the top-selling console, and that it's been the most popular platform for playing Destiny. There was some belief that Xbox One might come out on top (following a prediction from analyst Michael Pachter), thanks to the free game promotion Microsoft offered, but that didn't turn out to be the case. Nintendo also offered a statement on the month's sales primarily focusing on the success of the 3DS and the new Super Smash Bros. As for Wii U itself, sales saw an increase of almost 50 percent over August. Hardware sales were up 136 percent to $432.7 million from $183.4 million during September 2013. Looking at consoles sales specifically, there was a jump up 200 percent year-over-year. That's thanks in large part to the Xbox One and PS4; the two combined to represent 85 percent of overall hardware sales during the month, which the NPD Group says is the highest portion of sales they've accounted for since last November. Comparing software sales with September 2013 was expected to be difficult due to the launch of Grand Theft Auto V (2013's top seller), and NPD made sure to note this. New, physical software sales were down 36 percent year-over-year to $481.2 million, compared with $754 million last September. However, if you look exclusive at the #2-9 games, sales are actually up. "The launch of Activision-published and Bungie-developed Destiny in September 2014 proved successful in a number of ways: year-to-date through September data it is the top-selling video game on a unit basis, making it the most successful launch of the year so far as well," wrote NPD analyst Liam Callahan. "But an even more prestigious feat was the fact that Destiny had the best launch month of all-time for any new IP in video game software." The list of top-selling games below only accounts for new, physical copies. You'll notice it shows Destiny sold better on Xbox One than it did on PS4, but there are two factors to keep in mind regarding something Sony said today. One is that any copies sold as part of the PS4 Destiny bundle are not counted (bundled software is never tracked by the NPD), and Sony's statement about PS4 being the top console for Destinynotes that it's true worldwide. The NPD list also combines sales of all platforms that a game is available on; if it did not, Hyrule Warriors(190,000 copies sold) would have made the top ten. Mario Kart 8 sold 60,000 copies during the month, bringing its total to more than 1.2 million. Destiny (XBO, PS4, 360, PS3) Madden NFL 15 (360, PS4, PS3, XBO) FIFA 15 (PS4, 360, PS3, XBO, Wii, PSV, 3DS) Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (3DS) Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor (PS4, XBO, PC) NHL 15 (PS4, XBO, 360, PS3) Minecraft (360, PS3) The Sims 4 (PC) Disney Infinity 2.0 (360, PS3, NWU, PS4, XBO) Diablo III: Reaper of Souls (PS4, 360, PS3, XBO, PC) UPDATE: In a follow-up statement, Microsoft offered the following quote regarding September NPDs: "We believe this will be one of our biggest holiday seasons ever. We're offering great Xbox One bundles aligned with the most anticipated game launches of the year, including Assassin's Creed Unity, Sunset Overdrive, and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, and incredible deals for fans. Combined with blockbusters like Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Grand Theft Auto 5, Destiny, and Forza Horizon 2, we are committed to making Xbox One a great place to play this holiday." Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  21. Polk Audio launches Striker ZX today through Best Buy and its own website. Audio product company Polk Audio today released a brand new Xbox One gaming headset called Striker ZX, which promises "audiophile-grade" sound quality. The headset will cost you $90, and you can buy one today at Best Buy or through the Polk Audio website. The Striker ZX uses proprietary technology to deliver a "wider and more impressive" frequency range with no strain or resonance. It also includes a "chat loop" feature that makes other players' voices emit through the headset, not out of the TV. In addition, the headset features a custom-made wireless adapter that connects from the headset to the Xbox One controller, with buttons to control chat features and volume. The Striker ZX also comes with a retractable, omnidirectional boom mic. The Striker ZX is Polk Audio's second headset for Xbox One. The company also offers a $130 over-ear "4 Shot" headset. You can read more about it at GameSpot sister site CNET. Looking ahead, Polk Audio says it will release a multiplatform console version of the headset--the Striker P1--sometime before the end of the year. You can see a gallery of Striker ZX images below. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  22. Raft of improvements includes smoother Snap Mode navigation, and new tools for quick access. A new system update for Xbox One has begun to roll out across Europe and the US, featuring new improvements across a range of apps and services. Microsoft has also published a video (above) showcasing many of the key changes that the update will introduce. A detailed list, written by the corporation, can be found below. New Snap and Friends functions - Stay in the game and in touch with your friends at the same time with improved Snap, SmartGlass and Achievements functions. Snap Updates – We’ve updated the Snap Center to include quick access to many of the things our fans wanted faster access to when playing a game – Friends, Messages, Game DVR, clock, and battery indicator – as well as making it easier to close and open new snap apps when playing a game. A double tap of the Xbox button on your controller will bring up a menu that allows you to open a new app in snap mode, close the current snapped app, or switch focus between your game and your running snapped app. Additionally, two apps have been optimized for Snap mode: Friends Snap App – Access your friends list without leaving the game. Quickly check your friends list to see who's online right now and take actions like send message, invite or join. Messages Snap App – You’ll be able to open, read and respond to messages in Snap mode, and messages will now be displayed in a threaded conversation view. Achievements App – Updated to enable sharing of achievements you've unlocked with captions, see a list of friends who have unlocked specific achievements, and an updated achievements Snap landing page that that shows Achievements on recently played games, when a gamer is not actively playing a game. Friends section – The new Friends section enables you to see at a glance what’s going on with your friends. You can stay up-to-date with their current activities, the most popular games your friends are playing, and a Gamerscore leaderboard to see who has improved their Gamerscore over the last 30 days. New SmartGlass features – You can now see a list of your top games in your profile. You can also see a list of your friend’s most popular games in the Friend's section of SmartGlass. Improvements for TV and video – We’re excited to roll out updates that will make your viewing experience better than ever on Xbox One, whether you want to watch TV or use SmartGlass as a universal remote. Media Player DLNA and MKV support – The latest version of the Media Player app will now have support for DLNA streaming. With this update, you will be able to easily access and play music, watch photo slideshows or movies stored on home media servers and devices that support the DLNA server protocols. Additionally, you will now be able to playback MKV files stored on a USB device or a device on your home network that supports DLNA streaming. Live TV MiniGuide – For markets where OneGuide is available, a new MiniGuide on the bottom of the screen will display details about the TV content that is currently playing. You can quickly change channels, see what’s on other channels, and tune to the previous channel or other recent channels. While watching TV, you can also launch Miniguide using voice, by saying “Xbox Select – MiniGuide†OneGuide in 11 new countries – Live TV listings and schedules will be made available to customers on Xbox One and SmartGlass for Belgium, Chile, Columbia, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Portugal, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland and Russia in the next few days. Internet TV Apps – Apps with live TV channels can now include their TV listings within OneGuide. In addition, other Xbox TV features such as channel changing using speech and Miniguide will work with these apps. These features are enabled automatically the first time you sign into a supported app. The first app to support this feature will be Zattoo with an upcoming content update for their app. The Zattoo app is available in Germany, Switzerland, Spain and Denmark. Universal Remote Control in SmartGlass – If you are in one of those 11 countries that are getting OneGuide TV listings, you will also be able use your mobile device to control your Xbox, TV, and/or Cable/Satellite box. Live TV initial setup experience – This update will enable you to select “On start, go to TV†for your Xbox One console. Additionally, you will be shown a one-time message highlighting this new capability, if you had previously setup Live TV or have not yet set “On start, go to TV†under Settings – Power & startup. Live TV Cable & Satellite Box auto-detection – In select markets the Live TV Setup experience is being improved by attempting to automatically detect the set-top box connected to the HDMI-In port on your Xbox One. New accessory and “hide†features – We are also excited to roll out a few other cool features this month: Updated Devices & Accessories page – To access the new page, go inside Settings, where you can Find, Assign, and Update Xbox One accessories. You can now more easily “assign†accessories to specific users, such as assigning a headset to a specific gamer. Firmware updates – You can update the firmware for an individual device. Find my Controller – You can also more easily find (or identify) a controller by making it vibrate. Hide Games and Apps on your console – You can now hide items in the “Ready to install†list under My Games and Apps. This is a per-console setting and items will reappear in the list if they are installed again from the Xbox Store. To access the shortcut to temporarily show “hidden†items, press X while holding down both triggers and it will show all hidden items until you exit My Games and Apps. Password resets just got better – We’re making it easier and more secure to reset your password and add protection to your accounts. Coming later this month, if you haven’t set up your security information already, we’ll ask you to provide an alternate email address or cell phone number to use if you ever need your password reset. You’ll only need to set this up once per account, and you won’t need it every time you sign in. To set up your account security go to and get more information at Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  23. Crowdfunding campaign for Chris Roberts' new PC space sim showing no signs of slowing down. Star Citizen, the upcoming PC space sim from Wing Commander creator Chris Roberts, is showing no signs of slowing down. Over the weekend, the game hit $57 and $58 million, which is up from the $56 million mark reached a week ago today. Funding currently stands at $58.3 million. In a statement on the game's website, Roberts wrote that reaching $58 million means that developer Cloud Imperium Games can "continue to support and expand Star Citizen." The $57 million and $58 million milestones were reached on the same weekend that Cloud Imperium Games held the second annual CitizenCon, a one-day community celebration of all-things Star Citizen in Los Angeles. The developer even showed off planetside gameplay for the first time during the show. Now that the $57 million milestone has been reached, players will have the opportunity to obtain the MISC Endeavor ship, described as a "most prestigious" vessel. Because Star Citizen hit $58 million so quickly, Cloud Imperium Games did not have enough time to prepare a stretch goal, the developer said. Fans aren't going empty-handed, however, as everyone who contributed to the campaign before $58 million will receive 10,000 UEC (Star Citizen's virtual currency) that they can spend on ship upgrades and other flair from the Voyager Direct Store. Roberts advised players to hold onto these credits as he said the studio will offer "some cool configurable weapons and other upgrades" for the game's Arena Commander mode soon. "10,000 UEC may not seem like a lot, but at this stage in the game it actually means we’re giving our backers several million dollars to outfit their ships!" he said. For more on Star Citizen and Roberts himself, check out part one and part two of GameSpot's interview with the legendary designer. [CORRECTION] An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported that all players who backed Star Citizen before $57 million would receive the MISC Endeavor ship. GameSpot regrets the error. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  24. Director says "asshats" get too caught up in resolution debate when the reality is that "gameplay trumps all." Ubisoft's upcoming open-world game Far Cry 4 is targeting 1080p resolution across Xbox One andPlayStation 4, the publisher confirmed today, following Twitter comments from director Alex Hutchinson. Even if the Xbox One and PS4 versions of Far Cry 4 end up running in different native resolutions, the differences will be negligible, he said. Asked by a fan on Twitter how the Xbox One version looks in comparison to the PS4 iteration, Hutchinsonsaid: "I would say identical but then some asshat would say a tree had one more leaf on xbone. So let's say I don't see a difference." Another fan asked Hutchinson why Ubisoft couldn't lower the resolution to in turn improve the frame rate. Hereplied: "Because then people would just complain about that." Like other Ubisoft developers before him, it doesn't sound like Hutchinson is too interested in engaging with the debate around resolution and frame rate. Overall, he said "gameplay trumps everything." GameSpot contacted Ubisoft for comment regarding the graphical benchmarks for the console versions of Far Cry 4 and received the following statement: "With more than a month left until the Far Cry 4 launch, the team continues to maximize the gameplay experience across all consoles, and PC," a representative said. "We have not yet locked the resolution as yet, but, as Alex Hutchinson notes, we are aiming for 1080p on all platforms, including PC (depending on the computer you have). We look forward to introducing fans to the world of Kyrat!" Hutchinson has kept busy answering Twitter questions about Far Cry 4 in the lead-up to the game's release next month. He also reveals that it will take you around 35 hours to finish the game. GameSpot recently went hands-on with Far Cry 4 to bring you the video you see above, where we outline some of animals you'll encounter in the game. Far Cry 4 is in development for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. The game launches on November 18 across all platforms, and the PS4 version has a special multiplayer perk. The game's release next month could be followed up with a Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon-style spinoff, too. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  25. Global pop superstars One Direction broke more records this weekend with the screening of their Where We Are Tour in cinemas across 78 countries in an unprecedented 3,400 screens worldwide. Arts Alliance worked with Sony Music, Syco, Modest! and producing partners Fulwell to bring One Direction ' Where We Are ' The Concert Film to the big screen and unite the world's biggest band with the biggest ever Event Cinema audience across one weekend. Over the weekend the film trended as the number one global topic on Twitter and early indications are that 1.2 million tickets will have been sold worldwide, making it the highest attended Event Cinema release of all time. This puts the film on course to smash previous Event Cinema records with an estimated $15m global weekend Box Office. With an international per screen average of $4,500, results around the world have shown the true pulling power of One Direction. North America Box Office will have generated an estimated $3.4m for the bank holiday weekend becoming one of the most successful Event Cinema releases across the region. UK & Ireland Box Office is estimated to hit $1.9m doubling previous Event Cinema records in Ireland & beating all previous UK concert genre Event Cinema releases. Records continued across other European territories. In Italy, the film is the number one Event Cinema release of all time, with $1.7m Box Office and 120,000 fans packing cinemas to a per-screen average of $6,000, topping the overall movie film charts that weekend. Portugal sold out cinemas in less than 3 hours with 33 screens generating over 16,000 ticket sales and a per-screen average over $6,200. Elsewhere, combined Latin America sales are expected to hit 300,000 tickets, breaking previous Event Cinema records in the region. Across the Middle East and Asia, records have also fallen with Japan breaking all time concert Event Cinema grosses with $835,000 Box Office across 107 sites and a spectacular per screen average of $7,800. Filmed live at Milan's iconic San Siro stadium on the Italian leg of their record-breaking 2014 tour, the film invited One Direction fans to experience the concert first-hand, featuring all of their biggest hits plus a 22 minute never-before-seen backstage interview. The film will be coming to DVD from 28th November 2014. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post