All Articles by Jez Corden

Critically-acclaimed 'What Remains of Edith Finch' is heading to Xbox One

Critically acclaimed "What Remains of Edith Finch" is heading to Xbox One on July 19th, 2017.

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HoloLens Actiongram is like Snapchat's augmented reality filters — but on steroids

HoloLens' Actiongram app lets you place holograms directly into your world.

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The Windows 10 Store for games shouldn't try and take on Steam, it should be something different

The Windows 10 Store has a games section, populated with quality PC games. But should Microsoft try and take on Steam? Here's why I don't think it should.

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Did you enjoy 'INSIDE'? You might want to check out 'Black The Fall' for Xbox One and PC

Did you enjoy Playdead Games' diabolical "INSIDE"? Square Enix's indie arm just released "Black The Fall," a dystopic puzzle platformer from Sand Sailor Studio.

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The Windows 10 Store 'Games' section has seen a few (positive) changes

Microsoft seems to be working to improve the quality of the Windows 10 game store, starting with some subtle, but positive changes!

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Xbox and Windows Store digital gifting is just around the corner

Microsoft is prioritizing digital gifting across both the Xbox and Windows Stores, and Xbox VP Mike Ybarra says the feature might not be far away!

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A look at Killer Instinct: TJ Combo Boxing, an unreleased Windows Phone game

We recently took a look at the canceled Windows Phone Xbox game "Eden Falls," but did you know Microsoft Studios was working on a mobile Killer Instinct spinoff too? Here's a peek at the game that never was.

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What is Kingdom Come: Deliverance for Xbox One and PC? Here's everything we know so far

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is coming in early 2018 for Xbox One and PC, and if you're a fan of medieval-style RPGs, it should definitely be on your radar.

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A critical look at HoloLens and the future of Windows Mixed Reality

For the past couple of weeks, we've been spending time with Microsoft's HoloLens, the world's first untethered augmented reality (AR) PC. The tech is incredible, but Microsoft's strategy may have killed the platform before it even launches.

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What does your dream Xbox setup look like?

If money was no object, how would you build the ultimate Xbox set up?

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A look at Microsoft's mysterious 'Eden Falls' game for Windows 8 phones, PCs, tablets, and Xbox

Ever heard of "Eden Falls?" Microsoft trademarked the name back in 2014 for Xbox, but nobody really knew what it was for. Today, we have some answers.

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The best games for Xbox One S HDR so far

HDR enhances the colors and contrast of a handful of great titles for Xbox One S consoles. But which are the best?

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Diablo III: Rise of the Necromancer for Xbox One review — Is the addition worth $15?

Diablo III just picked up a brand new DLC, breathing new life (or "unlife?") into the industry-leading action RPG. These are our thoughts.

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MGL 36 - Join us for some live Forza Horizon 3 and hey, you might win a copy! (Ended)

This week we're streaming Forza Horizon 3's Hot Wheels expansion, and will be giving away a copy of the game to one lucky viewer!

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Do you prefer physical or digital Xbox One games?

On the Windows Central forum, a debate is raging over whether or not digital games or disc-based games is king, where do you stand?

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LucidSound LS40 is a near-perfect headset for Xbox One and PC

LucidSound's LS40 is one of the greatest headsets we've ever used, but it has a few unfortunate shortcomings. Here's what you need to know.

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The Darwin Project delivers a hint of Hunger Games to Xbox One and Windows 10

At E3 2017, we went hands-on with The Darwin Project, an upcoming competitive action game for Xbox One and Windows 10. Here's what you need to know.

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Microsoft needs to get serious about mobile (now) or don't even bother

If Microsoft is rebooting Windows on phones yet again, it needs to get serious about it or not bother at all. This is why.

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Xbox head Phil Spencer says backwards compatibility is about preserving the art of games

In an interview with Time magazine, Xbox head Phil Spencer discussed some of their motivations for making backwards compatibility such a prevalent fixture of the Xbox feature set.

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E-Win Racing 'Calling' Gaming Chair review: Your back's new best friend

Whether you're gaming, working from home or sitting in an office, you might find yourself spending a stupid amount of time in a chair at a desk. If that sounds familiar, you NEED to check out E-Win's Racing Gaming Chair. It's practically perfect.

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