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A countdown website has been opened by Square Enix with the numbers set at 00:46:49. This page is hosted at the same web address as the company’s 10th anniversary teaser site that went live on April 1st. That date marks the 10-year anniversary of the merger between Squaresoft and Enix. The page states that Square Enix is currently working on a new site, and that the countdown will begin as soon as preparations are complete.
If you're thinking of getting an Xbox One, you might still want to hold on to Xbox 360; that is, if you want to continue playing what currently in your library. It has now been confirmed that the Xbox One will not be backwards compatible with any of the previous Xbox consoles.
Matt and Ryan watched the Xbox One presentation, and then discussed what they thought of all the TV, sports, and next-gen canines that were revealed.
Just as they did with the PlayStation 4, GameStop is now signing up Power Up Rewards gamers who want to pre-order the just announced Xbox One. GameStop attracted nearly 1 million gamers when they did this with the Playstation 4.
Playing used games is going to get a lot more complicated if you decide to move on up to the Xbox One. According to Wired, who got a chance to demo the console prior to today's reveal, every game you buy will have to be installed to the hard drive before you can play it.
Well, this Arkham situation just got a heck of a lot more confusing. During the Dallas Comic Con, veteran Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy announced that he would be appearing in a future installment of the Arkham series.
The theatrics are over (for now), but information regarding the Xbox One continues to flow. Microsoft President of Interactive Entertainment Business spoke to Geoff Keighley after the event, and stated that a new IP from Black Tusk will be revealed at E3.
There is some exciting news for Xbox fans and just flat out console lovers everywhere. During its Xbox reveal today, Microsoft confirmed that its new Xbox One console will hit stores worldwide later this year.